The safety and wellbeing of our valued guests, our wonderful staff and our community here in Kinloch Rannoch continues to be our first priority. While we’ve always been meticulous when it comes to cleaning and housekeeping, we’ve introduced a number of additional measures, some of which you may notice, though most are very discrete. These have been carefully considered; primarily for your safety but also, importantly, to ensure your enjoyment isn’t in any way compromised.
Subtle changes you may notice:
Hand sanitiser in each of our suites
Faster check-in times reduced from our usual 90 seconds to 60 seconds. An express check out facility; these changes are implemented in order to reduce any unnecessary gatherings
You’ll be asked to reserve a table for breakfast, just as you might do for an evening meal. This is designed to ensure safe distancing
You’ll now be served by our waiting staff at our breakfast buffet stations rather than the self-serving facility we previously offered
Our restaurant Monadh is now open until 10 pm in line with the latest Covid-19 measures announced by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Are you planning a trip to the Highlands this summer? If so, there’s so much to do and see in this glorious Scottish region. From unspoilt, sweeping landscapes to hidden lochs and lush valleys and the perfect place to relax and get away from it all.
Outdoor activities in the Scottish Highlands during the summer months are exceptional. There are things to do and see with beautiful places to visit, plus, finding a hotel near Pitlochry to make your trip extra special is something we can take care of too.
Scotland has a lot of ‘best-kept secrets’. This includes its dramatic, rugged coastline and glorious Scottish beaches. Miles of fine sand and splendid dunes attract a multitude of sea birds throughout the year. There are Highland beaches you must visit when you spend time on holiday in Scotland which includes the miles of white sands near St Andrews. It all makes for wonderful family holidays in Scotland you’ll never forget!
Scotland has a lot to offer whether you’re looking for an adventure or something a little more relaxing. Springtime is a beautiful time of the year, with its lovely, untouched landscapes and everything springing back to life. It can get breezy, and the weather can be changeable, but this never takes away from how glorious the setting is.
Tay Country is arguably one of Scotland’s best-kept secrets, with its rugged coastal paths, the tumbling waters of the river Tay and plenty of forests and glens to explore the opportunities are endless.
Located on the east coast and bounded by Aberdeen in the north and Edinburgh in the south, Tay country encompasses the regions of Perth shire, Fife, Angus and Dundee.
When is the best time to visit the Scottish Highlands? It’s a question we are frequently asked at our luxury hotel in Perthshire. It’s a difficult question to answer because each of the Scottish seasons brings its own beauty.
Winter may bring colder temperatures, but the festive cheer of Christmas and Hogmanay will soon warm you up.
The warmth of summer in Scotland makes everyone feel more relaxed, while longer days can be enjoyed to the full.
As the cool of autumn descends, flora and fauna prepare for the winter with a show of fantastic colours.
Scottish food often offers better variety and creativity compared to other countries. When it comes to the quality of Scottish ingredients, like meat and fish, they are always regarded as world-class.
As part of a foodie lovers’ weekend, Scotland has plenty to offer, from dishes that have been handed down through centuries to more modern takes on Scottish staples, such as Neeps and Tatties, to the moreish dessert Cranachan.
The lull after the Christmas and New Year holidays can sometimes feel like time is almost grinding to a halt, so why not energise yourself and celebrate Valentine’s Day in Scotland. Valentine’s breaks in Scotland at the five-star Dunalastair Hotel Suites offer the best in intimacy and luxury while creating memories to last a lifetime.
Spending quality time at a romantic Scottish hotel is an ideal way to rediscover your relationship. It is the combination of peace and quiet and being surrounded by the ever-changing, natural beauty that is restorative to any.
The region of Highland Perthshire is know for its sheer, unspoilt beauty, with visitors returning to enjoy the impressive mountains views, lushious glens, freshwater lochs, and the castles steeped in legend.
The season’s colours changes bring the breathtaking view to life, with Golden Eagles riding thermals above the forests and Osprey swooping for the famous Scottish salmon in the lochs, throughout spring. As winter approaches and the mountain peaks become covered with snow and the deer are forced to graze lower down, providing a perfect opportunity to hear mature stags making their haunting, loud guttural roars. Whenever the season Scotland proves to be an idilyic destination to enjoy a romantic and memorable getaway.
Looking forward to 2022, then make sure your travel plans include exploring Scotland. With escapes away from it all and journeys that prioritise your wellbeing. Scotland remains one of the worlds most electic places to visit.
Boasting more than 200 events and festivals throughout the year, the Scot’s really know how to entertain and celebrate. Ranging from the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival to The Thistles and Sunflowers festival and not forgetting the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, arguably the single greatest celebration of arts and culture on the planet! There is something for everyone.
We are proud to welcome guests from all over the world to stay with us at our hotel in Kinloch Rannoch, the Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Highland Perthshire. We often welcome guests back again and again, and they come for a variety of reasons:
Some want to indulge in the five-star opulence of our luxury hotel in Scotland
Some want to walk and drive through the ever-changing, stunning scenery around our hotel in Pitlochry.
Others want to enjoy the boutique hotel, Scotland, and sample the local and seasonal fine dining and excellent wines of Monadh Dining.
For Scot’s Burns Night on 25th of January has been seared into the national conscience for hundreds of years. With the 25th of January nearly upon us we thought we should share more detail about the man, his work and this ancient Scottish tradition. We will also give a taste of what’s planned on this Burn’s Night Scotland 2022.