Recently refurbished, Ardeonaig is under a two hour drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh yet feels a million miles away from the pressures of modern life.
Offering peace, tranquillity and luxury, it sits in ten acres of garden with commanding views straight over Loch Tay to the spectacular, snow-capped Lawers mountain range.
Ardeonaig has been welcoming guests since the 16th century, when it gave shelter to drovers moving their flocks to market.
While travellers have rested at Ardeonaig since 1640, and the oldest parts of the main building date from that time, it combines this historical character with cosy, contemporary comforts.
Guests at the hotel can relax by strolling the ten acre garden and enjoying the orchard and vinyard, finding some peace in the library with its panoramic view, or kicking back in the lounge with its cosy log fire.
There’s a number of bedroom options available at Ardeonaig from cottage suites, loch view bedrooms, premier studio rooms, courtyard rooms and standard rooms.
All guest bedrooms have been finished to an exacting high standard, with luxurious linens, contemporary decor and lavishly appointed bathrooms, a range of high class Scottish toiletries, hospitality tray with tea and freshly ground coffee facilities and locally made snacks.
Guests can look forward to high class Scottish toiletries, a complimentary hospitality tray providing tea and freshly ground coffee facilities plus locally made snacks.
Ardeonaig’s public areas, its cosy bar, intimate lounges, loch view study, sheltered courtyard and garden seating are all relaxing places to kick back and enjoy a drink or bite to eat.
Homemade soup and sandwiches is served at lunch and fresh scones with cream and jam are available all day. Afternoon tea is served throughout the afternoon with the option of adding Prosecco.
An evening menu of light bites, including pate, antipasti, cheese and sweet options can be enjoyed in the public area of the guest’s choice.
Ardeonaig’s cosy bar is well stocked with wines, bottled Scottish lagers and ales, speciality gins, Scottish malts and soft drinks.
A generous cold buffet breakfast is served to guests daily and room service is available.
There are plenty of things to do for guests at Ardeonaig wishing to explore the nearby area.
As well as a plethora of countryside walks, there are numerous golf courses in the area; fantastic fishing opportunities; watersports at Taymouth Marina and attractions such as Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery, Pitlochry Hydroelectric Dam and Fish Ladder plus the Scottish Crannog Centre.
Super King Sized Beds
En-Suite Shower Rooms
Iron and Ironing Board
Scottish Fine Soap Toiletries
72 hour cancellation period. Cancellations out with this period will be non-refundable.
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