“ Nice & quiet room, with nice view & great breakfast! from Lubeck, Germany
The Parsonage B&B in Auchterarder, Perthshire A home from home in the heart of Scotland
From the moment you arrive at the Parsonage Bed & Breakfast you will appreciate the warmth and hospitality offered by its owners - Margaret and John West. No matter the nature of your visit, whether it is for golfing, whisky tasting, walking, cycling, relaxing or for business, you can be assured that you will experience the best hospitality on offer in Auchterarder.
Conveniently located just 2 miles off of the A9 (Scotland’s main road to the Highlands), the Parsonage is easily accessible by car. We are also just under 2 miles away from the nearby Gleneagles train station, which has frequent trains from Glasgow and also Edinburgh (via Stirling).
As our Bed & Breakfast is situated in an old traditional building you have the benefit of the solidly built stone walls, which will ensure a peaceful night's rest. Then, when you rise in the morning you can enjoy the view over some of Scotland’s stunning hills which can be seen from all of our rooms.
We run a very relaxed and friendly B&B, so if you have any particular requirements for check-in or check-out times, or if you like your breakfast particularly early, or even a little later, we are happy to accommodate. We are also able to cater for any particular dietary requirements, if you could please notify us of these prior to your arrival.
“ Lovely to return to a fantastic, warm welcome! from Lamlash, Isle of Arran, Scotland
Rooms & breakfast
The Parsonage offers three spacious and comfortable twin rooms, each fitted with double glazing which ensures a peaceful stay whilst you enjoy the views of the Perthshire hillside from your room. All rooms are equipped with the following to make your stay more comfortable:
- Freeview TV
- Hospitality tray
- Free WiFi
*Available on request
Two of our rooms are en-suite and the third room is located directly across the hall from another shower room/W.C. All of our rooms are provided with complimentary toiletries and fresh towels on a daily basis.
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£33 - £45 per person per night
Guests will enjoy a traditional Scottish breakfast in our dining room. A typical breakfast menu that you might expect at the Parsonage would be:
- Fruit juice
- Fresh fruit salad - fruits in season
- Porridge/range of cereals
- Full Scottish breakfast (vegetarian alternative)
- Tea, coffee & toast
“ Very nice stay, & lovely friendly people! from Eindhoven, Netherlands
Things to see and do
Scotland is without a doubt the home of golf, and what better a location to base yourself than Auchterarder. With some of Scotland’s most prestigious golf courses just up the road at Gleneagles, you may find that you may have to stay an extra day or two. With the Kings Course, the Queens Course, the PGA Centenary Course and the Wee Course you truly are spoilt for choice when it comes to golf.
The Parsonage is just one hour's drive from Edinburgh & Glasgow and only a little over one hour from St Andrews, with its world-famous ‘Old Course’. Auchterarder itself boasts a delightful 18-hole course and lovely clubhouse where visitors are assured of a very warm welcome.
If you prefer the walking without carrying the clubs, then you are in the right place too. The Auchterarder and wider Perthsire area is perfect for walking for all abilities. To see just some of the walks on offer in the nearby area check out these walking routes on Walking Highlands.
OK, so you would rather have both feet off the ground. That is no problem, Perthshire has a wealth of places to cycle, whether it is a gentle lochside ride to soak up the scenery, or an adrenaline-pumping descent which will leave you caked in mud, this is the place to be. Check out some of the cycling routes on cycle-route.com.
Not overlooking another great asset to the Perthshire area, we of course have a wealth of fine Whisky distilleries on our doorstep. From The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturrett Distillery, to Dewars, to Tullibardine we have a great selection for you to nose, swirl and taste - leaving you not only with lasting memories of your visit, but also a lasting taste. You can see a full map of Whisky distilleries at Scotland Whisky’s website.
And once you are done with your day exploring the local area, what better way to finish up than enjoying a tasty meal. Auchterarder has a number of restaurants and bars where you can enjoy some tasty traditional food, washed down with a fine wine or a wee whisky. For example, why not visit Andrew Fairlie’s Michelin starred restaurant at Gleneagles.
Some other places that you may wish to explore and try whilst in the area:
- Blair Drummond Safari Park
- Stirling Castle
- Airth Castle
- The Wallace Monument
- Edinburgh Castle
- Scone Palace
- Cruises on Loch Lomond
- Cruises on Loch Katrine
- Falls of Bruar
- Falls of Dochart
- Loch Lubnaig
- Drummond Gardens
- Loch Venachar