Hotel Accommodation in Crieff

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Welcome to the Achray House Hotel and Self Catering Lodges, St Fillans on Loch Earn, Perthshire. Nestled on the banks of Loch Earn inside the boundaries of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Achray House is an ideal base to explore the many treasures of Scotland. The cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling are within easy reach as well as the famous smaller villages and towns such as Glen


Comrie is in the heart of scenic western Strathearn where the Scottish Highlands truly begin. Situated at the meeting of Glens Lednock and Artney within Strathearn. The Comrie Hotel is a family run hotel situated on the North Edge of the village beside the beautiful 9 hole Comrie golf course.


10-bedroom hotel situated in the town centre of Highland Crieff in the beautiful county of Perthshire All bedrooms have private access and are warm and attractive with tea, coffee, telephone, TV and hairdryer Other facilities include conference and event rooms from boardroom for 12 to 120 delegate The hotel lounge bar offers real ale and home-cooked food and is ideal for informal family dining or entertaining



Welcome to The Drummond Hotel Website and thank you for visiting. Drummond Hotel is a charming, traditional and comfortable Victorian Hotel which is full of character and situated in Scotland's First National Park. The Drummond Hotel has probably one of the best locations in Scotland, nestling on the peaceful shores of Loch Earn, with spectacular views of the surrounding Forests, Mountains and Glens.


A warm welcome awaits you at the Murraypark, a small, friendly hotel where personal service is assured. As soon as you enter the foyer, the decor and ambience will remind you of our rural location, and of the country pursuits you can enjoy during your stay. Hunting and fishing are distinctive themes in the Bar, where studying the various fish species on the wall as you relax by an open fire is possibly


In 1775 when Bonnie Prince Charlie was wandering the countries of Europe in exile, the Inn that was to become The Royal Hotel was built in the Highland Village of Comrie, on the site of an earlier tavern, in the area known as Strathearn. The area was no stranger to the Prince, and Comrie, originally Gaelic speaking, has played host to other larger than life figures including: Robert the Bruce, Rob


The hotel was built in the late 1700's to accommodate drovers and travellers who used the old drovers route which took them through Muthill on their way to the southern markets of Scotland. The hotel is ideally situated at the gateway to the highlands yet only 1 hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh and only 30 minutes from the provincial cities of Stirling and Perth. The village of Muthill is a picturesque


Crieff Hydro Hotel can offer a range of over 20 rooms types with something to suit everyone, from guests who prefer not to share to a family of 6 or even 7 people. To find the right accommodation to match your needs, use the Accommodation Selector on the menu bar at the top of each page. All Crieff Hydro's 213 en-suite bedrooms have been refurbished in the last few years to a good four-star hotel standard.

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