The hotel had a really tired look. The bedroom furniture, a mixture of ages and quality, didn't match. The nozzle on the hairdryer was broken. This was a double room, used as a single for my stay, so cups, coffee, tea, milk etc. were provided for two, but only one saucer! The handle was missing from the inside of the bathroom door and there was no tooth mug or glass. The shelf/hooks unit in the bathroom was really quirky, but not in keeping with the modern suite.
At breakfast I helped myself to and slowly sipped a glass of orange juice and had a wander round before anyone noticed my presence. When the waitress arrived, she insisted I sit at another table, even though I was the only guest in the room. The choice of cereals and bread was very limited. Wi-fi was poor because of the age and construction of the building.
The imposing Victorian hotel, in the heart of the village, is within easy walking distance of the station and there is a bus stop just outside and it is an easy walk to Dunkeld. The staff are friendly. There was everything I needed in my room, including sufficient heat to dry out my rain sodden clothes, and the view from the window was very pleasant. The small television offered all the channels I might need. The cooked food at breakfast was excellent and the hotel put on a good funeral tea. Evening meals were offered in an adjacent bistro.