Historic Accommodation in Perth & Kinross

The city of Perth is known as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’. The ‘Fair City’ of Perth, with its tall spires and shallow River Tay flowing through it, is the town that inspired Sir Walter Scott to pen ‘The Fair Maid of Perth’ which in turn inspired Bizet’s opera. Once Scotland’s capital, much favoured by James I, Perth has the atmosphere of a well-to-do county town with a rich history.

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The Hayloft

Kinross, nr. Perth, Perthshire.

Sleeps 4. One of two holiday cottages enjoying a peacefully idyllic setting by the tumbling Fochy burn. Standing as a pair, they each boast private patios, and shared use of large woodland and grounds, complete with a hard tennis court and a games room. Cottage Code: UNW.

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Games room
  • 19th Century

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Ballathie House Hotel

Ballathie House Hotel, Stanley, Perth, Perthshire, PH1 4QN.

Ballathie House Hotel is a four star rated country house hotel, and is set on an estate overlooking the River Tay. It is a true Highland hotel, yet is only 12 miles from Perth. Boasts one of the finest restaurants in Scotland.

  • 19th Century

Mercure Perth Hotel

Mercure Perth Hotel, Perth, Perthshire, PH1 5QP.

Dating back to the 1400’s, this former water mill is situated in the heart of Perth. If it’s original features you’re after, check out the fresh water running behind the port holes in the lounge areas!

  • 15th Century

Macdonald Loch Rannock Hotel and Resort

Macdonald Loch Rannock Hotel, Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, PH16 5PS.

Once a Victorian shooting lodge, the Loch Rannock Hotel sits deep in the Perthshire Highlands and is perfect for a rural retreat. It features fantastic dining, a lovely swimming pool and there are lots of nearby outdoor activities.

  • 19th Century

Huntingtower Hotel

Huntingtower Hotel, Perth, Perthshire, PH1 3JT.

The Huntingtower Hotel is situated close to Huntingtower Castle and was first mentioned in Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe. Located in 6 acres of private landscaped grounds, the hotel is only 2 miles from Perth city centre.

  • 19th Century

Knock Castle Hotel and Spa

Knock Castle Hotel, Crieff, Perthshire, PH7 4AN.

Originally built in the 1800’s as the home of the Scottish shipping magnate Lady McBrayne. Today Knock Castle Hotel & Spa offers spacious and luxurious rooms, some with views over Crieff and the nearby countryside.

  • 19th Century

Dalmunzie Castle Hotel

Dalmunzie Castle Hotel, Glenshee, Perth and Kinross, PH10 7QG.

Boasting stunning mountain scenery, Dalmunzie Castle is an elegant country house hotel and former Lairds mansion. Hidden away in Highland Perthshire, it is just metres away from Dalmunzie Golf Course and less than a 2 hour drive from Edinburgh Airport.

  • 16th Century

Fonab Castle Hotel

Pitlochry, Perthshire, , PH16 5ND.

Newly reopened, Fonab Castle boasts 26 luxurious, individually designed bedrooms, decorated to blend contemporary style with traditional features. The hotel offers a choice of two restaurants and a cellar with a fine selection of wines, whiskies and gins.

  • 19th Century

The Strathardle Inn

The Strathardle Inn, Kirkmichael, Perthshire, PH10 7NS.

Nestled in the beautiful Perthshire countryside, this comfortable inn serves some great home cooked food, a wide selection of drinks, as well as 8 well decorated rooms. Easy access to Perth, Dundee and St Andrews.

  • 19th Century

Ben Lawers Hotel

Ben Lawers Hotel, Lawers, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2PA.

A stunning highland retreat offering spacious, airy en-suite bedrooms and the freshest food straight from Scottish farmland and waters. An ideal base for exploring nearby natural beauty spots like the Lawers mountain range and Loch Tay.

  • 18th Century

Sunbank House Hotel

Sunbank House Hotel, Perth, Perthshire, PH2 7BA.

Sunbank House, a four star hotel built in early Victorian era (1853), is delightfully located in its own grounds with a large car private car park, conveniently situated only a short walk from Perth city centre.

  • 19th Century