Situated on the banks of Loch Earn, offering complimentary WI-FI and free parking, this hotel is surrounded by breath-taking scenery of the Scottish Highlands.The Four Seasons was built in the early 1800s and was converted into a hotel in the 1900s.The hotel is cosy, comfortable and well-presented with unique furnishings, with warm colours and light creating a fun and relaxed atmosphere for guests. Views across the Loch are ever-changing throughout the seasons: fresh new colours of spring, long, light summer's evenings, spectacular sunsets to the west, morning mists shrouding the loch and the snow covered Bens, making this one of the most beautiful locations in Scotland to visit.
The 12 bedrooms are all en-suite and individually styled and spacious, with hairdryer, colour TV, direct dial telephone, radio/CD player and tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms over-looking the Loch boast picturesque views whatever the weather. There are 6 chalets situated within a secluded hillside behind the hotel with double/twin beds and a bunk room for two, all have the same amenities as the rooms within the hotel. For an extra special stay we have our elegant 4 poster rooms for that bit of added luxury.For an extra special stay we have our elegant 4 poster rooms for that bit of added luxury.
The Four Seasons has a choice of two restaurants, the stylish Meall Reamhar offers fine dining (evenings only) serving a contemporary Scottish cuisine, consisting of fresh fish, Scottish beef and lamb, and locally grown vegetables. The Tarken Bistro offers the same standard of cuisine in a more informal setting, providing light lunches, blackboard specials and suppers. A range of fine wines, champagne and whisky are available; enjoy a cool glass of Chablis on a summer's evening or malt by the warmth of the log fire in autumn!
The hotel is the perfect location for that special occasion whether it is a traditional dinner party, birthday or wedding. Facilities for business meetings and conferences are available for up to 70 delegates.
The location of the hotel makes it the perfect place to explore and admire the natural beauty of the Scottish highlands. Enjoy great dog walks in some of Scotland's finest scenery. The resident friendly canines welcome fellow pets free of charge. The beautiful village of St. Fillans has a 9-hole golf course and offers water sports, hill walking and fishing.
We spent 2 days at the Four Seasons, St Fillans for a family wedding - firstly I must say the staff were fantastic, very friendly and accommodating. Having a wedding during the current Covid situation is no easy task however full credit to the hotel for making it all work in a safe and positive manner. They went out of their way to help and made the day very special. We were residing in one of the chalets, which was great, our boys (3 & 5) loved it and the beautiful surrounding wooded area (large play park a short walk away which was a welcome bonus!). The chalet was surprisingly warm for December, clean and spacious with a view looking out over Loch Earn and it's imposing landscape, which also made a great backdrop for some wedding photos. The food was great, the bar seemed well stocked and it was a real pleasure to sit by one the roaring open fires in the evening. I would certainly recommend the Four Seasons and hope to get the opportunity to visit again in the future. Many thanks to the staff for a great weekend.…
Returned for a night in chalet number 5 - amazing view, good walks and peaceful. For anyone that has dogs and likes to take them on holiday with you this is a fantastic hotel. If you are looking for luxury maybe this would not be 1st choice. If you are looking for kindness, personal service and a friendly homely atmosphere this is the place to book. I have found the owner and staff faultless, they have gone the extra mile to make us feel welcome and most importantly to make us feel welcome with our dogs. Thank you Susan and your lovely staff for another enjoyable stay.
