All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Avoid Jack’s terrible fate by clocking off and signing up for today’s Big Deal on rest and relaxation in Scotland’s Hotel and Spa.
Located in the charming Highland town of Pitlochry, Scotland’s Hotel & Spa is centrally situated yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the main street to provide peace and tranquillity.
Dating from the early 1900s, the hotel combines restored Victorian splendour with polished modern style.
The Big Deal is for a one or two night stay for two people, available Sunday to Thursday, in a standard double or twin room. The rooms have been restored to their former Victorian glory while also ensuring that contemporary decor features throughout.
Many rooms enjoy sweeping views over the surrounding Perthshire countryside. In the bathroom you will find exclusive Highland Aromatics bath products to help you unwind after a long day. There is free WiFi in all the hotel’s public areas.
The Big Deal includes a full cooked breakfast and 3 course dinner on the first night from the Table D’Hote Menu, in the hotel’s Faskally Restaurant where you are in for a culinary treat.
Featuring views out to the idyllic Perthshire mountains, the restaurant uses local produce as much as possible to create a real taste of Scotland menu. Think along the lines of smoked peppered mackerel, or fettuccini and woodland mushrooms.
The hotel’s Sonas Spa offers relaxing spa therapies and beauty treatments (additional charges payable) while facilities such as the pool, gym, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi are open to all guests.
Scotland’s Hotel has been a hit with its guests. This is what a recent visitor had to say on TripAdvisor:
‘This hotel is something special, lovely room, the food was superb – both breakfast and evening meal, plenty choice and the staff were all very pleasant and helpful. We arrived early for check-in but were able to leave our luggage and check-in later, same at check-out we were able to leave our luggage once again. We will stay again if back in the area.’