Best luxury and boutique hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Perth and Kinross

Perth and Kinross is in the heart of Scotland – where you’ll find real hospitality, clear sparkling air, beautiful scenery, rich clan history, fine food, plenty of space and lots to see and do. From the Cairngorms National Park in the north to beyond the bustling city of Perth, on the banks of the River Tay, in the south this area has much to do.

Fill your days with trips to historic whisky distilleries, leisurely walks in ancient woodlands and adventurous outdoor activities. Sample the delicious local food and drink, explore romantic castles, visit wonderful museums and art galleries and discover an eclectic music scene. Don’t forget to see the Queen’s View – a famous vantage point along Loch Tummel which shows off Scotland’s beauty at its best. 

Choose from isloated accommodation such as the welcoming Rannoch Moor Hotel to get a taste of wild Scotland or enjoy the tourist attractions at Pitlochry by staying at Dalshian House, The Green Park or Craigatin House.

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Hotels in Perth and Kinross

  • Kinloch House, BLAIRGOWRIE, Perth and Kinross

    ‘A wonderfully relaxed place to stay,’ says a visitor this year to the Allen family’s creeper-clad Victorian country house hotel (Relais & Châteaux) in the Perthshire

  • The Green Park, PITLOCHRY, Perth and Kinross

    In a prime position on the banks of Loch Faskally, close to Pitlochry golf course, this traditional hotel is run by two generations of the McMenemie family. The original house was built for sisters

  • The Parklands, PERTH, Perth and Kinross

    A short walk from the town centre, this Victorian stone-built house stands in lovely terraced gardens overlooking South Inch Park. Penny and Scott Edwards, the owners, have refurbished it with a

  • Sunbank House, PERTH, Perth and Kinross

    Overlooking the River Tay and the city, this traditionally furnished hotel is in a Victorian house in large landscaped gardens on the outskirts of town. Within easy walking distance of shops,

  • Killiecrankie Hotel, KILLIECRANKIE, Perth and Kinross

    ‘Outstanding: our favourite Scottish hotel.’ Henrietta Fergusson’s whitewashed 19th-century dower house in wooded grounds at the entrance to the Pass of Killiecrankie has long been popular with Guide

  • Craigatin House and Courtyard, PITLOCHRY, Perth and Kinross

    When Martin and Andrea Anderson came from London in June 2007 to this stone-built Victorian house in a wooded location, it was as paying guests. They planned to use it as a base from which to scout

  • Creagan House, STRATHYRE, Perth and Kinross

    ‘A delightful place to stay’, Gordon and Cherry Gunn’s restaurant-with-rooms is housed in an ‘intriguing’ building, an extended 17th-century farmhouse where the 1970s dining room is styled as if it

  • Pine Trees, PITLOCHRY, Perth and Kinross

    A short walk from town, Valerie and Robert Kerr’s ‘beautiful’ Victorian hillside mansion is set in spacious grounds where roe deer and red squirrels roam amid the pine trees. ‘Warm and welcoming’

  • Barley Bree, MUTHILL, Perth and Kinross

    Husband-and-wife team Alison and Fabrice Bouteloup have done ‘a wonderful job’ converting an early 19th-century coaching inn, in this conservation village (pronounced ‘Mew-thil’), to an award-winning

  • East Haugh House, PITLOCHRY, Perth and Kinross

    The McGown family’s friendly small hotel is in a turreted stone house set in two acres of gardens in a village near Pitlochry. Outdoorsy visitors may fish for salmon and trout on the River Tay (the

  • The Tormaukin Hotel, GLENDEVON, Perth and Kinross

    In peaceful Perthshire countryside, David and Lesley Morby’s refurbished 18th-century drovers’ inn has easy access to fly fishing sites and the Glendevon Reservoir Walks. Public rooms have open fires

  • Dalshian House, PITLOCHRY, Perth and Kinross

    The sign board at the foot of the private drive to this 18th-century house promises ‘genuine Scottish hospitality’; recent visitors concur. ‘A lovely stay’, ‘warm, friendly’, ‘home baking’, ‘extremely

  • Ballathie House, KINCLAVEN, Perth and Kinross

    Approached up a long wooded drive, the Milligan family’s ‘impressive’ 19th-century house is in ‘fabulous’ grounds on the west bank of the River Tay. A ‘marvellous’ Scottish country house hotel, it has

  • Moor of Rannoch Hotel, RANNOCH STATION, Perth and Kinross

    In a village on the West Highland railway line, Scott Meikle and Stephanie Graham’s ‘beautifully remote hotel’ stands at the end of the road on the edge of a moorland wilderness. The absence of

  • Poppies Hotel and Restaurant, CALLANDER, Perth and Kinross

    Facing west towards the River Teith and distant hills in a ‘beautiful and accessible’ area, this modernised Victorian mansion is run as a small hotel and restaurant by the owners, John and Susan

  • Knockendarroch Hotel & Restaurant, PITLOCHRY, Perth and Kinross

    Experienced hoteliers Struan and Louise Lothian have created ‘a feeling of friendliness’ at this small hotel. A Victorian stone mansion with baronial entrance tower on a quiet street, it