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Dunalastair Hotel Suites

1 The Square, Kinloch Rannoch, Perth & Kinross, PH16 5PW

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Dunalastair Hotel Suites

1 The Square, Kinloch Rannoch, Perth & Kinross, PH16 5PW

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Dunalastair Hotel Suites is a privately owned Victorian hotel, located in the village square of Kinloch Rannoch, on the edge of Loch Rannoch and the 'Schiehallion' mountain.

The suites have been designed with style and comfort in mind. Decorated in shades of grey, blues and salmon. Each Suite contains a 40” television, Queen sized bed, robe, slippers and most have a large, comfortable sofa that can also be used as an occasional bed – perfect for families.

Dunalastair Hotel Suites overlooks the river and waterfall and is surrounded by stunning natural scenery, well known for hiking, fishing and golfing. Pitlochry is only 20 miles from the hotel and Loch Tummel within a 30-minute drive. When flying in Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh airports all service the area.

Dunalastair Hotel was first converted into a hotel at the turn of the last century and originally constructed as a Highland Sporting Lodge. In 2014 a multi-million-pound refurbishment was launched, whereby the hotel can now offer 32 luxury suites along with an unlicensed café. An individual Perthshire hotel of true pedigree set in the heart of Kinloch Rannoch, welcome to your home away from home.

Kinloch Rannoch is a hub for tourism, farming and forestry. The residents are as friendly and welcoming as the picturesque scenery surrounding them. Situated in the shadow of Schiehallion (a munro and an excellent climb), Kinloch Rannoch boasts some lovely walks: Carie Forest, by the South Loch Road; along the waterfall that feeds into the River Tummel and up Craig Varr; the Sleeping Giant or alongside Loch Rannoch itself. One thing is certain, there simply isn’t enough time in the day to enjoy everything the Highlands have to offer.

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Dunalastair Hotel Suites is part of the following Inspirations:

10 Hotels to Live Like a Lord in 2019 by Adrian Mourby

"Visit Dunalastair today and you catch only a hint of the turbulent times that have unfolded along Loch Rannoch.

Dùn Alastair (literally “the fort of Alexander”) was home to Alexander Robertson, laird and chieftain of the Donnachaidh clan who in the 18th century built himself a grand house on the loch which he called The Hermitage. Unfortunately, Robertson supported Bonnie Prince Charlie in the uprising of 1745 and after the Jacobite defeat at Culloden the Hermitage was destroyed.

In the years that followed Culloden, Scottish soldiers released from imprisonment returned to the ruins of Robertson’s Hermitage and built a new village which would go on to become Kinloch Rannoch.

In 1788, an inn was built at the entrance of this community, on the site where the Dunalastair Hotel Suites stand today. By the 1850s, following the highland clearances, the Clan Donnachaidh had been moved on from the area around Loch Rannoch. At this time General Sir John MacDonald took over the Dunalastair estate and began to develop Kinloch Rannoch with new buildings designed by the Scottish architect, Andrew Heiton Jnr. Heiton had designed a number of stations for Scottish Central Railway and was able to work well with the local stone.

General Macdonald developed the inn into a hotel which opened in the 1860s as the Macdonald Arms Hotel, Dunalastair. Macdonald also built a two-storey mansion, Dunalastair House, on the site of Robertson’s Hermitage which became his family’s highland home. Sadly, this burned down after World War II but the hotel survived and in 2013 was taken over by Henley Homes who transformed over four years into a luxury, boutique hotel on the shores of Loch Rannoch.

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Information on Dunalastair Hotel Suites , 1 The Square , Kinloch Rannoch

No. of bedrooms: Total: 32        
Types of room: Superior Suites, Deluxe, Grand Deluxe, Family and Luxury Suites
Room rates guide: Single:  £125.00-£245.00
Double/Twin:  £125.00-£140.00
Suites:  £140.00-£245.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Solo, Visa
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly:  No
Romantic Details: Bridal Suite
Smoking Permitted:  No
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: level access to all public areas and to one or more bedrooms

Room facilities: LED TV with Freeview, hotel entertainment package and E-Concierge Directory, Free WiFi throughout, Complimentary Scottish aromatherapy toiletries, Hairdryer and in-room safe, Daily housekeeping, Egyptian cotton linen, fresh towels, bathrobe and slippes, Room Service available from Stables Cafe, Fully Equipped kitchen with tea/coffee facilities, complimentary hospitality tray, and fridge plus microwave/grill combi (except in Superior Rooms)
General facilities: Free WiFi throughout, Concierge and reception services, Luggage storage, Car Hire and bike hire available, Free Parking, Shuttle service to/from Rannoch Station (extra charge)
Outdoor activities on site: Golf - Several top golf courses within easy reach, Rafting,Canoeing,Kayaking,Rowing available nearby on Loch Rannoch, Exhilarating on and off-road cycling trails around Loch Rannoch., Bikes available for hire (local charge), Fishing in Loch Rannoch, permits available, Horse Riding available nearby, Stunning walking and hiking trails for all levels, Wildlife watching safaris available nearby., Visit Rannoch Moor wilderness to see Roe Deer, red squirrels along with birds of prey
Activities nearby: Cinema at nearby Aberfeldy, Pitlochry Festival Theatre runs a year-round programme
Local directions: From Edinburgh (95 miles) Take the A90, cross the Forth Road Bridge heading northbound then the carriageway will become the M90 Take the M90 in the direction of Perth, once in Perth, follow signs for the A9 northbound, following signs for Inverness. Follow the A9 past Dunkeld and Pitlochry, then take the B847 following signs for Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch. After approximately 10 miles you turn onto the B846, keep following signs for Kinloch Rannoch, then follow the road until you get to the village itself. From Glasgow (108 miles) Head east on the M8 towards Edinburgh Bear off onto the M80 following signs for Stirling and the Kincardine Bridge In approximately 18 miles, continue following signs for the M80 Stirling After about 6 miles, continue onto the M9 northbound Follow the M9 all the way to Perth Then follow signs for Inverness on the A9 northbound Turn off the A9 after Pitlochry and follow signs for Kinloch Rannoch. In light traffic, your journey should take around 2 hours 35 minutes.
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Perth (51 miles) (1 hour, 20 mins)
Edinburgh (93 miles) (2 hours) , Glasgow (117 miles) (2 hours, 35 mins)
Rannoch Station (35 mins)
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