(Kinross) 4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- Two 18-hole golf courses
- Sauna, pool, steam room and Jacuzzi
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
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Settled in the picturesque countryside of Perthshire, The Green Hotel, Golf & Leisure Resort is a haven for anyone wanting to escape to a luxury destination. With two 18-hole golf courses, numerous bars and restaurants and a spa, health & fitness suite, this resort has everything.
The 4* Green Hotel has history dating back to the eighteenth century, and has maintained the character and period of the building’s past. Each of the guest rooms within the Green Hotel continue with the charm of the hotel’s exterior, and provide numerous facilities for guests, including black-out window drapes, hairdryer, telephone, TV, complimentary WiFi and plenty of soft towels. Many of the rooms also offer stunning views across the courtyard and ornamental fountain.
With five restaurants and two bars, guests staying at The Green Hotel have plenty of choices when making their evening plans. Basil’s Grill holds an AA rosette award for fine dining, and Monty’s Pizzeria is the ideal restaurant for families. As members of The Scottish Beef Club, all restaurants provide the finest meats available.
Guests can take advantage of the resort’s complementary leisure facilities, including a health and spa suite with sauna, pool, steam room and Jacuzzi, and for the more adventurous guests, tennis, the Loch Leven Heritage Trail and cycle hire are all available.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 46
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: PERTH
- Distance: 32 kilometres
- Name: EDINBURGH
- Distance: 40 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Rail Name: Perth Distance: 32 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Edinburgh Distance: 40 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 827 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Far too tired to be good!
Stay Date: 02/2018, wayfaringtheworld470 wrote this review.
I arrived having stayed the night before in a Premier Inn. You would never imagine that someone could be so disappointed about not being in a Premier Inn but I was believe me. I had read the reviews of the hotel before I went and I knew it was a bit… See more
I arrived having stayed the night before in a Premier Inn. You would never imagine that someone could be so disappointed about not being in a Premier Inn but I was believe me. I had read the reviews of the hotel before I went and I knew it was a bit tired but I truly wasn't ready for how bad it was. I went because sometimes these places do have a real charm and are a total find and I was doing some walking in the area and this hotel has a spa. Well that would have been great if any of that was actually working! Traffic cones on the Jacuzzi, drained and empty, steam room shut, peeling walls what a great look and I didn't even bother with the pool as the pool edge looked pretty dirty to me. That said the changing rooms looked reasonably clean but if no-one is using them then I suppose they would be. The spa is also in the Windlestrae hotel. Don't be fooled - it is the sister hotel to the Green Hotel but it's actually closed - only the spa/leisure centre remains open. It left me wondering if the hotel is struggling...... As for my room, it was large and reasonably warm but it was tired, worn and cheerless. My bed was really uncomfortable, when I rolled over (which was regularly as it was painful) the bed made such a noise. The wardrobe door was stuck so I left my things in my case. The doors to the room are a pain, they're still on the old handle and key method requiring two hands so if you are carrying anything you have to put it down to open the door. Grrr... I had to run around under the showerhead to get wet though the dribble of water that came out was quite hot and the shower curtain only just reached the bath, however, no way was the floor going to get wet. Downstairs in the general areas, they were just freezing and there were electric heaters plugged in to help with this though I'm not sure that it did. Also, not that I needed one I saw no sign of a lift so unsure how disabled guests would get upstairs. They couldn't get in the main revolving door but there is a door to the side that can be opened. Staff were friendly enough and the breakfast was genuinely very good I will say that but I did get overcharged that I noticed when I got home that then had to be sorted via email as you can't leave a voicemail which again just added to my disappointment. I wouldn't say to people not to stay here but I know that I won't stay again. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, DUBLIN1958-11 wrote this review.
Stayed here Friday got as gift from son and his wife booked Saturday as well for partners birthday ... very comfortable rooms ,, spacious food was delicious staff so friendly ..would defo go back again Breakfast great as well
Stayed here Friday got as gift from son and his wife booked Saturday as well for partners birthday ... very comfortable rooms ,, spacious food was delicious staff so friendly ..would defo go back again Breakfast great as well Collapse
If you're into geology this is the place for you!!!
Stay Date: 02/2018, travelgal2018177 wrote this review.
