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The Square, Kenmore, PH15 2NU – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.1/10! (score from 55 reviews)
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Golf course (within 3 km), Fishing, Darts
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, 24-hour front desk, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
From 15:00 hours
08:00 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
Cards accepted at this property
Kenmore Hotel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
Based on 55 reviews
Value for money
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Fortingall is a charming 4-star country house hotel near Aberfeldy, at the entrance to Glen Lyon and the gateway to the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
Score from 88 reviews Fabulous
With a magnificent location on the banks of Loch Tay, close to the picturesque village of Kenmore, these charming and well-appointed cottages offer luxurious self-catering accommodation.
Score from 303 reviews Superb
At the western end of Loch Tay, overlooking the beautiful River Lochay, the Killin Hotel offers en suite rooms, a riverside bistro and a popular local pub.
Score from 516 reviews Good
This extended Victorian house is situated in Pitlochry town centre, and 800 metres from Pitlochry Golf Course.
Score from 215 reviews Very good
Old property, view from room, size of room, location, good bar, outside heaters
Nothing really just right
Location and stunning scenary. Staff friendly, pleasant dining room.
In need of refurbishment, rooms and communal areas looking rather scruffy. Outside area to the right is a bit of a mess.
Very large, clean bathroom and bedroom.
Stairs going up to room needed decorating and new carpet. Breakfast was disappointing as there was little choice.
The areas of the hotel that have been upgraded are very good. Beautiful views overlooking the river & comfortable area in the dining room. Bed was clean and comfortable, towels good quality. Liked the traditional feel to the bar areas with exposed stonework & historical links.
Rooms & corridors are in need of upgrading. Wallpaper & paintwork look tired & dated. Shower was adequate but lacked power, making slow work of hair washing! Service in the dining room was good when it was quiet, however staff seemed to lack clear procedures when under pressure at busy times.
Nice location for walking and chilling in the country.
Not many amenities nearby.
Food- chef changed accompaniments 3 months ago food was excellent!!! White wine was warm and late
The location and its tranquility. I had a friend from Cape Town with me and he enjoyed it immensely.
The bedrooms are in need of a complete overhaul. Everyhting looks very tired.
The location was excellent, very welcoming staff and a great breakfast
Thought the price was high end but hotel needs a bit more tlc eg; toilets didn't flush, carpets a bit grubby in room.
Location. Staff Comfortable bed
No in-room information re facilities, etc Very basic toiletries provided Poor selection on breakfast buffet - rubbery toast, scrambled eggs only, 2 yoghurt pots , no menu. Poor value for £155 B&B rate. Decor in bathroom tired and electric shower inefficient
Location beautiful, exterior of hotel was lovely. Breakfast buffet was OK.
Rooms badly need refurbishing. Looks very run down.
Excellent, well trained and very friendly staff. A stunning setting by the Tay. Great view from the very large restaurant.
Ours was a remarkably disappointing and very poor value-for-money stay. We could not recommend this hotel until it improves. Our room was in the annexe, across the main road. We found it shabby. It had two televisions, neither of which worked. There was no in-room welcome pack or hotel information/advice. We found no drinking glasses or complimentary bottled water, which is now the norm. The tea and coffee selection was sparse and not up to the standard we have come to expect for £144 per night, B&B for two. The bathroom was extraordinarily poor, dilapidated and grubby. The cushion floor was dirty, the toilet made a very loud water-hammer noise every time it was flushed and the low wattage electric shower only offered a very fine spray. There was no bathroom shelf, only the original holes for it remain. The selection of toiletries was poor, and no pamper pack was offered. The hair drier, whose testing label was 4 years out of date, smelled of burning plastic during use. The hotel promised WIFI, but it is only available at one end of one public room and the exceptionally poor service was prone to dropping out. All visitors, while we were there, found this quite upsetting. The evening menu in the bar was the same as in the restaurant. The food offering was poor. One of our main courses was inedible - the bar manager agreed and replaced it but we then had to eat separately. He refunded the cost of that poor meal. The hotel seems to be geared up to cater for coach loads of tourists and not for individual travellers. Most of these comments were made to the receptionist at the time of our check out. She was already aware of these problems. She did apologise.
Beautiful setting, staff were very helpful and facilities for the wedding I attended were excellent throughout.
No Pusser's rum in the bar. Wifi needs to be improved.
Incorrect rooming, rude staff when questioned - begrudgingly offered a different room later. Quality of room not as advertised.
The hotel was lovely and comfortable, the breakfast was plentiful and the hot food constantly refreshed. We also has lunch on our arrival and the bar menu was excellent - cullen skink to die for, the barman was really friendly and helpful. The receptionists were also very friendly and helpful.
Bedroom was too hot - however we turned down the radiator and opened a window so not a hardship or a big moan.
Excellent friendly service Genuine kindness Everything else The stunning setting and the laid back atmosphere is all here The open fires are very welcoming The micro climate is very pleasant The history The ducks I think The Kenmore will always be on to a good thing! Great breakfasts Food very good in general!
Scrimping on toiletries Prices in general Expensive! Long wait for dinner You will not be lucky if there is a large group booking in one of the function rooms ie we were told we could not order dinner between 8 and 9 pm!!!
Very friendly, helpful staff. Nice cosy bar. Lovely big bath. Beautiful setting and lovely views from restaurant.
Minor point, but TV not in a good position for two people to view.
Food, staff and service
Very very poor wi fi service
well trained staff. excellent food.
had requested a double room but allocated 2 single beds without consultation
A lovely place to stay; warm and friendly with a beautiful large bedroom and really helpful attentive staff at reception and in the dining room. I can't imagine a more stunning setting than the river view from the dining room.
Setting was lovely, staff were friendly
The boiler broke down the day before, and we were located in the gatehouse
I loved the location and the fact that it was dog friendly. We had dinner at the hotel which was absolutely delicious.
I was a wee bit disappointed in the buffet breakfast, I was expecting a menu with smoked salmon etc.
The lovely staff, the delicious food - especially on Hogmanay, the ceilidh and the whole atmosphere
The water in our room [Rm. 1] took almost 10 minutes to run hot , which seems such a waste of water and energy. [' tho I do know we have had more than enough rain not to worry about that!]
Everything. Location, surroundings. Staff very pleasant, helpful and friendly. Food was excellent.
I can't say that there was anything that I didn't like.
the restaurant was the highlight- the views,the food, the service.- all let down by the accommodation
the accomodation was old fashioned and in need of a bit of tlc
The food was excellent- especially the mussels in cream sauce. It was nice to have a wood fire in the bar. There was lots of hot water
The wifi was a bit slow and patchy
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