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Stay in the five star luxury of The Cromlix Hotel; owned by Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, this spectacular hotel is a short drive from the Ryder Cup venue of Gleneagles and is surrounded by pretty Scottish countryside.
The hotel has 15 luxurious rooms, including five suites, each individually designed. Each of the 10 bedrooms and 5 suites have their own individual design and character, along with splendid views of the Cromlix Hotel’s grounds. Room facilities include 32 inch televisions, personal safe, IPod docking stations, radio, free internet access and DVD player available upon request. Guests also have access to a library with billiard table, whisky room, bar and drawing rooms. Various activities are available to guests on the estate, including: Tennis court, Tennis practice wall, fishing on the loch, Archery, Falconry display, Outdoor garden games and in room spa treatments.
The Cromlix is also home to Albert and Michel Roux Jr's sixth Scottish Chez Roux establishment. Albert Roux is head of the famous cooking dynasty behind such establishments as Le Gavroche - the first ever restaurant in the UK to be awarded three Michelin Stars.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 2
- Total Rooms Number: 16
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Tennis Free: Yes
- Pool/Snooker Free: Yes
- Games Room Free: Yes
- Name: Dunblane Station
- Distance: 3 miles
- Name: EDINBURGH AIRPORT
- Distance: 42 miles
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
- Breakfast served to Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Free: Yes
- Nearest Rail Name: Dunblane Station Distance: 3 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Edinburgh Airport Distance: 42 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1242 reviews
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Stay Date: 03/2018, 24JulieB2014 wrote this review.
Cromlix completely exceeded my expectations. It is a beautiful, friendly hotel with absolutely amazing food. The rooms are large, comfortable and warm. My only criticism is the fire in the small drawing room needs to be more efficient as the lovely s… See more
Cromlix completely exceeded my expectations. It is a beautiful, friendly hotel with absolutely amazing food. The rooms are large, comfortable and warm. My only criticism is the fire in the small drawing room needs to be more efficient as the lovely staff seemed to be constantly trying to keep it going! I would have no hesitation in recommending Cromlix. Collapse
Expecting more for the rate paid
Stay Date: 03/2018, TouringScotsGirl wrote this review.
We stayed for one night on a room and breakfast rate for which we part paid with a very generous voucher we received as a gift. We have stayed at many 4 and 5 star country style houses across Scotland and the rest of the UK and I can honestly say th… See more
We stayed for one night on a room and breakfast rate for which we part paid with a very generous voucher we received as a gift. We have stayed at many 4 and 5 star country style houses across Scotland and the rest of the UK and I can honestly say there was nothing particularly special about Cromlix to warrant the excessive rate for what is essentially B&B. I would rate it at best 4*. Now I will go onto list why..... 1) room was satisfactory and comfortable, toiletries were standard. No tea tray facilities so had to order in the bar area at a cost of £9 each including a scone. Deliberately not placing these touches in the room really did grate for me. What was on offer in the room was a small bottle of sparking and still water and 5 small clementines which they boasted as a fruit bowl?! Robes and slippers were available but again I fully expected this. 2) very little to do onsite, there is a fishing lake which we had hoped to walk around but found we had reached this in 5 minutes and within 15 minutes were heading back as you can’t get all the way round. The rack of new wellies were a nice touch and needed so for this we were grateful but walking back through a busy lounge with dirty wellies wasn’t so great! There is a billiards room with a full size table and a selection of board games available which we managed to spend an hour in. The hotel will tell you they can arrange activities but this didn’t really seem like something I would take advantage of whilst staying for one or two nights. 3) food and drink choice is the real boost for Cromlix and I am certain this is what they bank on bringing in guests and impressing them. The quality of venison wellington was just beautiful, however, depending on your server will depend on the information given about the various accompaniments as we found. The dining environment just does not fit with the rest of the property, however, this is the price paid for converting a country house into a commercial enterprise. The wine list was extensive and with this comes a vary of costs which are highly inflated. The open kitchen did not impress us and as a result I did the next morning have distinctive food odours on my clothing! Breakfast was an impressive choice and I thoroughly enjoyed my eggs benedict and my husband said his full Scottish was THE best breakfast he’s ever had.....and that’s a good few! The whisky room was explored and the young lady who assisted my husband really did do a fab job. Informative and welcoming. There was absolutely no mention of pricing whilst making selections....thankfully no huge surprises but after making selections and checking the prices I’m sure there could have been. The room was also freezing cold so not a place for hanging around. We were told on check in to treat the house as our home, I was away from home, I didn’t want to just feel at home, I wanted to feel like I was on a nice overnight stay being spoilt! My belief is that Cromlix is aiming for a foreign market tourist who don’t know what else Scotland has to offer and are cashing in on its association with Sir Andy Murray. There are many impressive country house hotels in Scotland that give Cromlix a run for its high price tag. I wouldn’t go out my way to stay again but glad of the voucher gift which took some of the feeling of being ripped off away from me. Collapse
An unearned one star
Stay Date: 03/2018, DavidRhianS wrote this review.
Despite spending £450 for an overnight stay at the Cromlix I have never been nor will I be going. I booked an overnight stay for my wife’s birthday confirming dates for a weekend in late April at lunchtime on Monday 5th March. This was on a no cance… See more
Despite spending £450 for an overnight stay at the Cromlix I have never been nor will I be going. I booked an overnight stay for my wife’s birthday confirming dates for a weekend in late April at lunchtime on Monday 5th March. This was on a no cancellation basis and by the morning of Wednesday 7th March circumstances had changed and I could no longer make this date. I asked what options I had in order to recover the £450. I was told someone would get back to me on it later that day. I didn’t receive a call back in the next few day. By Saturday I called again and again told someone would phone back which they did. I accept that this was on a no cancellation basis. However, between confirming the booking on Monday to cancelling on Wednesday it’s not as if the room was off the market for any real length of time. There is also over a month to go until the date of my booking. I expected to at the very worst receive the cash value as credit to use at a future date in the hotel. It’s not as if I’d held the room for a month and cancelled the day before. The best I got was they would refund me if they managed to resell the room. A top class hotel looking to charge £450 for literally nothing if they don’t resell the room. Surprisingly inflexible service from somewhere meant to be a top class hotel and a massive hit to my pocket for nothing at all. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, loobieloo1952 wrote this review.
First visit to Cromlix and it certainly won’t be the last. One of the best lunches we have had in a long time. ( marmalade soufflé to die for ) Delicious food ,attention to detail and wonderful friendly staff.
First visit to Cromlix and it certainly won’t be the last. One of the best lunches we have had in a long time. ( marmalade soufflé to die for ) Delicious food ,attention to detail and wonderful friendly staff. Collapse
A delightful hotel
Stay Date: 02/2018, Campbell36 wrote this review.
Stayed for two nights in this lovely hotel. Superb accommodation with wonderful young staff who seem to remember who you are from the moment you arrive. Someone in a review complained that there was no tea tray in the room but if you ask for this it … See more
Stayed for two nights in this lovely hotel. Superb accommodation with wonderful young staff who seem to remember who you are from the moment you arrive. Someone in a review complained that there was no tea tray in the room but if you ask for this it is placed elegantly in the room during the evening. Newspapers are complimentary. We would have given five stars but for some slight reservations about the food. It was just not quite as good as we hoped. Some of the dishes seemed rather over-elaborate and did not quite succeed and on more than one occasion the food, and the plate it was served on, were not quite hot. Despite this we had a most enjoyable stay. There was heavy snow overnight but by breakast time a tractor snowplough was clearing the long access drive. Collapse
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