Murrayshall House Hotel, Scone, PerthThe Murrayshall House Hotel in Scone is set in over 350 acres of park and woodland. With over 41 bedrooms including sixteen suites all of which are individually styled, furnished and decorated. (0)1738 551171 11am 4 From £85.00
Private Car Park
On Site Golf
The Murrayshall House Hotel in Scone is set in beautiful Perthshire countryside
Private Car Park
On Site Golf
Number of Bedrooms: 41
Parking Spaces: 100
Steps into Hotel: 1
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Murrayshall House Hotel in Scone is set in 350 acres of beautiful park and woodland populated by deer, hare and wild birds. The historic Murrayshall house hotel is overlooked by spectacular mountains and is within reach of both the diverse city of Perth and Mile upon mile of beautiful Perthshire countryside.
With forty-one bedrooms including sixteen suites, all of the bedrooms at the Murrayshall Hotel are individually styled, furnished and decorated, giving a unique blend of tradition and modern day luxury. This country house hotel in Perthshire also provides a gun cupboard, golf club storage, fishing tackle storage and a drying room.
With award-winning chef in the kitchen, you can rest assured that when it comes to fine dining at Murrayshall House Hotel, they take the quality of their food and drink very seriously. Whether you choose the informal and peaceful ambience of the Club Bar and Restaurant for your evening meal, or the relaxing backdrop of the traditional Old Masters restaurant - after a pre-dinner drink in the comfortable cocktail bar and lounge - the superb cuisine and high levels of service are sure to make every meal a special one.
The Murrayshall Estate is home to both the Murrayshall and Lynedoch Golf Courses. Two prestigious but very different eighteen hole courses, they provide a hugely enjoyable challenge for guests and visiting golfers.
The Murrayshall House Hotel in Scone offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
The moment you walk into your personal sanctuary in the main house, you can't help but be pleasantly surprised by the high ceilings, traditional décor and personal touches which ensure a relaxing and memorable visit.
Need to send a quick email perhaps, or fancy catching up with the latest sports news on television? Or maybe you’d prefer a long hot bath before supper, complete with luxury soaps and shampoos? With such well-equipped luxury on hand, you’ll soon find the Murrayshall Hotel is your home from home.
The Murrayshall Lodges
Built in 2000, the Murrayshall Lodges are situated just fifty yards from the main house and offer spacious comfortable accommodation and quality facilities.
Again, you’ll notice the small touches most, like the luxurious linen, large well-appointed bathroom and complimentary mineral water and shortbread.
Standard Rooms: anything but...
Set in the sumptuous elegance of the original house, our Standard Rooms are characterised by their exquisite charm and comfort.
Because all eight Standard Rooms are individually decorated, each has its own unique character and appeal. The rooms are light and airy, reflective of the acres of fresh air at your fingertips. Every Standard Room is en suite with traditional fittings in keeping with the room’s classic, rural decor.
Superior Rooms: relax in luxury
The Superior Rooms are found in the original Murrayshall house, and offer the same rustic character of the standard room but with extra space.
Cast ordinary notions of hotel rooms aside; the Superior Rooms, all with en suite bathrooms and some with vestibules, give you spectacular views of the private estate and surrounding countryside.
Junior Suite: rustic but modern
If you like to be a little more self-contained, the Junior Suite offers you stunning lodge accommodation in the Murrayshall Hotel grounds.
Still very much in the country house style, the suite consists of open plan studios, all modern and light, most with an additional double sofa bed. With a modern bathroom and power shower, the Junior Suite caters for your every need.
Fairway Suite: character and space combined
The Fairway Suites are situated in the lodges, set in the grounds of Murrayshall House
Larger than the Junior Lodge suites, these rooms have a separate lounge and work space area, and a sizeable bathroom with power shower. With a comfortable sofa bed available in the lounge, this lodge is ideal for families.
Lynedoch Suites: the memorable lodge experience
The largest and most luxurious of all the lodge suites, The Lynedoch suites offer you a fabulous lounge area, dining table, separate bath and shower room.
The suite takes its name from the spectacular views across the Lynedoch Golf Course, and are set in the grounds of Murrayshall Hotel just a few steps from the main house. There is a work area with desk and chair, modem and ISDN access.
Every lodge keeps in with the country house feel of the hotel, but contains lighter furniture and more contemporary bathroom fittings to add modern comfort.
Master Suite: our biggest and best
The Master Suite is the most well appointed and spacious in the Murrayshall House Hotel, and offers some of the best views in the whole of Scotland. Mullioned windows overlook the 18th hole of the Championship Golf Course, and the Strathmore Valley and Grampian mountains beyond.
The suite is the grandest of those in the original house, with a large lounge with outstanding views. There is a small adjacent lounge which can be used as extra accommodation.
Families are welcome here at Murrayshall the suites can comfortably accommodate two adults and two children with additional cots if required. Please contact Classic Britain to book for Families.
Bar & Restaurant
Old Masters Restaurant at Murrayshall House Hotel
Delivering a refined dining experience in a relaxed traditional atmosphere, the award winning Old Masters restaurant has held two AA rosettes for it's cuisine constantly for the past fifteen years.
