From Our Editors
Right in the Perthshire Highlands, the Strathardle Inn is well-located for exploring all that the area has to offer. The Scottish Crannog Centre on the banks of Loch Tay brings the Scottish Iron Age to life with its variety of exhibitions and special events, while the Glenshee Ski Centre awaits for the active types who want to get out on the slopes. Anglers will also find plenty to keep them occupied close to this hotel, with lochs and rivers close by, which are popular for fishing. Each guest bedroom features cosy soft furnishings to banish wintry chills after a day out in the Highlands, as well as en suite facilities, tea tray and TV. In the restaurant, the Michelin-recommended chef works to create fresh, seasonal fare which embraces its locale while pushing the bounds of modern cuisine. Breakfasts are hearty and locally-sourced, with dishes on offer such as Highland breakfast with egg, sausage, black pudding and tattie scones, or smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.