Good Hotel Guide Review
Watch the osprey swoop over the water from this ‘likeable’ small hotel, which stands beside Loch Earn within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park – a ‘beautiful part of Perthshire’. ‘Quiet and peaceful’, up-to-date bedrooms are supplied with teas, a coffee machine, biscuits and Scottish-made toiletries; most of the rooms have ‘wonderful views’ over the loch. Deep sofas in the lounge invite guests to settle in; in the ‘lovely’ restaurant, Scottish ingredients (Isle of Mull scallops, Loch Duart salmon, etc) dot the à la carte and tasting menus. ‘The food at our dinner was delicious, well presented and unusual; the matched wines, interesting.’ Next day, an ‘enjoyable’ breakfast is ‘very good – all home-made or local’.
On Loch Earn
9. Plus self-catering cottage.
lounge, bar, conservatory, restaurant, in-room TV (Sky), civil wedding licence, terrace, large foreshore, electric car charging point, bar and restaurant wheelchair accessible.
in lobby, bar, restaurant.
‘not ideal for small children, but call to discuss’.
allowed in 5 bedrooms, conservatory, bar.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £79–£190. À la carte £35, tasting menu £49.