THE Four Seasons Hotel is getting ready to celebrate the 55th anniversary of Beatle mania coming to town with a unique event next month.

The Fab Four visiting the St Fillans hotel on October 19, 1964, soaking up the picturesque banks of Loch Earn, one of the most enviable settings in Scotland.  

Now Beatles fans can follow in the footsteps of John, Paul, George and Ringo and experience a Beatle evening at the Four Seasons Hotel.

The hotel boasts an award-winning AA Rosette restaurant as well as the Tarken Bistro. The famous four enjoyed four juicy steaks at the hotel after a Hard Days Night at their show in Dundee.

Though the Beatles booked out the whole hotel, the band stayed in two Chalets. Visitors can get the chance to sleep like a log in one of the same Chalets that John and Paul or Ringo and George shared in 1964.

Next month, for the weekend of October 18-19, the Four Seasons will Come Together to bring a Beatles themed evening accompanied by a sixties-inspired, three-course meal.

For just £32 per person, guests can indulge in a set menu, created by the hotel’s Head Chef, Chris Temple.

Hotel Owner Susan Stuart said: “I have been looking forward to hosting this event all year.

"All of us at The Four Seasons are incredibly proud of the famous history of the hotel and we cannot wait to Help celebrate with everyone.”

To purchase your Ticket to Ride, telephone 01764 685333 or email info@thefourseasonshotel.co.uk

For updates on the event visit The Four Seasons, St Fillans Facebook page @fourseasonsstfillians