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Huntingtower Hotel
Crieff Road

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A traditional Perthshire country house hotel, the Huntingtower has a long established reputation as one of the areas principal hotels in Perth and is in a wonderful location, whether your stay is for business or pleasure, just a few minutes by car from the city of Perth.

Situated in heart of Perthshire golf country you will be able to access some 15 courses all within an hourís drive or less of Perth, including the world renowned courses at Gleneagles and the picturesque courses near Blairgowrie.

This fine country house has been restored to its former splendour and is set in six acres of magnificent landscaped gardens, complete with its meandering burn and the famous resident Huntingtower ducks.

Well known to residents and many visitors alike to the Perth and the Perthshire area, the hotel has a character and charm that attracts guests for Sunday lunch, fine dining, weddings and conferences but all underlined by high service standards making it a fine example of as one of Perthís best 4 star hotels.


Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Stars
AA 3 Stars
AA 1 Red Rosette
Number of Rooms: 34
Number Ensuite: 34

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Bed & Breakfast
Double: From £65 - £115
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Name: Glasshouse / Oak Room
Cuisine: Traditional
Chef: Stephen Newhouse
Awards: AA 1 Red Rosette

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Children Welcome
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Open All Year
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