Hotels in St Fillans
The Four Seasons Hotel is situated in a picturesque setting on the banks of the Loch Earn. The natural beauty of this location is the first delight of every visitor to St. Fillans, and the position of the Four Seasons, looking south-west down Loch Earn, is one of the most enviable settings in Scotland. The views from the hotel are ever-changing throughout the season's: fresh new colours of spring, long, light summer's evenings, spectacular sunsets to the west, morning mists shrouding the loch and the snow covered Bens.
Originally built in the early 1800's for the manager of the limekilns, the main house then became the schoolmaster's house. Converted in the 1900's, it has been extended over the years to a comfortable hotel with a number of individual sitting rooms, twelve bedrooms, and six chalets. All our spacious rooms are ensuite, mostly with bath and shower. Many enjoy uninterrupted views down Loch Earn. Rooms vary in size, and some can accommodate an extra bed. For those who prefer to be more secluded, there are six chalets on the wooded hillside behind the hotel; all have a bunkroom, making them ideal for family use.
Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18
Price per PersonDouble: From £64 (standard); £75 (superior)
Twin: From £64 (standard); £75 (superior)
Four Poster: £87
Chalets from £57
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Name: Meall Reamhar
Cuisine: Contemporary Scottish Fine Dining / Tarken Bistro for informal bar meals
Awards: Meall Reamhar - 2 AA Red Rosettes
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Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Special Breaks – 2016
Four nights for Three on DBB…available all year, from 273 (chalet) per person sharing
Three Nights for Two on DBB – Off Season Break, from 182 (chalet) per person sharing
As Time Goes By - Ruby wedding anniversary break. DBB in Four Poster, 40 Red Roses, bottle of Personalised Glenturret for arrival. Champagne Breakfast in your room and late check out. £422 per room.
Beatles Break - Three nights DDB staying a one of the two chalets the Beatles stayed in - in 1964 while playing in Dundee plus a copy of ‘The Beatles in Scotland’ Book @ £261 pp sharing
Christmas Break - Four Days DBB - 359 (chalet) 399 (hotel) 439 (four poster) Extra nights 73/88- per person sharing
Three Days DBB – 299 (chalet) 349 (hotel) 379 (four poster) per person sharing
Easter Break - 2 nights Dinner, Bed and Breakfast including Fizz on arrival.
182 (chalet) 218(hotel) 240(four poster) – per person sharing
Golf Breaks - 3 day DBB plus 2 x day ticket to either Comrie or St Fillans course from 299 (chalet) per person sharing.
Tailor Made Golf Packages and Group/Society Rates
Hogmanay Break - Three Days DBB – 357 (chalet) 397 (hotel) 429 (four poster) per person sharing. Extra nights £73/99 pp
Four Days - DBB 408 (chalet) 448 (hotel) 479 (four poster) per person sharing.
Mystery Tour Break - 1 night BB, 1 night DBB plus mystery tour @ 228 (chalet) 264 – superior (must be 2 for tour) Nb Tour can take up to 6 so extra guest’s can stay at £148 - £184.
Romantic Break - Three nights DINNER, BED & BREAKFAST plus Champagne) – 288(chalet) 339(hotel) 372(four poster) per person sharing.
Walking Breaks - A three day break with hill walkers packed lunch, and D,B&B - 291(chalet) 342 (hotel) per person sharing.
Warming Whisky - Two nights B&B, 1 night Dinner, comp dram digestif, Famous Grouse Tour -158 (chalet) 194 (hotel) per person sharing.
Break – All year Add on - Full day driving tour inc entry to 3 distilleries, a dram on return £280 extra for 2 people.
Wine Tasting - 2nd Friday in March and Last Friday in November - 5 Course Dinner – with matched wines included @ £62 pp
Great Add on Rates £28 (chalet) £38 (hotel) Four Poster £48.
2nd night rate - Dinner, B&B - 30% discount.
Pet Butler Doggy Menu, Walking Service, Pet Sitting, Pooches Parlour. Tailor- made to suit the pampered pet
All year (or borrow Sham or Pagne). Prices from £8 per pet, per hour - (min two hours). Pre booking required.
Offers posted Wed 6th Jul 2016Click here for more info
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