We decided to take a one night break at the Atholl Palace which included a ticket for the Enchanted Forest having stayed at the hotel a couple of years back.
Overall our stay was pleasant, unfrotunately the rain didnt stay away!
One thing i will say is that the breakfast area was very busy, with a wait required before we could get a table. The wait wasnt very long, but given the number of guests would have thought a bigger area required to accomodate all guests maybe required for breakfast time.
Will hopefully come back in the future.
P.s what happened to the Glayva at reception that guests used to receive a glass of on their arrival?!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Scottish Highlands, wild and rugged, have a timeless romantic quality. At their very heart, where the River Tummel flows to the Tay, sits the historic small town of Pitlochry. The Atholl Palace Hotel, the epitome of Scottish Baronial splendour, stands overlooking wooded parkland grounds and the town to the surrounding hills. Originally opened as the Athole Hydropathic in Victorian times, the hotel retains many features of the traditional large country house, with bedroom facilities and standards which often exceed expectations and complement spacious, relaxing public areas.With 107 bedrooms, self-catering lodges, apartments and 10 function suites we can cater for your needs whether it is leisure or business purposes. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Atholl Palace Pitlochry
- Hotel Atholl Palace
- Atholl Palace Hotel Pitlochry, Scotland