A popular destination restaurant with wonderful views across the golf course, offering exciting menus to get your taste buds tingling. Service is professional yet friendly with every effort made to ensure you feel comfortable and relaxed. Throughout the year the Old Masters offers many opportunities to learn about speciality wines and foods through our gourmet evenings and regular cookery demonstrations as well as being an ever popular destination for all those special occasions such as Mothers Day, Valentine's Day and of course Christmas.
The perfect fine dining option for those who love food, and for those visiting the Murrayshall Hotel for a wedding, pre race luncheon or special occasion, wither it be for lunch or dinner, the Old Masters restaurant provides for sixty covers in a laid back but prestigious setting that befits the character and history of Murrayshall House.
Stutts Bar and Restaurant at Murrayshall House Hotel
The informal Stutts Bar is the ideal dining option for walkers, golfers, corporate guest and families; the flexible Club Restaurant has a relaxed and congenial atmosphere. So if you fancy a bite of lunch after the back nine or would like to sit down with the children and enjoy a family meal, the friendly service and traditional menus in the Club will be an enjoyable experience.
Applying the same high culinary standards as dishes served in the Old Masters restaurant, diners in The Club can expect delicious twists on traditional favourites, with locally sourced seasonal produce being incorporated in all our menus.
Stutts Bar and Restaurant operates seasonal opening times during the winter months.
Sunday Carvery is available between 12:30pm and 2:30pm every sunday.
Directions to the Murrayshall House Hotel in Scone
The Murrayshall Estate is situated just 3 miles from the city of Perth. From the centre of Perth follow signs for Coupar Angus (A94) and follow signposts for Murrayshall Estate.
Travel times from the nearest airports are (approx):
Glasgow - 1 hour
Edinburgh - 50 mins
Aberdeen - 90 mins
Directions from Edinburgh
Follow signs for the A90/M90 Forth Road Bridge. Toll 80p northbound only.
Follow M90 to Perth, then take A85 Dundee/Aberdeen. Cross the Friarton Bridge over the River Tay and take exit immediately signposted after the bridge, A94 Coupar Angus road.
Follow the A94 to a set of Traffic Lights, go straight ahead. Straight through the next set of lights. At the 3rd section of traffic lights the A94 bends to the right (still signposted Coupar Angus).
Follow this road for approx. 1 ½ miles. You will see a sign for Murrayshall (a right turn). If you arrive in New Scone you have come too far and should turn back. Follow the turnoff for 1 ¾ miles.
The entrance to the Murrayshall Hotel is the first entrance.
Directions from Glasgow
Follow A80/A90 signs for Stirling, then A9 for Perth. Then follow from M90 as per above
Directions from Aberdeen
Follow the A92 to Forfar then A94 to Coupar Angus, Burrelton then Balbeggie.
1 mile past Balbeggie is a sign on the left for Murrayshall. Follow road ½ mile to the next Murrayshall sign which is on the right.
After ½ mile you will arrive at the entrance to the Golf Course and Murrayshall House Hotel.
Hotel Notice BoardGuest who are staying on a rate inclusive of Dinner may choose from the a la carte menu with an allowance of £25.00 on 3-course inclusive dinner option only. Should your selected dishes be over this allowance, the additional charges will be added to your room account. Due to the popularity of the Old Masters restaurant dinner may be served in the Stutts Bar. If you prefer to dine in the Old Master restaurant we would advise to book a dinner time at the time of making your hotel reservation. Best Room Available - you will be allocated the best available room on check in. Please note that a superior room is not guaranteed, unless you have opted to pay the supplement for a guaranteed upgrade.
With a magnificent blank canvas of beautiful landscape, Hamilton J Stutt had over 350 acres of Perthshire countryside to work with. Laid out before him was a mature woodland estate dating back to the 1600's. He sympathetically used the natural contours and the Murrayshall course meanders through tree lined fairways, undulating parkland and has several natural burns which have been used to protect the large greens. The introduction of the white sand bunkers which are a feature of the Murrayshall course lie in waiting for errant shots.
Hamilton J Stutt returned to design the Lynedoch Course and make great use of the existing natural woodland, utilised the wild flower meadows that nature intended and carved a real wee gem of a course.
Both courses are a real contrast to one another – Murrayshall Championship, the wider, longer course requires length and accuracy from the tee shot, this will allow golfers the opportunity to approach greens from the correct angle, widening the view of the pin. Lynedoch however is shorter but no less a challenge, tighter fairways, bracken filled gullies and tall Scots Pine trees narrow the golfer’s view of fairways and greens.
With two different golf courses, both set out to a fabulous standard of play, the courses have attracted national and international events over the years. Currently the home to the Paul Lawrie Scottish Schools Championship, Murrayshall and Lynedoch have also hosted PGA events along with SGU National Finals and most recently was the Inaugural Scottish venue for the Sky Sports Trilby Tour.
With so much on offer to keen golfers of all levels, it’s no surprise that Murrayshall House Hotel has become globally renowned as a provider of top quality golfing breaks and golf days out in the historic home of golf.
For golfing guests who want to practise their swing before heading out onto the prestigious Championship or Lynedoch courses, Murrayshall House offers a well-equipped golf driving range to help hone your skills.
The driving range is floodlit and provides modern facilities for golfers at any level of proficiency
Murrayshall Golf Professional Shop
Spring opening hours from Friday 23rd March 2012 -
Monday to Friday 8:00 am
Saturday Sunday 6:30 am