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Heidl Guest House
43 York Place
Perth
Perthshire

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The Heidl Guest house is a long established, 8 bedroom guesthouse situated in York Place close to the centre of Perth. The bus and railway stations are only a short walk or taxi ride away. York Place is part of Glasgow Road, one of the main routes into the city from the A9 and M90 motorways. A warm welcome, comfortable accommodation and a hearty breakfast await you at The Heidl. There is limited free parking and ample public car parks close by. Just 5 minutes walk takes you right into the centre, making further driving unnecessary. All our rooms are non-smoking and have complementary tray and colour TV. Internet access is available upon request. Eating out in Perth is a great experience. A wide variety of tastes are catered for. If you are looking for a top quality, award winning restaurant to celebrate that special occasion or like to sample a variety of international cuisine Perth has a great choice of each, most within easy walking distance of The Heidl. Also in the town centre there are a great variety of bars, many offering top quality food. Many people come to Scotland to trace their ancestral roots and Perth is one of the top locations, holding records unlocking the past of many families. The A K Bell library, also in York Place, and Register House in the High Street are centres of excellence with efficient, knowledgeable staff able to get amazing results at the click of a few computer buttons.

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