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Inns in Blairgowrie

Glenisla Hotel
Blairgowrie
Perthshire

PH11 8PH | View map
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Angus Glens - Heart of Scotland.
Our aim is to offer you comfortable, enjoyable surroundings with excellent food, in this magnificent part of Scotland. The Inn and restaurant is conveniently located for all country sports. Recently renovated and refurbished to a high standard, retaining in full the charm of its original character. An Old Coaching Inn. Our Scottish country Hotel is located in beautiful quiet countryside from where you can visit Castles and distilleries, enjoy bird watching, horse riding / trekking, excellent loch and river fishing, ski cross country. Discover many pleasant walks in the Angus Glens and all country pursuits. Near to Glenshee for hill walking, downhill skiing and boarding. Visit Braemar and tour Royal Deeside. Adjacent to a nearby Beauty Therapist. There are around forty golf courses in the surrounding area. With our magnificent scenery this is a photographers paradise. There is of course ample free parking available. Around one hour from Aberdeen and one hour forty minutes from Edinburgh Airport.

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