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Monachyle Mhor Hotel
Monachyle Mhor is a luxury hideaway with a fantastically peaceful location overlooking two lochs. It’s a great fusion of country Scotland and contemporary attitudes to design and food...
Pitcullen Guest House
New owners have given this excellent place a much more contemporary look than other guest houses on this strip. Great-looking fabrics and modern styling give the light rooms an upbeat feel...
This enormous spa hotel is nearly 150 years old, but apart from its monumental exterior it looks very different from its mannered Victorian past...
Ogstons On North Street
If you want to eat, drink and sleep in the same stylish place, this classy inn could be for you. Smartened-up rooms feature elegant contemporary styling and coolly beautiful bathrooms, some with spa...
Five Pilmour Place
Just around the corner from the Old Course, this luxurious and intimate spot offers stylish, compact rooms with an eclectic range of styles as well as modern conveniences such as flatscreen TV and DVD player...
With real ales and good vegetarian choices on the menu, this family-run hotel on the main road is not only a good place to stay, but also a tummy-warming meal stop (mains are £8 to £12), and there’s an emphasis on hearty, home-cooked food.
A peaceful, old-fashioned country hotel with polite service and furnished with quiet good taste. The bedrooms are spotless, with huge beds, modern bathrooms, and little extras like bathrobes, whisky and DVD players...
Heidl Guest House
Though it lacks a little character from outside, the Heidl is an excellent guest house, and keen new owners have renovated the bright, light rooms, leaving them very spruce indeed...
Refitted rooms at this modernised central pub offer loads of space, big beds and great bathrooms. The building itself backs onto the river mouth, meaning pleasant views from many of the chambers...
The Four Seasons Hotel
The Four Seasons is an elegant hotel with two beautifully appointed sitting rooms and a small bar with loch views – a great place to relax. There are many activities to choose from, including water-skiing, quad-biking and pony trekking...
The Atholl Arms Hotel, near Blair Atholl train station, is convenient for the castle, with rooms of a high standard; book ahead on weekends...
This grand-looking place with crow-stepped gables has tastefully fitted rooms – superiors (double £133) are substantially larger than the standards. Service is very welcoming...
This classic town pub has had an excellent refurbishment. The old-style rooms upstairs are better than the renovated ones though, with a lot more space and a user-friendly design...
Knockendarroch House Hotel
Top of the town and boasting the best views, this genteel, well-run hotel has a range of luxurious rooms with huge windows that take advantage of the Highland light. The standard rooms have better views than the larger, slightly pricier superior ones...
The Roxburghe Guest House
Roxburghe Guest House is a lovely guesthouse with cool, tastefully furnished rooms and a fabulous garden. Roxburghe feels like a home-away-from-home, and the owner is a professional masseuse and acupuncturist if you need any creases ironed out.
Tucked away near the train station, this relaxing, recently renovated hotel sits amidst a lush hillside garden overlooking the parklands of South Inch...
A characterful cottage that's a haven of good hospitality holds three snug en suite rooms that make an enticing Trossachs base. They all have charm: we love the Kirtle room with the original 17th-century wall exposed...
This new luxury hotel and spa occupies an old hospital in the heart of the Old Town. It was still being built at time of research, but should be worth a look.
Georgian architecture meets generous hospitality at this excellent option at the eastern end of town. The four fabulous rooms all have individual character, and two have sumptuous bathrooms with free-standing tubs. Thoughtful touches abound.
The heart of Kenmore, this hotel has a bar with a roaring fire and some verses scribbled on the chimneypiece by Robert Burns in 1787, when the inn was already a couple of centuries old...
The Stirling Highland Hotel
The unusual Stirling Highland Hotel is a sympathetic refurbishment of the old high school. The curious place still feels institutional in parts, but has great facilities that include pool, spa, gym, sauna and squash courts...
This friendly Victorian house offers something different to the norm, with tartan and florals consigned to the bonfire, replaced by stylish, comfortable contemporary design that enhances the building's original features...