Member since June 2021
Set in 365 acres of stunning countryside, Murrayshall offers a luxurious country house experience in the heart of Scotland. Lovingly restored over the past few years & just 3 miles from Perth, offering guests a tranquil haven in which to unwind & relax. With elegant & spacious rooms, 27-holes of parkland golf & 2AA Rosette award winning restaurant.
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Stay in a Superior room and receive:
- Chilled glass of Prosecco each on arrival
- Two course dinner in the restaurant on one evening (value £32pp)
- Full Scottish breakfast for two daily
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- 27 hole golf course & driving range
- 2 Rosette ward wining restaurant
- Luxurious bedrooms
- Superbly located in central Scotland
- Dating back over 400 years
- Newly built courtyard with alfresco dining
- Set in 365 acres of parkland
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Murrayshall Country House Hotel
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Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
Breakfast 7am – 10am / 10.30am (Sunday)
Sunday lunch 12.00 – 2.30pm
Dinner 6pm – 9pm
Stutts Clubhouse Bar & Grill
All-day dining 8am – 9pm
Afternoon Tea is served in the Lynedoch Lounge from 1pm till 4pm.
Afternoon Tea 12.30 – 4pm
Lounge food menu 12 – 5pm
Food will be available from the new Stutts menu and will be served outside until 9 pm, with drinks available until 10 pm. Please be advised that table booking is essential.
Complimentary on site parking is available
One of the Superior rooms is accessible with a wet room, please contact us to check availability. Due to the age of the building, this hotel does not have a lift.
Children are welcome and canbe accomodated in certain rooms, additional charges apply. Please contact our team for further details and availability.
History of the hotel
Originally built in 1664, Murrayshall House was initially owned by Sir Andrew Murray (son of First Lord Balvaird and brother of David Murray, the Second Lord of Balvaird and Fourth Viscount of Stormont). The direct descendants of this family, the Earls of Mansfield, still occupy Scone Palace just down the road.
The house was modernised in the 18th century and again in 1864. The property continued to change hands following various family tragedies until 1973 when it was sold to a group of businessmen who made the most of the 365 acre estate and created the basis for the luxury hotel you see today.
Dogs are charged at £25.00 per dog per night. They are not allowed in the restaurants but are allowed in the bar. Dogs are not permitted in room types in the main building and can only be accommodated in certain rooms in the outside building.
You can book any hotel break through our secure online booking system.
If you have any queries please check our FAQs. We accept the following credit and debit cards: