We could list all the awards which The Parklands Hotel in Perth has won but we’re not sure that the Internet is big enough.
Instead, we’ll just say that it has won the Perth Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2012 while, among many other awards, Executive Chef Graeme Pallister has been given two AA Rosettes for his cooking.
Today’s Big Deal is a great opportunity to see for yourself why the Parklands Hotel is so highly thought of.
Vouchers are valid until the end of February 2013 which means that this offer could be used as a thoughtful Christmas gift which would be especially appreciated by the gourmet in your life.
Fancy a luxurious getaway break in January? Now’s your chance.
This generous offer is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay in a King Double room at the Parklands Hotel. There will be a bottle of Prosecco and a box of chocolates waiting in the room. As well as a full Scottish breakfast, the offer includes £70 credit to spend in either 63@Parklands, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, or in No.1 The Bank Bistro, the hotel’s more informal venue.
Parklands Hotel has 15 individually styled rooms. The offer is for a Kingsize bedded room. All bedrooms are spacious and have en-suite facilities, satellite television, direct dial telephone, hair dryer plus tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are also equipped with free WiFi.
Executive Chef Graeme Pallister is a talented man with a passion for Scottish produce. As part of this offer, guests will have £70 credit to spend in either of the hotel’s restaurants. No.1 the Bank Bistro serves dishes like the home-smoked Carnoustie pork rib-eye steak with Stornoway black pudding; wild mushroom risotto and beer battered plaice fillets.
63@Parklands shows the kitchen’s skills in their best light. It offers a fixed menu of two starters, intermediate, two mains, cheese and two desserts. The menu changes depending what’s in season but typical starters might be the cured salmon with tempura oyster and soya vinaigrette or the duck liver and pistachio parfait served with a chicory walnut and Roquefort salad.
The main courses might be haunch of Perthshire venison served with dauphinois potatoes, green lentils, girolles and red currant jus while dessert could be along the lines of the brioche and butter pudding which is served with glazed banana & caramel sauce anglaise.
The set menu costs £35 a head so the £70 credit will cover the cost of your food in 63@Parklands.
As we pointed out, The Parklands Hotel has no shortage of awards. The public have just been pleased. This is what one TripAdvisor review had to say:
‘Perfection…. We were more than impressed with location, service, hospitality, house-keeping and food. The staff could not have been more attentive and helpful… As visitors to Parklands for a number of years, we are never disappointed and in fact continue to be impressed by what is on offer. Rooms and public areas are always spotless, staff attentive and fine local produce presented well…. This is a favourite getaway destination for us to relax, be pampered and recharge our batteries. Staff pull out all the stops to ensure that your stay is a worthwhile experience.’