Wyndham Duchally Country Estate is an award-winning hotel and lodge resort, located at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, in the heart of the magnificent Perthshire countryside.
What makes a stay at Wyndham Duchally Country Estate unique?
The estate offers some of the best accommodation options in Scotland, and features luxurious hotel rooms as well as superbly-appointed two and three bedroomed lodges. Just three miles from the world-renowned Gleneagles golf course, this holiday resort never fails to impress its guests.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Wyndham Duchally Country Estate?
Decorated in a style that befits the estate and the landscape it sits in, both king-sized double rooms and twin-bed rooms are available. All have en-suite bathrooms, luxury toiletries and the finest towels. Guests can dine in Monteaths, the hotel's award-winning restaurant, or in the enchanting Whisky Bar, where food is served all day. Here, there are over 50 Scotch Whiskies to discover. Private dining if available in the stunning Glendevon Lounge, which can also be used as a boardroom for corporate guests. Leisure facilities include a spa, an indoor swimming pool, a gym, a hot tub and a sauna and steam room. Younger guests can also enjoy a games room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Auchterarder area?
Auchterarder is a delightful town in Perthshire, and is noted for having the longest main street in Scotland. The area offers easy access to Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow. Gleneagles, renowned for its golf courses, is just a short drive away. There are also a number of boutique shops and cafes on the high street of Auchterarder, and the town is surrounded by stunning scenery.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Guests can discover the very best in Scottish cuisine at Monteaths, the hotel's award-winning restaurant. With inspired menus that make full use of the best Scottish produce, dinner here is a real treat. For guests that would like to explore the wider area for lunch or dinner, Perth has plenty of options, with fine dining restaurants, country pubs, bistros, tea shops and cafes to choose from.