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The charming Dunalastair Hotel Suites is an oasis of luxury, set on the edge of Loch Rannoch and at the foot of the Schiehallion Mountain. Combining excellent boutique accommodation with welcoming friendly service, as well as serving freshly prepared traditional Scottish dishes.
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Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 32
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Kinloch Rannoch is a privately owned 5* Victorian hotel surrounded by the naturally stunning Loch Rannoch and the picturesque Scottish Highlands. The breath-taking surroundings offer endless opportunities for hiking, hill walking, fishing, golfing and on and off-road cycling as well as sightseeing and activities and experiences for all the family. Having recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment, The Dunalastair offers an oasis of luxury fusing the period stoned features of the building with modern and contemporary interiors.
Accommodation at the Dunalastair Hotel Suites is perfectly in tune with the naturally stunning surroundings of Kinloch Rannoch. Each of the 32 spacious, beautifully designed boutique hotel suites combine modern amenities, along with breath-taking Highland views, and an authentic Scottish feel. Complimentary wifi is available in all rooms as well as an elegantly designed en-suite bathroom, complete with walk-in shower, sumptuously soft bathrobes, and Scottish aromatherapy products.
Although each luxury suite contains a state of the art mini kitchen, the Dunalastair Hotel Suites has a great on site restaurant available daily from 8am to 9pm offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a variety of light bites. Edina’s Kitchen menu offers hearty meals prepared from fresh, locally sourced produce, delicious, traditional Scottish dishes, and quick snacks for those on the go, as well as a lounge area where you can relax, and enjoy a coffee or two.
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The accommodation at the Dunalastair Hotel provide the ultimate relaxation with their lavishly comfortable beds, elegant en-suite bathrooms complete with bathrobes, slippers and complimentary Scottish aromatherapy toiletries, and a full range of services.
Sleeping up to two adults, the exquisite comfort, elegant design, and captivating views make the Superior Rooms the most in-demand accommodation type at the luxury hotel in Perthshire.
The premium quality Deluxe suites sleep two adults, making them the perfect choice for those looking to add an extra touch of luxury to their romantic Scottish break or weekend getaway.
Grand Deluxe Suites
The Grand Deluxe suites at the Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Perthshire are generously sized to provide the very best in comfort, and convenience for up to three adults, or a family of two adults and two children under 12.
Generously sized to accommodate groups of up to three adults (or two adults with two children under twelve), the one-bedroom luxury hotel suites offer everything you’ll need for a truly relaxing Scottish Highland break. Each suite can be fitted with your choice of king size or twin beds so that you and your party can enjoy the highest standards of comfort throughout your stay.
Boasting breath-taking views of the awe-inspiring Scottish Highlands, lavishly comfortable furnishings, and a full range of modern amenities, the two-bedroom family suites offer a unique opportunity to treat your loved ones to the ultimate in luxury on your next Scottish break.
Bar & Restaurant
Edina’s Kitchen at the Dunalastair Hotel Suites is open seven days a week and offers a delicious and varied menu of authentic Scottish dishes, hearty evening meals and light snacks.
The menu is varied, and includes a selection of vegetarian options. If you have any special dietary requirement the team will to their best to accommodate your requirements.
If even leaving your room seems like too much trouble after an action-packed day, the Edina’s Kitchen offers room service, delivering freshly prepared dishes direct to your hotel suite. Room Service is available daily between 5pm – 9pm.
Packed lunches can also be arranged for those who are planning to take a long walk among the beautiful surroundings, hire mountain bikes, or simply head a little further afield for a big day out visiting Perthshire’s many stunning sights.
Directions to Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Kinloch Rannoch
From Glasgow (108 miles)
Head east on the M8 towards Edinburgh
Bear off onto the M80 following signs for Stirling and the Kincardine Bridge
In approximately 18 miles, continue following signs for the M80 Stirling
After about 6 miles, continue onto the M9 northbound
Follow the M9 all the way to Perth
Then follow signs for Inverness on the A9 northbound
Turn off the A9 after Pitlochry and follow signs for Kinloch Rannoch. In light traffic, your journey should take around 2 hours 35 minutes.
