The Perthshire Country Hotel and Restaurant with a French Twist
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Meikleour Arms is a unique boutique hotel and pub in Perthshire, at the heart of the conservation village of Meikleour, internationally renowned for its spectacular trees and great salmon fishing while only a short distance away from Perth, Scone Palace and Dunkeld. Built in 1820, it is owned and run by Meikleour Estate, one of the oldest historical estates in East Scotland. The 11 spacious bedrooms and 5 stylish hotel cottages are ideal whether you are looking for a relaxing family holiday, an escape to the country or a sporting trip. The award-winning restaurant is proud of its Franco-Scottish heritage and serves superb country food incorporating produce from the estate and the neighbouring lands. The Meikleour Arms can offer salmon fishing on their own stunning stretch of the river Tay as well as golf packages with the Blairgowrie Golf Club. We are ideally located to explore Scotland, with a lot of exciting things to do at our doorstep. Give us a call to plan your stay and for the best available price.
** Restaurant: open Daily 12 am to 10pm.
** Hotel Reservation: 48H free cancellation policy. No pre-deposit required.
** Dog Policy: when booking a room or a table, please do let us know if you are bringing a four-legged friend. We welcome dogs in dedicated areas of the restaurant, downstairs bedrooms and in all our cottages. Dogs must not be left alone in rooms or cottages **
Rooms & Cottages
Our 11 bedrooms and 5 cottages exude comfort and elegant simplicity. Please give us a call for the best bespoke service and offersSee & Book
Our gift vouchers make wonderful presents, redeemable for a dinner, a stay, champagne on arrival... To orders, just give us a call . Personalised vouchers can be sent by post or email.
We welcome you on Christmas Day with a beautiful menu. Give us a call for details, only few slots left.menu
Our COVID 19 Statement
We have implemented enhanced cleaning protocols and measures for the safety of everyone.Read