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Welcome to Dunalastair Hotel

Address: The Square, Aberfeldy, PH16 5PW

Hotel Description

The hotel has recently undergone a major refurbishment programme, continuing its popularity as a desirable 3-star hotel destination in North Perthshire. Styled in contemporary and rich tones, yet retaining period charm, there are now 28 bedrooms.

Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Inroom Breakfast
  • Bridal Suite
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available

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Kenmore Golf Course - Aberfeldy - Golf

Kenmore Golf Course - Aberfeldy - Golf

Distance 10.53 miles (16.85 km)
The Mains Of Taymouth, a 120 acre estate nestled in magnificent Highland Perthshire. Built in the 19th century and formerly the home farm for Taymouth Castle, the stunning courtyard buildings are now tastefully converted into luxury holiday cottages. Est. 1992 at Taymouth Holiday Centre This is a testing 9-hole golf course set in the heart of Highland Perthshire. The quality, mildly undulating layout provides an excellent venue amidst magnificent scenery. Motorised buggies, trollies and clubs can be hired from the Golf Shop beside the attractive Changing Rooms. The Byre Bistro, overlooking the first tee, offers first class bar, lounge and restaurant facilities.

Blair Castle - Pitlochry - Castle

Blair Castle - Pitlochry - Castle

Distance 13.52 miles (21.63 km)
Welcome to Blair Castle, the ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl. The castle enjoys one of Scotlands finest settings in the heart of Highland Perthshire. With its roots in the 13th century, Blair Castles history extends over some 740 years, during which time it has welcomed countless generations of visitors. At the gateway to the Grampian Mountains on the route north to Inverness, the location was highly strategic. Today we can enjoy the wild beauty of the surrounding landscape but centuries ago it was a threatening and dangerous place. One of the first private homes to open to the public in Scotland, Blair welcomes more visitors than any other. We hope you will enjoy this web site and that you will find the opportunity to come and discover for yourself the castle, its extensive collections and the beautiful grounds.