I had an unexpected 4 days at leisure and decided to spend them near Dunkeld. This was my 2nd choice of B&B, based on previous reviews here -- my 1st choice wasn't available -- but I'll stay here again if I return to the area. Rachel is a marvelous hostess and will do everything possible to make your stay comfortable and engaging. Don't be surprised if you start to feel like family. She lent me a booklet about local walks and had walking sticks and big umbrellas to lend as well. Her advice on where to eat dinner and on the scenic route back to Glasgow was spot-on.
Like some other guests, I would have preferred a cafetierre of coffee, rather than making each small cup in the very modern machine, but I can't think of other suggestions. Rachel is vegetarian herself and so is sensitive to the needs of those who want grilled tomatoes -- but not from the meat grill -- and very able to accommodate both those who want large breakfasts and those who prefer something lighter.
My favorite thing was having a cup of tea in the breakfast room/lounge after dinner, going through my photos from the day. The view of the river was just stunning. I could have watched it go by for hours.
If you stay here, be sure to walk down to visit the church and stroll across the bridge to get the view from the other side. A good choice for dinner is the Inn on the Tay, 3-4 miles away in Grandtully.
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