The hotel its self looks grand and the entrance is certainly that. But unfortunately that's about as far as the grandure goes, our room was on the second floor and looked out to the back yard and bin! On opening the door we were greeted with a wall with a recess with an ironing board and an iron and shelf which was actually your wardrobe! On entering the room which was large and spacious the bed looked massive but we later found that this was 2 single beds put together and was rather uncomfortable. The bathroom looked like it could do with refurbishment the shower curtain rail looked like it had been put up at the last minute as the hinges and glue from an old glass screen were still on the bath.......the shower tiles looked like they needed to have a good bleach and clean as it looked like some were black with mould. But the shower did run hot and ran well....the bedside lights didn't work and there was no where to plug the kettle in unless you moved it beside the dressing table, as for the television it was supposed to be free view, with DVD built in, but was only normal channels an no where for DVD's also I have a larger monitor at my work for my computer! Along with our deal we had afternoon tea which was served in the bar, the service was okay, after being asked twice what we would like, to be fair the food was a surprise and really tasty. With a good helping of sandwiches, cake and biscuits which would seem to have been all homemade. The breakfast the next day was also very tasty with a portion size that would be enough to keep you going throughout the day, we would have no complaints about the srevice as the hotel seemed empty for only 3 or 4 rooms full. Disappointed would her how we felt on our trip,has there was no chat or welcoming from any staff on arrival or departures, just the formalities. If hotels wish to participate on the itison voucher scheme, they should really think about using these as a way to encourage people back to pay full price. The room and service was not worth the half price deal we paid.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Style,elegance and good old-fashioned Scottish hospitality is what the newly upgraded Birnam Hotel is all about. Located in the stunning Perthshire countryside in the heart of Scotland, the Birnam Hotel is the ideal location. It is well renowned for hosting weddings and large functions in the magnificent Baronial Hall and smaller functions in its many other suites - the Birnam Hotel has it all. A truly warm welcome awaits you at the Birnam Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Birnam Hotel Scotland