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Loch Tummel Inn
Strathtummel
Pitlochry
Perthshire

PH16 5RP | View map

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Take a nostalgic trip back in time. Visit this magical little scottish country inn in the very heart of Highland Perthshire. Recommended in Alastair Sawday’s ‘Special Places to Stay’ – and winner of Scotland's Les Routiers Inn of the Year Award 2004.

Just past the famous Queens View, 10 miles from Pitlochry, on a stunning scenic road along the banks of Loch Tummel, Loch Tummel Inn presents a quite charming taste of glorious highland hospitality, quintessentially Scottish, in an unmistakeable, unspoilt traditional country inn style. Now under the tender loving care of the owners of its nearby ‘big brother’, famous Dunalastair Hotel, with its fabulous outdoor activity centre.

A romantic getaway steeped in olde worlde style, in a spectacular country setting , with 7 delightful bedrooms, many with fireplaces, every room blending beautifully with the hotel's traditional style and decor. A masterful example of architecture and highland charm, totally in harmony with the environment. Timelessness reigns. The perfect setting for inspirational romantic and leisure breaks, getaways and holidays in Scotland.

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Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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