Killiecrankie Hotel

    ‘There is a wonderful balance of hospitality and efficiency at this long-established hotel,’ say regular Guide correspondents, of Henrietta Fergusson’s much-liked 19th-century dower house, at the entrance to the beautiful, wooded Pass of Killiecrankie. More

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    Killiecrankie Hotel
    Killiecrankie
    Perth and Kinross
    PH16 5LG
    Scotland
    01796 473220
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    Hotel information

    Bedrooms

    10. 2 on ground floor.

    Open

    18 Mar–3 Jan.

    Facilities

    sitting room, bar with conservatory, dining room, breakfast conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 4½-acre grounds (gardens, woodland), unsuitable for disabled.

    Background music

    none.

    Children

    all ages welcomed.

    Dogs

    allowed in some bedrooms, not in sitting or dining rooms.

    Credit cards

    Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

    Prices

    [2016] per room B&B from £200, D,B&B £140–£320. Set dinner £42. 1-night bookings sometimes refused weekends.

    Good Hotel Guide Review

    ‘There is a wonderful balance of hospitality and efficiency at this long-established hotel,’ say regular Guide correspondents, of Henrietta Fergusson’s much-liked 19th-century dower house, at the entrance to the beautiful, wooded Pass of Killiecrankie. ‘We visit every year – it has never failed us,’ other admirers agree in 2016. ‘The rooms are comfortable and well furnished, staff are friendly and helpful, the food is excellent.’ Summertime calls for cream teas in the ‘beautifully kept’ garden: ‘It’s a delightful setting, with a wonderful variety of bird life.’ Relax in refurbished, individually styled bedrooms made countryside-comfy with fresh flowers, Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy towels and good toiletries. A nice touch: beds are turned down at night. In the dining room, sample chef Mark Easton’s daily-changing menu, which makes inventive use of local produce and home-grown fruit and vegetables. Typical dishes: salad of locally cured gravadlax and crayfish; supreme of grouse, pommes Anna, savoy cabbage. ‘Well placed for local attractions.’ (Pauline and Stephen Glover, Alan and Edwina Williams))

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    Killiecrankie Hotel
    Killiecrankie
    Perth and Kinross
    PH16 5LG

    Guest comments

    'This has become a regular visit for us to our favorite Scottish hotel. This time we stayed in a deluxe room which was superb, beautifully furnished, lots of space, with a large and very comfortable bed. A significant change this year is the resident’s lounge, which has been newly extended and completely refurbished and is much improved. We continue to consider this an outstanding hotel ' - Alan & Edwina Williams - May, 2014
    'Henrietta is open-hearted. The food was excellent. Our room was fine. Fully deserves itd Cesar award. ' - John Gibbon - August, 2011
    'Can fully endorse current comments in GHG. It being Summer, we were able to take full advantage of the beautifully kept garden - a delightful setting for afternoon tea - and wonderful variety of bird life. The bedrooms are spacious, comfortable and well furnished, staff are friendly, helpful and efficient, and food is excellent. Apart from the quality of the accommodation, the hotel is well placed for easy access to local attractions, and walks, and the A9 for travellers continuing north or south.Overall a wonderful balance of hospitality and efficiency at this long-established gem of a hotel. ' - Pauline & Stephen Glover - February, 2017

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    Tourist attractions

    • Pitlochry

      A Victorian town in a beautiful setting in the Tummel Valley, surrounded by wooded hills.

    • Blair Castle

      View historical artefacts, including antique furniture, art, period dress and arms and armour.

    • Fortingall

      A picturesque village with thatched roof cottages.