Murrayshall House Hotel

Address: A94 Coupar Angus Road, Scone, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH2 7PH, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on A94 Coupar Angus Road, Scone, is near Scone Palace, The Black Watch Museum, Perth Art Gallery and Museum, and Kinnoull Hill.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Golf Course


          • Breakfast Available
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Room service
          • Conference facilities
          • Banquet room
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Murrayshall House Hotel Scone

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Scone

          Seven in Seven Gables

          A travel blog entry by ceithir on Aug 24, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... that comes to the High Street in Elie and have chip butties. There's no takeaways in Elie other than the chip van. The newsagent posts the chip van timetable in their window. Libby forces Leslie to go along to the pub in the High Street and they catch up on cousin time before tea. I lie in the garden sleeping off lunch in the sun, it's a hard life but somebody has to do it. Red sky at night and Leslie, Ross and I walk along the beach and enjoy ...

          Collecting our thoughts!

          A travel blog entry by sam.kay128 on Jul 05, 2015

          ... bottle of vodka. Returning home at 5am having to leave for the air port at 6.30am was never ever going to end well.
          Not only was i basically not packed but I was so hungover and A's reactions to these things is to laugh.

          THE BLANKET is something I used to hate but laying in Edinburgh and London airport so hungover snuggled in the blanket was just truly a life saver. A storming around London aiport already falling out with me was ...

          Scotland, a place for the brave

          A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Aug 10, 2014

          4 comments, 3 photos

          ... be 10 degs celcius. We parked the car, checked in and settled in to our lovely room with not too terrible views. We were worn out so looked forward to a good nights sleep. At 3am we were woken by the piercing sound of the room fire alarm. I quickly checked it wasn't the heated towel rail setting off the alarm as we were using it as a clothes drier. MDW had kindly hand washed my underwear. How sweet is that. Grabbing wallet, iPad, medicine and ...

          Turning back time

          A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 16, 2013

          9 photos

          ... her fate. She was burned at the stake the next day. Tale two (the other version): A woman accused of witchcraft was put in the tower but the guards, in their hurry to get back downstairs to the warmth of their fire and jugs of ale, forgot to put her in irons. Back downstairs they hear a scream and see the woman outside on the cobbles with two broken legs. The uncomfortable conditions and the almost inevitable outcome have caused the woman her to jump out of the window to ...

          Stirling in the rain

          A travel blog entry by dawnc on Jul 25, 2012

          3 comments, 7 photos

          ... tapestries which are being woven on site to provide authentic (almost) decorations for the palace interiors. It takes about 14 years to do one, and then they have made it slightly coarser than the originals were.

          The revamping of the great hall with its conspicuous lime wash is said to make it look as it did when new in the 15th Century, but I expect there would have been considerable debate as it is such ...