Rufat Hamidov
Tashkent, Uzbekistan. MSc Financial Markets & Derivatives, London Metropolitan University
After the graduation I launched my career at Deloitte Consulting, advising the world’s biggest and systemically important financial institutions
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Knock Castle Hotel & Spa, Crieff

Knock Castle Hotel & Spa, Crieff
Scotland. Perthshire, PH7 4AN.

Conveniently located in the historic Perthshire market town of Crieff offering honest hospitality in a wonderful place where you can really unwind.

Customer rating: 4.50 (5).

Price per night: from £69 to £259.

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Offering affordable luxury without compromise - in the heart of Scotland. If you are looking for great Scottish hospitality, award-winning food, stunning countryside and a luxurious country retreat, Knock Castle has it all. You could be in search of a quiet meal out together, a weekend break in the heart of Scotland, an unrivalled wedding venue or a great place for business - you'll find we offer exactly what you require and real value for money.

Knock Castle was originally built in 1885 by Glaswegian architect, John Honeyman, for retired Glaswegian merchant William Miller. It was completed at a cost of £4515. Honeyman later joined with John Keppie to form architectural firm Honeyman & Keppie whose work can still be seen in some parts of the castle e.g. windows, fireplaces in hall and lounge etc. In 1932, David MacBrayne, of the MacBrayne shipping family who owned Caledonian MacBrayne (also known as Cal-Mac), bought the house. In keeping with the buildings history MacBrayne retained Honeyman & Keppie to add further rooms to the house. In 1945, Dr Gertrude Brown and Dr J.H.Kellogg, who had made connections with each other previously in America, joined together to run, first a nursing home, but ultimately a health centre in the Castle Lodge due to the clean air and pure water which could be used for hydrotherapy. Upon her death in 1974, Dr Brown gifted her health centre to the Seventh Day Adventist Church who was to continue her work under the auspices of the Good Health Association. The Castle itself continued to stay in the hands of the MacBrayne family as the link passed from David MacBrayne to Lady MacBrayne, who lived in the house until the late 1970s when it was purchased by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. The Church chose to operate both the Castle House and the Lodge together as Roundelwood Health Spa whose existence in the town of Crieff continued until December 2007 when the Spa was purchased by the Henderson Group. The property has a roof top restaurant, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner with panoramic views of the breathtaking Strathearn Valley. Food is cooked by a team of chefs who take passion in offering a variety of menus with something to suit everyone's taste. The fantastic food is complemented by an extensive wine list, including a number of rare wines. Feel free to wander in the gardens where there are benches and a summer house to enjoy the views of the local scenery or why not speak to a member of our team for a recommendation on one of the many stunning walks that you can take near by the hotel. Guests can enjoy the leisure facilities which are open daily from 07.00am to 10.00pm and towels are provided for you, the facilities include; a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and fitness gym. Free WiFi is available in the rooms as well as around the hotel. There are multiple lounges for guests to socialise with each other or retreat with a book to a quiet corner. The hotels check in time may be 3.00pm however guests are welcome to arrive early to the hotel to make full use of the facilities and the team can store your luggage temporarily until your room is ready.


  • 19th century buildings
  • Breakfast Included
  • Parking (free)
  • Child Friendly
  • Dog/Pet friendly
  • 4 Star Official Rating
  • Lifts
  • Free broadband access (wifi)
  • Private/enclosed garden
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Garden furniture
  • Gym
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Children's cots
  • Children's games
  • Television
  • DVD library
  • Luggage storage
  • 24 hour security
  • Towels included
  • Sitting room
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Hair dryers
  • Elevator
  • Telephone
  • Central heating
  • Restaurant
  • Continental breakfast (included)
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Lunch available (at additional cost)
  • Bar
  • Recommended walks
  • Pub (walking distance)
  • Museums (a short drive)
  • Historic houses
  • Gardens
  • Golf course (a short drive)
  • Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
  • Theatre (a short drive)

Arrival information

Please note that the main doors close at 11.00pm and do not re-open until 7.00am. Reception opening times from 7.00am-11.00pm Directions: By Car: At junction 4, take the M73 exit to Stirling/Glasgow/A80/M8 Stirling & Kincardine Bridge, Glasgow. Continue onto M73. Merge onto M80 Stirling & Kincardine Bridge. Merge onto M9, Crianlarich & Perth. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A9 Perth. Take the A822 exit towards Greenloaning/Braco/Muthill/Crieff. Continue onto Comrie Rd/A85. Turn right onto Craigard Rd. Turn left onto Drummond Terrace. Destination will be on the right.

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London, United Kingdom. 59 Devons road, E3 3DW. +44 7306809983