Set in the dramatic surroundings of the Perthshire countryside, Dalhenzean Lodge is our beautiful B&B providing an excellent place to stay with a warm welcome and exceptional hospitality. The views here are breathtaking and there are mountains to climb, rivers for fishing and opportunities for all types of outdoor activities. Our guest house is a former hunting lodge and offers a welcoming base to return to each evening whether you're enjoying local sightseeing, visiting local attractions or the thrills of the Glenshee ski slopes. Nearby, historic buildings, castles and distilleries make a fantastic alternative to the great outdoors, giving you a true taste of Scotland however you choose to spend your days. Book online, or call for further details.
Here at Dalhenzean we offer two double guest bedrooms, both of which offer full amenities and exceptional comfort. One is en-suite, and the second has a private bathroom. We have a guest lounge in which you can relax, and our dining room where you'll enjoy breakfast each morning. Our delicious breakfasts include vegetarian and vegan options and are sure to prepare you for the day ahead. Packed lunches are available by arrangement.
We provide a free wireless internet connection here at the lodge, and offer plenty of space to park your car on site. Pets are welcome by arrangement, as are children with reduced rates for guests under the age of twelve. We speak English, French and German, and we're happy to accept your booking today by phone. Please call now for further information.
For our many walkers, cyclists, anglers and skiers who need safe overnight storage for equipment, or facilities to dry and air outdoor clothing, these are available at no cost.
Dalhenzean Lodge is located immediately beside the main A93 Perth-Braemar road, 17 miles north of Blairgowrie and 2 miles south of Spittal of Glenshee. Access to the private driveway is directly from the A93 and is well signed from both directions, with prominent signage both before and at the entrance. For walkers, the grid reference of the house is NO 131674 on Ordnance Survey Map ‘Landranger 43’.