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Craigmhor Lodge
27 West Moulin Road

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Tucked away in enchanting woodland grounds, this beautiful Victorian Lodge & Courtyard provides luxury Pitlochry bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Highland Perthshire.

Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard offers a wonderful selection of accommodation with 12 wonderfully spacious courtyard bedrooms and suites and 3 traditional bedrooms in the Lodge itself. Our Courtyard rooms are stylishly decorated in the muted colours of Highland Perthshire, meticulously presented with thoughtful touches such as large 6ft super king beds, 32 " wall mounted plasma televisions, WiFi Internet Access, DVD players and also iPod docking stations to allow you to listen to music in your room or bathroom through your own surround sound system. Guests can also choose a b & b room with its own balcony or garden terrace where you can relax whilst soaking up the peace and tranquillity of our Highland Perthshire setting.

Courtyard Bathrooms are luxurious with most benefiting from both a large walk-in shower and separate free standing bath. They also have the luxury of underfloor heating. Family owned and managed by Calum and Jane MacLellan, the whole team at Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard are on hand to ensure you experience a truly delightful stay with us.

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Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

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