Good Hotel Guide Review
Traditional as Burns Night and bannocks, the McMenemie family’s Victorian country house hotel stands in well-kept lawned gardens on the shores of Loch Faskally. Guests forget the hurry and scurry of modern life when they come for an ‘activity’ break, be it crossword or bridge, Scottish nature or music. Staff are ‘warm and friendly’. Most of the bedrooms have a loch view, with some in the sympathetically designed Tower Wing and modern Garden Wing extension. Single rooms are available. Your dog (or, indeed, your cat) is welcome to stay in your room but should not set paw in public rooms. From about 11 am every day, a sideboard is laid out with biscuits and flasks of tea and coffee, while home-made cakes arrive in the early afternoon. Binoculars are on hand for wildlife spotters, and there are books and nooks for a quiet read as well as jigsaws. At night, after sherry, long-serving chef Richard Murray’s menus include dishes such as Perthshire venison Wellington, or ‘delicious and succulent salmon’. ‘We very much enjoyed our stay,’ writes a reader, ‘and look forward to visiting again.’ (David Tattersall, and others)
Clunie Bridge Road
Perth and Kinross
51. 16 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
all year except Christmas.
2 lifts, lounge bar, main lounge, sun lounge, in-room TV (BT, Freeview), 3-acre garden, EV charging, public areas wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
all ages welcomed, under-3s free, extra bed £20–£30.
allowed in bedrooms (no charge), not in public rooms.
per person B&B from £100 (no supplement for singles). Set-price dinner £33–£40 (3/4 courses).
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Free Theatre Ticket Special Offer
Any guest staying for dinner bed and breakfast for four nights or more during the hotels high season, is each entitled to a complimentary Pitlochry Festival Theatre ticket. This ticket can be for ANY SHOW on ANY DATE, and can be for ANY PART of the auditorium. The 2023 High Season runs from Friday the 12th of May until Saturday the 28th of October. To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide.