Today, Highland Perthshire may be well-known for its romantic Scottish hotels, it’s rich culture and heritage, and it’s reputation as one of the country’s most well-loved tourist destinations, but it hasn’t always been that way.
An enduringly popular route among those visiting Highland Perthshire for their Scottish walking holiday, the Aberfeldy to Kenmore Circuit is as well regarded for its magnificent views as it is for its unique place in Highland history.
From legendary battles to ancient kings and queens, the chance to explore the rich and fascinating history of the Scottish Highlands serves as one of the more compelling reasons why guests choose to stay with us near beautiful Pitlochry on their holiday in Scotland.
Resplendent with an abundance of fresh, open waters, Highland Perthshire is as renowned for its excellent fishing as it is for its breath-taking scenery and warm hospitality.
It’s little wonder then, that the Dunalastair Hotel Suites, based right in the heart of the Highlands here in Kinloch Rannoch, has already proved such a popular choice for those planning their big Scotland fishing holiday in 2017.
Whilst Highland Perthshire is well known for its more gentle and amiable walking trails, taking the easy route isn’t necessarily for everyone.
Speaking to those of you planning your Scotland hiking holiday here at the Dunalastair Hotel Suites, we’ve learned that a good number are actually heading to the majestic highlands seeking adventure, excitement, and the challenge of a lifetime.
You’re familiar with the vast, rolling hills and the majestic mountains. You may even feel right at home among the expanses of lush forestry and tranquil waters, but how well do you really know the Scottish Highlands?
Today, we dive deep into the rich history, the fascinating culture, and the enchanting uniqueness of the area surrounding the Dunalastair Hotel Suites, all to bring you these five remarkable facts that you never knew about the Scottish Highlands.
Those of you who have been following our progress over the last few months will have no doubt seen our latest behind-the-scenes updates on the renovation of our luxury hotel suites here in Loch Rannoch, Perthshire.
Already, the feedback we have received from you has been fantastic, with many of you letting us know that our recent updates (both here on our blog, and on social media) have helped you make your mind up on choosing the Dunalastair Hotel Suites for your next Scottish break.
Fed up of the post-Christmas lull? Join us as we banish away those dreaded winter blues by looking ahead to an enjoyable Easter break in the Scottish Highlands with the Dunalastair Hotel Suites, set to reopen at the start of Easter week, 2017.
With the festive season now well and truly behind us, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves stuck in something of a post-Christmas rut at this time of year.
The building work is complete, the last few flourishes are being added to the decor, and the bookings are rolling in. With a little under three months before the Dunalastair Hotel Suites opens its doors on April 10th, the team offer us the latest update on the final stages of the venue’s multi-million-pound renovation project.
As the days draw ever closer to our big opening this Easter, you would perhaps be forgiven for believing that things may have started to slow down a little behind the scenes of our big refurbishment.
Now that all the bustle of Christmas is finally out of the way, you can sit back and relax and as the New Year draws in, why not find a little time to think about planning your family holiday to the Highlands in 2017. Enjoy the comforts at the new Dunalastair Hotel Suites.in Kinloch Rannoch. With a choice of luxury suites with comfy seating areas with sofa beds – ideal for the children, mini kitchens – most convenient for the kids demands, king sized beds, sumptuous furnishings and interconnecting rooms for those who fancy a little more privacy. So why not book an early bird rate and start saving both the pounds and the dates.