The Meikleour Arms is a unique small country hotel in Perthshire, at the heart of the conservation village of Meikleour, internationally renowned for its spectacular trees and great salmon fishing while only a short distance away from Perth, Scone Palace and Dunkeld. Built in 1820, it is owned and run by Meikleour Estate, one of the oldest historical estates in East Scotland. The spacious bedrooms and stylish hotel cottages are ideal whether you are looking for a relaxing family holiday, an escape to the country or a sporting trip. The award wining restaurant is proud of its Franco-Scottish heritage and serves superb gastro-pub food incorporating local produce from the estate. The Meikleour Arms can offer salmon fishing on the estate (equipment and tuition provided) as well as golf packages with the Blairgowrie Golf Club. Dogs are welcome in all the cottages and in bedrooms with wooden floor (not in carpeted bedrooms), please let us know in advance if you are coming with a pet.
Set in the rural region of Perthshire, the Meikleour Arms is located at the heart of the conservation village of Meikleour, well known for its impressive trees and salmon fishing. Located only 12 miles from Perth, the Meikleour Arms was built in 1820 on one of the oldest historical estates in East Scotland.
The rooms and cottages have en-suite bathrooms, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and tea/coffee facilities.
Guests can enjoy local specialties using produce from their kitchen garden and woodlands. All the meat and game come from their own butchery.
The surrounding area offers outdoor activities such as angling, horse riding and hiking. The hotel also owns a salmon fishing school on the nearby river Tay and all material is provided free of charge (advanced booking recommended). The Blairgowrie Golf Club established in 1889 is only 4 miles away.
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