“This charming coaching house, named after Queen Victoria who stayed here once, is perfectly positioned in the pretty village of Comrie on the banks of the River Earn. Splendid scenery, golf courses and country sports are all nearby but the welcoming and comfortable surroundings of the hotel are temptation enough to stay closer to home. Curling up on a plump sofa, beside a crackling fire with an interesting book, is a splendid way to pass the time and a great antidote to the hustle and bustle of city life. Chef patron David Milsom serves Scotland’s finest ingredients simply but well, with the chance to eat in the walled garden if the weather plays along. Bedrooms are decorated in a contemporary style with plenty of luxuries and make a good end to the day.”
Written by Louise Farquhar
“Bestowed it's name by Queen Victoria this charming small hotel nestles in Comrie, near Crieff amidst the splendor of Strathearn and the Southern Scottish Highlands. Lovingly restored by its owners in 1996 with the aim of creating "a beautiful, intimate, small, luxury hotel in Scotland", this really is the place for that special break. Whether fishing, walking, playing golf, sightseeing or just relaxing, The Royal offers that special, intimate ambience.
True to the aim of being a luxury hotel in Scotland The Royal has a good local reputation for fine food in its restaurant and bar. Chef Patron David Milsom has been awarded an AA rosette for his innovative but traditionally styled food. This is complemented by an award winning wine list chosen by manager Jerry Milsom. What luxury hotel in Scotland would be complete without a generous selection of malt whiskies? The Royal has a selection of over one hundred different types to tempt you!”