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1 Station Cottages

Dalnaspidal near Dalwhinnie, Perthshire, Angus & Fife (Ref. 1067419)



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  • “This the 2nd time this year we have been to 1 Station Cottage, Dalnaspidal.”

    The walking from the cottage is excellent. We returned to do more walks and still found more to see and do. The location is quite and peaceful and walking to the end of Loch Garry for lunch picnic is perfect for relaxation and watching the wildlife.

    The walking from the cottage is excellent. We returned to do more walks and still found more to see and do. The location is quite and peaceful and walking to the end of Loch Garry for lunch picnic is perfect for relaxation and watching the wildlife. The cottage is comfortable and warm and has everything we needed. Will return again.

    - Neil, October 2021

The property

Nestled in the rolling hills of Dalnaspidal, Perth and Kinross, lies 1 Station Cottages, a traditional cottage suitable for a family or group of friends looking to explore the Cairngorms National Park and Scottish Highlands.

Entering the property, the compact kitchen welcomes you with all the necessities you could need for your self-catering requirements, such as a gas hob, electric oven and a delightful view over the garden, certain to entice any budding chefs to rustle up some tasty meals.

From here, the sitting room invites you to kick off your shoes and relax in front of the TV or with a good book while you warm your feet by the woodburning stove.

Moving through the property, a convenient ground-floor double rooms entices you to retire for the evening after a long stay of exploring your surroundings; also on the ground floor is the family bathroom complete with a shower over bath, basin, WC, and of course a bath for you to soak your muscles after an exciting day of walking.

Climbing the stairs, the remaining two bedrooms meet you; the first is a bright and airy double room with a large Velux window looking out over the magnificent views, the second is the master bedroom, home to a plush king-size where you can unwind and plan the next day's adventures.

Completing the first floor is a handy cloakroom with a basin and WC, before heading out to the private, enclosed garden; boasting exceptional views of the Grampian and Monadhliath mountains, this lovely garden is the ideal spot for some alfresco dining while your four-legged friend stretches their legs, offering a barbecue, furniture and a shed for your belongings, making it the perfect place to catch up on the day's events in the last of the sun.

If the chef of the group needs a break, a short and scenic drive will take you to Riverbank Café which also offers takeaway to suit each person's needs, or venture out to The Old Manse of Blair to dine in, or even out on their pretty outdoor seating area.

For a more casual stroll in the area, visit Cluny House Gardens created in 1950s where it had just two large trees at its inception, now home to an abundance of foliage and a home to red squirrels, this attractive garden is sure to be a tranquil day out; further afield you will also discover Bolfracks Estate & Gardens, which hosts many rare and unusual plants for you to examine.

In the nearby town of Pitlochry, treat yourself to a day at Pitlochry Golf, a renowned golf club boasting sweeping views of the Tummel Valley, a very popular destination for golfing enthusiasts.

For the animal lovers, within an hour of the abode is Strathspey Highland Ponies for pony trekking through the Cairngorms, or for a more hands-off approach, the Highland Wildlife Park is also within driving distance and home to many different species from around the world such as polar bears and tigers.

Those feeling energetic will enjoy Landmark Forest Adventure Park, home to Dinosaur Kingdom and a Tropical Hot House.

This park is ideal for a day out as a family, where thrill-seekers can enjoy the rides and the rest can take in the tropical and native plant life.

If you are searching for an outdoor adventure, Beyond Adventure specialises in outdoor pursuits such as kayaking along the wonderful coasts and lochs, whereas the Dalwhinnie distillery lives a short distance from the property for you to truly get a taste of their history and Single Malt whiskey.

Whether it be a relaxing escape or an action-packed holiday exploring your surroundings, choose 1 Station Cottages for your next trip to Scotland.


  • Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x ground-floor double, 1 x double
  • Ground-floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • First-floor cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove.
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, TV, Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for one car
  • Enclosed garden with lawn, barbecue and furniture
  • 2 well behaved dogs allowed in the downstairs of the property
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Sorry, no WI-FI
  • Shop 7.5 miles, pub 7.6 miles

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About the location


Dalnaspidal 11 miles.

Set amongst the dramatic mountain scenery of Badenoch, the small hamlet of Dalwhinnie is a wonderful base for exploring the bordering countryside. The village is one of the coldest villages in the UK, having an average annual temperature of 6.6oC, making it suitable for winter walking and mountaineering. The destination rests north of Drumochter, just off the A9 road from Perth to Inverness and has been bypassed since 1975. It is 2½ hours drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, 25 miles from Aviemore, 13 from Newtonmore and 17 from Kingussie. Dalwhinnie railway station lies on the Highland Main Line from Perth to Inverness. Why not pop into Dalwhinnie Distillery which is home to the famous Dalwhinnie Single Malt Scotch, part of the Diageo Range. Looking over the flat base of Glen Truim above sea level, the distillery boasts the highest elevation for a working distillery in all of Scotland and provides a delightful Visitor Centre. There are four trails that take in all the sights of Dalwhinnie from the Coachan Wood Viewpoint (3.5 miles) the Distillery Walk (1 mile), Forest Walks (3.5 miles) and the Loch Ericht Walk (1.5 miles).

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas