Breadalbane Arms

Aberfeldy, Perthshire
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"This is certainly not a 'luxury' hotel, but our room was clean and comfortable, the food w..."

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Why stay at Breadalbane Arms?

The Breadalbane Arms Hotel was established as a Coaching Inn over two centuries ago. Centrally situated in Aberfeldy’s main square, it is in an ideal location for a short break. Enjoy traditional cuisine in the hotel’s restaurant, which overlooks the cobbled square of the charming town. Relax with a highland malt whisky in the cosy lounge bar serves a wide range of drinks and Highland malt whiskies. Rooms are traditionally furnished, and each benefits from an en suite bathroom. Whether you want to relax and unwind, or participate and perhaps learn a new sport, there is something for all in Aberfeldy.


  • Centrally situated in Aberfeldy
  • Ideal location for a short break


  • Dewar’s World of Whisky
  • Tour the distillery and heritage exhibition, showcasing the history of this now global brand.
  • Castle Menzies
  • Take a step back in time at this 16th century castle and learn about its turbulent history.
  • Ben Lawers National Reserve
  • Explore the range of mountains and see if you can spot at black grouse, an otter or a raven soaring overhead
  • Fortinghall Church and Yew Tree
  • This church was built on an easy Christian site, said to have been founded from Iona in 700AD. The Yew tree, situated in the churchyard is thought to be the oldest tree in Europe.


  • Check in:3pm
  • Check out: 11am
  • Pets welcome, £10 per night charge, only permitted in bedrooms
  • On site parking


  • Restaurant
  • Bar


  • TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • En suite facilities


  • 19 miles from Dunkeld & Birnam railway station
  • Adjacent to bus stop
  • 72 miles from Edinburgh airport

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5.
This is certainly not a 'luxury' hotel, but our room was clean and comfortable, the food was excellent and the staff welcoming and helpful - and all for not much more than the cost of a bed in a youth hostel. Thank you!...
Rated 1 out of 5.
This Hotel should be shut down. Single room with a double bed squeezed in. Food inedible and very little choice. One woman running the show. Checked us in, cooked, served, and tended the bar.(although just one customer) What should have been a nice stop over for one night was a miserable day/night in this establishment. We would have walked out if we had to stay longer than a night. The only up side was at least it was quite clean(although didn't look to closely). This has actually put u......
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