The Achray House Hotel, in Perthshire, is described by regular guests as their very upmarket home away from home! Awarded 3 stars by Visit Scotland, due to great service under the leadership of Brad and Zelda, classy comfortable rooms, cosy public areas, and much-praised food, the Achray House is a popular choice in the Southern Highlands. A spectacular setting, overlooking Loch Earn and picturesque hills beyond, makes a holiday at the Achray House an unforgettable experience. The hotel is easily accessible, only an hour away from either Edinburgh or Glasgow, and central as base for exploration to towns like St Andrews, Doone, Oban and Perth. We offer modern comforts (including free Wifi) while you’re escaping the stresses of city life.
Achray House continues to receive glowing reviews from local and international guests, the hotel being described as ‘one of the best-kept secrets in the Highlands’, the food as ‘superb’, and the service as ‘exceptional attention to detail’.
The Achray House Hotel is well situated for a range of activities, from golf to water sports, hiking to mountaineering, or simply laid-back sightseeing and relaxing on the sundeck or in the comfortable lounges, with a wee dram or cocktail.
Achray House Hotel has hosted a number of weddings, and is licenced as an officiating venue, equally popular for other functions.
We look forward to welcoming you for a well-deserved break in the country!
Brad and Zelda
The hotel offers 9 bedrooms, including a Suite, 2 Superior Rooms, and 6 Double / Twin rooms. Seven rooms overlook Loch Earn (2 of these are garden rooms).
All bedrooms are en-suite, with tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryers, toiletries, ironing facilities, flat screen TVs, and radio-alarm. Breakfast is included in room rates.
Spread over three floors, 5 of the rooms can be accessed without stairs. Guests are advised to check accessibility before booking a specific room.
In addition, a self-catering cottage offers guests the opportunity to come and go without concern for meal times, and, unlike the hotel rooms, the cottage offers accommodation for small children and pets.
There’s something for every taste. As far as dining is concerned, the conservatory restaurant, overlooking the Loch, is a highlight of any visit. Menus offer ‘International fare with a strong Scottish overture’, ranging from home-smoked Salmon, Haggis Bon-Bons and Lamb Shank, to delectable desserts such as the Achray Cranachan and Zelda’s White Chocolate Cheesecake.
For a view of seasonal menus, link to: www.achrayhouse.com.
Sunset picture over Loch Earn supplied by David Schofield.