Excellent host. Luxurious room and amenities. Great location with a wonderful view of a park.
Great place for a family of 4 to stay for a couple days in Perth.
Lovely hotel, city centre location close to shops, bars and resturants. The pillows could be better but over all say 9/10.
Very organised &clean all staff were welcoming & professional
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 ...
An ideal place to visit Perth and surrounding areas. Room was spacious, clean and quiet with on site parking. Nothing was too much trouble
Loved the garden an the outlook from the dining room. Would have been great if there had been a lift.
Interesting old building in center of town. Staff helpful but dining room not overly clean. Ample breakfast.
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 ...
Scotland is home to both unique cultural artefacts and a stunning landscape, which ranges from the snow-capped mountains in the Highlands to the United Kingdom’s largest forest park in Dumfries and Galloway. Wherever you decide to book your hotel, you are certain to have easy access to both natural splendour and historical attractions.
The region of Perth and Kinross is an especially unique part of the country; the administrative centre of Perth is a former national capital, and Scottish kings were crowned in nearby Scone Palace for centuries. These days, the city is also considered a major cultural centre, housing both top restaurants and entertainment venues.
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