Salutation Hotel Perth
The oldest established hotel in Scotland, the Salutation has been welcoming guests through its doors since 1699. One of the most famous patrons to sample our hospitality was Bonnie Prince Charlie who stayed here in 1745, at the height of his struggle to regain the throne for the Stuart Kings. The hotel has 84 bedrooms all with ensuite facilities. In addition to our standard rooms, we offer superior rooms and a four poster bedroom. Special care bedrooms are available. All bedrooms have television, refreshments tray and direct dial telephones. The hotel also has a lift. We are continuously refurbishing our bedrooms to provide the best comfort. As a guest in our Adam Restaurant you will enjoy the splendour of this grand room with its original barrel vaulted ceiling and the neo-classical Adam style window. Our dedicated and experienced team of chefs use only the finest and freshest ingredients many of which are sourced locally. The best in Scottish meat and fish dishes are served from our carvery or alternatively choose from our tempting a la carte menu. An extensive world wine list complements your meal perfectly. A hearty Scottish Breakfast stars your day from our hot and cold buffet.
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New County Hotel Perth
The New County Hotel in Perth offers all the advantages of a modern boutique hotel, ideally located in Perth city centre Over the years we have earned the confidence of our guests and they know they will not be disappointed. Our warm welcome and professional service will ensure you feel instantly at home. Bedrooms, restaurants, and public areas have been designed to create a most stylish, elegant and welcoming ambience which awaits for you to unwind, relax and recharge. The New County Hotel has flexible dining, with 3 separate eating areas, including fine dining in our new Opus One restaurant, (reservation for dinner advised on booking), Gavins Bistro for the finest freshly cooked bar lunches and evening meals, and coffee, scones and lighter snacks in the elegant surroundings of Cafe 22. Although only opened in April 2008, Opus One is fast gaining awards and accolades. To date we have received the following: Silver Award from EatScotland, a Platinum Award from Hotelreview Scotland, an outstanding award which is conferred on only a handful of the finest restaurants in the country. A 'RedH' award for hospitality, also from Hotelreview. In addition, we were named "Simply the best Meal of the Year" by the 'Lady Who Lunches', in the Perthshire Advertiser, Dec. '08. We have also just been awarded 2 AA Rosettes for our restaurant Opus One. Other reviews are pending. We are currently a nominee for several awards with hotel review in the Scottish Hotel of The Year Awards.
Ramada Hotel Perth
Formerly a 15th Century watermill, the hotel is right in the centre of Perth and is the ideal location for leisure and business guests alike. The business services and conference facilities will meet the highest of expectations with secretarial support available should you require it. Your bedroom is designed to provide the comfort you require for undisturbed sleep by night as well as the facilities and entertainment that you demand by day. All 76 bedrooms have an ensuite bathroom, satellite TV, hairdryer, trouser press and direct dial telephones as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Suites are also available. Nearby you'll find Scone Palace, Branklyn Gardens and the Glenturret Distillery. For the children, the Perth Leisure Pool and Dewars ice rink are also close by. The Perth Museum & Art Gallery and the Caithness Glass Visitor Centre are well worth a visit.
Kenmore Hotel Perth
The Kenmore – A Privately owned hotel, is situated in the Heart of the Scottish Highlands, deep within Rob Roy and Campbell country. Nestling on the banks of the River Tay the Hotel is famous for its warmth, charm, Highland hospitality and vivid history. A beautiful setting and historical location offer a touch of paradise unspoiled by time. Rooms, restaurants and bars offers superb views of the mountains and river. Rabbie Burns in 1782 was so struck by the area, that he composed a poem sitting on the bridge over the Tay and wrote it in pencil on the chimney breast of the fireplace in our Poet's bar where it is to this day. An 18 month refurbishment program brought the hotel bedrooms and amenities into the 21st century, while taking great care to maintain the historical character and charm of Scotland's Oldest Inn. We are sure you'll feel relaxed from the glow of a roaring log fire and hand Burn's poems in the bar to the friendly staff and fantastic food and scenery.