The warmest of welcomes is reflected in everything that we do. That’s the way of things at Fonab. Think ‘central-casting’ Scottish Baronial Castle and you’ll come up with one of Scotland’s most magnificent and mind-blowing places to stay – Fonab Castle. Opened in 2013 at ‘no expense-spared’ by the Clark family, Fonab has already established itself as the premier hotel in the area. Fonab Castle Hotel is unique, luxurious and, above all, an experience. Little wonder that guests have described their stay at the Castle as faultless with one guest describing her stay as a ‘fairy tale’ experience. Two stunningly designed elevators to all floors are reminiscent of a luxury cruise ship. All the technology you’ll ever need keeps you connected – complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
Fonab Castle boasts a regal choice of Guestrooms and Suites, as is befitting such a splendid Perthshire setting and stunning Scottish castle. Always at your service, our housekeeping and front of house staff ensure that you will want for nothing.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Smart TV
- Complimentary WiFi
- Indulgent Hospitality Tray with Nespresso Coffee Machine
- Egyptian Cotton bedding from The White Company
- Luxury Bathrobes & Slippers
At Fonab Brasserie, your hosts present a relaxed and informal dining experience with fantastic views over Loch Faskally. Enjoy good food in a laid-back atmosphere. Open for food from 11.00am till 9.00pm.
Sandemans on the Loch:
Gourmands delight in trying the newest—and even weirdest—foods and ingredients. But for those with less-adventurous palates, fine dining can feel like a minefield made up of unfamiliar dishes. Certainly not here. Even timid eaters can enjoy an upscale dinner in our AA 2 rosetted ‘Sandemans on the Loch’ fine dining restaurant, where our nine course gourmet menu is available Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and is an amazing and very informal contrast to Fonab’s Brasserie. And the recommended wine, and yes, Scotch malt, accompaniments per course are truly amazing.
On The Map: Pitlochry is located in the very heart of Scotland. Cairngorms National Park is very close by to the north, and Edinburgh less than 1.5 hours to the south via the A9 road.
When Queen Victoria fell in love with the Highlands of Scotland, Pitlochry was a quiet village surrounded by the pine-covered hills of the Central Highlands. It became famous when she named it one of the finest resorts in Europe, and visitors began arriving to discover the magic of the Highlands. This vibrant town in the wooded valley of the River Tummel runs along a main street that’s lined with shops and eating places. It bustles with visitors, but relax and go with the flow. Look behind the busy-ness, and you’ll see the charming, Highland Victorian town that is still Pitlochry. Pitlochry is farther from the sea than any other place in Scotland, and it makes a good base for exploring the surrounding scenery, which is spectacular.