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Dunkeld House Hotel

Dunkeld House Hotel

4.1 of 5 • 327 reviews
Dunkeld
£74
Atholl Arms Hotel

Atholl Arms Hotel

4.1 of 5 • 33 reviews
Dunkeld
£66
Royal Dunkeld

Royal Dunkeld

4.2 of 5 • 11 reviews
Dunkeld
£74
Letter Farm Bed and Breakfast

Letter Farm Bed and Breakfast

4.5 of 5 • 2 reviews
Dunkeld
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Red Brolly Inn

Red Brolly Inn

4.1 of 5 • 71 reviews
Ballyoukan
£45
Fendoch Guest House

Fendoch Guest House

5 of 5 • 7 reviews
Dunkeld
£58
Hollyburn House

Hollyburn House

4.9 of 5 • 77 reviews
Perth
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The Bankfoot Inn

The Bankfoot Inn

4.1 of 5 • 42 reviews
Perth
£58
Moness Resort

Moness Resort

4.3 of 5 • 249 reviews
Pitlochry
£58
The Inn On The Tay

The Inn On The Tay

4.7 of 5 • 9 reviews
Pitlochry
£92

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Book a Hotel in Dunkeld along the River Tay

Just a short drive north of the area’s capital of Perth, along the banks of the River Tay, sits the quaint town of Dunkeld. Home to The Hermitage, this a National Trust for Scotland site consists of a number of interesting buildings, set amongst the beautiful Craigvinean Forest. These include Ossian’s Cave and Ossian’s Hall.

To begin planning your visit to the region of Perth and Kinross and to research the different hotels and activities in the region, simply use the Expedia search tool now, and you’ll soon be discovering the rich history of this important part of Scotland.

Explore Perth & Kinross from Your Hotel in Dunkeld

From your Dunkeld hotel you can explore further afield and take in the incredible countryside of this region, Perth and Kinross. The region is marked in many ways by its natural features, which include the River Tay, the waters of Loch Leven, and the foothills of the Scottish Highlands. On top of this serene landscape, the region is also home to a number of important landmarks that include the likes of Blair Castle and Castle Campbell. There’s also the site of Scone Abbey, the former home of the Stone of Scone. This famous accessory was used during Scottish coronations and you can also find a replica of it here.

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