Stayed for dinner, B&B November 2020. Very scenic drive up from Perth through Blairgowrie, about 30 miles. It's well sign-posted when you get near Glen Shee and has a lengthy single-track access road. I believe it has two AA rosettes, both of which are thoroughly deserved. The three-course a la carte meal was outstanding. The wine list very much features the pricier end of the market but we had the NZ Pinot Gris and the Jacobo rioja and both were superb. Full Scottish Breakfast, also cooked to perfection. I didn't take my golf clubs but the 9-hole course is close by - looks more like a pitch-and-putt to be honest - you could chuck a putter, a 7-iron and a few balls in the boot and I'm sure that would be all you needed.
I hesitate to say anything against it, but 'be aware' that the free wifi doesn't carry well through the old baronial walls. We couldn't really get any usable stable access in our room. Other rooms may be better. The gravity shower had a meagre flow, but at least the water was hot. If the plumbing allowed, I really can't see why the management wouldn't fit electric showers, given the popularity with hill walkers.
If these aren't deal-breakers for you (and why should you bother about wifi in a rural paradise) then I recommend this for a weekend getaway, especially for foodies and wine lovers.More
- Free parking