Dunkeld House Hotel, once the summer house of the Dukes of Atholl, combines the elegance of a baronial hunting lodge with the comforts of a modern country house hotel. Set in its own 280 acre estate on the banks of the River Tay, the hotel is a memorable venue offering the space and peace for creative thinking and team building in a secure, private location just an hour’s drive from Scotland’s central belt.
On site, you can try salmon fishing on the Tay, shoot clay targets at Scotland’s biggest sporting clay range, trek over the grounds on a quad bike, or mountain bike if you are feeling very energetic! We can even arrange for you to experience the spills and thrills of an off-road 4 x 4 driving safari. With 280 acres of grounds and up to 9 meeting rooms, there are no limits to the team-building options available to you. Working closely wit Dunkeld House Hotel before, BlueSky can offer a variety of events, from Team Solutions, or Culinary Challenge, to some larger events outdoors, such as Going for Gold, a classic twist on the old school sports day and the Olympics.
After your meeting has finished your delegates can unwind with a dram in front of the open fire, in the lobby, or on the terrace on summer evenings, or what about a massage in the Estate Club’s Spa. Dunkeld House hotel has 98 bedrooms, many with river or garden views. For smaller teams General Wades House, which sleeps up to 18 guests is a great, self-contained option.
You're in the highlands, of course, but just 12 miles north of Perth and still only an hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow, with great road and rail connections. There’s parking for over 100 cars, as well as coaches, and there’s free WiFi throughout.