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One of Perthshire best-kept secrets, nestled within the Trossachs National Park is the Four Seasons Hotel. Independently owned this three star hotel boasts breath-taking views over Loch Earn, spacious bedrooms including hillside chalets and the award-winning Seasons View restaurant.
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Number of Bedrooms: 18
Parking Spaces: 20
Steps into Hotel: 3
Check In Time: 5pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans occupies a truly remarkable location, nestled within the captivating landscape of Perthshire. With its award-winning status, this hotel boasts breathtaking views overlooking Loch Earn as well as skilfully blending the charm of the past with subtle modern enhancements. Sitting on the edge of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs Nation Park allows for an abundance of things to see and do while staying at the Four Seasons Hotel including following the Outlander Trail, bagging a Munro or exploring Scotland’s historic past from castles to battlefields.
Offering individual, spacious bedroom accommodation of a high standard the Four Seasons Hotel is sure to be the ideal choice for your escape to the Highlands. As well as bedrooms in the main hotel building, you can choose to enjoy the surrounding landscape and stay in one of the delightful chalets. One of which the Beatles stayed in back in 1964 and has been rebranded with a bit retro 60’s funky feel. Certain secondary bedrooms in the chalets feature bunk beds suspended in a nautical, ships' style, ideal for children. Those with a youthful spirit appreciate the allure of staying in a log cabin and reconnecting with nature. Within the main hotel, all the rooms facing the front have undergone upgrades and are now designated as Earn View rooms, each offering stunning views—curiously enough, of Loch Earn! Dogs are more than welcome to come along and enjoy a holiday in St Fillans with the family. Designated pet-friendly and no pet-friendly rooms are available at the Four Seasons Hotel.
The Seasons View Restaurant is located within the main hotel building and brings to it’s guests the essence of the outdoors, seamlessly integrated into both the cuisine and décor. Seasons View has consistently secured awards for its culinary excellence for over two decades through the AA rosette scheme—an acknowledgement of the dedication and passion exhibited by the chefs who have presided over the kitchen throughout the years. The Little Larder at The Four Seasons which is open seasonally is a quaint gift shop with a focus on local Scottish products currently trading in the hotel reception area.
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As a quaint, privately-owned hotel, the Four Seasons Hotel provide well-appointed and generously sized individual bedrooms that adhere to high-quality standards. Each room is equipped with modern amenities, such as flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer, and, naturally, an en-suite bath and shower. Recent developments include the addition of mood lighting and USB chargers in select rooms, along with the introduction of new king-size beds.
The Chalets at the Four Seasons are a great choice when looking for something a bit different or if you prefer to enjoy the great outdoors but with all the home comforts. You can even stay in the same Chalet as the Beatles once did back in 1964. The décor has been much updated since then, however still has a retro 60’s funky vibe throughout. Some of the second bedrooms in the chalets have ship’s style suspension bunk beds which are perfect for children.
Within the main hotel you can choose to upgrade to a front facing room which are known as the Earn Rooms, all with spectacular views , strangely enough of Loch Earn!
The Highland rooms benefit from a four-poster bed and premier positioning in the original part of the hotel These have a number of added extras including mood lighting, coffee machines and USB chargers.
Catering to those who enjoy a self catering holiday in Scotland, the Four Seasons Hotel offers the Vivaldi's apartment—an inviting two-bedroom self-catering accommodation. During your stay, you have full access to the hotel's amenities. This apartment can be reserved with a bed and breakfast option for short stays or, for a minimum of five nights, as a self-catering arrangement.
Bar & Restaurant
Nestled within the heart of the main hotel building, the Seasons View Restaurant offers a unique dining experience that exceeds the traditional boundaries of indoor and outdoor settings. Here, the ambience is carefully crafted to capture the essence of nature, with both the cuisine and décor reflecting the beauty of the surrounding outdoors. The restaurant's commitment to culinary excellence has been consistently acknowledged for over two decades through the prestigious AA rosette scheme. This recognition serves as a testament to the unwavering dedication and passion demonstrated by the talented chefs who have expertly helmed the kitchen throughout the years.
