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Directions to Fortingall Hotel

Fortingall, Aberfeldy,Perthshire PH15 2NQ Scotland

T: +44 (0)1887 830367

F: +44 (0)1887 829012

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How to find us

Map Reference: OS Map 51 NN743470

Sat Nav Postcode: PH15 2NQ

By Road

redsquirrel 500From the A9 – The Red Squirrel Strathtay Route

Take the A827 heading west towards Aberfeldy – exit is located at Ballinluig 8 miles north of Dunkeld and 5 miles south of Pitlochry. Take next right after Logierait – signposted Pitnacree, Strathtay and Weem. Much of this minor road runs alongside the River Tay – the scenery is simply fantastic and there is every chance you will see red squirrels – this is one of their favourite haunts.

You will pass the entrance to Clunie Gardens on this road – remember this and return to visit. They are inspirational, refreshingly natural and non-commercial with resident red squirrels. A genuine 5-star experience.

At Weem, turn right onto the B846 (Kinloch Rannoch road) and head straight towards Coshieville (about 5 miles) passing Castle Menzies – another must visit.

Turn left at Coshieville, just after a sign announcing: “Fortingall Hotel Welcomes You – Only 3 miles to go”.

As you arrive in Fortingall, the Fortingall Hotel is on the right, immediately after the church.

 

whitedeer 500From the west – The White Deer Route

Take the A85 to Lix Toll and take the turn off for Killin. Go over the Falls of Dochart bridge and drive through Killin. Follow the A827 along the north side of Loch Tay for 10 miles. When you reach the small village of Fearnan, take a left turn signposted Fortingall, and follow this road for 2 miles. After crossing the River Lyon and the turn off into Glen Lyon, look out for white deer in the field on your left. You then pass the entrance to Glen Lyon estate on the left and enter the village of Fortingall. Just after the thatched cottages you will see the hotel on the left, with the yew tree and church at the far end of the car park.

 

By public transport

Click on “Planning your journey” at: www.travelinescotland.com

 

Train Access

The nearest rail station is in Pitlochry. There are also rail stations at Perth and Dunkeld & Birnam.

Bus, car hire, taxi or hotel pick up will then be required to reach Fortingall.

Hotel pick up can be arranged. There is usually a charge for this service.

Buses to Fortingall from Aberfeldy.

Service arrangements and timetables can be viewed at: www.pkc.gov.uk

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Contact us

To make a booking please telephone 01887 830367 or  01887 829012 

You can also book online by clicking here

 

 

Fortingall, Aberfeldy,Perthshire PH15 2NQ Scotland

T: +44 (0)1887 830367 or  +44 (0)1887 829012

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www.fortingall.com

 

 

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2016

Tariffs

2016 Tariff – prices are per room per night

Bed and breakfast

Superior Room - £230

Standard Room - £190

Single Room - £100

 

Dinner Bed and Breakfast

Superior Room - £300

Standard Room - £260

Single Room - £140

 

Dogs - no charge

Cots - no charge

Extra Bed - £15

Wi-Fi - no charge

All prices include VAT at 20%. Service charge is at the discretion of guests.

 

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Testimonials

Anyone planning a visit to Fortingall should get hold of ‘Fortingall’ by SPB Mais – a prolific journalist, BBC broadcaster and author in the 1930s. Stuart Mais visited Fortingall some 80 years ago – it was he who said Fortingall was a delightful discovery. He was in raptures about the hotel, its food and service. He was enchanted by the village and Glen Lyon. Nothing much has changed at the hotel – well there are en-suites, TVs and Wi-Fi – and that’s about it. This is truly a place where time stands still. There is usually a copy of the Mais book in the hotel library. It is an excellent guide to Glen Lyon – one of the most under-rated Wonders of Scotland.


 
Just about Perfect Reviewed May 2016 - 5 out of 5

'Spent one night in this understated, luxurious but cosy hotel with welcoming staff. Our room was clean and comfortable with wonderful views of Glen Lyon. The setting is idyllic: not only Glen Lyon but thatched Fortingall village with its famous yew. No charge for dogs in this dog-friendly hotel.

Although we enjoyed our vegetarian meal, we would have appreciated more choice for starters and mains.'


 

'My husband and I have just spent two very relaxing days at this hotel. The location is just idyllic, we so enjoyed waking up each morning to the sight and sound of the new lambs. James, Roxy and Mags were so welcoming and helpful with any request during our stay. The hotel was very clean, food was delicious and very well presented, little touches made our stay just perfect.

Thank you'


 

Just an utter delight.... Reviewed  April 2016 - 5 out of 5

'This was a brief visit on our way home but we will be returning. Our room was just lovely full of 'Arts and Crafts' furnishing as is the whole hotel. We had lots of space and added extras as well as a lovely view over the fields and strath. Everywhere was spotless and service superb being both efficient and friendly. Dinner was really tasty and interesting though the large portions eventually defeated me. Breakfast was excellent with really good coffee, bacon and smoked salmon. The owner/ manager is clearly 'hands on' and is doing a fantastic job providing us with a really personalised visit.

Room Tip: Best views from rooms at front of hotel'


 

’Full marks to this delightful team of enthusiastic owners and outstanding staff for having organised an amazing Hogmanay celebration. Our three-day stay was a masterclass in perfect Scottish hospitality. The interesting and relaxing programme of entertainment was topped off by some of the best cuisine we’ve ever enjoyed – anywhere! Cue the applause and standing ovation.’’ See Trip Advisor – page 9.


 

Please see Peter Irvine’s book ‘Best in Scotland’.


Short Breaks

Why not treat yourself to a short break at Fortingall at any time of year? We always have seasonal offers, but you don’t have to wait until Christmas to enjoy a treat. A weekend break at Fortingall is special at any time of year and we usually have terrific offers for anyone wishing to extend their short break to a third, or even fourth, night at the hotel. Please contact us to discuss your requirements and we will be delighted to make you an offer on an extended stay with us.

 

Click here to see our current offers & packages

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