Moor of Rannoch-Restaurant & Rooms

Rannoch Station, Perth and Kinross

‘The very-much-in-evidence hosts, Scott and Stephanie Meikle, have transformed this remote property into a “restaurant-with-(very-well-equipped-and-designed-)rooms”. More

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘The very-much-in-evidence hosts, Scott and Stephanie Meikle, have transformed this remote property’ into a ‘very well equipped and designed’ restaurant-with-rooms. Admirers this year were enchanted by this ‘excellent, small, remote hotel’ surrounded by uninhabited moorland and peat bog, where service is ‘professional and unobtrusive’. The hosts usher guests in with a warm welcome, ‘even extending dinner for an hour when my train was delayed’. A ‘modern, well-appointed bedroom’ had a king-size bed, fresh milk in the fridge and binoculars for wildlife viewing; also ‘a small decanter of local malt whisky, chocolates and Steph’s oatmeal biscuits’. In the ‘comfortable, airy and characterful public rooms’, guests enjoy a small Munro of books and board games. Dinner is ‘exceptional and reasonably priced’. The hostess/chef’s daily-
changing menus include seared Gartmorn duck, 
duck croquette, asparagus; almond cream, peach 
relish. A ‘generous’ breakfast is similarly ‘impressive’. 
Walkers setting out in the morning can ask for a packed lunch. ‘A special stay in a special place.’ (Stephen and Pauline Glover, Geoffrey Bignell)

Hotel details

Address

Rannoch Station
Perth and Kinross
PH17 2QA
Scotland

Telephone

01882 633238

Bedrooms

5.

Open

2nd week Feb–end Oct.

Facilities

lounge, bar, conservatory dining room, no Wi-Fi or TV, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

'welcomed in all areas of the hotel.'

Credit cards

Amex, MC, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B single £125, double £180. Set meal £42.