Breakfast: continental breakfast will be served daily between 8.30am and 10.00am over the winter months
Seasons Snug Bar is open daily for beverage service and sweet treats over the winter season
Winter trading – Please note that Seasons View restaurant is closed for dinner from Sunday 6th November through to March 2024
The Little Larder at The Four Seasons stands as a charming gift shop, thoughtfully curated to showcase the best of local Scottish products. Situated in the hotel reception area, this quaint shop invites guests to explore a selection of unique and authentic items, providing a delightful opportunity to take home a piece of Scotland's rich heritage. Whether it's artisanal crafts, local delicacies, or distinctive souvenirs, The Little Larder adds an extra touch of local flavour to the overall guest experience at The Four Seasons.
Directions to the Four Seasons Hotel in St Fillans
The Four Seasons is located at the eastern end of Loch Earn, on the A85, at the west end of the village of St Fillans.
FOR SAT NAV; please note we are on the Lochside, on the A85
Hotel Notice Board
Check In from 5pm
Check Out 11am
Please note that during the winter months and subject to weather conditions, the hotel reserve the right to transfer your booking into the hotel if deemed necessary.
Notice: The Seasons View Restaurant is closed for dinner from November 2023 to March 2024.
Located in the village of St. Fillans, nestled in the picturesque landscape of Perthshire is the Four Seasons Hotel which acts as the perfect base to enjoy a range of activities and attractions from.
Here are some things to see and do while staying at the Four Seasons Hotel
• Loch Earn: Explore the scenic beauty of Loch Earn, the stunning freshwater loch that St. Fillans overlooks. Enjoy activities such as boating, fishing, or simply take a stroll along the shores.
• Outdoor Activities: Embrace the natural surroundings with outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, or cycling. The area boasts beautiful landscapes and trails, providing opportunities for both casual strolls and more challenging hikes. Go rock climbing on the Big Crags in Dunkeld, fishing on one of the many rivers and lochs, shooting either clays or game at one of the local estates, water-skiing or paddle-boarding.
• Golf: Golf enthusiasts can tee off at the local golf courses, enjoying a round surrounded by the scenic beauty of Perthshire. With St Andrews, the home of golf, an hour and a half drive, you will pass a plethora of golf clubs no matter which direction you take from St Fillans and with an increase in popularity of the 9-hole course, you have many to choose from on the hotel's doorstep. Spend the morning at Crieff, move to Comrie in the afternoon and finish the evening at the award-winning St Fillans Golf Club.
• Wildlife Watching: The possibilities are boundless. A seasoned guide possesses the knowledge to lead you to spots where you can witness a diverse array of local wildlife, ranging from Golden Eagles and Buzzards to Dolphins, Seals, Otters, and Beavers. Embark on a highland safari to venture into the more secluded corners of the region or catch the mesmerizing sight of Ospreys diving in our bay. Encounter the deer as they gracefully pass by the chalets, perhaps even serving as a gentle morning wake-up call.
• Gardens: Explore any nearby gardens or parks that showcase the region's flora and fauna. These spaces offer a tranquil retreat and a chance to appreciate the natural beauty.
• History Exploration: Delve into the local history by visiting historical sites or landmarks. Learn about the rich heritage and cultural significance of St. Fillans. Trace Pictish stones, visit one of the many castles including Blair, Cawdor or Inverary, head to Dornack or Dunblane Cathedrals or pay your respects at Bannockburn or Neish Island.
• Munro-Bagging: For those seeking a more adventurous challenge, consider Munro-bagging. St. Fillans is surrounded by Munros—peaks over 3,000 feet—providing a rewarding experience for hikers and climbers. This part of Scotland has infinite variety, from woodland walks by rushing burns and waterfalls to the grand wide open spaces seen from the top of a conquered Munro. Sitting at 229 out of 282 Munros, Ben Vorlich is the local challenge at 943m – layer up, put on the walking boots and take a picnic and your camera.