Escape to a Perthshire Holiday Cottage in Scotland

Try renting a Perthshire holiday cottage and live like a local in this historic Scottish County. Perth's medieval origins as once the capital of Scotland ensures it still retains many of its heritage buildings such as the 12th century Church of St.John, where John Knox established the Scottish Presbyterian Church in 1560.

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Riechip, Dunkeld, Perthshire

Riechip, Dunkeld

This large Perthshire holiday cottage was built by the Duke of Atholl as a shooting lodge and offers beautiful rural views from its hillside location near Dunkeld. Riechip now offers pet friendly self-catering accommodation in 8 bedrooms for up to 16 guests. Perfect for walking or golfing holidays.

Squirrel Cottage, Pitlochry, Perthshire

Squirrel Cottage, Pitlochry

Squirrel Cottage, sleeps 2 in a superb venue for self catering holidays. Set in a secluded Perthshire location near Pitlochry and Blair Atholl in Perthshire.

Rosemount House, Blairgowrie, Perthshire

Rosemount House, Blairgowrie

Standing a secluded location amidst idyllic Perthshire Countryside near Blairgowrie, Rosemount House is a large self catering country house sleeping 16 in 8 bedrooms. Impressively furnished in traditional country house style, this pet friendly holiday home comes with a private heated swimming pool.

The Hayloft, Blairgowrie, Perthshire

The Hayloft, Blairgowrie

The Hayloft is a beautiful and pet friendly Scottish steading conversion sleeping 4 near Blairgowrie providing a peaceful rural retreat for those wanting to relax and recharge or a base to explore our spectacular area and find adventure, wildlife, history and sport.

Moulinalmond Cottage, Perth, Perthshire

Moulinalmond Cottage, Perth

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 ideal for those seeking a tranquil break.

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. Here it stayed until its return to Scotland at 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 some fine malt whiskey at the Blair Athol Distillery where the world-famous Bell's Whisky is made.