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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 914 reviews
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Stay Date: 01/2017, AyrshireHolidayman wrote this review.
Spent just one night here to celebrate an anniversary. I must say immediately, the greatest asset of this hotel is its staff. We were mysteriously met in the carpark by a charming porter who carried our luggage up to the hotel. There we were met by t… See more
Spent just one night here to celebrate an anniversary. I must say immediately, the greatest asset of this hotel is its staff. We were mysteriously met in the carpark by a charming porter who carried our luggage up to the hotel. There we were met by three (yes, THREE!) lovely young ladies at reception and quickly checked in and escorted to our room. This was a large double with sizeable ensuite. Windows on two aspects looked out to the grass areas around the building. I won't call these "lawns" because, even allowing for it being January, they looked pretty much like 'scrub'! To be honest, the immediate hotel grounds could do with a make-over. There is too much grass and gravel to be attractive. However, once inside, things improve enormously. The room itself was lovely; the lounges are supremely comfortable, especially with the log fire burning merrily, and the overall sense of peace and tranquillity is a rare commodity these days. Now, remember this a country house hotel. Therefore, first sighting of the bar and dining room comes as a bit of a culture shock. After the wood panelling and plush carpeting of the lounges, suddenly you are plunged into hardwood floors and wall mirrors and bright lighting. It 'jars' a bit with the ambience of the place, but, no matter. What goes on there is high quality. Snack lunch in the lounge had been good; dinner was better. We chose from the Daily Menu (£35 to non-residents) - great choice, well cooked, nice presentation. Wine prices a shade 'rich' even by 5* hotel standards (a 'cheap' bottle close on £40) but the whole experience in the dining room makes you forget yourself for one night and you just 'roll' with it! Come on...life is for living and it's too short to carp about small details. Go there and see for yourself! Oh, and by the way.....I think someone on Trip Adviser complained that the food portions were not large enough for their taste. Mmm..........how large did they expect? The platefuls we were presented with were way big enough in my opinion. If anything maybe even a tad too large for this standard of establishment. They have three AA rosettes at Cromlix. I have been other places of similar rating with much smaller portion sizes than this. All in all, a lovely experience. Would I go back? Oh yes.....when???!!! Collapse
A World Class Hotel
Stay Date: 01/2017, Crystal2161 wrote this review.
This is an outstanding world class hotel which compares very well to the best five star hotels any where in the world. We had a dinner bed and breakfast booking for a special birthday and were very impressed by the location of the hotel in the large … See more
This is an outstanding world class hotel which compares very well to the best five star hotels any where in the world. We had a dinner bed and breakfast booking for a special birthday and were very impressed by the location of the hotel in the large grounds of the Cromlix estate. Our welcome was warm and we felt very special: first we were met in the car park and helped with our luggage; then we were welcomed by a charming receptionist and shown to our suite, with a helpful detour on the key features of the hotel. The hotel is richly and tastefully furnished in keeping with a grand Scottish house in a modern style. The suite was spacious and very impressive with a stylish bathroom - well stocked with Arran Aromatic toiletries. The bed was very comortable and the bed linen was wondeful, made from the fine Eygptian cotton. Dinner was outstanding: a wondeful Jerusalem artichoke soup, tasty fillet steak, orange soufle ... good wines too. Breakfast did not disappoint and was skilfully cooked in view of all diners. All staff were friendly, professional and made it their business to please us and give us a wonderful experience. When we left there was even help in scraping ice off our car! Collapse
Booked into the Cromlix for dinner for my Mum's birthday. It was a real a real treat....
Stay Date: 01/2017, Debbster6 wrote this review.
From start to finish the evening was a class act. We were warmly greeted on arrival and made to feel very welcome, settling in in front of the cosy log fire for our pre dinner drinks. Then following our order being taken we enjoyed our walk through … See more
From start to finish the evening was a class act. We were warmly greeted on arrival and made to feel very welcome, settling in in front of the cosy log fire for our pre dinner drinks. Then following our order being taken we enjoyed our walk through the lovely bar with hand painted Japanese murals into the Chez Roux restaurant. Again all of the staff were exceptionally friendly and welcoming. It's all the little extras that made this visit so special. From the amuse bouche and warm bread, to the fruit in your water and presentation....it was a genuine treat. When there was a little hiccup with my Dad's beef the maitre d' apologised by providing him with complimentary roast duck free of charge with very little fuss (just a pity it wasn't his original selection of filler steak but this was not a big deal). Would I return? Most definitely- even if just for the wine which my Mum and I agreed was one of the loveliest Riojas we've tasted. Food quality was exceptional and we all had fun. Only downside was with nighttime in January we missed the lovely views. Will try to return in Summertime for afternoon tea. Collapse
10 out of 10 for best dog friendly hotel
Stay Date: 01/2017, ambioran wrote this review.
We stayed in the gate lodge for one night on 4 January. This suited us best for our elderly dog i.e. No stairs and direct access to garden. The lodge is perfect for dogs and to our surprise 2 dog beds were laid out in the sitting room, plus bowls a… See more
We stayed in the gate lodge for one night on 4 January. This suited us best for our elderly dog i.e. No stairs and direct access to garden. The lodge is perfect for dogs and to our surprise 2 dog beds were laid out in the sitting room, plus bowls and towels. There was even a dog menu...........Other hotels purport to be dog friendly and charge an extra cost per dog and provide a dog welcome pack - the pack in my opinion is nothing but a list of rules for dog owners. Cromlix does neither and please stay that way. The food was good enough but we thought that perhaps it could have been better bearing in mind the Roux tag. We will visit again and especially if a new spa etc is planned. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, Lynne C wrote this review.
A special treat for myself and my hubby. I had won a competition to see 'Andy Murray Live' in Glasgow. The prize included spending money so we decided to use some having lunch here. From the moment we arrived until we left we were treated like VIPs. … See more
A special treat for myself and my hubby. I had won a competition to see 'Andy Murray Live' in Glasgow. The prize included spending money so we decided to use some having lunch here. From the moment we arrived until we left we were treated like VIPs. Had champagne and only a 2 course lunch but you get nibbles with your drinks, tiny canapes before your starter and perfect little sweet treats afterwards. Very attentive staff and the food was out of this world. Starters were delicious but the star was the main. We shared a chateuabriande which neither of us have had before. It melted in our mouths and the accompanying sauces were so flavourful especially the bone marrow and port jus. Spied Chef Albert Roux in a corner having his lunch. His company runs the restaurant so of course things would have been perfect that day. Took a walk to the loch after and it was so tranquil. Prices really not so bad for such a classy establishment. We will definitely return. Collapse
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