Dunalastair Hotel News

One for the bucket list

Visiting the Scottish Highlands is something  everyone should put on their bucket list. Don’t go to your grave before you get the chance to feast your eyes on some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet.

Yes, it’s usually raining, no matter the time of year – but without all that water there would be no tall pine trees; no mists gently rolling through the forests; no roaring rivers and ascading fountains – and no whisky.

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Take a romantic break in Kinloch Rannoch

This Victorian hotel in Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, is offering one- and two-night packages which include pink fizz, chocolate and roses. Available from 9-18 February. One Night £285; two nights £495. Prices includes dinner and B&B based on two people sharing.

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Perthshire suites are a star attraction

Kinloch Rannoch was once best known as a bolthole for politicians including Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher – now it’s making a name in film tourism. Scenes from the Harry Potter films, Trainspotting and TV series Outlander were shot in the rugged landscape around the Perthshire village.

The claim to fame of our destination, the newly-refurbished Dunalastair Hotel Suites, is clear to see in the restaurant where Liam Neeson’s kilted outfit from Rob Roy hangs in a frame.

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Peak Highlands in Loch Rannoch

Tucked against the eastern bank of Loch Rannoch, the village of Kinloch Rannoch plays host to Dunalastair Hotel Suites. After some recent renovations, this Victorian hotel now offers luxury accommodation for guests from all over the world.

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