I found Dalqueich from a recommendation from a friend and would certainly recommend this B and B to everyone. I arrived after a hard and wet day dog training to a lovely welcome from Helen and Bob. Tea and cake was ready for me when I arrived and much appreciated. Bertie the spaniel then gave my dog, Mos a lovely welcome also and tired her out a bit more for me. Then with Mos and myself were relaxing in the lounge Helen brought me wine! the room was perfect with a private bathroom beside with an amazing shower. Superb breakfast the next morning which well and truly set me up for the next day training - Helen even made me a packed lunch with a sausage for Mos. I left with a couple of jars of amazing homemade marmalade definitely worth getting some. Very relaxed and friendly service from a couple that couldn't do enough for me.Thank you Helen, Bob and Bertie. I don't think you could find anywhere better to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dalqueich Farmhouse is a restored traditional farmhouse in a lovely rural setting, yet convenient for motorway and airport. Accommodation is spacious and of a high quality. Guests have the use of a sitting room (where they can learn about Scotch whisky from an expert!) And the conservatory (winter garden) and eat in the elegant dining room (home-made bread and prize winning marmalades feature). Two rooms are available, an en-suite family room with a double and a single bed and a double room with king size bed and adjoining private shower-room. Set in spacious gardens it is a wildlife paradise with red squirrels, and kingfishers amongst its visitors. Wild deer are commonly seen as are a wide range of birds - both native and migrating. Walking, cycling, and golf can all be enjoyed locally and the Loch Leven Heritage trail has become immensely popular. A great place for touring, with Edinburgh, Perth, Stirling and Glasgow and the beautiful Fife coast and the Highlands all within easy reach (as well as malt distilleries!). ... more less