Good Hotel Guide Review
In a Victorian fishing lodge on the Meikleour estate, owned by the same Franco-Scottish family since 1362, this friendly country inn benefits from a verdant woodland setting and a double-bank salmon beat on the River Tay. The dog-friendly pub and oak-beamed restaurant are airy spaces with modern rustic touches; a cheering wood-burner blazes between the two. Select a real ale, artisanal gin, one of more than 50 malts or the house Claret, before tucking in to classic dishes made with produce from the estate’s fields, forest and kitchen garden. Spacious bedrooms (some in outlying cottages) have a rural French ambience and a decanter of sherry. The record-breaking Meikleour Beech Hedge is close by.
Perth and Kinross
20. 9 in cottages by walled garden of Meikleour House, a short distance away. Plus 5 serviced cottages in converted stables.
residents’ lounge, pub, restaurant, private dining room, in-room TV, beer garden, large grounds and woodlands, 1.7-mile salmon fishing beat on river, restaurant wheelchair accessible.
all ages welcomed.
welcomed in ground-floor and cottage bedrooms, pub.
per room B&B single £75–£135, double £85–£145. À la carte £29.