Holiday Cottages in Perthshire
Perth's medieval origins as once the capital of Scotland ensures it still retains many of its heritage buildings :- the 12th century Church of St.John, where John Knox established the Scottish Presbyterian Church in 1560. The Black Watch has an excellent regimental display in their headquarters in Balhousie Castle, while in Scone Palace, the Stone of Destiny was guarded between the 9th and 13th centuries until Edward the First took it to Westminster Abbey where it stayed until its removal on behalf of the new Scottish Parliament to Edinburgh Castle. Dunkeld enjoys an idyllic situation by the River Tay with its row of Little Houses hard by the ruined Cathedral and where Beatrix Potter gave Peter Rabbit his home in the surrounding countryside. Tour and taste the Blair Athol Distillery where the world-famous Bell's Whisky is made.
Moulinalmond Cottage, a 2-bed cottage sleeping 4 is a delightful base for a dream holiday. Located four miles from the county town of Perth, it is peacefully situated in fourteen acres of beautiful private grounds of gardens and woodland, making it i
Luxury traditional cottage on the banks of the river Tay with 11 acres of garden. 2 King size sleigh beds. Log stove and open fires. Complimentary fishing, logs and wi fi. Pool table, ipod docking station, games and books. Kitchen with all utensils.
A real 'Hamster' hideaway, this delightful detached property is ideal for a romantic couple seeking seclusion in the Highlands of Scotland with plenty of local activities and amenities and as well as excellent access to the whole of Scotland by road.