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Inchrie Castle Hotel
Duchray Road

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Inchrie Castle Hotel stands in the beautiful surroundings of the Trossachs in the heart of Scotland's first National Park. A former keep, built on a knowe above the village of Aberfoyle, with a long and proud tradition of all that is Scottish. It was here Highlander, Rob Roy McGregor, forayed in the 17th century and almost 300 years later, in one of the cosy oak beamed rooms of what was then Inchrie Castle Hotel, the 'Second Covenant' to give Scotland its own Parliament was signed by a small group of dedicated and proud Scotsmen. The ambience of the hotel is traditionally Scottish with a real tartan flair, with all reception log fires lit guests can experience a friendly “Welcome to Scotland”. The rooms are of a good size for all group types and the hotel annexe is a traditional self contained house with 9 superior bedrooms. Perfect for a wedding party or a group of friends who wish to have their own part of the hotel whilst enjoying all the facilities. The Hotel facilities include, 50 ensuite bedrooms, •ballroom, •discovery lounge bar overlooking Ben An, 50 cover restaurant, Library with stunning views, Forth Suite for 40 guests, dungeon bar & Library. There is a restaurant menu and bar menu that focuses on traditional Scottish food that matches the the ambience of the hotel. Local attractions within the peaceful mountain views are: Golf, walking, mountaineering, swimming, whisky trail, Stirling Castle, Edinburgh Castle.

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