Situated in the picturesque village of Birnam you will find the Birnam Hotel, a fine example of Victorian architecture. The fine wrought iron gates are said to have been brought from Venice by Sir John Stewart, a wealthy aristocrat, to mark the entrance to Murthly Castle, which was subsequently demolished in 1850. Step inside the main door of the hotel and you will find a traditional family run hotel with a modern feel, having been tastefully decorated and furnished in keeping with this fine building. Move on upstairs and you enter in to the Baronial Hall which was once said to be “one of the finest public rooms in Scotland - “Dunkeld - Its Straths and Glens” (1858). This high vaulted room must be an excellent venue for any large function especially weddings and Ceilidh's. Together with its 27 en-suite rooms Scot' lounge bar which serves meals daily and has an excellent range of scotch malt whiskies and spirits and the addition of the beauty salon opening late September it seems to have everything and everyone catered for. And there's more, right next door and owned and run by the Birnam Hotel you will find the Birnam Inn with its cozy bar and spacious, modern style Italian pizzeria restaurant with its extensive menu, this is something different and totally unexpected but well worth the visit.
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