From Edinburgh (95 miles)
Take the A90, cross the Forth Road Bridge heading northbound then the carriageway will become the M90
Take the M90 in the direction of Perth, once in Perth, follow signs for the A9 northbound, following signs for Inverness.
Follow the A9 past Dunkeld and Pitlochry, then take the B847 following signs for Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch.
After approximately 10 miles you turn onto the B846, keep following signs for Kinloch Rannoch, then follow the road until you get to the village itself.
From Aberdeen (119 miles)
Head south on A90 in the direction of Dundee and Perth, passing Stonehaven and Laurencekirk.
At the Kirriemuir junction, near Forfar, turn onto the A926 following signs for Blairgowrie.
Pass through Blairgowrie and continue following signs for the A9 Perth and Dunkeld.
When reaching A9, join the carriageway northbound heading for Inverness.
Turn off for Kinloch Rannoch a little north of Pitlochry.
From Inverness (82 miles)
Follow the A9 southbound out of Inverness.
Follow the road past Aviemore, Kingussie, Newtonmore and Dalwhinnie.
At approximately 62 miles, you will cross the Drumochter Summit and around 7 miles later you turn off of the A9 following signs for Trinafour.
Take care navigating through these minor roads, if followed in a rough southern and westerly direction should lead to Kinloch Rannoch.
From Fort William (70 miles)
Take the A82 northbound out of Fort William
At Spean Bridge turn right onto the A86 following signs for Dalwhinnie and Perth A9.
Continue for approximately 30 miles then turn right onto the A889 near Dalwhinnie.
Follow signs for the village and later arrive at the A9 join southbound, following signs for Perth.
At around mile 50 cross the Drumochter Summit, and around 7 miles later you turn off of the A9 following signs for Trinafour.
If you plan to join us by train, Rannoch Station is the closest to Dunalatsair Hotel. Once arriving in Rannoch Station, it is approximately a 35-minutes drive to Dunalastair Hotel Suites. As there is no bus service of alternate public transport, we can offer a stress-free shuttle service to get you from Rannoch Station to us. Shuttle service – from and to Rannoch Station (£20 each way)
From Pitlochry head towards the Westend Car Park. Take Bus No.82 towards B846, 19 Stops, 1 hour and get off at The Village Kinloch Rannoch.
Hotel Notice BoardUnless otherwise stated, guests staying on a rate inclusive of dinner will receive an Dinner allowance of £30pppn. This allowance should cover 2 courses.
There is no shortage of things to see, do, and explore while staying at the Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Kinloch Rannoch.
This area is a popular destination for walking, cycling, and fishing holidays in Scotland. The picturesque village of Kinloch Rannoch near Pitlochry is surrounded on all sides by remarkable natural beauty spots, activity centres, and unique visitor attractions.
Loch Rannoch is well-served with a wealth of magnificent walking and hiking trails. Follow the fascinating Clan Trail around the loch for an insight into the turbulent history of the Clans native to the area. For cyclists the quiet flat roads surrounding the loch are ideal for taking in the spectacular views. The road is used for the famous annual Etape Caledonia, a closed road 80-mile cycling event, so you’ll be in good company!
Explore film locations! Just outside of Kinloch Rannoch village, you’ll find the Dunalastair Estate, famous for its role in hit American-British TV drama, Outlander. The show’s memorable scene involving the disappearance of Claire through the Standing Stones was shot here.
That famous moment in Trainspotting, where Ewan McGregor and his pals head out into the countryside for some fresh air, was filmed here, as were several scenes in the timeless 1975 hit historical comedy, Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Not too surprisingly given the Scottish folk hero’s connection with Loch Rannoch, the Moor was also used for scenes in the 1995 biopic Rob Roy, starring Liam Neeson.