At the recent Scottish Hotel Awards there was excellent news for five Pitlochry accommodation providers, with a spectacular three awards going to Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard. 
Owners Jane & Calum MacLellan told Comment:  “We came away with B&B/Guest House of the Year – National Winner Award, B&B/Guest House Breakfast of the Year Award and B&B/Guest House Rooms Class Winner and we’re thrilled and delighted – we love working in this industry and receiving these awards is just tremendous.”
CraigmhorWebAlthough this is the first time Craigmhor has won the much coveted B&B/Guest House of the Year – National Winner Award, it is second time it has won the Rooms Award and the third year running it has scored the Breakfast of the Year Award.
Calum continued: “We really had no idea we were going to achieve so much this year and we are so pleased for the whole team at Craigmhor Lodge. To win such a prestigious award is welcome recognition for how the business has tried to keep ahead of industry trends.”
Explaining why she thought the judges and guests enjoyed the breakfast experience so much, Jane added: “We pride ourselves in using only the best quality, local, Scottish products. To win this award for the third consecutive year is an amazing achievement and we are very, very happy indeed.” 
Other winners in Pitlochry included The Old Mill Inn, (Inn of the Year Award), Fonab Castle (Rural Hotel of the Year –National Winner), Craigatin House & Courtyard (Class Winner-Quality B&B/Guest House) and East Haugh House Hotel (Class Winner–Fishing Hotel of the Year).

Pictured above is the Craigmhor team, from left, Debra Davidson,
Jane MacLellan and Deborah Holman


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