Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
The Meikleour Arms
2.1 miles away
In a Victorian fishing lodge on the Meikleour estate, owned by the same Franco-Scottish family since 1362, this characterful country inn benefits from a verdant woodland setting and a double-bank salmon beat on the River Tay.
‘After touring Scotland this was our favourite place, and we can’t wait to return,' a trusted reader writes of the Allen family's Victorian mansion, in woodland and parkland, with views over rolling fields to Marlee Loch.
In an elevated position, on a private no through road, with views over the pointy roofscape of Perth to the mountains, Claire Dingwall Slater and Alick Slater’s Arts and Crafts-style Victorian guest house enters the Guide this year with lavish praise from our inspectors.
‘A stately house with a fairly large garden, quite close to town’ is how John Stewart, founder of Pitlochry Festival Theatre, described this Victorian baronial mansion which in 1951 hosted the first performances in a marquee.