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Reviewed 2 July 2016

With a large sitting room with open fire & library there are plenty places to chill, a bar is next door with another log fire. friendly staff & hotel is spotless. Every detail is considered with even a large nip (whisky if you aren't Scottish) waiting in your room in a lovely decanter. I would recommend this hotel to anyone

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank angmilton1
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Reviewed 14 June 2016 via mobile

Very good classic food with good beer and decent wine list. All a bit old-fashioned, but comfortable and friendly. Nice spot for walking around the Perthshire countryside and exploring the Fortingall Yew.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank ScotFish555
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Reviewed 11 June 2016

We three fisherman did not stay at hotel, but dined there every evening. We ate in the bar which is full of character, and has music nights every Friday which are most enjoyable. The owners and staff are extremely friendly and the food was a credit to the chefs who create a very varied menu using top quality ingredients, beef steaks superb, venison loin from locally resourced deer is top class and various fish dishes are all worth a try. Haddock is very popular with everybody and well presented. The hotel is situated a perfect setting in Scotland's most beautiful glen.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled with family
Thank brianbryce
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Reviewed 23 May 2016 via mobile

Traveling along side Loch Tay on Sunday evening looking for somewhere to eat. From the main road we followed the signs to Aberfeldy after about three miles of stunning scenery we came across the Fortingall Hotel. A stunning white faced building next to the Church and oldest Yew Tree.

The bar area had just few tables that were full. We went through the main hotel door in to a very periodic hall / reception area. We were very warmly welcomed and offered a table in the lounge area.

We ordered drinks and whilst we waited, the food was obviously being freshly prepared as it was quite on the customer front. What came next was a delight to the taste buds. The rump stakes were cooked to our liking and the roast lamb shoulder was cooked to perfection. The vegetables, roasts potatoes and sauce were plate lickin good ;-)

The service was very personal and friendly at all times.

The excellent mains was unfortunately out done by the sweet of sticky toffee pudding and ice cream. A very generous portion that was light and full of flavour with an outstanding butterscotch sauce.

The Fortingall hotel is very charitismitic in decor and style and I'm sure the quality if the accommodation matches the quality of the food we enjoyed.

If you're the area, a place to definitely seek out and stay or have a meal.

Thank you to our host she looked after us with exception service :-)

Stayed: May 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

Spent one night in this understated, luxurious but cosy hotel with welcoming staff. Our room was clean and comfortable with wonderful views of Glen Lyon. The setting is idyllic: not only Glen Lyon but thatched Fortingall village with its famous yew. No charge for dogs in this dog-friendly hotel.

Although we enjoyed our vegetarian meal, we would have appreciated more choice for starters and mains.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Sandra K
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