Craigmhor Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

27 West Moulin Road
PH16 5EF

Craigmhor Lodge, Pitlochry

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Accommodation Description:

This beautiful Victorian Lodge with many traditional features, has outstanding views over the Tummel Valley yet lies in the centre of Pitlochry in private secluded gardens. Personally run by Jane and Calum MacLellan, a relaxed atmosphere prevails with high standards of service and housekeeping. A newly built Courtyard complex offers elegantly appointed, spacious bedrooms.

These have all the amenities of a quality hotel - and more - plasma TV, iPod docking station with surround sound (even in the bathroom!), and internet access points. With the added bonus of a woodland or courtyard outlook, from either a private balcony or a patio, peace and serenity are guaranteed! Tastefully designed bathrooms, many with free-standing bath and separate walk-in shower, allow for luxurious personal pampering. Breakfast at Craigmhor Lodge is a highlight and we would be delighted to advise and make dinner reservations at restaurants in Pitlochry during your stay.

We can offer ground floor rooms, family suites and a spacious room with facilities for the disabled.

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From: £139.00

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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George, who spoke no English, had only entered the country for the first time a month earlier

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