Guest House Bed & Breakfast Accommodation, Perth, Perthshire, United Kingdom. Rooms from £30 per person per night. Year of Homecoming, Commonwealth Games and Ryder Cup 2014. No 9 The Guest House Perth is a superb Victorian semi-detached, spacious and comfortable guest house accommodation with full Perthshire breakfast; ample off-street parking and free Wifi and just 5-10 minutes from Perth City Centre and train station. Our bed and breakfast experience offers double, twin or family rooms with a superb Perthshire breakfast full of wholesome, handmade, local, traditional produce, all cooked to order as you choose that day. First-class evening dining available prepared by 2 AA Rosette chef Peter. We also offer exclusive use to groups or parties who require a really memorable occasion. Contact us to ask about rates for longer periods of accommodation. .
No 9 specialises in fishing, shooting, golf and outdoor activity parties who wish to have exclusive use of our guest house with its country-house style and dining experience and its special facilities such as a secure rod room, boot room and wet or drying room. We are motorbike and cyclist-friendly with a secure lockable garage and certain rooms are dog-friendly.
No 9 The Guest House Perth is an elegant semi-detached Victorian townhouse-style guest house on the A94 Perth-Coupar Angus road surrounded by fantastic landscapes, hills and views. Near to the River Tay, Perth Races at Perth Racecourse and Scone Palace Estates, we are conveniently situated only 10 minutes walk to the City Centre close to Perth Concert Hall and Cinema; Perth Art Gallery and Museum; the Ferguson Gallery; Branklyn Gardens and the walks along the River Tay and North and South Inch. Shopping in individual shops in the High Street, South Street and George Street or at McEwens Department Store makes for an interesting stay whilst The House of Bruar, Scotland’s high-class and famous country store, art gallery and foodhall shopping experience is only a 40 minute drive north travelling past Pitlochry on the way.
Perth, which was awarded City status by Queen Elizabeth in the year of her Diamond Jubilee, enjoys good road, train and bus links being in a central position within Scotland and at the gateway to the Highlands and Islands and mountains with all they to offer – natural history, historical sites and castles, clan history and outdoor activities such as walking, mountaineering, golf, fishing, shooting and stalking.
Perth City is a short distance from the Kingdom of Fife, St Andrews home of golf and all its attractions both coastal and inland and at only an hour by car from Edinburgh, Stirling, Dundee and Glasgow, Perth has the advantage of being a city destination close to other city destinations.