General Information & Rates
|2018 RATES FOR DINNER, BED AND BREAKFAST|
|Room||B&B (only)||1 Night||2-3 Nights||4-6 Nights||7 Nights|
|These rates are based on 2 people sharing (except for the single) and
include accommodation, dinner, full Scottish breakfast and the VAT at 20%.
1 additional person on sofa bed – £75 per night DBB.
1 additional child on sofa bed – £35 per night BB or £65 per night DBB.
Single occupancy of Superior Room – less £60 per night.
Packed Lunch – £12.50, Whisky Miniatures – £6.50
Taxi transfers to/from Pitlochry – £13.00
10 Rooms and Suites
Connecting Rooms – Yes
3 People Sharing – Yes
4 People Sharing – No
Formal Dining Room
Picnic Lunch for Walkers
OWNER & GENERAL MANAGER
NEAREST TRAIN STATION
Pitlochry — 3 mi (taxi approx. £10)
Glasgow — 97 mi, 2 hrs
Edinburgh — 70 mi, 1 hr 15 min
Inverness — 90 mi, 1 hr 50 min
Killiecrankie can arrange transfers from the airports at a cost of approximately £150.
Killiecrankie House Hotel is the recipient of the following awards:
3 Red Stars in the AA Hotel Guide 2016
2 Rosettes in the AA Restaurant Guide 2016
The Good Hotel Guide César Award — Scottish Hotel of the Year 2011
Sawday’s Scottish Hotel of the Year for 2015
Killiecrankie was listed in the Sunday Times Travel: Ultimate 100 British Hotels.
PITLOCHRY: Pitlochry is a Highland Victorian town in a beautiful setting in the Tummel Valley, surrounded by wooded hills. It is just 3 miles south of Killiecrankie. There are some excellent tweed and cashmere shops and a number of restaurants.
BLAIR ATHOLL: Just 3 miles north of Killiecrankie is Blair Castle in Blair Atholl, traditional home to the dukes of Atholl and a predominant feature of the area. Visitors are welcomed to tour the castle and grounds during the season.
Also in Blair Atholl, there is a very pleasant walk through the steep-sided Glen Tilt, cut by the clear waters of the River Tilt as it flows down to the River Garry. Just a mile or so north of Blair Castle, the Falls of Bruar provides a spectacular setting for a romantic walk along well-maintained paths to view the fine waterfalls.
DUNKELD/LOCH OF THE LOWES/THE HERMITAGE: Fifteen minutes' drive south of Killiecrankie lies the historic town of Dunkeld which nestles along the banks of River Tay surrounded by rolling wooded hills. The town boasts a fine example of a Telford bridge dating from 1809 and the ancient Cathedral of Dunkeld, dating from the 12th and 15th centuries. There are many interesting little shops and art galleries in Dunkeld—well worth a visit. A mile along the A9 from Dunkeld lies The Hermitage, a woodland which contains numerous native and exotic trees of awe-inspiring height. The path through these leads to Ossian's Hall, a folly build in 1758 by the 2nd Duke of Atholl's nephew. Here one can view the roaring waterfall below, a spectacular sight. Loch of the Lowes Wildlife Reserve and Visitor Centre lie 2 miles east of Dunkeld. Here visitors can watch wildlife without disturbing it and learn about the flora and fauna from the resident Ranger. The highlight of a visit here is to see the nesting osprey feeding its chicks, a rare treat; take binoculars with you.
SHOPPING AT THE HOUSE OF BRUAR: The House of Bruar has brought a sample of the best of Scottish merchandise and put it all together in one single wonderful setting. Located near Blair Atholl (in the middle of nowhere), this complex offers unrivaled shopping from coffee to cashmere, cheese to china and food to footwear. There is little that has not been thought of and the prices are so very reasonable for the quality on offer. This is a shopping experience not to be missed!
Blair Athol, Pitlochry
Edradour, Moulin, near Pitlochry (Scotland's smallest)
Dewars Distillery, Aberfeldy
Dalwhinnie (Scotland's highest!)
Inverness — 90 mi, 1.5 hrs (car), 1 hr 50 min (train)
Glasgow — 85 mi, 1 hr 45 min (car), 1 hr 45 min (train)
Edinburgh — 70 mi, 1.5 hrs (car), 1 hr 40 min (train)
Culloden House — 2 hrs
Rufflets Country House Hotel — 1.5 hrs