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Self-catering accommodation in Perthshire

Perthshire's central location means it is an ideal holiday base if you want to explore the diversity of our beautiful Scotland. Perthshire has many pretty and inspiring towns to visit, like Perth, Blairgowrie and Gleneagles to name a few. The Area also has some of Scotland's most renowned golf courses that really are spectacular.

There is so much to keep the whole family occupied on your self catering holiday from towns to visit, woodland walks, visitor attractions, beautiful cathedrals and castles to legendary events like golf's 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. Perthshire is definitely worth a visit!

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Holiday cottages in Highland Perthshire

Highland Perthshire

Highland Perthshire is a land of massive mountains and high peaks, wooded valleys and upland farms, rivers, lochs and pretty villages. There is an abundance of things to see and do, especially if you are a golf enthusiast!
Holiday cottages in South Perthshire

South Perthshire

This beautiful area is renowned for many reasons but the most important for Scotland currently is that within South Perthshire sits the stunning PGA Centenary Golf Course at the world famous Gleneagles golf resort where the 2014 Ryder Cup will be held!
All holiday cottages in Perthshire

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Featured Perthshire Holiday Cottages and Castles

A hand picked selection of our holiday cottages and castles just for you to savour from Perthshire.


Port an Eilean

Highland Perthshire



South Perthshire

More about Perthshire

Situated in the heart of Scotland, Perthshire is the area where some of the most beautiful, interesting and inspiring examples of Highland and Lowland scenery and culture meet.

Roughly half of Perthshire lies in the Southern Highlands, to the north and west of the Highland boundary fault. Like its neighbours to east and west, this is an area of beautiful hills, glens and lochs, some of the great names including: Ben Vorlich, Ben Lawers and Schiehallion; Glen Shee, Glen Garry and Glen Lyon; and Lochs Tummel, Rannoch, Tay and Earn. Needless to say. spectacular walks, climbs and cycle routes are in plentiful supply, as are some fantastic fishing experiences, ancient castles and delightful restaurants, pubs and quality shops. You can also ski, visit whisky distilleries, watch wildlife...or just relax and soak up the views.

South of Highland Perthshire lies Lowland Perthshire, rolling prosperous farms dotted with villages and market towns like Blairgowrie, Crieff, Auchterarder, Kinross and, of course, the "Fair City of Perth". Here you will find well known names like the Gleaneagles Hotel and Golf Resort, Scone Palace, and the Famous Grouse Whisky Experience in Crieff, and you can walk or hill walk on the Ochil Hills, fish (rivers or Loch Leven), cycle or enjoy exploring beautiful Perth.

Most well known of the Perthshire golf courses is the famous Gleneagles with the world class King's Course, Queen's Course and PGA Centenary Course - absolute must for any golf aficionado. But 2014 is even more special for the Gleneagles courses with the PGA Centenary Course playing host to the worlds top players in the 2014 Ryder Cup as Europe hope to retain the cup from the USA. Other renowned courses in the area are also well worth a visit, Taymouth Castle, Blair Atholl and King James VI, there really is something for any golf enthusiast.

Finally, Perth's central location makes it an ideal base from which to explore both the Highlands and Lowlands on day trips.