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Dalmunzie Castle Hotel

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Dalmunzie is a stunning quintessential Lairds Manor House, turreted in the Scots Baronial style and standing proudly at the head of a 6500 acre estate dating back to 1510. Enjoying magnificent mountain scenery, we are located in a hidden part of Highland Perthshire, yet are less than two hours from Edinburgh airport. Peace and tranquillity are a feature of life at Dalmunzie with fires & comfy lounges contributing to a relaxing haven from the outside world.

For the more active, the first tee of Dalmunzie golf course is 50 yards away, with tennis, mountain bikes, fishing, hiking & stalking available. Rich in history, legend and well situated to explore Scotland, Dalmunzie is also Scotlandís first genealogy hotel with library facilities for those keen to trace their elusive forbears.

We are especially proud of the attentive yet relaxed service provided at Dalmunzie where guests are made to feel truly at home. We look forward to welcoming you to Dalmunzie, a special place that projects many of the emotions Scotland has to offer....


Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 17

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast, 4 Course Dinner & VAT
Double: From £160
Single: From £95
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Chef: Rodney Tranchida
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes, Michelin Guide Recommended

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