Try renting Perthshire holiday cottages 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.  Visit the 12th century Church of St. John, where John Knox established the Scottish Presbyterian Church in 1560.

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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.

Kamba Cottage near Kirremuir in the rural hamlet of East Murthill, offers guests the use of a hot tub. This 3-bedroom, dog-friendly country cottage is an ideal base for exploring the Angus Glens, golf courses, ski fields and the Highlands. Sleeps 6.

Galaxy Surfing is a grand rural cottage sitting on beautiful grounds near Aberfeldy in the Scottish Highlands. The pet-friendly cottage promises luxury, seclusion and tradition, and offers multiple outdoor areas with stunning views, plus a hot tub, urban chic, bay windows & access to the Cairngorms.

Luxury Tayside cottage with a hot tub near Aberfeldy on the banks of the River Tay. 11-acre garden and fishing rights. 2 King size sleigh beds. Log stove and open fires. Complimentary logs and Wi-Fi. Pool table, iPod docking station, games and books. Kitchen with all utensils. Pets welcome.

This spacious pet-friendly, large holiday home with a hot tub in Perthshire is set in beautiful countryside near Crieff. The Old Manse has a wealth of period features, an open fire, a large garden with croquet lawn and trampoline. Perfect for a get-together with friends and large families.

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  1. Aberfeldy
  2. Crieff
  3. Dunkeld

The Black Watch has an excellent regimental display in their headquarters in Balhousie Castle. 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. Balhousie Castle and Scone Palace are both open to visitors.

Dunkeld enjoys an idyllic situation by the River Tay with its row of Little Houses hard by the ruined Cathedral. Dunkeld is 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.