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Reviews of The Strathardle, Blairgowrie

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Review by Josie Allan on 5th September, 2005

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My husband, myself and Sherrydog (Cairn Terrier)had an overnight stay at this welcoming dog friendly hotel. Our room was large and comfortable, the bathroom was twice as big as we have had in other hotels, the evening meal was very good and the breakfast excellent. Much to see in this beautiful area. Our final bill was far less than we had anticipated considering what we had consumed and drank! We will definately stay at The Strathardle Inn next time we are in the area.

Date visited: August 2005

Review by Jean

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Breakfast excellent. Nothing was too much trouble for the very friendly staff.,"The scenery surroundng the hotel is very picturesque and the hotel is within easy reach of Blairgowrie and Pitlochry, where shops, restaurants etc.can be found. The staff were very helpful and went out of their way to provide us with information or anything else that we needed. The evening meals were more than adequate and the whole atmosphere was very relaxing. There was ample parking at the hotel itself and it is an excellent centre for sightseeing."

Date visited: 21/09/2004

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