An old hotel with a bed worth nearly 14.000 USD

Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa is renovated from the old Fonab castle, built in the Baronial style of red sandstone from the 19th century in Pitlochry, Perthshire (Scotland).

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The penthouse is a special feature of the Fonab hotel. Step into the room and you'll find a Victorian-inspired bed, worth nearly $14,000. Its width is assessed by Ted Thornhill - travel writer for the Daily Mail - to accommodate the two Hagrids in Harry Potter. "It feels like relaxing in an oval bath," adds Ted. From this room, visitors can have a panoramic view of the romantic Loch Faskally and the majestic Ben Vrackie mountain.
View of the castle from Loch Faskally. The owner of this Fonab hotel spent about $3.5 million on refurbishing it.
The characteristic spiral staircase of European architecture with vaulted ceilings creates the perfect classic combination.
Sandemans restaurant is located in the space of Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa which is luxuriously designed and cozy.
The perfect place to enjoy the beautiful scenery outside the hotel is Lounge Bar and Fonab Brasserie. Both have transparent glass walls, making it easy for diners to immerse themselves in their surroundings.
Fonab Brasserie is also a great choice to both enjoy premium food and admire the peaceful Loch Faskally view.
At Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa, the restaurants focus on signature wine menus. They have Bordeaux Chateau Beau-Site red wine, Sybille Kuntz Riesling wine and many other premium options for diners to choose from.
In addition to the high-class facilities at the hotel, the scenery outside Loch Faskally is also one of the reasons to attract guests here. Since the 1950s, the Swedes have grazed reindeer on the slopes surrounding the lake. If you want to experience, you can use the sightseeing service and be guided by the guides.

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