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Cromlix House


Situated in beautiful countryside, just three miles from Dunblane, Cromlix is set in 34 acres of secluded woodlands and garden grounds, with its own chapel and house loch. The hotel boasts a Chez Roux restaurant, offering reasonable priced menus that focus on using seasonal locally sourced produce wherever possible, five suites and ten bedrooms, gate lodge accommodation, reception hall, two drawing rooms, conservatory, dining room, snooker and meeting rooms.

Elegantly re-designed to showcase much of the house’s original heritage, Cromlix has been furnished with specially-sourced Scottish antique furniture.

Commenting on his new venture, Andy said: “By re-establishing Cromlix as a leading luxury hotel at the heart of the Dunblane community we will be able to attract new visitors to the area, create a number of new jobs and focus on supporting other local businesses. I’m pleased to be able to give something back to the community I grew up in.



Each of the 10 bedrooms, 5 suites and one-bedroom gate lodge has their own individual design and character. Light spills into the rooms, which are all subtly decorated and enjoy splendid views over the manicured grounds or tennis courts and surrounding countryside.

The suites, most of which feature hand-painted freestanding baths in gold, silver and copper, have all been named by Andy in recognition of famous Scots: poet Robert Burns; Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon who became Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, Robert the Bruce, medieval King of Scotland, Eden, the family who previously owned Cromlix, Sir Alex Ferguson, former football manager and player and Sir Chris Hoy, Olympic cyclist.

Room facilities include 32 inch televisions all disguised as mirrors, personal safe, i-pod docking stations, radio, free internet access and DVD player available upon request.

Chez Roux Restaurant

Dining at Cromlix is a culinary experience that need not be confined to the dining room. There are lots of luxurious spots within the hotel that can accommodate more intimate, private dining.

Chez Roux restaurant, overseen by the legendary French chef Albert Roux and run by award-winning executive head chef Darin Campbell, is housed in the glass-walled conservatory overlooking the grounds and offers diners a ringside view of the chefs at work in the extensive open kitchen.

Guests can also opt to dine in the small Study which seats up to 10, the first floor Snooker Room which can accommodate 20 and the Garden Room for parties up to 24.


By Road

From either Edinburgh or Glasgow the motorways merge onto the M9 heading for Stirling/Perth, it bypasses Stirling and Dunblane (A9 heading for Perth).

Take the turn-off signposted Dunblane/Kinbuck on the B8033.

Turn right at the junction for Kinbuck. Follow the road through the village, continue over the bridge, our entrance gates are 100 yards on the left.

From Inverness, follow the A9 to Perth (south).

From Perth take the A9 Stirling road, you will pass a Little Chef then take the next exit signposted Dunblane/Kinbuck on B8033. At the T junction turn right for Kinbuck and follow as above.

From Fort William take the A85 heading to Lochearnhead. Then take the A84 to Callander. From Callander follow signs to Doune/Dunblane.

In Doune, turn left signposted to Perth which brings you to the dual carriageway. Continue for about 2 miles and take the first exit on the left signposted Dunblane/Kinbuck on the B8033.

Turn right at the T junction for Kinbuck, follow the road through the village and continue over the small bridge. Our entrance gates are second on the left.