Spend Christmas in Perth, this beautiful city is full of festive fun and Christmas cheer throughout the festive season.
Saturday 23 December
Check in to your room then join your fellow guests for afternoon tea and cakes in the Moncrieffe suite.
Early evening arrives and it’s time for a chilled glass of bubbly before dinner.
Sunday 24 December – Christmas Eve
Start the day with a hearty Scottish breakfast.
A morning free, time for some last minute shopping in Perth.
A soup and sandwich lunch with a warm cuppa will be served in the Adam restaurant.
Pick up your Christmas cryptic quiz forms from reception.
In the evening enjoy a glass of wine before tucking into a traditional three course Scottish themed dinner served in the Adam restaurant, followed by live entertainment.
For those attending Midnight Service, tea and mince pies served beside the fire on your return.
Monday 25 December – Christmas Day
Merry Christmas! Enjoy a leisurely Scottish breakfast.
Then take a stroll down the banks of the River Tay.
Appetites stimulated, make your way back for a traditional Christmas Day carvery lunch, a glass of bubbly, and a visit from Santa’s helpers with a small gift for all!
The King’s Speech is followed by tea and Christmas cake.
In the evening there will be a cold buffet, then relax in the bar with friends and enjoy some traditional TV favourites.
Tuesday 26 December – Boxing Day
Enjoy a full Scottish breakfast served in the Adam restaurant, then hit the sales and pick up some bargains.
Homemade broth, sausage rolls and shortbread will be served in the Adam restaurant for snacks.
Then join your fellow guests in the Moncrieffe suite, where a delicious dinner will be served followed by entertainment.
Wednesday 27 December
A hearty Scottish breakfast in the Adam restaurant, hankies out before a safe journey home.
Book online now or call 01738 630066
Subject to change and availability and price quoted is based on two adults sharing a classic twin or double room. Breaks, itineraries and entertainment are subject to availability, change and demand.