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Reviews - Atholl Arms Hotel

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Bridgehead Atholl Street, Dunkeld, PH8 0AQ

Price From 109.22 AUD

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  • Frankland Macdonald Wood

  • November 2016

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Easy to find old style country hotel just off main road and over the river at very start of attractive small town.

Busy street with very restrictive front parking. Easy to miss detached parking area beside bridge and river and over a road away. Property well maintained and decorated. Pleasing public area with plenty of seating and good views out. Attentive friendly meet and greet. Good bedroom if a bit compact. Well presented. Adequate but slightly characterless dining room. Reasonable service and a good meal from a serviceable menu. Very good real ale. Nice quiet position in friendly attractive town with lots to see and good walks and scenic river. New male member of staff very helpful, attentive and humorous. Made our stay.

  • G Duff

  • April 2015

human hair in food

The guy serving breakfast in the morning was quite rude to me and my wife when we went for breakfast.

Then when my cooked breakfast arrived I found a human hair in it. It was stuck to the bacon so I could not eat my breakfast. When I told the guy he apologised for it and offered me something else. So I had no breakfast. When we were checking out I told the girl on reception about it and she denied it could have happened so I paid my bill checked out and told them we would never use there hotel again.

  • Kenny M

  • April 2015

Hope for a sunny day

The Atholl is instantly recognisable as you drive into the little town of Dunkeld - it's the big white building on your right as you go over the bridge into town.

They have their own car parking space and a small beer garden on the banks of the Tay. On a nice day - which we were lucky enough to get - it's a terrific spot. Also a half-hour walk north on the riverbank will take you to Niel Gow's fiddle tree, where the famous fiddler supposedly played. It's carved with an inscription from the Michael Marra song in tribute to him.

  • D Rendall

  • March 2015

Superb service

My partner & I really enjoyed the friendly atmosphere from the moment we walked into the hotel the service and food were as good as it gets,, my only negative comment was the pressure of the shower could have been better.

We would recommend the hotel to anyone really enjoyed our stay,

Thank you

David Rendall