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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 1277 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Best Hotel Experience I’ve ever had
Stay Date: 05/2018, keeno1642 wrote this review.
No words can really do justice to the experience we had at Cromlix. In a world where customer service doesn’t tend to exist anymore they spared no effort. From meeting us at the car park, helping with our bags to the simple tone of waiters and waitre… See more
No words can really do justice to the experience we had at Cromlix. In a world where customer service doesn’t tend to exist anymore they spared no effort. From meeting us at the car park, helping with our bags to the simple tone of waiters and waitresses this is genuinely a five star experience and worth every penny. When I read in the information pack that they have their own loch you can try fishing for brown trout in with rods available downstairs, I fully expected a charge, absolutely free of charge with the most idyllic private loch. Despite the beauty of the grounds it really is the staff that make Cromlix so special, A true treat and somewhere I will be revisiting the second I have the chance to. THANK YOU! Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, Billy S wrote this review.
Must admit before we went I did wonder why it was so difficult to book. Now I know! An exclusive location within the hotel for a limited number of guests makes this really special. My wife and myself arrived with my mum who is 85 years old. The staf… See more
Must admit before we went I did wonder why it was so difficult to book. Now I know! An exclusive location within the hotel for a limited number of guests makes this really special. My wife and myself arrived with my mum who is 85 years old. The staff from when we parked the car were welcoming, friendly and attentive with nothing being too much trouble. The large tastefully decorated drawing room was set out for I believe 6 or 7 other parties. It was busy but certainly not crowded with ample room and space between the parties. The staff quickly identified an issue with the original chair and table for my mum and brought in a more suitable higher chair and table. It’s the small things that really count. The waitress then brought through an extensive tea menu (yes seemingly it ain’t just tetley tea in this world) and left us time to choose and read through the detailed description of them all. The tea duly arrived and was followed by a superb looking array of pastries, sandwiches, scones and cakes with the waitress giving a detailed description of them all, fortunately my wife listened more intently than I did to what they all were as my eyes being bigger than my stomach were already in eating mode. The bottom plate had some 3 finger sandwiches each a lovely pastry and a spiced scone. The top two plates having a selection of cakes. A further plate was also presented with a plain and fruit scone clotted cream and jam. Some of the cakes were not ones I would have selected but on trying them I have to admit that each and every one was delicious! So at £22:50 per person as a treat I really cannot fault this exclusive experience well worth the wait to get booked up. No criticism although I believe most people take away a ‘doggy’ bag of unfinished cakes and perhaps a few less cakes and a few more sandwiches may be a better option but that is me being really picky. Also the hotel are more than happy to box up the leftovers so you can enjoy those delicious cakes even with some ‘tetley’ tea at home :) All in all an exclusive dining experience with friendly attentive staff but certainly not on a stuffy pretentious level. Highly recommended. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, 300Cha wrote this review.
Here with two friends for afternoon tea as birthday treat and what a treat it was! From the minute we arrived and were greeted by Lee we were treated like royalty. Nothing was too much trouble for the excellent staff. We were a little early and, … See more
Here with two friends for afternoon tea as birthday treat and what a treat it was! From the minute we arrived and were greeted by Lee we were treated like royalty. Nothing was too much trouble for the excellent staff. We were a little early and, although our table was ready, we were lucky enough to be shown round the hotel and given relevant information regarding different rooms. Where do I begin describing afternoon tea. We had a beautiful seat by the window overlooking the grounds.. First came a menu with all the different teas you could have which fully explained their taste and where they came from. Coffee was also available if desired. Then came the cake stand which again the contents of each tier were fully explained. From the black pudding in pastry, sandwiches, sponge cake, delightful desserts and the fruit and plain scones with cream and jam,everything was absolutely delicious. The black pudding in pastry was especially good. We were full up before we got to the sponge cake !!! Tea and coffee were replenished by the very attentive staff if and when required. What we could not eat was boxed and given to us when we left. There was no time limit on how long we could sit there which made it even more relaxing. Had it not been for the fact we had a train to catch we would have stayed a lot longer. We strolled round the grounds before heading for the station. Cannot praise this establishment and its staff highly enough and will definitely return. Well done Andy Murray and all concerned for making Cromlix House available for occasions such as this and more. Collapse
Afternoon tea done properly
Stay Date: 05/2018, MelroseMunchkin wrote this review.
So popular we had to book at least a month in advance and then could only get a table on a Monday afternoon! A lovely country house hotel with superb service - attentive, friendly and professional without being intrusive or overly formal. The after… See more
So popular we had to book at least a month in advance and then could only get a table on a Monday afternoon! A lovely country house hotel with superb service - attentive, friendly and professional without being intrusive or overly formal. The afternoon tea was most enjoyable. Would have liked napery on the table. Good sandwiches with plenty of filling, nice hot and cold savouries (duck pastry rolls, smoked salmon sables), passionfruit macaroons, lemon 'tarts', coconut tray bake and three types of cake (carrot, gingerbread, lemon drizzle). All very neatly served but the cakes really rather pedestrian in their presentation. Hoping the planned ambitious expansion to the hotel will not spoil the lovely atmosphere. Collapse
Lots of young staff
Stay Date: 04/2018, Graeme Y wrote this review.
A very nice hotel that just misses the mark. The restaurant was good but not great .The waiting staff are very inexperienced. The food compared to the sister restaurant in Inverness , Rocpool, is a distant second Overall a very nice hotel reception … See more
A very nice hotel that just misses the mark. The restaurant was good but not great .The waiting staff are very inexperienced. The food compared to the sister restaurant in Inverness , Rocpool, is a distant second Overall a very nice hotel reception staff very good .Rooms excellent . Collapse
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