Beautiful views, attentive staff, lots of “old world charm”.
Great place to stay. Great host... very comfortable room, beautiful B&B, highly recommend.
Superb dining was offered at both breakfast and dinner wide range of excellent gins and whisky. Only downside was lack of window screens during a bout of hot weather. Would stay here again
Everything location view hotel pitlochry things to do and see
My wife and I had a fantastic one night stay Staff couldn’t be more friendly and helpful We had a meal in the restaurant Highly recommend the steaks !! Will Definately return
Hotel was built a few hundred years ago. It makes it unique and interesting but it has been updated and is quite modern inside, the best of both worlds. I jokingly asked the owner if the restaurant was the best place to eat in town and he of course said yes, but the food was by far the best food ...
The hospitality of all the staff was outstanding. Very helpful and friendly. The food was very good and the view all round was excellent.
Building a bit tired looking but in the process of being refurbished
friendly staff did all the could tp make my stay pleasant Breakfast was plentiful and a variety even though the hotel was full it didn't seem that way Bar and bar food was excelent
Scotland is famous for its centuries-old production of the world’s finest single malt whiskies, and each year tourist flock from all over the world to reserve their hotels at a number of important stops along the Scottish Malt Whisky Trail. Like so many other fine beverages, the taste and style of whisky varies from one distillery to the next; a fine dram can be found in every region of the country, from Talisker on the Isle of Skye to Glenkichie just a short trip from the capital city, Edinburgh.
Founded in 1825, Edradour Distillery is a small-batch fine Scotch whisky producer that makes only eighteen casks per week. Their water source is from Ben Vrackie springs in the Highlands, which is used to produce unique combinations, including the "House of Lords" and "Clan Campbell" blends. Visitors can enjoy a tour of this long-standing Perthshire distillery, which includes two drams and a nosing glass.
The nearby city of Perth is another excellent destination for those interested in the food culture of Scotland, as it is known as one of the country’s best culinary destinations. To start planning a taste-packed tour of Scotland, simply use the Expedia search tool now.
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