This was very last minute decision to go somewhere for a weekend as a family of 3 (2adults and a child). I saw the offer for a 2-night chalet stay on Itison (with a 57% discount priced at £239 + continental breakfast and a bucket of soft drinks on arrival) and decided to book. The reality is that if you book with the hotel direct at £130/night for a chalet you are getting 3 nights for a price of 2 - pretty much the same cost as the voucher claiming 57% discount but you would also get one extra night free but I found this only after we arrived. We arrived at 1.30pm and were told the chalet wasn't ready yet that was ok as we knew the check in is from 3pm. We had lunch in the hotel's restaurant that was nice and while eating we very given the key from our chalet and told it was ready. No info about breakfast times etc was provided, we very just given the key and the man from reception disappeared. We made out way to the Chalet 4 and were really looking forward to lay down on our bed after a very long drive. We opened the door and it smelt really dump, we found carpets in need of a deep clean, mouldy shower and rosey mould on the bathroom wall, there were places on the floor never touched by a mop. I opened a mini fridge and found some dog's hair beneath it - probably from the previous guests, also some cereals around the fridge, cocoa spills on the shelving above the fridge. No soap/hand wash in the bathroom - just the shower gel in the tank fixed in the shower area, no glass to put our toothpaste and toothbrushes. There was only 1 chair available and the beautiful view of lake was obstructed by a very dirty window that hasn't been cleaned for ages. I also didn't find the promised bucket with soft drinks and phoned reception and mentioned that thinking that may be it will be brought the next day - this didn't happen. Our continental breakfast consisted of 6 mini packs of Kellogs and what I found in the mini fridge: 3 orange juice drinks, 3 pain au chocolat, 3 small yoghurts and 0.5l of milk - all dairy products were left in the fridge that wasn't turned on! And this all for a family of 2 + 1 toddler for 2 days. Also there were only 2 little plates and 2 bowls - we needed to take turns to eat. We were told that hot breakfast would be and extra £15/pp and decided to try it on our 1st morning - my husband's choice was ok but definitely not worth £15, I opted for some scrambled eggs& smoked salmon in hope to share the eggs with our little boy - but found it so salty, there were literally crystals of salt on top. We then left till the evening to come back and find our room in exactly the same state as we left it in the morning - I didn't want to report the cleaning issues on the 1st night as we were tired and our little boy wanted to sleep and hoped that it may get sorted by the cleaning next day - no luck. Upon check out I mentioned to the receptionist that the chalet could have been much cleaner and that it wasn't cleaned during the stay and received the answer that they would have normally cleaned every day but due to covid they now do this only upon check out. I'm sorry, this is something you have to warn your guests upon check in! Also no apology was provided for the overall cleanliness of the chalet. Overall the pros are: - beautiful location - beautiful view - nice meal during lunch (for extra ££ of course) Cons: - very very dirty (same reported by numerous other reviewers (someone else was also given chalet 4) and clearly the management is not taking this seriously). Even my husband who is not fussy at all was happy to leave mentioning that even my hair smelt of dump. All our clothes even the ones remained in the suitcases needed a wash because of smell and we only stayed there for 2 nights! Someone else also mentioned loads of cobwebs - we had the same in our chalet but were not bothered as too many other things were terrible. All this can be sorted out with a bit deeper and more regular cleaning - no excuse!! I know how badly lockdown has affected tourism industry, that a lot of places are uderstaffed etc and we were coming with more than average expectations but it is clear that the cleaning issues have started long before covid. - no info about breakfast times, surrounding area, facilities in the hotel etc upon arrival. Didn't feel very welcome. - very pricey for what it was. 57% discount claimed on Itison voucher was just a marketing trick. We stayed in several other places in Scotland of the same category and for the same (£120/night) or lower price hot breakfast was included + the place was spotless. - no wi-fi in chalet and very slow wi-fi in the main building May be other chalets were better, may be the rooms in the main hotel are cleaner but just shocking that especially in the times of Covid they provide you with a room that dirty! Beautiful location but if decide to return, we will definitely choose a different place to stay.…
Had a beautiful 3 night stay at The Four Seasons for our wedding anniversary. There were flowers and Prosecco for us. The A la carte menu was fabulous and the food was very well cooked. The breakfast menu is extensive and I loved the avocado and bacon on toast. Tony and Shannon in the dining room both do a sterling job.
We had such a wonderful stay in one of the chalet lodges at four seasons. The staff were so friendly and lovely, we had a drink in the little bar area overlooking the water. We did not have an afternoon tea ourselves but the couple next to us did & it looked really nice. The locations & views in this hotel are breathtaking. We lay in bed & were able to see right out over the water. We were blessed with nice weather & spent the evening outside our chalet on the small patio. We brought our furry friend with us, it is perfect for dog owners, lots of walks or cycle routes nearby. Not to worry if you are not a dog fan, there are areas of the hotel that are pet free. Lovely outdoor seating area too for outdoor drinks if you get the weather. I am shocked to read some recent reviews which are poorer. I could not fault our stay in anyway. If you are looking for a peaceful quaint stay in a stunning setting, this is for you. If you are looking for a modern, well equipped lodge stay then this may not be your choice. This was rated a 3 star hotel & for us, it more than lived up to these expectations. We look forward to our next visit already, hoping to come back in October. …