Located less than 40 minutes from the Dunalastair Hotel Suites in nearby Pitlochry, the famous Explorers Garden has been long enjoyed as one of Perthshire’s top Scottish holiday attractions, as much for its fascinating glimpse into Scotland’s past as for its beautiful display of rare flora and fauna.
With only four months to go before our grand reopening on April 10th, the Dunalastair Hotel Suites have already begun accepting bookings from couples, families, and groups eager to be the first to stay at our newly renovated hotel suites.
Yet with each suite boasting breath-taking views of the Perthshire Highlands, exquisitely comfortable interiors, and all the modern amenities you’d expect from a first class hotel, it seems some of you truly are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing the best accommodation type for your Scottish getaway.
At this time of year the winter nights are drawing in and it already seems as if we haven’t seen sunlight for far too long. But there’s a light on the horizon – pun intended. December 21st sees the Winter Solstice, marking the longest night of the year, so summer is (technically) on its way back!
From Romantic Saints to Ancient Scottish Traditions: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Valentine’s Day
The Beatles once told us that all we need is love. Charles M Schulz, creator of everyone’s favourite loveable loser, Charlie Brown, famously added the proviso that ‘a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt, either.’ Here in Loch Rannoch, as we gaze out among the truly beautiful scenery from the Dunalastair Hotel Suite’s luxury bridal suite, we couldn’t help but look forward to a little bit of both.