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Murrayshall House Hotel & Golf Courses


At Murrayshall House Hotel in Perthshire, Scotland you know it will be a special experience. From the luxurious accommodation and fine dining restaurant to championship golf facilities Murrayshall work hard to ensure your time is pleasantly unique.

Surrounded by two 18 hole golf courses, set in 350 acres of beautiful park and woodland populated by deer, hare and wild birds, the historic Murrayshall House overlooked by spectacular mountains is within reach of both the diverse city of Perth and mile upon mile of beautiful Perthshire countryside. From here you can easily explore the southern reaches of the majestic Scottish Highlands or over to the east the Grampian Mountains towards Breamar.

The Murrayshall Estate is home to both the Championship and Lynedoch Golf Courses. Two prestigious but very different eighteen hole courses just 3 miles from Perth. They provide a hugely enjoyable challenge for guests and visiting golfers. Murrayshall also gives golfing guests the chance to visit the famous courses of St Andrews, Kingsbarns, Carnoustie and Gleneagles, which are all within short driving distance of the hotel.

Winner of "Taste our Best" award by VisitScotland & listed in the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World. 

Murrayshall House Hotel & Golf Courses Overview

Awarded 4 stars by Visit Scotland and is located near the village of Scone, four miles from the city of Perth.

Set amidst 365 acres of undulating parkland, Murrayshall enjoys an idyllic country setting, with a traditional country house surrounded by two 18 hole golf courses. 

The hotel has two restaurants which are excellent, the Old Masters with 2 AA Rosettes and VisitScotland ‘Taste our Best’ award and the informal Stutts Bar Restaurant with an Eat Scotland Silver Award.

Located only 60 minutes from Edinburgh airport and 90 minutes from Glasgow airport getting to Murrayshall House Hotel is easy and the hotel makes the perfect stepping stone from which to enjoy some of Scotland's best Golf courses, or from which to explore some of the Scottish Highlands southern reaches. Day trips to the likes of Blair Atholl Castle, The House of Bruar, St. Andrew's, Gleneagles and much more are easy from Murrayshall House Hotel. 


With forty-one bedrooms including sixteen suites, all the bedrooms at Murrayshall are individually styled, furnished and decorated, giving a unique blend of tradition and modern day luxury.

We found that rooms are tastefully designed and well equipped with colour TV, telephone, Wi-Fi broadband Internet, tea and coffee making facilities, plus complimentary mineral water and shortbread.

Every bedroom also includes a trouser press, high quality linen and a spacious well-appointed bathroom with luxury Elemis products. For guests who are visiting Scotland on a Sandgrouse Sporting itinerary we can also provide you with a room which as a gun cupboard. There is also golf club and fishing tackle storage available. 

(After a day's exploring relax in the traditional lounge bar area of Murrayshall House Hotel). 

Food & Dining

With an award-winning chef in the kitchen, food at Murrayshall House Hotel is taken very seriously.

All dishes are prepared using fresh seasonal produce, creating traditional favourites to a very high standard. From fresh free range eggs, locally cured Perthshire bacon and kippers for breakfast, to delicious home-cooked lunches, bar snacks and evening meals served in the hotel's two popular restaurants – your dining experience at Murrayshall House will be refined but relaxed.

Making use of mouth-watering produce from around Perth such as succulent local sausages and locally grown fresh berries, the menus present authentic Scottish cooking with a twist, accompanied by a top quality range of wines and an extensive range of malt whiskies to savour.

Whether you choose the informal and peaceful ambience of the Club Bar and Restaurant for your evening meal, or the relaxing backdrop of the traditional Old Masters restaurant - after a pre-dinner drink in the comfortable cocktail bar and lounge - the superb cuisine and high levels of service are sure to make every meal a special one.

Wildlife & Bird Watching

The estate provides superb opportunities for wildlife watching and photography. From parkland, with specimen trees, rising through forest and moor, path lead you to the Lynedoch monument at the top of Murrayshall Hill. Views to the Firth of Tay and the North Sea in the east to the Schiehallion mountain in the west are amongst the best in the area.

Blessed with a large variety of wild flowers including Orchids, a resident population of Roe Deer and a wide range of bird species from Goldcrest to Buzzard the estate is a haven for all things bright and beautiful. Recent sightings include Ospreys, Red Kite and Peregrine Falcons.

Golf at Murrayshall House Hotel

With a magnificent blank canvas of beautiful landscape, Hamilton J Stutt had over 350 acres of Perthshire countryside to work with. Laid out before him was a mature woodland estate dating back to the 1600's. He sympathetically used the natural contours and the Murrayshall course meanders through tree lined fairways, undulating parkland and has several natural burns which have been used to protect the large greens. The introduction of the white sand bunkers which are a feature of the Murrayshall course lie in waiting for errant shots.

Hamilton J Stutt returned to design the Lynedoch Course and make great use of the existing natural woodland, utilised the wild flower meadows that nature intended and carved a real wee gem of a course.

Both courses are a real contrast to one another – Murrayshall Championship, the wider, longer course requires length and accuracy from the tee shot, this will allow golfers the opportunity to approach greens from the correct angle, widening the view of the pin. Lynedoch however is shorter but no less a challenge, tighter fairways, bracken filled gullies and tall Scots Pine trees narrow the golfer’s view of fairways and greens.

With two different golf courses, both set out to a fabulous standard of play, the courses have attracted national and international events over the years. Currently the home to the Paul Lawrie Scottish Schools Championship, Murrayshall and Lynedoch have also hosted PGA events. 

Hunting, Shooting and Fishing at Murrayshall House

Set in a beautiful 350-acre estate in the heart of the Perthshire countryside, Murrayshall House Hotel gives guests and visitors the chance to engage in some hugely enjoyable field sports.

With prior arrangements we can arrange fully trained instructors to show novices the basics of clay pigeon shooting, more experienced guns will also have the opportunity to join local seasonal shooting parties.

If you want to relax and unwind, Murrayshall House also gives you the opportunity to experience some excellent local loch and river fishing. Experienced local Ghillies can also give tuition to beginners who want to catch fresh trout and salmon, whilst equipment hire can also be arranged.