Scotland's Hotel & Spa

Address: 40 Bonnethill Road, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, Scotland, PH16 5BT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 40 Bonnethill Road, Pitlochry, is near Edradour Distillery, Queen's View, Ben Vrackie, and Black Spout Wood.
Map this hotel

Amenities

Photos of Scotland's Hotel & Spa

             

          Historical Traveler Reviews Scotland's Hotel & Spa Pitlochry

          Book This hotel Now, You Will Love It!

          from

          Just arrived home today after a 2night weekend break at the Scotlands without the kids, it was marvelous! Had read the couple of bad reviews listed on trip adviser so was a bit weary but we were not disappointed at all. Got a good deal through [-------------] and use this site rather than Best Westerns! We got 2 nights DB&B for 118pounds and it was a bargain. We nearly booked the Fishers as it was listed at the same price however, we met people staying at the Fishers and they were a bit disappointed. The service from all staff from cleaners to head waiters was exceptional, everyone friendly and the food was out of this world, haven't eaten so good in a long time. The leisure complex is great and myself and hubby had the pool to ourselves when we arrived on the Friday. There's a mini-gym, sauna and solarium (should you wish to pretend you holidayed further a field). The room was maybe a bit on the small side but was spotlessly clean with all the usual bits and bobs you'd expect in a hotel room. You'll not spend much time in the room though as plenty to do. There hotel is a stones throw from the main street where theres lovely shops and a couple of nice drinking establishments. All in all we had a superb break and will be back very soon but with the kids next time as they'd love the pool and all the things to do around Pitlochry and the hotel is very child friendly too! Go book it now and don't listen to those earlier bad reviews!!!

          Great location and facilities

          from

          We stayed at this hotel for a short break (myself, husband and child).

          The rooms were spacious, clean and had all the amenities that one would expect. The staff were really friendly and always made an effort to chat to our child. We loved the swimming pool and other leisure facilities, I treated myself to a aromatherapy treatment - superb!

          The food was varied, well presented and the service in the restaurant was efficient and friendly. The drinks were a bit expensive, however, we have come to expect that in hotels!

          One evening we ate in Luigi's Bistro for a change. It offers an Italian menu with a huge choice of pasta's, pizza's and some classic main courses along with well known Italian starters and desserts. This really appealed to us.

          We would definately recommend this hotel for a short break - there is lots to do and see in the area.

          Great Family Hotel

          from

          We have just returned from a short break at Scotland's Hotel. I don't drive, so the location is excellent for local shops, Pitlochry Theatre and bus stop.

          Very friendly staff, the hotel is an old building but is clean, we had a family room with comfortable beds and spotlessly clean en-suite facilities.

          I personally thought the food was excellent, very well-presented and there was plenty of it. The service in the restaurant was very efficient. I was impressed by the promotion a Scottish menu promoting local fresh produce. The children's menu has a good choice for even the fussiest child.

          The hotel includes free use of the leisure facilities with good size pool, spa, gym, solarium and sauna.

          I recommend this hotel as family friendly and would definitely return.

          Fine as a base

          from

          My husband and I stayed here in June for two nights. It's rated 3* and was fine as a base. Our room and bathroom were a good size and the location was perfect - right in the heart of Pitlochry. We were in the annex which was fine but you have to park in the hotel and walk so not really suitable for older people. The junior staff were lovely however one of the senior male managers spent a great deal of time getting on to them in full view of guests - not very professional! Luigi's restaurant was fine for pizza and pasta but I wouldn't recommend eating in the main dining room. The food was pretty awful! Stay here if you're looking for a base to explore the area but don't expect much and eat elsewhere!

          Give It A Miss!

          from

          Was not impressed with this hotel at all. Graded as a 3 star - they should drop a star or two! The hotel is shabby and has a musty smell. We booked at the very last minute on a Saturday at lunchtime to spend 1 night away. The price we were quoted was 65 DBB per person or 55 B & B - not cheap. I asked if there was anything cheaper as it was a late booking and was told "No sorry". I then informed the receptionist that I had e-mailed them the previous evening late on and had got a reply that morning at 9am stating 55 DBB per person. She apologised and said it was her mistake that it was 55 DBB!!! Anyway, got to the hotel and our room was in the main building and okay but the bathroom ceiling was starting to come away, like they had had a flood and not fixed it. Drink is very expensive and you'll wait ages to be served. One pint of lager and a half lager shandy - 4.75. One diet coke poured out of a Diet Coke bottle in front of you was 1.75. Go down the Co-op and buy your own, it would be cheaper. About the prices - on their website they quote 72 B & B but if you go on to laterooms.com they advertise this at 60 per room B & B and this is not discounted.

          Anyway, the standard of cleanliness is poor. The seats are all stained in the club bar overlooking the pool and on the window ledge behind our seats was half a dozen dead flies/bluebottles. This hotel used to have a very good reputation - what's happened?

          Super Family room

          from

          Just spent two nights dinner bed & breakfast at Scotlands Hotel. Our family room was in the main building and what a great size it was with two single beds at one end and a double bed and the other end of the room. Plenty of space for everyone to relax in. Table and very comfortable chairs also in room. The bathroom was also larger than normal and very clean and bright. Plenty of hot water too.With two large windows in the room we also had a great view of the hills and town.

