Dunkeld holiday cottages are surrounded by forests, lochs and heather-covered hills in the heart of Perthshire Big Tree Country. Dunkeld is a small town in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, roughly nine miles north of Perth. It lies on the banks of the River Tay facing the neighbouring town of Birnam, and is overlooked by the majestic ruins of Dunkeld Cathedral. Dunkeld is just off the A9, a scenic road which winds its way north into the Highlands. The surrounding countryside is famous for its towering oaks and the woods named by Shakespeare in Macbeth. This wild region is home to Neil Gow’s Oak, the tree where the celebrated fiddler is said to have composed many of Scotland’s best-known reels and strathspeys.
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.