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The Pend
5 Brae Street
Dunkeld
Perthshire

PH8 0BA | View map

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Nestled by the banks of the River Tay, amid stunning scenery, sits Dunkeld. You can almost feel the history in the atmosphere as you walk around. The price includes dinner, bed and breakfast. Breakfast is when you like it, within reason, and dinner starts at 19.30. It's a four course Table d'Hote menu using the rich variety of fish, meat, game, fruit, vegetables, cheeses and traditional culinary traditions of Perthshire and Scotland.

We only use the best local provisions and suppliers. We are recognised by Taste of Scotland in its various guises. We can manage fine if you have particular dietary needs as long as we know in advance. We have won the Johansens 'Wine List of the Year' award; been selected as Best in Scotland by both Which? Good Hotel Guide and Les Routiers. In case you just want to relax closer to home, guests of The Pend can use the leisure club facilities of the nearby Hilton Dunkeld House Hotel at special discount rates. Facilities include a heated indoor swimming pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room, multi-gym, tennis, croquet, putting and archery.

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