The four-star Moness House Hotel sits amidst the Perthshire Highlands within a 35-acre woodland estate in the small village of Aberfeldy. Situated right next to the River Tay, between mountains and lochs, its location allows visitors to explore the renowned Scottish countryside.
Housed in a former 18th-century hunting lodge, the individually decorated rooms come fitted with plush bedding, flat-screen TVs with DVD players, hospitality trays, and en suite bathrooms.
The resort boasts a restaurant offering a la carte dining and breakfast, and a Terrace Grill restaurant for less formal dining, also hosting a large selection of malt whiskeys.
Leisure facilities include an indoor pool, hot tub, steam room, sauna, individual treatment rooms and poolside showers. Sports fans can use the nine-hole mini putting green, pool table, and table tennis, as well as a games hall for badminton, mini tennis or squash.
Nearby attractions include Dewars World of Whisky and Castle Menzies, for guests to get to grips with the rich historic culture of the area.
- Soup of the day with micro herbs
- Chicken liver pate with house chutney, oatcakes, and dressed salad
- Scottish salmon, cream cheese, and horseradish
- Parcel with buttered granary bread, lemon wedge, and dressed salad
- Pan-roasted chicken breast
- Chorizo and five bean cassoulet
- Venison burger served on a brioche bun with cheese and bacon, chips, relish, and salad
- Wild mushroom stroganoff
- Basmati rice with seasonal vegetables
- Cheesecake of the day
- Clootie dumpling
- Pouring cream
- Trio of ice cream and sorbet
Groupon’s Guide To Perth and Kinross
Set in south-east Scotland and approximately coinciding with the historical Perthshire, Perth and Kinross is ideally endowed for outdoor sports activities and heritage tourism. Ancient forests, old cities, towns and villages, rolling glens and majestic golf courses blend in a setting that delights both the outdoorsy in love with the fascinating wildlife of Scotland and the visitors with a penchant for other leisurely activities.
The late medieval Blair Castle and Drummond Castle are iconic remains of the past, but travellers keen on heritage tourism will surely appreciate sights like the vestiges of Whitefield Castle. Restless visitors keen on hiking can take on the 103-km long Cateran Trail, which starts in Blairgowrie, and then lose themselves in the wilderness of the Grampian Mountains.