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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 1422 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Spur of the moment stay at one of our favourite hotels
Stay Date: 01/2019, 996nickm wrote this review.
A pre-arranged cream tea turned into a superb afternoon tea which, as the weather was so mild for January, ended up as a 3 day stay. Graeme (Gen Manager) came up trumps again as he let us stay in our favourite room "Inglis" with our dogs. As usual we… See more
A pre-arranged cream tea turned into a superb afternoon tea which, as the weather was so mild for January, ended up as a 3 day stay. Graeme (Gen Manager) came up trumps again as he let us stay in our favourite room "Inglis" with our dogs. As usual we were welcomed back like old friends, which we possibly are! It is also good to see familiar faces still working at the hotel, itself a good sign. The room was just as we remembered- perfect. It has a homely feel, is large with a huge very comfortable bed. The whole ambiance at Cromlix is one of relaxation. We are always delighted by the quiet efficiency and friendliness of everyone. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening meals and could not fault either the presentation, amount or taste. Well done. As for breakfast ..... Elizabeth (Betty) the chef continues to produce food of high quality which sets you up for the day to explore the local area either by car or foot. For the more energetic there is a medium length walk onto the fells right behind the hotel. If you travel by car to Scone Palace you can enjoy the grounds by parking on the "b" road to the racecourse behind the palace. The tracks remain open to all and a decent stroll can be had right down to the River Tay. Dogs should be kept on a lead when sheep are around. Our thanks go to ALL the staff ( it would be unfair to single out individuals) who made our stay so enjoyable. We will definitely return. Collapse
Staff Makes Cromlix Special
Stay Date: 01/2019, Heedraba wrote this review.
A weekend 2 for 1offer lured my family to Cromlix and we weren’t disappointed. Our rooms were huge, spotless and extremely comfortable as you’d expect from a 5 Star country hotel. Our suite was lacking in coat hooks which was my partner’s only gripe… See more
A weekend 2 for 1offer lured my family to Cromlix and we weren’t disappointed. Our rooms were huge, spotless and extremely comfortable as you’d expect from a 5 Star country hotel. Our suite was lacking in coat hooks which was my partner’s only gripe but the other suites had a full compliament of hooks and coat hangers I’m please to report. The food was very good too. Only slight criticism is I’d be struggling to choose something different if we were staying more than 2 nights as I’m not into fish unless it’s battered or breaded. I had steak pudding the first night and the t-bone (£53 for 16oz) on the 2nd evening. But I have to say we all really enjoyed the breakfast. If you like getting your oats, you have to try Roux’ porridge brûlée. Fantastic! But the one thing that really makes Cromlix is the exceptional staff. The great majority of which are young and local. They’re all very friendly without being over-familiar, if you know what I mean; happy to give their expert advice on the beautiful surrounding area if asked. The main thing that struck me is that they all seem happy in their work. If not, they are great actors! If you’re lucky enough to afford it (you pay for what you get - but not always; take note Gleneagles) even an afternoon tea at Cromlix is a real treat. And it’s all down to the staff. Collapse
An overnight stay at Andy Murray's hotel
Stay Date: 01/2019, Jean L wrote this review.
Cromlix Hotel is about 10 minutes by car, north east of Dunblane. The hotel is set in large grounds, with a single track ( one - way ) entrance. This was the start of an enjoyable stay as three young deer ambled a… See more
Cromlix Hotel is about 10 minutes by car, north east of Dunblane. The hotel is set in large grounds, with a single track ( one - way ) entrance. This was the start of an enjoyable stay as three young deer ambled across the road in front of us before jumping a high fence into the adjacent field. First impression of the hotel is that of a grand ancestral home. We were met and welcomed on the path leading to the main entrance, then given a quick tour of the hotel before being shown to our room where our case and bags were waiting. We had been up-graded to the Eden Suite at the top of the hotel - not so much a suite, more a large flat. All the rooms were large, ( including the bathroom with it's twin showers, large bath, twin sinks and twin heated towel rails ). The rooms were tastefully furnished with an abundance of storage space. This is the first 5 star hotel I have stated in which had 2 large mirror / TV's. The restaurant appears to be a modern add-on, which I felt was out of keeping with the ambiance of the rest of the hotel. In my opinion if you decide to have an open kitchen, go the full hog and incorporate sloping mirrors above the food prep area and allow guests a full view of the cooking process. The petit fours before the evening meal were attractive and tasty, and the canapes and coffee after were not really needed, but we enjoyed them never the less. The breakfast options included poached pears and peaches, which were simply delicious. I could go on and on singing the praises of Cromlix, but instead will close by saying a big thank you to all who gave us such a great time Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2019, Carol R wrote this review.
A birthday treat to have afternoon tea at this lovely hotel. A scrumptious selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones with lashings of tea and coffee. Ate too much and still had to take a doggie bag home. Service was exceptional and not at all pretent… See more
A birthday treat to have afternoon tea at this lovely hotel. A scrumptious selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones with lashings of tea and coffee. Ate too much and still had to take a doggie bag home. Service was exceptional and not at all pretentious, all in all a lovely experience. Would highly recommend Collapse
Hogmanay 2018 - Fantastic
Stay Date: 12/2018, DMA_86 wrote this review.
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at Cromlix for 3 days to celebrate Hogmanay. Cromlix is quite simply fantastic. From the moment we arrived the staff were welcoming and friendly. We stayed in the Gatehouse, which is situated about 1km or … See more
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at Cromlix for 3 days to celebrate Hogmanay. Cromlix is quite simply fantastic. From the moment we arrived the staff were welcoming and friendly. We stayed in the Gatehouse, which is situated about 1km or so from the house, so the staff kindly arrange to do pick ups / drop off as and when you need. The Gatehouse is beautiful, it is clean, quaint and really spacious with a massive bathroom, and large comfortable bed; there was also a kitchen which was fully equipped. We booked a Hogmanay package which included food, accommodation and activities. We ate each day at the main restaurant, the service was excellent, and I loved that you can see the food being prepared, they are very accommodating if you have food allergies as well, and happily changed dishes to suit needs. My favourite had to be the afternoon tea, but over the 3 days I couldn't fault the food at all. Activities wise we participated in Clay pigeon shooting and archery, this is great fun - even if you are useless like me, it was really good to have a go. The grounds of Cromlix are lovely to walk around, it has its own fishing loch, and outdoor games. My absolute highlight however was celebrating Hogmanay. This was probably up there with the best NYE celebration we have had. It was great fun, the staff seemed to have a great time as well, we were really fortunate that all the guests were lovely and taught how to Ceilidh dance, again we was useless but this didn't deter from the fun. Then they laid on fireworks, it was just a great evening. We was genuinely sad to leave, and would love to plan a trip back at some point. I would definitely recommend staying here, and if you are stuck with 2019 Hogmanay Ideas this is an absolute must. Can't wait to stay again. Collapse
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