Hotels in Perthshire

Falls of Dochart Inn, Killin
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Falls of Dochart Inn    Killin

Spectacularly located overlooking the Falls of Dochart at the entrance to the village of Killin. Single, Double, Twin and Family rooms. Single and three bedroom cottages. Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. On the Rob Roy Way so no need to trek through the village looking for your accommodation and back tracking next day. Live music every Saturday. Receive a complementary half pint of Real Ale after sumitting Ben Lawers (Sponsored by Fyne Ales). Bring us photographic proof and we will put you in our gallery.

Murraypark Hotel, Crieff
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Murraypark Hotel    Crieff

Make yourself at home. A break at Perthshire's three-star Murraypark Hotel is like staying with close friends. In fact, the team of Lynne, Zoe and Alicja pride themselves on creating a real home from home. Only an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh, The Murraypark is the perfect base for exploring the local area.

The Kirkmichael Hotel, Kirkmichael
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Kirkmichael Hotel    Kirkmichael

Five spacious, well appointed, en-suite rooms offer a warm welcome after a day walking part of the popular 65 mile Cateran Trail. Also budget accommodation available with shared bathroom facilities for a budget price. The vibrant Kirky Bar invites you to enjoy our wide variety of beers, spirits and the finest selection of Malt Whiskys. We offer complimentary drying facilities for your ski or walking equipment. Wide range of menu available from 12 till 9pm. For further information on bookings please contact us via the website, email or telephone.

Crieff Hydro Hotel, Crieff
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Crieff Hydro Hotel    Crieff

Whether it's a leisurely stroll with the family around our 900 acre estate, bagging a Munro (Ben Chonzie is just 12 miles away) or exploring the wider Perthshire area, Crieff Hydro offers an ideal base-camp for walking trips. Comfortable beds, crisp linen and fluffy towels await at the end of a long day's walking. Choose to unwind in the Victorian Spa complete with jacuzzi, sauna or pool, and enjoy a hearty meal in one of our six eating places. Did you know we've over 60 activities available on-site too?

Knockendarroch House Hotel, Pitlochry
No pets Wifi / broadband

Knockendarroch House Hotel    Pitlochry

Contemporary country house style in a quiet, elevated position in central Pitlochry. Stunning panoramic views of Highland Perthshire. 12 en-suite bedrooms. Comfortable guest lounges with log fires. Fine dining in our AA two rosette restaurant. Great access to the Perthshire hills, Cairngorms, Rob Roy Way and Cateran Trail. Wet boots and clothes can be dried. Free wifi throughout.

The Lodge at Perth Racecourse, near Perth
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Lodge at Perth Racecourse    near Perth

The Lodge at Perth Racecourse is an ideal stopping off point for walkers heading to the Munros and Corbetts in north east Scotland. The convenience of a budget hotel, outside Perth, with easy parking and close to the A93 set amongst the stunning parkland of Scone Palace along with lower level walks along the Tay or the more challenging Kinnoull Hill. Full drying facilities available. Great restaurant and bar and 26 fully kitted en-suite bedrooms.

Bankfoot Inn, Bankfoot, near Perth
Wifi / broadband

Bankfoot Inn    Bankfoot, near Perth

We're a small, family-run hotel, located in the village of Bankfoot, between Dunkeld and Perth, in the heart of Perthshire. Ideally placed as a base for short breaks and longer stays, allowing you a convenient base to explore Perthshire and the nearby towns of Perth and Dunkeld.

The Bankfoot Inn is just 45 miles from the two main airports and we are a short drive to Pitlochry.

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