7. 4 suites on ground floor.
6 Feb–19 Dec, New Year.
lounge/dining room, library, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 4½-acre grounds (lawns, woodland, fishing).
‘easy listening’ in dining room at mealtimes.
Diners, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B £110–£160, D,B&B (on selected nights) £170–£220.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Chill out’ and join the red squirrels, pheasants and partridges who call this leafy conservation village home. Up a long driveway, ‘ever-attentive’ hosts Ann and Alf Berry welcome guests to their modern B&B, in ‘beautiful, extensive gardens’ that stretch, languidly, to the River Tay. ‘All very relaxing.’ Step inside and slip into something more comfortable: guests are asked to take off their shoes in the house ‘for a homely environment’; slippers are provided. ‘Spacious’ bedrooms in the Arts and Crafts-style home are tastefully decorated in neat, neutral shades; each has a large bed, a flat-screen TV and top-end extras such as Scottish-made toiletries and a capsule coffee machine. Book a seat at the table for Ann Berry’s three-course dinners, served by candlelight on selected nights each week. Breakfast, which may be taken alfresco in good weather, is ‘wonderful’: try the locally smoked salmon and potato rösti, or home-made griddle pancakes. The B&B has brown trout fishing rights over a 125-metre stretch of the river; tee-timers have complimentary access to the Strathtay Golf Club, minutes away. (Richard Danzey)
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.