1 The Cross is a well-appointed historical apartment that can be found lying at the heart of Dunkeld village.
Sitting on the River Tay, this charming holiday home provides the perfect place of which to base your next family holiday to Scotland.
Wander through the garden and climb the steep steps up to the front door.
Enter into the hallway where you can take off your coats and shoes before placing down your bags and heading into the warmth of the sitting room benefiting from a gas woodburner, whilst you watch the TV to unwind.
Take a seat at the dining table and gaze out of the window into the bustling square as you tuck into a prepared meal from the stunning cream county kitchen with beautiful oak worktops and sleek built-in double oven, as well as a well-thought dishwasher so that no one has to worry about doing the dishes.
Draw yourself a bath in the stylish and peaceful bathroom or make use of the overhead shower for a refreshing wash following a muddy walk in the countryside.
At the end of the evening, retire to your roomy double bedroom boasting ample storage from its fitted wardrobes and pretty dressing table, whilst the second of the bedrooms is a twin and has been decorated with neutral tones and is home to two single beds.
Delight in a morning stroll along the peaceful River Tay before crossing the famous Dunkeld Bridge to the Shakespeare relic of Birnam Oak.
Do be sure to join in annual local events such as the Dunkeld and Turnham Highland Games on the last weekend in August, and the Rewind Festival in Perth on the last weekend in July.
Hop in the car and head for Blairgowrie and Rattray, where avid historians will relish in a day spent exploring the grounds of Newton Castle, Ardblair Stone Circle and The Knockie.
Lovers of the great outdoors will enjoy a walk through The Hermitage National Forest and a hike up the neighbouring Pinecone View Point for glorious scenery.
Make the most of precious time with family with a stay at 1 The Cross.