Ballintaggart Farm in Perthshire has become known for its seasonal feasts, but is on the move for a one-off island edition.

On Sunday 25 August from 6.30pm, diners can look forward to a seafood feast followed by a slow lunch on Monday 26 from 1pm at Grasspoint on the Isle of Mull.

There are a few tickets left, priced at £75 for the feast and available here.

The team say: “We are thrilled to announce that our unique social dining experiences will be taking a road trip this summer and popping up on the magical Isle of Mull.

“For those who know us, and those who don’t, Mull captured our hearts and our spirits years ago while wild camping on Calgary Bay and now we have a wonderful chance to create a memorable, signature Ballintaggart feast experience, showcasing some of Mull’s outstanding local suppliers and incredible ocean larder.

“Set at Grass Point Barn and in collaboration with the Mull and Iona Food Trail ‘Moveable Feasts 2019’, join us to indulge in a sensational six course tasting menu or delicious 4 course lunch.”

Ballintaggart has been making waves on the foodie scene since it opened in 2016, and offers day-long and half day cookery classes in its on-site cook school.

The seasonal feasts have proved to be popular, and the accommodation (two double bedrooms on the farm, a self-catering cottage and the Grandtully Hotel) have received rave reviews.

 

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