We were up at the Four Seasons in July and fancied another couple of days away with our 6 month old puppy. As I said in my last review, this hotel is a haven for dogs (and well worth a visit anyway if you don't bring have a four legged friend)!
We got an amazing last minute deal on a chalet, which was perfect for our dog (chalet 5 - backs right on to the woods). The chalet itself was cosy and clean. When we arrived there was shortbread on the table for us and a bone shaped biscuit for our dog - nice touch.
We had dinner in the restaurant, and as always the quality, preparation and execution were faultless. It was all very delicious and the petits fours were particularly yummy (if you've still got room at the end of it all)!
Staff were lovely and our stay was most enjoyable.
I dare say we'll be back again...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the banks of Loch Earn, offering complimentary WI-FI and free parking, this hotel is surrounded by breath-taking scenery of the Scottish Highlands.The Four Seasons was built in the early 1800s and was converted into a hotel in the 1900s.The hotel is cosy, comfortable and well-presented with unique furnishings, with warm colours and light creating a fun and relaxed atmosphere for guests. Views across the Loch are ever-changing throughout the seasons: fresh new colours of spring, long, light summer's evenings, spectacular sunsets to the west, morning mists shrouding the loch and the snow covered Bens, making this one of the most beautiful locations in Scotland to visit. The 12 bedrooms are all en-suite and individually styled and spacious, with hairdryer, colour TV, direct dial telephone, radio/CD player and tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms over-looking the Loch boast picturesque views whatever the weather. There are 6 chalets situated within a secluded hillside behind the hotel with double/twin beds and a bunk room for two, all have the same amenities as the rooms within the hotel. For an extra special stay we have our elegant 4 poster rooms for that bit of added luxury.For an extra special stay we have our elegant 4 poster rooms for that bit of added luxury. The Four Seasons has a choice of two restaurants, the stylish Meall Reamhar offers fine dining (evenings only) serving a contemporary Scottish cuisine, consisting of fresh fish, Scottish beef and lamb, and locally grown vegetables. The Tarken Bistro offers the same standard of cuisine in a more informal setting, providing light lunches, blackboard specials and suppers. A range of fine wines, champagne and whisky are available; enjoy a cool glass of Chablis on a summer's evening or malt by the warmth of the log fire in autumn! The hotel is the perfect location for that special occasion whether it is a traditional dinner party, birthday or wedding. Facilities for business meetings and conferences are available for up to 70 delegates. The location of the hotel makes it the perfect place to explore and admire the natural beauty of the Scottish highlands. Enjoy great dog walks in some of Scotland's finest scenery. The resident friendly canines welcome fellow pets free of charge. The beautiful village of St. Fillans has a 9-hole golf course and offers water sports, hill walking and fishing. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The 4 Seasons Hotel
- Four Seasons St Fillans
- Four Seasons Hotel
- St. Fillans Four Seasons
- The Four Seasons Hotel St. Fillans, Scotland