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The Log Cabin Hotel
Blairgowrie
Perthshire

PH10 7NA | View map

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The Log Cabin Hotel is a gorgeous traditional Norwegian pine cabin set high in the picturesque hills of highland Perthshire. The hotel is set in secluded woodland where you can often spot local wildlife such as red squirrels, deers, pheasants, rabbits and buzzards from your own bedroom windows. From our front bar you can also enjoy stunning views down the glen and local countryside while eating some great food cooked using local ingredients such as vennison, sirloin steaks and even local honey. Our friendly staff will make sure you are well looked after and children are most welcome as we have a special kids menu and lots of toys to keep the young ones amused. As well as lovely doubles and twin rooms we also have spacious family rooms and a large bunk room suitable for hill walkers/backpackers or for groups travelling together. For the hill walkers/outdoor enthusiasts we also offer a drying room facility and we are happy to make packed lunches for the next stage of your trip. All of our rooms have coffee and tea making facilities and en-suite bathrooms (our double/twin rooms also have Tv's and Ipod docking radio alarm clocks).

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