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Royal Hotel
Melville Square

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Nestling on the edge of the Scottish Highlands, admidst the stunning beauty of Strathearn in the heart of the riverside village of Comrie, The Royal Hotel, a handsome eighteenth century coaching house awaits with a warm, traditional Scottish welcome.

Stylish soft furnishings and heaped cushions on deep sofas combine with period antiques, 19th century paintings, polished wooden floors and open log fires to create a luxurious, yet natural, homely charm. An atmosphere perfectly complemented by the Milsom Family and their staff's cheeful,friendly hospitality and the renowned AA rosette awarded cuisine.

On our doorstep is an area of unspoilt natural beauty, where nature blends the lush countryside of the lowlands with the grandeur of the Perthshire Highlands. A host of activities can be enjoyed from walking in the glens, to water sports on nearby Loch Earn. Comrie is surrounded by some of the finest golf courses, including Gleneagles and places of interest to visit such and the Famous Grouse Distillery at Glenturret.

Comrie is just over an hours drive from our principle cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow and their respective airports.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 73%
AA Rosette
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From 60
Single: 75
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