7. 4 suites on ground floor.
6 Feb–20 Dec, 28 Dec–New Year.
lounge/dining room, library, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 4½-acre grounds (lawns, woodland, fishing), access to nearby golf course.
‘easy listening’ in dining room at mealtimes.
not under 12.
Diners, MasterCard, Visa.
per room B&B £110–£160, D,B&B (on selected nights) £170–£220. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The River Tay flows by wooded grounds awash with bluebells in springtime, at Ann and Alf Berry’s modern B&B, in a pretty conservation village. Kick off your shoes on arrival and step into the slippers provided. ‘Comfortable, spacious’ bedrooms are light and airy in pale shades, and have views of the garden stretching down to the water. They vary in size – a ground-floor suite has a separate lounge and dressing room, while another has a private deck – but even the smaller rooms have seating space and are well supplied with a mini-fridge, a capsule coffee machine and Scottish toiletries. ‘Book dinner if you can’: on selected nights, guests may bring wine and sit down to a candlelit three-course meal cooked by the hostess. (The Berrys are helpful with reservations at local restaurants on other evenings.) In the morning, a ‘wonderful’ breakfast is best enjoyed alfresco, while watching red squirrels cavorting. Among the many choices on the menu: Dunkeld smoked salmon, potato rösti, griddled pancakes and French toast with crispy bacon. At tee-time, head for the Strathtay Golf Club, minutes away (B&B guests have complimentary access). (RD)
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