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.
After the long cold winter, it’s time to spring into a well-deserved Easter break, which is why the team here at the award-winning Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Highland Perthshire recently launched our latest special offer, helping you enjoy the ultimate in five-star luxury for less.
Already booked your Easter getaway? Here’s everything you need to know to plan the perfect spring break in the Scottish Highlands.
A brand new year is upon us and, if our calendar is anything to go by, it’s going to be the most exciting one yet for guests at our five-star hotel in Highland Perthshire.
After all, while the beautiful scenery, fantastic walking routes and fascinating historical landmarks already make the Highlands a perfect getaway destination, those visiting us throughout 2020 will have even more to look forward to.
Did you know that out of the millions of people who visit Scotland every year, 46% of them do so in the autumn and winter months?
While this may come as a surprise to anyone for whom a holiday is strictly a summertime event, for those of us who’ve experienced the captivating beauty of a Scottish winter up close and personal, it makes absolute sense that increasing numbers of visitors are flocking to the Highlands in the off-season.
Scotland may be better known for its haggis, shortbread, and good old neeps and tatties, but did you know the country is fast becoming a veritable hotbed for vegan food?
With some 350,000 Scots said to be eating a plant-based diet and a further 14% of those responding to a Vegan Society survey considering ditching meat and dairy in the future, it’s no wonder that we’ve seen a wealth of new stores, festivals and vegan restaurants in Scotland open up over the past few years.
Here at the five-star Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Highland Perthshire, we recently announced the launch of our own Flawlessly Vegan menu, offering a fresh, delicious array of plant-based options at our in-house restaurant, Monadh Dining.