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SPONSORED: Your chance to escape to the Highlands – Dunkeld House Hotel open from July 17

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Nestled into the Perthshire hills and overlooking the picturesque River Tay, Dunkeld House Hotel sits on a 280 acre estate in the heart of Scotland’s big tree country. Once a private home to the Duke of Atholl, the traditional Scottish house is perfectly placed for a peaceful highland retreat.

Popular walking trails and cycle routes found on the doorstep of the country house hotel lets you easily explore Perthshire’s magical woodlands and surrounding hills. Whether you’re on a short break or stopping by as part of a touring holiday, the beautiful grounds and idyllic location will soon have you reconnecting with nature and the Scottish countryside.

The hotel plans to reopen from Friday 17th July and has put additional health and safety measures in place to welcome guests. With an abundance of wide-open space and beautiful scenery, it’s the ideal place to experience a safe and enjoyable break.

Choose to book either a flexible rate or one of their tailored packages. All of which include full use of the spa and leisure facilities, free parking and Wi-Fi, access to the hotel’s peaceful woodland and riverside walking trails, and a full Scottish breakfast each morning of your stay.

On the two night Highland Escape package you’ll enjoy a glass of prosecco and a savoury scone with smoked salmon, along with a three-course dinner in the riverside restaurant on the first evening. All from just £144.50 per person*.

For those seeking something shorter the one night Dunkeld Fizz package includes a glass of fizz on arrival and an evening dining in the riverside restaurant with a three-course dinner. From only £84.50 per person*.

Or if you’re planning a weekend trip and want to make it last that little bit longer why not extend your stay with the one night Sunday Saver bed and breakfast package. From just £59.50 per person*.

To find your perfect break and check availability or to find out more information on the hotel’s enhanced safety guidelines visit Dunkeld House Hotel’s website by clicking here.

*Terms and conditions apply to flexible rates and packages. Visit website for full details.