- Off road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
Dunkeld 5 miles.
A charming stone-built, semi-detached cottage in the hamlet of Caputh near Dunkeld in beautiful Perthshire.
Fully renovated to provide quality, comfortable accommodation, this cottage offers upside down accommodation and is ideal for families and friends seeking a quiet retreat surrounded by lovely scenery.
This Perthshire self-catering holiday cottage offers two well-presented bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor.
The large open plan living area sits on the first floor with a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a comfy seating area set around the cosy glow of a traditional woodburner, the perfect addition for a chilly evening.
To the front is an enclosed lawned garden, the ideal place to sit and relax with a drink or light the barbecue on a summer's afternoon and dine alfresco.
The hamlet of Caputh is within a short drive of Dunkeld and set in the beautiful scenery of rural Perthshire.
This small town offers a selection of bars, inns and restaurants, as well as a fascinating history to discover with its cathedral and National Trust houses.
With fishing on the River Tay, and nearby golfing and walking trails in abundance, there is plenty to suit the outdoor enthusiast.
Visit the spectacular 100ft high Meikleour Beech Hedges or explore some of the fabulous woodland and country gardens, including Europe's oldest tree, the famous Birnam Oak, the last remnant of the Birnam Wood, immortalised in Shakespeare's Macbeth.
A lovely Dunkeld cottage for discovering Perthshire and beyond.
Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
- Electric storage heating with woodburner
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Electricity charged by meter reading, first £35 inc. in rent
- Fuel for woodburner inc.in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair on request
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Enclosed front lawned garden with furniture and BBQ
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 8 mins walk, pub 4.5 miles
- Note: Catering is available by prior arrangement with owner
- Note: Stabling and grazing for horses is available by prior arrangement with owner
- Note: WiFi and mobile signal is intermittent
- Note: Cottage is on an A road and some road noise may be heard
- Last minute
- “The cottage was beautiful and very relaxing. Our 13 year old Border Collie enjoyed playing in the garden and then chilling out in front of the log burner at night. A very comfortable bed too, slept well all week.”
- “The location of the Cottage was superb for the type of holiday we wanted. The upstairs of the cottage, with its wood burner and basket full of logs, was great and very cosy. There was plenty of equipment available too for cooking and eating etc.”
About the location
Blairgowrie 12 miles; Pitlochry 13 miles; Perth 14 miles.
The River Tay flows through the small town of Dunkeld and there are plenty of places to enjoy the views, either from the cathedral gardens or from the Taybank bar where you might be lucky enough to hear some impromptu music performed. The town itself dates from the 9th century and boasts a wealth of history from the Dark and Middle Ages to more recent history with Thomas Telford’s bridge over the Tay. The forests surrounding Dunkeld and nearby Birnam are known as Perthshire Big Tree Country and are celebrated in Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play”. The Hermitage is a National Trust site of beautiful forest which contains Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors, a folly built as a tribute to the 3rd century blind poet Ossian on a rocky outcrop near the Black Linn waterfalls. With the Loch Of The Lowes nature Reserve nearby and also the Victorian village of Birnam with its famous Birnam Oak and a Beatrix Potter exhibition marking her regular visits to the village, this area is one of the most spectacular and varied in Scotland and well worth a visit.