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Dunblane Hydro
Perth Road

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This famous and majestic hotel , stunningly situated in over 10 acres of glorious landscaped grounds. sits on a hill overlooking Dunblane and the surrounding Perthshire countryside. Excellent road and rail links mean the hotel is superbly centrally located only a 45 minute drive or a short train journey from both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Dunblane Cathedral, dating back to the 12th century establishes this ancient community as one of Britians smallest cities. A five minute drive will take you to historic Stirling and to the east the Wallace Monument, Scotland’s commemoration of its great hero William Wallace.

Experience the magnificence of a classic Scottish luxury hotel which combines stunning architecture and natural beauty with the highest levels of personal service. Step back in time to an era of elegant tradition whilst enjoying a thoroughly modern commitment to luxury and excellence in guest service and comfort.

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Number of Rooms: 206
Number Ensuite: 206
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Room Service - 24 hour
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