DunkeldCopyright Alison Stamp

Dunkeld is a pretty little town on the River Tay with more attractions in its environs than you can shake a walking stick at, including Ossianís Cave, Loch of Lowes, and Rohallion Castle... Read More

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The Niel Gow Festival
August
Birnam Highland Games
Dawn to Dusk Festival
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Hotels in Dunkeld - 5 places to stay

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Atholl Arms

Atholl Arms

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The Atholl Arms Hotel, built in 1790, imposes itself on the head of the fine five arched bridge, built by Thomas Telford. Situated in the Historical Cathedral City of Dunkeld, ... More

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The Pend

The Pend

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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 ... More

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Birnam Hotel

Birnam Hotel

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Welcome to the Birnam Hotel. Style, elegance and good old-fashioned Scottish hospitality is what the newly upgraded Birnam Hotel is all about. Located in the stunning Perthshire countryside in the ... More

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Hilton Dunkeld House

Hilton Dunkeld House

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Originally built by the 7th Duke of Atholl as a summer house for his wife, the Hilton Dunkeld House Hotel lies on a private estate of 280 acres and is the ... More

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The Bankfoot Inn (5.21 miles)

The Bankfoot Inn
Welcome to The Bankfoot Inn. The Bankfoot Inn offers a great atmosphere set in a real Scottish country Inn along with great food, prepared by our chef. We have both a public bar ... More | visit website
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Holmrigg (6.42 miles)

Holmrigg
Situated in grounds of 3 acres, with fine views, 4 miles from Blairgowrie in Perthshire. ... More
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Cuil-an-Daraich Guest House (6.99 miles)

Cuil-an-Daraich Guest House

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Our rooms are large and spacious, all en-suite. They are tasfully decorated with period funiture. We have fantastic views over the River Tay and surrounding countryside. It is very quite ... More

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Ballathie House (8.12 miles)

Ballathie House
Situated on its own Estate overlooking the River Tay near Perth, Ballathie House offers Scottish Hospitality in a house of character and distinction. The original public rooms are elegantly furnished and spacious Master Bedrooms feature ... More | visit website
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MacDonald Arms Hotel (8.21 miles)

MacDonald Arms Hotel
The MacDonald Arms Hotel has been open since 1780 and is currently owned by husband & wife team Euan & Kirsten Smith. Having purchased the hotel in August 2007 they have been making improvements continually ... More | visit website
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The Bridge Of Cally Hotel (8.89 miles)

The Bridge Of Cally Hotel

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Dating from circa 1870, this former Drover's Inn is now a cosy and modern family-run hotel offering a warm and friendly welcome. Nestling at the gateway to Royal Deeside in the heart ... More

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Gilmore House (9.24 miles)

Gilmore House
Gilmore House is a 4 star gold rated Bed and Breakfast in the pretty Perthshire town of Blairgowrie. We have 3 comfortable en-suite rooms and 2 guest lounges. We serve an award winning Perthshire Breakfast ... More | visit website
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East Haugh House Hotel (9.39 miles)

East Haugh House Hotel

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Built originally as part of the Atholl Estate some 350 years ago, East Haugh House is a beautiful, turreted stone house situated off the old A9 road and set in ... More

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Altamount Country House Hotel (9.63 miles)

Altamount Country House Hotel
Altamount House Hotel in Blargowrie is beautifully situated in 7 acres of well laid out gardens and mature woodlands yet only 500 yards from the centre of town. The impressive Georgian mansion was built in ... More | visit website
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Royal Hotel (9.63 miles)

Royal Hotel

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The Royal Hotel in the heart of Blairgowrie, Perthshire is centrally located on the Royal Route to Braemar and Balmoral. Enjoy a friendly and welcoming atmosphere in clean and comfortable surroundings.
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