Located in the village square of Kinloch Rannoch, on the edge of Loch Rannoch and at the foot of the Schiehallion Mountain in the heart of Perthshire, this charming hotel offers a perfect blend of history and modern convenience. Here you'll find understated luxury designed with guest comfort at its heart in breathtaking surroundings.
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Luxury Country Getaway
From £85.22 pppn for a 7 night stay, to £97.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Deluxe suite and receive:
- A complimentary bottle of Grande Marque Champagne in your room on arrival
- Dinner for two each evening (£30 allowance pp)
- Full Scottish breakfast daily
- 1 pm lazy late check out
- Stay 3 nights+ and receive a complimentary packed lunch on one day, perfect for a day out exploring
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- Suite-style accommodation with mini kitchens within the rooms.
- An ideal base for exploring Perthshire.
- Great for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, fishing, golfing, and cycling, as well as sightseeing, on your doorstep.
- Stunning surroundings
- Sumptuous dining in Edina's Kitchen.
Loch Rannoch is remote! If you choose to drive, the journey from the A9 will get you in the mood with lots of stunning scenery. Our recommendation however is to get the train to the infamous Rannoch station, one of the most remote railway stations in the UK. For a nominal fee, the hotel will pick you up but be sure to book ahead.
How to find Dunalastair Hotel
1 The Square
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Edina's Kitchen is open daily from 8am to 9pm
Free car parking is available in the square outside the Hotel, however there are a limited number of spaces, so parking will be subject to availability.
Children under the age of 5 stay free of charge, cots are also provided without charge.
Children between ages 5 and 16 charged at £25 per night bed and breakfast.
All rooms have a sofa bed.
History of the hotel
As one of the longest-standing hotels in the Scottish Highlands, the history of the Dunalastair Hotel Suites is in many ways the very history of Kinloch Rannoch itself.
Dating back all the way to the late 1700s, this ancient and historic venue has stood at the heart of one of Scotland's most picturesque regions for over 200 years, during which it has grown and developed to meet the ever-evolving landscape which surrounds it.
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