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Celebrate Burns Night in The Heart of the Scottish Highlands

Nothing says ‘Scotland’ quite like a traditional Burns Night celebration with haggis, bagpipes and beautiful highland scenery.

Burns Night is the celebration of Scottish poet Robert Burns and is held on his birthday of the 25th of January. The celebration is held across Scotland and has been part of Scottish society since 1801, making it a stalwart of the country itself.

Given the legend of Robert Burns, it’s unsurprising to hear that Dunalastair Hotel Suites, one of Scotland’s longest standing hotels, will throwing a Burns Night celebration befitting of the legendary poet and the man himself.

Dunalastair Hotel Suites is an award-winning, 5-star Victorian hotel, located on the edge of Loch Rannoch in Scotland. Overlooking a waterfall at the foot of Perthshire’s Schiehallion Mountain, the beautiful location is just a small part of what makes this hotel so special. This January, the hotel is inviting you to enjoy Burns night in the true Scottish style.

The Burns night celebration at Dunalastair Hotel Suites will be a traditional evening, with a Scottish Piper piping the haggis into the dining room ready for guests to eat. The haggis will be prepared using local ingredients by the hotel’s award-winning chefs and the piper will also give a toast to the haggis before it is served.

On top of the delicious, locally sourced food, there will be authentic Scottish tunes around all evening, as well as the chance to take some photographs with the piper.

Dunalastair Hotel Suites argues the best way to celebrate Burns Night is with good food, poetry, fun, and laughter – and who could disagree? Book now to save disappointment!

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