Overlooking Pitlochry in the Scottish Highlands with views of Ben-y-Vrackie and the Tummel Valley this historic hotel is the ideal base for exploring the Scottish Highlands. Relax in the chandelier-lit lounges with log fires, sample a local whisky, stroll around the spectacular gardens and museum, or take a dip in the indoor pool.
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5 Special Offers for this hotel.
There are 5 special offers to choose from for this hotel.
Stay in a Standard Double room and receive:
- A complimentary bottle of chilled Prosecco in your room on arrival
- 3 course table d'hote dinner for two each night (value £33 pp)
- 20% off wines by the bottle ordered with dinner
- Full Scottish breakfast daily
- Noon late check out (in the months of May to September this is subject to availability, please enquire on check in)
- Stay 3 nights+ and receive a comp £30 spa voucher per room per stay
- Please refer to the coronavirus tab on our website for the latest information on spa opening.
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- 4* rated luxury hotel
- Unique on-site museum
- Award-winning gardens
- All-weather tennis courts and 9 hole pitch and put
- Individually designed luxurious bedrooms
- Dine in the Verndah Restaurant
Four Poster Bed
Golf Course Nearby
Internet Connection in Rooms
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Breakfast: 7.30am-10am daily
Lunch: 12.30 - 5pm daily
Afternoon Tea: 12.30pm and 5pm daily
Dinner: 6pm until 9pm every evening.
Complimentary onsite parking
There are 2 accessible rooms
Children are welcome, the charge is £35 per child per night including dinner. Child friendly rooms are subject to availability, please call out team to check availability
Children Swim Times
The swimming pool is open from 7am through to 9pm during the week and until 7pm on the weekend. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
History of the hotel
The hotel's unique and fascinating history began in the middle of the 19th Century when popularity of both Scotland as a holiday and health destination grew amongst Victorians.
In 2001, the most extensive refurbishment of the hotel began.Over the course of a decade, locked away rooms and buildings were uncovered and restored including the historic Victorian spa and Turkish baths in the lower ground floor and the art deco building ‘Highways' . New and old gardens were carefully cultivated to award winning standards.
In 2005 the Atholl Palace Museum opened within the hotel. It was the largest of its kind in the UK, celebrating the rich history and architectural heritage of the hotel.
Unfortunately no dogs are allowed
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