If you're looking for something really special for your well-deserved short breaks or vacations in Scotland, have we got some fantastic Perthshire hotels for you!

Midweek breaks, weekend breaks, leisure breaks, romantic breaks, Christmas & New Year Breaks and lots more - with the emphasis on relaxation and rejuvenation in a great selection of destinations throughout Perthshire - at its most beautiful in autumn - very aptly described as 'Autumn Gold' - but stunning all throughout the year with colours changing as the seasons.

The Perthshire hotels and inns shown in this section offer a uniquely Scottish experience as well as specially priced packages and great special offers from time to time, season to season, to make your break or holiday in Perthshire easier on the pocket.

So do enjoy a look round the section to help you select your next stay in Perthshire. Choose our great hotels on the right for more information.

Aberfeldy Hotels

Returning north on the A826, Aberfeldy has been a popular touring centre for the past two centuries. The Birks are worth visiting and only require a short stroll from a car park on the A826 or a slightly longer walk from the town following the Moness Burn. The cool glades and waterfalls surrounding this small glen gave inspiration to the Bard and many after him. The town is busy throughout the summer but there is still the air of a rural village with little 'tourist' pressure evident. There are a fair amount of amenities such as cafes, restaurants, shops and accommodation but it is scaled down compared to other tourist parts.

Wades Bridge, a short stroll from the town centre, was designed by William Adam in 1733 and built by General Wade to carry troops north over the River Tay to suppress the warring Highlanders. It is perhaps the finest example of Wade's designs and a vital link in the network of roads that he created. Nearby is the Black Watch Monument and cairn, an imposing statue of a kilted soldier commemorating the formation of that Regiment in 1739.

Aberfeldy Distillery on the east side of Aberfeldy was founded in 1898 by the Dewar family and has a free visitor's reception and shop. There is also a pleasant Nature Trail over the burn supplying the distillery with its water. St Mary's Church is a few more miles east on the A827 - take the signposted farm road past Pitcairn Farm to the top of the hill. Inside is one of the best examples of seventeenth-century painted, wooden ceilings containing pastoral scenes from the local Stewart landowners period as well as biblical and heraldic designs that remain quite clear. Grandtully on the A827 between Aberfeldy and Ballinluig is known for its white water rapids and attracts canoeists and major competitions from all over the country. The rapids are said to be the fastest, natural white-water in the UK and it is a thrilling sight to watch the experts career through the narrow gates whilst negotiating fierce currents and eddies.

Blair Atholl Hotels

Blair Castle is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Scotland. And About 4 miles (6km) north of Blair Atholl and positioned just off the A9, is the House of Bruar, a new visitor centre which incorporates a Clan Museum and Wild Flower Garden Centre. It also provides a Scottish retail outlet par excellence. Here you can purchase almost all your gifts and Highland country wear at one stop. There is a magnificent Food Hall, Tartan and Tweed Hall, Cashmere Room and Countrywear Shop as well as many assorted gifts of a uniquely Scottish flavour.

The village of Blair Atholl is one of the last Perthshire outposts before going north through the Grampians at the Drumochter Pass. It is popular for holidays, hill-walking, hunting and fishing.

View our hotels in Blair Atholl:

Atholl Arms Hotel

A TRADITIONAL HIGHLAND HOTEL

Built in 1832, the Atholl Arms Hotel is a traditional Highland hotel which has built up a reputation for good food, comfort and friendly service.

The hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Blair Atholl, close to Blair Castle, one of the best known castles in Scotland. Edinburgh and Glasgow and the direct rail link from London make Blair Atholl easy to reach and the perfect base for touring central and highland Scotland.

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Scotland is a land of contrast - rugged mountains and tranquil glens - and nowhere is this more true than Blair Atholl. The mixture of relaxation and a variety of things to do - shooting, golf, fishing, pony trekking, walking and sightseeing - makes Blair Atholl an ideal location for holidays.

Our web site will provide you with much of the factual information you require, but it cannot convey either the warmth of the welcome or the relaxing, homely atmosphere we strive to maintain for the benefit of all of our guests and customers. Please do contact us if you require any further information, and we look forward to welcoming you when you visit ...