          I enjoyed the quality of the food, with meals being very well presented and great use of local produce. The staff were very efficient in their roles and always polite and friendly. I found the restaurant staff in particular very good.

          With an adaquate swimming pool/spa/sauna and mini gym this hotel is a great place to spend a couple of nights to relax in. The location is excellent giving you the opportunity to leave your car in the carpark and enjoy walking in the area.

          Great Location. Good staff

          from

          Spent night here on dinner bed and breakfast basis.Dinner had limited choice but was well cooked and presented by friendly staff. Entertainment was provided by a good 2 piece band which added to atmosphere in dining room. Bar was less than intimate as you had to walk through both it and dining room to get to swimming pool. Breakfast selection was ok but cooked version a bit geasy.

          Our bedroom heating was not working,on a night that was -5c, but helpful girl at reception arranged for a fan heater. Room was small but clean and good supply of tea coffee etc.

          Above all location is ideal,right in town centre within easy walk of all sites with ample parking.

          On the whole we enjoyed stay and would return.

          Staff need to pull their socks up!

          from

          Another reviewer wondered if the staff were as bad at other times of the year than at Christmas. Well, after a weekend break at the Scotlands Hotel, I can report that things have yet to improve.

          I couldn't tell if the problem was lack of staff, or if they were just incredibly slow, but everything from ordering a drink to getting an iron sent up to the room took ten times longer than it should.

          The food was pretty good, but a 7 supplement on the dinner price to have the steak was excessive. The drinks selection was below standard: only two crummy beer taps and the house white came out of a 1.5l screwcap bottle - and tasted like it.

          Overall, the hotel was comfortable if a bit threadbare in places, and the older members in our party who take life at a slower pace were happy with the hotel. If you don't set your standards too high, and can get a good deal, this is the place for you.

          Comfortable hotel

          from

          Comfortable hotel, lovely room, beautiful bathroom.Meals excellent, manager and reception staff couldn't have been more helpful. Waiters and waitress in dining room were lovely and most pleasant, always had a smile. Lovely pool area. Our room was in the Bank annexe and didn't present a problem because the weather was lovely (May 2004), but when I go again I will ask for a room in the main building, because you have to leave the annexe and walk out in to the street and down (50 yards) to the main door of the hotel, not too convenient if it is raining and you're heading for the dining room or if you are coming back from a swim in colder weather. I wish they would provide a box for staff gratuities because it was impossible to tip every-one and they were all so nice.

          Christmas at Scotlands Hotel

          from

          My husband and i spent Christmas 2002 at Scotlands Hotel Pitlochry. Our room was in the Bank annexe next door to the main hotel and was superb, very well furnished very clean and quiet.

          Christmas cheer in this hotel did not extend to the staff particularly the management who were miserable and unfriendly. Scrooge would have been happy here at Christmas time.

          The welcome drink had to prised out of the Manager who was down right rude. Our table and service on Christmas day lunch was appalling. Food was good, well presented service poor.

          Entertainment was passable but the staff attitude could have made a lot of diiference. There was no Christmas cheer here.

          Lovely hotel, superb room, good food spoilt by bad manners and bad service from management and staff.

          I wonder if the unhelpful miserable attitude prevails all year.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Scotland's Hotel & Spa Pitlochry

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Pitlochry

          Inverness to Perth

          A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 24, 2015

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... drive so we decided to stop at some of the towns on the way. The first stop was at a small town called Aviemore that is the gateway to nearby ski fields and other tourist attractions. We were particularly impressed with the display of autumn leaves mixed in with evergreen trees with snow-capped mountains in the background - the first snow of the season..

          Next town to be visited was Newtonmore where we found the Highland Folk Museum. Without realising the time ...

          Last Stop of the Day

          A travel blog entry by loza92 on Oct 12, 2015

          1 photo

          Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
          This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
          If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.

          Nice to look around
          ...

          Pitlochry Days 1 & 2

          A travel blog entry by merrypalmer on Aug 18, 2013

          20 photos

          So..! We find ourselves driving to a place called Pitlochry where we have beds to rest on by the good graces of God..! Although we were already sick of driving and it took a little longer than we'd hoped, it was a more beautiful scenic drive with a detour through some of the Loch Lomond national park. We had been told about the trossachs and thought this might be a nice place to go. Sometimes I feel like we're on a penny bike hike... You know, flip a coin ...

          Phase 17 Day 3

          A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on Jun 07, 2012

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... new A9 which passed high above the small single storey cottages that we were walking by and close to the site of the Battle of Killicrankie which occurred in 1689. The Roadie phoned as he had finished his jobs, washing and making spag bol and wanted to join us. We met him at Blair Atholl where the Deputy Roadie had sourced a fish and chip shop- we could hardly refuse could we? We sat and enjoyed chips with our lunch of lamb rolls before heading on. Blair Atholl is dominated by ...

          Lets shop!

          A travel blog entry by mleary on Aug 25, 2011

          5 photos

          ... are so hard to replicate in Australia.

          Well we returned substantially poorer and bro seemed unharmed but I did think that he looked a little rumpled, as though he had fallen in the water and then dried off in the hours since. Mmmm maybe it's my imagination. And sadly for him there were no little tiddlers that were attracted to his line. He did claim that a rather large fish teased him by continuing to jump where his line had been but there was no proof so who knows.


          ...