The impressive Victorian mansion was built in the 1830 s, commissioned by sir William Olgilvy who on his return from Waterloo chose Loyal Hillas the site for this magnificent home. This country house was transformed into a very prominent hotel in the heart of Scotland in 1945. The hall is modeled on one of the magnificent lounges from the famous steamship.the Mauritania.and has warmed, welcomed and comforted its guests in the same unique way as in the days of Sir William Ogilvy himself.
Positioned on the banks of the River Tay, this former coaching inn offers comfortable, modern accommodation, Free Wi-Fi, Free parking and a popular on-site restaurant. Comfortable and modernised en suite bedrooms offer a range of facilities, including TV, radio, telephone, hairdryer, trouser press and tea/coffee facilities. Budget rooms can also be found in the adjacent annex, perfect for groups, backpackers and hikers.The Woodland Bistro offers innovative menus which change on a daily basis, with meals prepared using the finest local produce.
The Meikleour Arms is a unique small country hotel in Perthshire, at the heart of the conservation village of Meikleour, internationally renowned for its spectacular trees and great salmon fishing while only a short distance away from Perth, Scone Palace and Dunkeld. Built in 1820, it is owned and run by Meikleour Estate, one of the oldest historical estates in East Scotland. The 9 spacious bedrooms and 4 stylish hotel cottages are ideal whether you are looking for a relaxing family holiday, an escape to the country or a sporting trip.
Discover a highland escape at Dunkeld House Hotel. Once the summer residence of the Dukes of Atholl, the hotel is idyllically set on the banks of the River Tay in the heart of Perthshire s Big Tree Country. Located in the charming town of Dunkeld, just an hour s drive from Scotland s main cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow this country house hotel combines scenic seclusion with excellent proximity to local attractions.
Originally built as a Coaching Inn, and as the Village s principal Coffee House, by James Sandy in 1772, the Alyth Hotel sits in the Market Square of the picturesqe Highland Village of Alyth, just North of Blairgowrie.Situated above the fertile Strathmore Glen, the hotel is the ideal centre from which to tour the beauty spots of Perthshire, Angus and the Grampian Highlands.
Welcome to the Losset Inn Public House, the friendliest traditional Scottish pub in Scotland.according to some of our guests..Our beautiful and historic family run Inn is set in the ancient village of Alyth at the heart of Strathmore Vale. Lying in the shadows of the sixth century Auld Arches, The Losset (or Creel ) has been a warm and welcoming haven for travellers and indeed Drovers since 1760.
A small family run Hotel in rural Perthshire close to town of Blairgowrie. Popular with skiers, fishermen, tourists and country sports enthusiasts. A warm welcome awaits all.