Stay in Dunkeld & Birnam

Milton Birnam Hotel

Milton Birnam Hotel

The Birnam Hotel ibuilt on 1850 is steeped in history, from the Great Fire in 1912, to the visits by the King of Spain and by the French Empress, though
at different times. The French Empress stayed at the hotel when the
railway terminated at Birnam. She travelled incognito as a Countess and visited the Duke of Atholl who was in residence in Dunkeld. The Duke and Countess toured Scotland together during her stay. We may wonder if romance blossomed. The Birnam Hotel was much patronised by the nobility and gentry during the second half of the last century. It was said that if a young man wished to enter society he should first spend a month here to observe its manners. The fine wrought iron gates are said to have been brought from Venice by Sir John Stewart, a wealthy aristocrat, to mark
the entrance to Murthly Castle, which was demolished in 1950. The ideal accommodation base for walking, fishing, shooting, extreme water sports and much more. The Birnam Hotel also boasts a fine vaulted oak beam Baronial Hall which has hosted many an event and is the perfect wedding venue.



Reservation - 0730 - 22.30
Check-in - 15.00
Check-out - 11.00
Meals served - 12.00 - 15.00 & 17.00 - 21.00

Price & Payment

Payments accepted by - Credit card. Debit card or cash
Accommodation from £40.00 - £125.00 - depending on package and time of year

Perth Road
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Free on site parking for Customers and hotel guests


Internet Access - Public areas of the hotel only
Child Friendly - Bookings for families MUST be made directly with the hotel
Pet Friendly - Giests wishing to bring pets MUST book directly with the hotel as only a limited number of rooms available