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About the venue
This impressive Victorian Mansion was built in the 1830's, commissioned by Sir William Ogilvy a hero of Waterloo.
The house was modified and converted in to the beautiful hotel it is today in 1945 and has been the welcoming guests from all over the world eversince.. When the house was remodeled the interior hall was modified to replicate one of the grand saloons on the famous Cunard cruise ship, The Mauritania. The chandelier and wall light fittings are in fact originals from the ship herself, bought at auction when she was decommissioned in 1938. Overlooking the small friendly town of Alyth, the hotel commands superb views over both its own beautiful terraced garden, and the lush fields and golf courses that surround the attractive Perthshire town. With its magnificent wood panelled hallway and grand staircase The Lands of Loyal is an inspirational setting for a wedding, a family gathering or simply a romantic weekend break. In total, the house and its converted coach house, beside the main house, offers 17 bedrooms; all individually decorated and fully ensuite, including modern facilities such as digital TV and free wireless internet access. There is a choice of three dining rooms, each with a view over the vale of Strathmore. These are also available to hire for private dinner parties. The Lands of Loyal Hotel is a quiet and comfortable venue for conferences and working lunches. With a choice of three private rooms and the hall for larger parties, we can cater for a variety of corporate events. Conference equipment is available on request. The Lands of Loyal Hotel offers corporate visitors a meeting or conference venue that is exacting yet discrete, quiet and contemplative.
In the table below, you can hover over the underlined room names to see a photo of that room.