Tillicoultry (/ˌtɪliˈkuːtri/ TIL-ee-KOO-tree; Scottish Gaelic: Tulach Cultraidh, perhaps from older Gaelic Tullich-cul-tir, or "the mount/hill at the back of the country") is a town in Clackmannanshire, Scotland.
Restaurants in Tillicoultry
3.5 based on 38 reviews
Unique Shopping Destination at the foot of the Ochil Hills. Easily Accessible by car or bus.
We usually pop in here when we are in Scotland, and invariably spend loads of money. Good selection of shops, especially M &S which usually has lots of clothes at my ch reduced prices.
There are toilets at the shopping village which are very clean and well kept
5 based on 1 reviews
This is a well maintained cemetery with many old gravestones and memorial plinths .The world war 1 and 2 war memorial is on the right hand side of the gate entrance .A granite column with a women holding a wreath . This is encircled by 32 granite stones bearing names .The architect was George Henry Paulin.
4 based on 1 reviews
This clock stands in Murray square beside the roundabout with Dollar Road ,high Street and Moss road . If you travel to Tillicoultry it is hard to miss ,Standing on 4 legs it strikes an unusual look to the passer by . The clock used to adorn the Town Hall (demolished in the mid 1980s )The clock originally was adorned with a crown but was hit by lightning whenit was still on the town hall . The clock is listed as a category B building
4 based on 1 reviews
This Baptist Church is situated in Bank Street opposite Tillys Tearoom this is quite an outgoing church in the community. With plenty of activities for the congregation and outsiders . eg .Italian lessons ,craft groups and Womens buffets and Mens Breakfasts .Regular services........... 2 Halls and an an Annex are available for booking
3 based on 2 reviews
Petanque (or French Boules)courts. Up to 4 players x 2 courts - maximum 8 players at a time. Situated at rear of the Bistro at 3-4 Hill St, Tillicoultry. Free to customers of the bistro spending more than twenty pounds, but available to rent for those who only want to play boules. Ideal for family play. Staff can tell you how to play. Typically 20-30 mins per game.
We visited for a birthday meal, I booked the lobster and sea bass the day prior to the visit as requested.
Both of the starters were delicious and the main meals were outstanding, you must try the Japanese rice. Our Deserts were Japanese ice cream, the first time we had tried this and we were not disappointed, the service was great the staff and owners were available but not intrusive and we met the chef after the meal which was a very nice touch.
The restaurant has a nice contemporary feel and the whole experience was a great pleasure, we would highly recommend the new fusion style eating at Ballantyne 's Bistro. 10/10
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