The Royal Dunkeld Hotel

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Royal Dunkeld Hotel Atholl Street

The Royal Dunkeld Hotel, Dunkeld

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Positioned on the banks of the River Tay this former coaching inn offers comfortable modern accommodation Free Wi-Fi Free parking and a popular on-site restaurant. Comfortable and modernised en suite bedrooms offer a range of facilities including TV radio telephone hairdryer trouser press and tea/coffee facilities. Budget rooms can also be found in the adjacent annexe perfect for groups backpackers and hikers.

The Woodland Bistro offers innovative menus which change on a daily basis with meals prepared using the finest local produce. Woodlands Bistro offers an extensive lunch and supper menu including seasonal specials board. The traditional 1809 bar with open fire and a wide range of beers and spirits houses a pool table and dart board while in good weather the beer garden provides yet another alternative for sitting and enjoying lunch supper or just a drink.

Dunkeld s central location makes it the perfect base for travelling to various locations in Scotland. Excellent fishing can be found on the River Tay while there is a wide choice of golf courses within a 20 mile radius.

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