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Gwydyr House Hotel, Crieff, Perthshire

Gwydyr House Hotel
Crieff
Perthshire

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A period Victorian Scottish Villa stands in its own grounds admist informal gardens and mature trees. Close to the peace and tranquillity of Crieff, a rural town nestling in the southern slopes of the Grampian mountains.

Join us at Gywdyr House Hotel where you can relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Crieff, a picturesque rural town nestling in the southern slopes of the Grampian mountains.
Built in 1875, this period Victorian Scottish Villa stands in its own grounds amidst informal gardens and mature trees, overlooking the delightful Macrosty Park.
Our comfortable relaxing lounge-bar awaits you. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink, savour our menu and the stunning outlook of the hills beyond.

With good food, a welcoming ambience and lovely views, dining at Gwydyr House is truly a pleasurable experience. Our chef creates an interesting choice of meals, all freshly prepared from the best local produce, and complimented by our wide choice of wines.

The Gwydyr House Hotel has 8 rooms on 2 floors.

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