Push open the broad oak door of this Scottish country house hotel to find yourself in the elegant Hall where a cheery welcome awaits you from Angela and the reception team. As you step into the warmth, comfort and tranquillity of this comfortable country family home, you cannot fail to notice the uniquely informal and relaxed atmosphere - there's a cosy bar and welcoming sitting rooms with squashy curl-up-and-read-a-book sofas next to our roaring log fire.
The Main House is principally Victorian, built by J. Arthur Campbell in 1896 – and some of the beautiful original features remain, including oak panelling and 19th century family portraits. Wonderful arrangements of fresh scented flowers adorn treasured occasional tables and bookcases. A plentiful supply of the latest lifestyle magazines are available in the lounges, or just sit and look at the view with afternoon tea, pre-dinner drink or night cap.
For the enthusiast, our library is full of books, both old and new and we have a far-ranging supply of board games and DVDs for those wishing to make their own entertainment. Choose to dine in our formal AA 2 Rosette Dining room or, for a more relaxed meal, our Chartroom Bistro offers fabulous light meals and snacks. For truly special dining why not choose your own menu in our tasteful wood panelled library and enjoy private dining for 2-18 people. At night ascend the staircase to one of the 5 Main House luxury bedrooms or stroll through to the Cedar Wing to one of 20 ensuite bedrooms, all with balcony or terrace overlooking the truly breathtaking views.