This is an impressive Victorian stone villa which offers bed and breakfast accommodation and a warm welcome. The guesthouse was built in 1867 and has a total of 3 guest rooms. In the lounge there is satellite television. An unusual feature is the large library where guests can browse through an enormous variety of books, including a comprehensive collection on Scottish history. There is also an elegant dining room, where breakfasts made from the finest fresh local Scottish ingredients are served. Wireless Internet access and a car park are also available.
The bed and breakfast is situated in the Grampian foothills, often referred to as the gateway to the Highlands. It is a spectacular area resonant with Scottish cultural heritage. From the bed and breakfast guests can walk into Crieff and visit the shops, pubs and restaurants. Guests can also catch the local bus which is about 1 minutes' walk away. The Gleneagles train station is about 15 minutes' drive away. The guesthouse is a 75-minute drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh airports, and 24 km from Perth and Stirling.
This bed and breakfast has spacious rooms with large en suite bathrooms. The deluxe bathrooms are sunken off the bedrooms and guests can relax in a scented bath, or use a high-powered shower. There is also a big, comfortable sitting room. The bedrooms feature top quality double or king-size beds to ensure guests have the utmost experience in a night's sleep. There is ample room for them to sit and read whilst enjoying a welcoming drink. All bedrooms also have tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary biscuits. Further in-room amenities include a hairdryer, satellite/cable TV, Internet access and an ironing set. Heating and a terrace are standard features in all accommodation.
Crieff Golf Course is about 500 metres away.
The hotel serves a continental breakfast.
Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment at this hotel.
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board
King size bed