Pitlochry, United Kingdom The Dunalastair Hotel has a long tradition of real highland hospitality, having been built as an inn soon after the Battle of Culloden by the returning soldiers. It remained as such for well over one hundred years until its development into a hotel at the end of the nineteenth century under the guiding eye of Major General Alistair Macdonald, Commander of the forces. Today, Dunalastair makes use of it's enviable position in various ways. The cuisine places great emphasis on local game and an extensive wine list and malt whiskey bar makes a fine accompanyment to the experience of staying at Dunalastair. Activities in Kinloch Rannoch include fishing, hiking, cycling and hunting.