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Sunbank House Hotel
50 Dundee Road
Perth
Perthshire

PH2 7BA | View map

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Set in delightful grounds, overlooking the beautiful city of Perth, this Victorian building is just a short walk from the city centre and has its own large private car park. Originally built in 1853, Sunbank House is now a privately owned 4-star small hotel, offering the kind of attention to detail only found in a high-quality establishment.

Maintained to a high standard, this elegant hotel offers beautifully furnished en suite accommodation. All of the comfortable rooms have TVs, hairdryers, trouser presses, telephones and tea/coffee making facilities. Family rooms and ground-floor disabled facilities are available.
Wi-Fi wireless broadband internet access is available throughout at an additional cost.
The hotel is fully licensed. Dinner is only available by prior arrangement but an imaginative snack menu is always on offer.
The hotel also caters for small corporate meetings for up to 20 people.
Free parking is available for guests.

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Price per Person

Price Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast and VAT
Double: From 40
Twin: From 40
Single: From 79
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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Garden

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