Ijust loved this guest house. Warm, friendly and helpful owners. Beautifully decorated and comfotable Victorian home . Conveniently located and quiet. E,cellent breakfast.
Pleasant stay in Perth. Attention to shower is required.
Great location, lovely staff, great breakfast. Room interior a bit tired
Friendly place, comfortable bed, sat TV, WiFi, choccy biscuits, crisps, bottled water, tea, coffee, enough towels to sink a ship and a full cooked breakfast. What’s not to love. Being picky, could update the decor...but, with the cute welcoming teddy and Victorian breakfast room, it all seemed very ...
Welcoming and characterful reception and bar area with comfortable settees. Rooms clean and comfy beds. Furniture in rooms needs updating. Bathroom was adequate but bath and tiling in need of update. Wall tiles in our bathroom had been painted but it was a bad job. Breakfast was good and plenty of ...
Loved the garden an the outlook from the dining room. Would have been great if there had been a lift.
Property retains it's character. We stayed in room 212 which was a lovely room facing on to street outside. Passage of noise through windows was excessive despite all being closed. Hotel parking has changed from free to now chageable for every vehicle you have. Found staff to be pleasant and ...
Very organised &clean all staff were welcoming & professional
Lovely hotel, city centre location close to shops, bars and resturants. The pillows could be better but over all say 9/10.
The border region of the Highlands and Lowlands holds a complex and unique history, as it has been home to everything from battle to trade between the clans of the north and the ruling class of the Lowlands. Today, visitors don’t have to travel far from their hotels in the region of Perth and Kinross to get a taste of this history, be it at the Crieff Visitor Centre with its Highland Drovers Exhibition, or at the Birnam Oak, where the witches of Shakespeare’s Macbeth once prophesied a great battle.
The city of Perth is in fact a former capital of Scotland, and because of this holds much historical importance in its own right, including sites like Scone Palace, and Scone Abbey, both of which played roles in the ceremonial crowning of the country’s kings.
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Another important part of Perth’s history can be found at the Black Watch Regimental Museum, which is housed in Balhousie Castle, and tells the story of the iconic Black Watch Regiment that were deployed to prevent further violence following the Jacobite rebellions of the early 18th century.
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