The Quaint Ardeonaig Hotel, Scotland
The fabulous Ardeonaig Hotel is situated on the banks of Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire, Scotland.
The former 16th century inn, previously owned by South African born Pete Gottgens, boasts 25 elegant bedrooms all with en suite bedrooms, a contemporary restaurant, five individual thatched Shieling lodges and two cottage suites. Its quaint white washed façade, stylish interiors and location make it Perthshire’s most idyllic location.
All of the luxurious double bedrooms have been individually decorated and have their own chic style, king size beds and the hotel is presently investing in all the latest technology including plasma TV, DVD and wireless internet.
The Ardeonaig Restaurant serves a selection of modern and classic dishes using quality Scottish produce. Head Chef Ross Miller prepares fresh and exciting dishes that tantalise the taste buds. An intense focus on using only the freshest ingredients is what sets the Ardeonaig Restaurant apart, and ensures that all customers leave feeling completely satisfied with their dining experience.
The hotel is in a hamlet on the southern shore of Loch Tay. This is the quieter side, with most traffic following the main road on the opposite bank. At 14 miles from one end to the other, Loch Tay is one of the longest of the freshwater lochs in Scotland, and one of the most beautiful. Just above the northern shore and facing Ardeonaig is a group of seven munros, with the peak of Ben Lawers dominating the surrounding area.
Perthshire and Loch Tay are amongst the world’s best known locations for salmon and trout fishing.
Bed and Breakfast standard double room is £120.00 per room per night. For further information call +44 (0) 1567 820 400 or email email@example.com.
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