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"Oh dear God, why is it that the Scots seem incapable of combining good food, pleasant surroundings and quality service?
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Dunning is a small ancient village near Auchterarder in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is situated the valley of Strathearn, north of the Ochil Hills.
The village has a vast amount of history. Parts of a rampart and ditches of 1st century Roman camp remain in Kincladie Wood.
The medieval village was built around the church of St. Serfs 1200 by the Earl of Strathearn; the church has interesting architecture with an early medieval tall square tower with round headed two-light arched Anglo-Saxon windows.
The village was mostly destroyed by the Jacobites in 1716 in revenge for the Battle of Sheriffmuir, surprisingly St. Serf’s church survived and is the centrepiece of the village.
The village shops are beside the church overlooking the Tron Square. The Dunning Burn heading north to the River Earn is nearby overlooked by the Inn and a restaurant.
The village green is to the east with the war memorial and the Victorian Parish church.
St. Serf’s church hosts the Dupplin Cross, a 9th century carved pictish cross originally sited on a hillside near the village.
Near the village stands a stone cairn with a cross, a monument to Maggie Wall, burnt as a witch in 1657.
St Serf’s Church & Dupplin Cross
Pub and Bar
Dunning Primary School
The Food Store
Places to Stay near Dunning
The Eyrie B&B
Rural retreat with heated swimming pool and guest drawing room with open fire. Fabulous base to explore all of Perthshire, castles and whisky distilleries, Gleneagles Hotel with 2* Michelin restaurant just 3 miles, Auchterarder 3 ... More
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Cairn Lodge Hotel
Duchally House Hotel
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Set Deep Within The Spectacular Glens Of Rural Perthshire Within 27 Acres Of Landscaped Grounds. Recently Refurbished And Ideally Situated For The Splendid Sporting Facilities ... More
An Lochan Tormaukin Country Inn and Restaurant
An Lochan,Tormaukin, originally an 18th century Drovers' Inn, is situated close to Gleneagles, in an idyllic rural setting, surrounded by the beautiful Ochil Hills.
The tranquil location is ideal for either ... More
Travelodge Perth Broxden Junction
There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More
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Bronton Cottage B&B
High-amenity B&B, newly opened. Local produce for breakfast, with home-made bread and preserves. All rooms en-suite, with power-showers. Verandah and garden. No smoking within the house. No pets other than ... More
The Lovat Hotel offers a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. The Lovat Hotel is located on the main route into Perth, making it an ideal choice for the business person.
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Rowanlea Guest House
Rowanlea is consistently graded Visit Scotland 4 stars for the last 18 years , therefore is an ideal base for your stay, whether on business or holiday. Our ensuite rooms ... More
Modern, spacious, central to all amenities, comfortable and highly recommended
A traditional Perthshire country house hotel, the Huntingtower has a long established reputation as one of the areas principal hotels in Perth and is in a wonderful location, whether your stay ... More
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