CONTACT DETAILS

To contact Atholl Arms Hotel:

The Atholl Arms Hotel
Blair Atholl Perthshire
Scotland PH18 5SG
Tel: 01796 481205

Email: hotel@athollarms.co.uk
Web: www.athollarms.co.uk

Blairgowrie Hotels

Blairgowrie lies at the heart of raspberry growing country and is also a main accommodation and facilities centre for the Glen Shee Ski Resort 24 miles (39km) to the north. Its fame as a soft fruit producer started in 1898 when a local resident decided to grow wild raspberries as a commercial crop.

Today, with its favourable soil and climate, it is the major raspberry-growing district in the British Isles. The town has a relaxed air with a selection of woollen mill outlets and pleasant cafes or ice cream shops. The tourist information outlet overlooks the main square.

Our recommended places to stay in or near Blairgowrie include:

TIGH NA LEIGH GUEST HOUSE

Tigh Na Leigh is a small guest house which is big on hospitality, great food and quality service. Formerly a Doctor's house in Victorian times, it has been extensively modernised to afford guests every comfort while retaining its original character. With only 5 letting bedrooms in the main house, we are able to give our guests every personal attention. A highlight is our fabulous Four Poster Bedroom.

Tigh na Leigh is open all year and is an ideal base both for individual travellers and small groups. We look forward to receiving your enquiry and welcoming you to gateway to the Angus Glens.

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BRIDGE OF CALLY HOTEL

A former 1800's Coaching Inn, lying in splendid seclusion in the beautiful glen leading up to Royal Deeside, Braemar and The Highlands of Scotland from Blairgowrie, (20 minutes away) The Bridge of Cally Hotel welcomes everyone with the warmth and hospitality of a true Scottish experience.

Personally owned and run. Refurbished a couple of years ago, the hotel retains many of its former features and now boasts eighteen delightful individual ensuite rooms (some on the ground floor). The bathrooms are bright fresh and modern. Plenty of hot water and lots of pressure ensures the showers are strong with most bathrooms having a shower over the bath offering guests either option. Large white fluffy towels and a selection of toiletries all help to develop the cosy atmosphere you will find at The Bridge of Cally Hotel.

A FINE SCOTTISH HOTEL

Our Conservatory which overlooks our garden and the River Ardle, has an informal atmosphere where we serve our all day A L'Carte menu and our evening specials menu. Sit in front of the wood burning stove, relax and enjoy the world going by. The Bridge Dining Room, a slightly more formal area which shares the same Conservatory and Specials menus, can also be used for private family gatherings, parties and small meetings. The cosy bar with its well stocked whisky shelf, offers an informal environment where a 'blether' with a local or fellow guest always generates a relaxing and interesting atmosphere!

The Bridge of Cally Hotel is an ideal location from which to explore many of Perthshire's interesting and varied attractions. Whether it is the Castles of Balmoral or Glamis, Scone Palace, or Blair Atholl, The Highland Games of the local Towns, walking or cycling within some of Scotland's finest scenery, following The Cateran Trail or just escaping from a hectic life style, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you. Edradour Distillery near Pitlochry is only a forty minute drive away. Rosemount, Alyth and Strathmore golf courses are only a twenty minute drive! Scotland's largest ski area, Glenshee, lies just 30 minutes to the north of the hotel. And Perth Racecourse is only a 30 minute drive away.

Nothing is more rewarding than really getting away from it all and relaxing. Bridge of Cally Hotel is a little oasis of comfort, a quite superb escape from a time-pressured world. Whether at the end of a long day walking, traversing down the slopes at Glenshee, spending the day in the river fishing, touring the countryside of Perthshire or just doing nothing! Relax and enjoy afternoon tea in front of the fire, read the paper and meet fellow guests, enjoy losing yourself in a book from our small library or just have a quiet rest.

Killin Hotels

RELAX IN AN ENCHANTED LOCATION

Simply unwind, enjoy the views or let us arrange a spa treatment, helping you to relax and make the most your stay.

The atmosphere inside is as good as the views are outside. Take time to experience the wonderful surroundings and enjoy the attentive friendly service.

Why not take a cruise, coming back to sundowners on our pier followed by log fires and small talk in the bar with the locals...

What Makes Perthshire Great!

Spectacular Big Tree Country

Exciting Outdoor Adventure Activities

The 'Fair City' of Perth

Taking in the region's breathtaking variety, from its serene glens and endless expanses of lush forest, to its bleakly beautiful moors, rushing rivers and tumbling waterfalls, it's impossible to argue with Sir Walter Scott. Perthshire's scenery is truly awe-inspiring.