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Welcome to Macdonald Arms Hotel

Address: Main Street, Balbeggie, Stanley (Perth), PH2 6EU

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Overlooking rural Scottish countryside and farmland, the family run Macdonald Arms Hotel offers guests traditionally decorated rooms. The restaurant serves tasty home-made food and the bar stocks real ales. In the village of Balbeggie guests are just 6 miles from the shops and restaurants at the centre of Perth. Only a few minutes’ drive away are countryside activities such as shooting, fishing and golf. Good-value rooms at the Macdonald Arms are traditionally furnished and each feature facilities such as a TV, tea/coffee maker and individual private shower rooms. The friendly and relaxing lounge bar has a stone fire place, and serves a range of beers, fine wines, and spirits. Guests can enjoy daily high tea with home baked treats, or sample the tasty evening menu in the restaurant.

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Perth Centre - Town Centre

Perth Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.6 miles (7.36 km)
Perth, at one time the capital of Scotland, possesses an engaging air of elegance and prosperity. Sitting on the banks of the silvery River Tay, it is surrounded by gloriously green scenery and provides an excellent touring base for seeing the wealth of castles, historic houses, gardens and countryside that this area offers. It is also referred to as St Johns Town and the Fair City. The town centre is dominated by the 4th century, former St Johns Cathedral, now the High Kirk of the Church of Scotland. Perth has been a market town for hundreds of years and its markets remain as popular as ever. The High Street, which is mainly pedestrianised and is complemented by the St Johns Shopping Centre.