Green Policy Statement for
Fortingall Hotel

The Fortingall Hotel takes the attitude of climate change extremely seriously and do not hide from their responsibilities. The hotels ethically policy is high commendable and well integrated into the day to day running of the hotel. The coherent approach to environmental issues see staff work together to implement a number of energy saving measures. Guests are encouraged to try and assist were possible with recycling. The hotel makes the most of its location by sourcing fresh local produce. The hotel encourages wildlife by installing bird feeders, bird and bat boxes. Insects are supported by growing native wild flowers in the hotel garden. The hotel is popular with walkers and cyclists, staff have an extensive knowledge of local walks, cycle routes and public transport.

Fortingall Hotel, Aberfeldy, PH15 2NQ


Fortingall Hotel
PH15 2NQ

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Roddy Jamieson
Welcome from the Management
Roddy Jamieson, the new General Manager is delighted to be back in his home country, having spent the last few years managing a hotel in Southwold in Suffolk. Originally from Inverness, Roddy was looking to return to his roots and claims to have fallen in love with Fortingall already. “I love the area and the hotel is fantastic,” he said. “And I am really looking forward to working together with Darin to further develop the hospitality at the hotel and taking another step towards re-establishing Fortingall’s heyday.” Roddy believes in hospitality in the truest sense of the word, wanting his guests to feel they are visiting his home.

Darin Campbell
It was from his beginnings as a Commis chef at the Willowbank Hotel in his hometown of Largs, that Darins catering career began. After a few years learning his trade at The Sheraton Grand in Edinburgh, Darin went on to One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow, where he met & worked for his culinary mentor – Andrew Fairlie. He then went on to work for Gordon Ramsay at Petrus in London & Eric Cheveu at the 2 star Michelin 'The Capital' in Knightsbridge. Going on to become Head Chef at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles, he cooked for some of the world’s political elite at the G8 summit, amongst other notable occasions. It was after gaining a Michelin star at Ballachulish House Hotel in Argyll that Darin decided to head back to Perthshire, where he & his family have settled. Darin’s aim is to bring a new level of cuisine to the Fortingall Hotel.

Green fingered Olga helps Fortingall's Green Profile
Estate gardener, Olga, works hard throughout the year to keep the Glenlyon Estate and Fortingall hotel gardens looking beautiful. But it is not all about flowers; Olga has been planting up the seedlings for herbs and vegetables for Darin and the team to use in the kitchen. This is something that is close to Darin’s heart, having worked recently at the Jamesfield Organic Centre in Abernethy. It is important to him and for the green profile of the hotel that as many fruits, vegetables and herbs can be grown in Fortingall, with the remainder sourced locally. Not only do they taste better, it keeps those all-important food miles to a minimum.

News and Events Hotel 2010
We hold regular events for resident guests and local visitors here at the hotel.Every Friday – come and join in the fun with music from ‘Fred the Fiddle’ and occasional accompanying friends.

Once a month – local musician Claire Hewitt plays haunting Celtic melodies during dinner in the dining room on the clarsach (Scottish Harp).

We also hold regular fundraising Quiz Nights for teams to pit their wits against each other and the quizmaster, whilst raising worthwhile funds for Aberfeldy Cottage Hospital.

Special Offers 2010
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
Two night package (per person per night)
Superior room £105
Standard room £95
Family suite £95
Annexe £105

Three night package (per person per night)
Superior £100
Standard room £90
Family suite £90
Annexe £100

Extra nights charged at (per person per night)
Superior room £95
Standard room £85
Family suite £85
Annexe £95

£25 single person supplement per night

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Fortingall Hotel Reviews

I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel

This a very special hotel

"We have stayed at the Fortingall on 3 occasions now and it just keeps getting better. We can not fault the accommodation, service or food and as for the location well what can I say apart from outstanding. We have in the past taken a lot of short breaks in Perthshire as we love the place we have stayed at different hotels on each occasion that is until we stayed here, such is the comfort and service provided that it would be daft to go elsewhere. We can unequivocally recommended the Fortingall to anyone."

Christina , Coventry
08 Oct 2009

I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel


"The Fortingall is a charming hotel set in area of breathtaking natural beauty. It does sound like something you would read in a holiday brochure but having recently returned from a weekend stay a can say that the above statement is correct. Hotels in this area of the country have a reputation for high standards and the Fortingall is no exception. The accommodation is 1st class and the food nothing short of delicious. Staff are very friendly and nothing seems to much trouble and everybody seems to have a moment to spare to stop and talk. I think my wife wants to book a room in the middle of winter as she thinks it will be the height of romance to sit in front of the hotels log fire, sipping whisky."

Keith & Sue Copper, St Albans
08 Oct 2009

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