Do you like to sleep on rocks? Perhaps you also enjoy eating them? If so this hotel is the place to be. Ok, so in all seriousness - is this place the worst hotel I have ever stayed in? No. However, the money they are charging means you have certain … See more
Do you like to sleep on rocks? Perhaps you also enjoy eating them? If so this hotel is the place to be. Ok, so in all seriousness - is this place the worst hotel I have ever stayed in? No. However, the money they are charging means you have certain expectations that in my mind were not at all met To summarize, we paid £200 for 2 nights DBB (for a feature room) - DO NOT PAY FOR A FEATURE ROOM! for the extra (£20/night) you literally get a dressing gown that is rougher than sandpaper and some "one size fits nobody" slippers. That is it The "feature double" was 2 single beds pushed together - lying in the center of the crack is super fun - really causes all those aches and pains in your back that you never had before arriving in the "spa" hotel to come back The bed is harder than a rock. It's hard to believe there is even a mattress there. My back is still sore from it. The decor pre-dates the war (the first one) - great if you love your history. Really makes you feel like you are in a carehome - just the romantic atmosphere we were looking for. The carpets are threadbare, curtains are beyond hideous and you look out onto a small broken water feature in the courtyard that looks like even it has lost the will to live Now to the Spa - it's not even in the hotel. During our stay the Jacuzzi was out of order, the "steam room" looks like an old public toilet and the sauna can fit about 4 people max in it - you will find many people in the sauna (hiding from the hideousness of the hotel most likely)- mmmm sweaty! The pools is missing many tiles and there is no warm shower when you come out of the sauna (just one with freezing water) - so guess what, the lovely sweaty people from the sauna come out and jump in the pool - this does not making it appealing to get into the sweaty chlorine pit. It is dire. The "included dinner" is £20 per person max not including drinks. Do not expect a 3 course meal for this On our arrival we were informed there were 2 restaurants - Jocks bar and Basils. We decided to try the bar on the first night but were warned it would be busy until around 8 - we went therefore at 9 (last orders 9.30) and were snapped at for not booking. They then sat us outside the bar next to a couple with a dog - my partner has pet fur allergies so that made sleeping extra hard with all the sniffing and snoring (as if sleeping on a slab wasn't hard enough). The food is average - both in taste and price The second night we decided to try the other restaurant - it was closed (nobody told us this would be the case) - probably for the best as for a main course you are looking at £15 (with fun little ** in the menu informing you of a supplement of between £3-£12 if you are having the DBB rate - goodie!) Meaning we would have had a main and nothing else unless we would have paid extra. Now to breakfast. Imagine a room of really annoyed guests with a massive line at the buffet, hardly any food and hardly anywhere to sit. The breakfast room was crammed. The buffet food had been lying out for a while - (the rock solid black pudding inducing flashbacks of the bed- still traumatised) We had to actually ASK the waitress for some tea and coffee as this wasnt offered and then when it arrived it was cold. The people sitting next to us were also not happy and were grumbling about the lack of available food and the staleness of what was there. All in all - had this been £30/ night - ok fair enough. However, it was supposed to be a relaxing spa break and instead it resembled a night in faulty towers. On the upside I left with pain and my partner got a free eye infection (probably from the amazing pool) and they didnt charge us for either of those "extras" so we should be grateful I guess. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Kjl82 wrote this review.
Just returned from a 2 night stay at the Green Hotel and can’t say we were overly impressed. We stayed in one of the Signature rooms which was nice, albeit a little dated. It was very spacious, four poster bed, good sized bathroom and all the usual f… See more
Just returned from a 2 night stay at the Green Hotel and can’t say we were overly impressed. We stayed in one of the Signature rooms which was nice, albeit a little dated. It was very spacious, four poster bed, good sized bathroom and all the usual facilities you’d come to expect – the shower however was lacking in water pressure so showering was a bit tedious. We had dinner included as part of our deal and was pretty disappointing. The staff were great, very friendly, but the restaurant lacked any ambiance. The décor was very dated and there was only 3 other occupied tables - odd for a Friday night, so felt we were eating at a funeral home. We paid £18 for a bottle of screw top white wine (which we later found Asda was selling for £5) and it was placed on the table – no wine chiller. The wine glasses were the size of sherry glasses. Now I know all hotels, restaurants etc mark up all drinks, but if you’re paying £18 for a bottle of wine, the least you want to do is feel like it was worth it! The food itself was pleasant enough. Breakfast was again served in the dated restaurant. It was a buffet style, but the selection was very limited. From what I could see had not much in the way of vegetarian options. We had to ask for tea & coffee and when it arrived – no milk. Again we had to ask for milk which we finally got served in a small gravy boat!? Several other people had to ask for milk. I had thought when tea and coffee is served a jug of milk would come as standard. So little annoyances like this - having to repeatedly ask for things. The Jocks bar was a bit better, it had a bit of character and was fine to sit with a drink, but the lounge was literally like sitting in a retirement home. We sat for 10 mins and that was enough.We didn’t venture anywhere near the £25 a head ‘music venue’ Overall, our stay was ‘ok’. In fairness to the staff, as I said they were incredibly nice and friendly but those serving lack a little in their attention to detail. Parts of the hotel looked and felt very tired and dated and would very much benefit from an overhaul. The pool and sauna facilities are hosted at the hotel across the road at the eerily quiet sister hotel. If you do want to stay here, I’d recommend one of the signature rooms, however maybe skip dinner – there are several places in Kinross you can have a nice meal and drink (The Boathouse for one) and avoid the winter months as there seems to be literally nothing happening in Kinross. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2018, Anton D wrote this review.
meant to be staying in the green hotel, instead moved to windlestrae across road. on arrival there was no staff to greet us and our check in was delayed. we had to get one of the leisure staff to show us to our room. highlight was dinner in green hot… See more
meant to be staying in the green hotel, instead moved to windlestrae across road. on arrival there was no staff to greet us and our check in was delayed. we had to get one of the leisure staff to show us to our room. highlight was dinner in green hotel. food was great. if returning would go back to green and not the windlestrae. Collapse
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