Good Hotel Guide Review
At the entrance to Glen Lyon and close to Loch Tay, this small country hotel in an old coaching inn is at the centre of an Arts and Crafts conservation village. The Fortingall Yew, believed to be over 3,000 years old (Britain’s most ancient tree), stands in the churchyard. Bedrooms are decorated in muted tones, with splashes of colour provided by the tartans and tweeds of local estates. ‘Our room was fresh and bright with an enormous bathroom. A decanter of whisky, coffee, shortbread were supplied.’ There’s a choice of dining area for chef David Dunn’s daily menus. ‘The venison loin and sirloin steak were particularly fine.’ A place to mingle, Ewe bar has live folk music on Friday nights. Walking, cycling, climbing, fishing and shooting on the doorstep.
Perth and Kinross
10. 2 in annexe.
bar, lounge, library, dining room, function room, wedding facilities, garden.
in restaurant, live fiddle music in bar on Friday nights.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B single £100, double £190–£230, D,B&B single £150, double £260–£300.