• Meikleour Perthshire Country Hotel
  • Room with walk-in shower
  • Superking FourPoster
  • Superior Twin Bath
The SuperKing/Twin Superior Suite "Lansdowne"

The SuperKing / Twin Superior “Lansdowne” is a downstairs bedroom and like all our Superior rooms it features a marble bathroom with non-slip wooden floor, a spacious walk-in shower and a separate bath.

The incredibly comfortable Superking size bed can be split into two long singles (the link in the mattress cannot be felt when the bed is made as a SuperKing size bed, we have sourced the best bedding money can buy).
Although the room has a fresh contemporary feel with elegant French furnishing in shades of greys it is an ideal room for our more senior guests.
The room was named after the current owner’s great-great grandfather, the 5th Marquess of Lansdowne. A Governor of Canada, Viceroy of India and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, his busy life is related through 12 original “Punch” cartoons prints which ornate the room.

The Lansdowne room is dog friendly. Dogs are welcome free of charge however we reserve the right to invoice for extra cleaning in exceptional cases.

If you have any particular requirements just ask us before your arrival, we are here to help.

Room facilities: Walk-in Showers and Bath, Flat-sreen TVs, luxurious hypoallergenic bedding, cashmere blanket, Arran Aromatics toiletries, hair-dryer, stylish Bodum tea & coffee facilities, freshly made nibbles and the deliciously quaint sherry decanter. Travelling with children under 12: we can add 1 foldeable bed in this room. Our 2 or 3 bedroom cottages might be more suitable for larger family.

 

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