The Green Park

On the banks of Loch Faskally, two generations of the McMenemie family run this much-liked Victorian hotel with ‘cheerful efficiency’ and an ‘informal, personable’ air. More

Contact details

The Green Park
Clunie Bridge Road
Pitlochry
Perth and Kinross
PH16 5JY
Scotland
01796 473248

Hotel information

Bedrooms

51. 13 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.

Open

all year except Christmas.

Facilities

2 lifts, 3 lounges, library, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 3-acre garden.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed, not in public rooms.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per person B&B £83–£93, D,B&B £94–£118. Set menus £25–£29.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

On the banks of Loch Faskally, two generations of the McMenemie family run this much-liked Victorian hotel with ‘cheerful efficiency’ and an ‘informal, personable’ air. ‘We loved the all-day spread of coffees, teas and home-made cakes, and later sherry, in the splendid lounges full of comfortable chairs.’ Idle with binoculars and a book of Scottish birds in one of the seating areas; pick up a map to the hotel’s many Scottish artworks: a lesson in art history awaits. Bedrooms are in the main house and several sympathetic extensions. ‘We were so pleased with our large room overlooking the immaculate front lawn and, just beyond, lovely Loch Faskally.’ At dinner, chef Chris Tamblin’s daily-changing Franco-Scottish menu is served ‘in substantial portions, with lashings of potatoes and vegetables’. (Earlier mealtimes, just as enthusiastically attended, are available for guests heading to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre.) In the morning, help yourself from three breakfast buffet tables carrying ‘the greatest range of choices we have ever seen’; an ‘ample variety’ of cooked dishes is served at the table. (AB)

Special offers

Free theatre ticket and transport

Guests staying four days or more ( on a dinner bed and breakfast basis during the hotel’s high season ) will each be entitled to a complimentary theatre ticket for a show of their own choice at Pitlochry’s renowned Festival Theatre. This complimentary ticket can be for any section of the auditorium, and the hotel will also arrange for complimentary transport both to the theatre and return to the hotel.

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10% discount voucher

This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.

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This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.

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Map

The Green Park
Clunie Bridge Road
Pitlochry
Perth and Kinross
PH16 5JY

Guest comments

'From the moment you pull up to this beautiful hotel, you are treated like royalty. Unlike most hotels you are personally shown to your room. The rooms are spacious and immaculately clean. Many lovely touches set this hotel apart. All the food is tasty and well presented. Lots if choice for both dinner and breakfast.The wine list is just amazing. ' - Patrick Gilliat - August, 2017
'The best of five hotels at which we stayed in Scotland. Our large room overlooked the immaculate front lawn to lovely Loch Faskally. The welcome was immaculate. You can go in to dinner when you want and sit wherever there may be an available table. Your choices are swiftly taken, and food soon arrives. If you want to slow the pace, you place the triangular table number on its end, and no one will disturb you until you put it back into a horizontal position. The food is not presented as cordon bleu, but the general ambience and cheerful service well compensate for that. The buffet breakfast and variety of hot food is ample, and again the lack of any pretentiousness is welcome. A well oiled machine. ' - Anthony Bradbury - June, 2016
'Initial impressions were that this wasn’t a typical GHG hotel; it seemed vast, with a great many guests, mostly elderly, many of them regular visitors. Our standard room was large and comfortable; the bathroom was excellent. We endorse the comments in the GHG on the personal service to guests, and their awesome attention to detail. The restaurant was enormous, with the choicest tables by the window in great demand, so you could end up in the centre of quite a large crowd of diners. However, the food was superb, the range of choices at breakfast was the greatest we have ever seen, and there was a new dinner menu every night. A surprising and impressive hotel. ' - Alan & Edwina Williams - July, 2013

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