The Struan Inn is a rare Scottish gem, a charming, authentically traditional and rustic Highland village inn-style hotel. In the modern age there are too few properties and experiences of this distinctive charm and ambience, even in Scotland.
The hotel nestles in an enchanting location at the northern extremity of Perthshire, 'All of Scotland', linking the highland village of Calvine with its hamlet Struan, formerly a station stop on the main Glasgow/Edinburgh to Inverness rail route. A pastoral haven only a mile from the A9, the great north road, its position presents a quite spectacular array of sightseeing and touring opportunities only a short drive away - to the north and north west the awe-inspiring desolation of the Grampian mountains, to the east the Royal Deeside tourist route, the grandeur of Glenshee and the great 'Angus Glens', to the west the beauty of Rannoch and Tummel Valley, and to the south the scenic contrasts of Perthshire, the perennial visitor centre of Pitlochry and its theatre, and onwards to the 'fair city' of Perth itself.
The purity of the air and tranquillity of the area ensure a comfortable sleep. Spacious traditional bedrooms complement the rustic 'feel', the emphasis very much on comfort rather than modernity. Two separate 'suites' of rooms each with access to private facilities make for excellent options for families and small groups. And wake up to a traditional Scottish breakfast.
Pitlochry, PH18 5UB GB
Struan Inn, Pitlochry, Scotland
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