Best Accommodations in Perth and Kinross

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read more › About us: Located in the heart of The City of Perth, Scotland with stunning views over the River Tay! Idyllically located on the banks of the River Tay in the heart of Perth, The Royal George Hotel has been attracting guests to Scotland from around the world for over 240 years. Notable visitors have included Empress Eugenie and Queen Victoria, who made The Royal George Hotel her place of residence when she visited Perth in 1848. She was so impressed with its hospitality that The George Inn was renamed The
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read more › About Us: Taymouth Marina and the HotBox is a modern self-catering holiday resort nestled on the banks of Loch Tay at Kenmore, Perthshire. The accommodation offers a variety of stunning apartments with loch views and a lochside cottage. Most of the properties even have their own private hot tubs and several of the apartments are pet-friendly, for those who like to take their furry friends on holiday too. The HotBox is Scotland's first lochside sauna and is complimented by an inviting outdoor firepit and the
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read more › About: We're just a short hop from the picture perfect village of Dunkeld, right at the top of the Hermitage, above Rumbling Bridge. The Hermitage is a very popular walk and the number one thing to do in Dunkeld on Tripadvisor. When you arrive at Kennacoil, there's one thing that will immediately hit you: The silence. If you're looking for a relaxing getaway in one of Scotland's most beautiful regions, then we have what you're after. Of course, not everyone wants to chill out and relax for their entire
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read more › About Us: The Green Hotel Golf and Leisure Resort is situated in the peaceful town of Kinross, surrounded by 5000 acres of beautiful Perthshire countryside. Ideally located within central Scotland, Edinburgh and Perth are just a short 30 minute drive away with motorway access all the way to Kinross. Dating back to the 18th Century, The Green was originally a traditional coaching inn, with the stage coaches which ran between nearby Queensferry and Perth changing horse's right here at The Green. Nowadays of
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read more › About Us: We aim to be the most rewarding luxury self-catering experience in Perthshire, where contemporary standards and modern comforts blend seamlessly with traditional values. We have won award for our outstanding levels of service and beautiful holiday homes. Mains of Taymouth has gone through a remarkable transition over recent years, and now offers the experience of a wonderful selection of luxury self-catering cottages, lodges and houses, whilst retaining the atmosphere of a country retreat. Mains
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read more › About Ivybank Lodge: Owners Gary and Nigel extend a genuine, warm welcome and invite you to feel completely relaxed, comfortable and at home during your stay. We are passionate about ensuring that all guests have the best possible experience and are on hand with advice and helpful tips to get the most out of your visit to beautiful Perthshire. Built in 1850, Ivybank Lodge is a magnificently restored, stone-built Victorian villa set in an acre of mature gardens. Traditional period features blend seamlessly with contemporary
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read more › About us: Part of the Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels since 1999, Murrypark Hotel is located in the vibrant town of Crieff in Perthshire. With 21 comfy and cosy en-suite bedrooms, our warm home from home feel and friendly welcome from Lynne, Alicja and Tomasz; you're guaranteed a great stay. Don't worry, we're a dog friendly hotel so your four-legged friend can join you on your holiday too. We've listened to our customers feedback and have removed the bunk beds in eight of our bedrooms to create more couple
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read more › About: We'd love to welcome you to our stylish rooms and courtyard studios in Birnam, Dunkeld - Gateway to the Highlands. Birnam originates from the Victorian era with the coming of the railway in 1856. Originally the end of the line, many well to do Victorians took their holidays in the area including Beatrix Potter. The Merryburn was built as an emporium of significance with wonderful owners accommodation above. The shop operated until the late 1960's when the building was converted to a hotel. In 2007
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read more › Team: We have a fantastic team at The Old Mill Inn. Each member of staff plays a vital role in our business and as owners we work hard to hand pick the right people for each position. We have a mix of local and international staff from around the globe. Each team member has been recruited to provide exactly the right mix of characters, skill, humour and knowledgeability whilst at the same time providing exemplary customer service and that all important "extra mile" that makes our business stand out from
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read more › About Us: Our guesthouse is right on the main street of the historic, bustling town of Auchterarder, 'The Lang Toon' as it's famously known. Within just a few hundred yards you'll find an astonishing selection of fashion and high quality dress shops - plus gift shops, bistros, antiques, traditional tea shops, restaurants, pubs and caf bars. Several excellent eating places for lunch or dinner specialise in a variety of freshly home-made dishes from local fare. But while Auchterarder is lively and busy during
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read more › Scotland History: You can move up and down the timeline using the date bands: the bottom band moves you along centuries quickly and the middle bank moves along decades. Our ongoing history of Scotland that chronicles the events in Scotland over the past million years with a special focus on the last thousand as you might expect. We have also digitised a copy of Patrick Tytler's History of Scotland which is an eccentric but wonderfully written history of the the mediaeval years in Scotland. The project of chronicling
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read more › About: Meikleour Estate, established in the 12th century, is a dynamic diversified family business which has been supporting its local community for generations. From luxury cottages to state of the art farming, from office rental to award winning restaurant, from salmon fishing to biomass supplier, we are proud to be an enterprising place to work as well as an idyllic holiday destination in Scotland. The Mercers of Perth, merchants of early medieval French origin, acquired the barony Meikleour in 1162
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read more › About the Bankfoot Inn: Getting to our hotel is easy as the two main cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are only about 45 miles away. Our hotel is open all year round. We cater for all and welcome fishers, hikers and cyclists looking to enjoy the area. We also welcome motorcyclists, and motorbikes can be secured off the road. We are Dog Friendly and your pets are welcome to stay overnight. If there is anything we can help you with in planning your stay with us, please feel free to contact us. The Bankfoot Inn has six comfortable
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read more › History: Tigh Na Cloich sits on a former Historic Lookout Point of an old Roman encampment on the banks of the river Tay in Pitlochry, and is the very essence of Pitlochry History. The Tigh Na Cloich Hotel occupies the site of a large rock which was removed by blasting when the original house was built in 1879. The name of this essentially Victorian town Pitlochry is a corruption of the Gaelic: Pit-Cloich- Aire and means 'Place by the sentinel stone' and is believed to be associated with the pics 2000 years
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read more › About: Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard is privately owned by husband and wife team Calum & Jane MacLellan. Our home from home approach, in every area of your stay with us, charms customers from far and wide. We're relaxed and informal but still maintain meticulous 4 star standards and pay careful attention to the detail which elevates our guests' stay from just pleasant to outstanding. Our ethos at Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard is simple: we want you to have a wonderful memorable stay, leave relaxed and replenished
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read more › About us: Discover the magnificence of the Highlands of Scotland, from this traditional Victorian highland home, Annslea, in the heart of the historic town of Pitlochry. With a warm Scottish welcome, this family owned and run bed and breakfast opens its doors to guests from around the world to experience the charms of this beautiful region. Relax in any of the five comfortable en-suite guest bedrooms, and you will feel right at home straight away. Carefully created to make you feel at your ease, with full
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