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Located in Perth, Murrayshall Country Estate is 2.5 mi from Scone Palace. Very spacious and comfortable beds
The Lovat Hotel is located in the ‘Fair City of Perth’ which is recognized as the Gateway to the Highlands with easy access to all the main routes to other cities such as Edinburgh, St Andrews,... Didn't stay for breakfast but couldn't fault anything had a super time meal was amazing as...
Located in Perth center, the award-winning Salutation Hotel is just a few minutes from Perth Concert Hall and the scenic walks around the River Tay. I loved my room at the tippy top. Very clean, great bath tub and linens, quiet,...
In the heart of Scotland and 5 minutes' walk from the center of Perth, this hotel is conveniently located for the railway and bus stations. Wi-Fi is available throughout and it is free of charge. We enjoyed our first night at the Grampian Hotel so much, we decided to stay an extra 2 nights.
In private gardens overlooking Perth, this Victorian family-run hotel is a 10-minute walk from the city center and has a free private car park and free Wi-Fi. Extra care owner showed for some special needs that arose. neatness of the rooms.
Located 3 minutes’ walk to Perth Rail and Bus Stations, Parklands Hotel offers modern accommodations with free Wi-Fi, free parking, a bar, 2 restaurants, and a garden with an outdoor seating area. Amazing stay at the wonderful Parklands. Staff and good brilliant. Nothing is a problem.
One of the most unique hotels in Perth, in a 15th-century watermill, where you can still watch the water trickling through the original water wheel from the garden, lobby area and Lounge Bar. Standard hotel with free parking.
This hotel is beside the River Tay, a minute from Perth Museum and Horsecross Concert Hall. Rooms are en suite and many have views of the river and the hotel's award-winning gardens. I liked where it was located and the oldness of the hotel.
Very much worth the tour. A beautiful place. Anyone wanting to know and understand the history of this country needs to go to as many, perhaps all, the palaces, castles, cathedrals as possible. As an American, I marvel at the work of the people, the love of the country and its desire to protect its land and government. It is a good representation and history of all aspects of Scotland's history.
Go early in the morning to get the best views. Avoid the large tour groups especially the Russians! Their guides are loud and rude. The staff at the Palace on the other hand are obliging, informatand friendly.
A £7.50 fee (each) for ground charges just to get in the gate that takes you to the proper castle entry fee is abusing tourist. So much so, that I refused to go through the gate to see a castle I was looking forward to. I hope more people sacrifice their interest/curiosity and save you the disappointment and unhelpful old woman staff who think it's their castle and we should be grateful to pay fortunes to view our heritage. I have money but refused on principal.
We loved the old-fashioned elegance, the very comfortable bed, the wonderful breakfast buffet and the other dining options, including high tea. The location was great, very walkable, scenic (it's along the Tay), and quite close to Scone Palace and Black Watch Castle Museum. There are very nice shops and cafes just outside the back entrance, including a great whisky shop.
Ideally situated for walking into town & attending an event at Scone Palace
Amazing location for the Scottish Game Fair at Scone Palace.