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Dungarthill House

Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 21
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 7
Change Sun
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Four Poster
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Impressive Victorian property with spectacular views
  • Excellent accommodation for large groups and celebrations
  • Formal dining room and billiards room ideal for entertaining
  • Traditionally furnished with roaring fires and period features
  • 3 miles from Dunkeld and it's array of shops and cafes
  • Surrounded by acres of ancient woodland
Property code: CA114

Elevated above acres of unspoilt countryside, this magnificent Victorian property has unrivalled views of Perthshire, famous for its many distilleries and historical landmarks dotted throughout the countryside.

Boasting handfuls of classic charm, warmth and traditional home comforts, escape to the country with family and friends and enter straight into holiday mode. With an abundance of cosy spots, spaces to enjoy a communal natter and places where peaceful moments can take place, there is something and somewhere for everyone at this majestic Victorian property. Wind your way down the sweeping woodland drive and immerse yourself in the grandeur, before heading back out to explore and adventure the spectacular Scottish scenery which surrounds you. Adventure the local lochs, woodlands and walkways, and admire the beautiful National Trust properties close to home.

Amid tasteful traditional patterns, features and furniture, the ground floor is home to many a cosy spot to put your feet up and unwind. Brew a warming cup of tea in the charming kitchen where you can boil the kettle on the AGA and then sip away in the drawing room with a good book in hand. Challenge fellow guests to a game of billiards as onlookers stay toasty by the wood burner and await their turn to be competitive. Dine in grandeur and style in the dining room which exudes elegance and is the perfect place for reminiscing the day and making exciting plans for tomorrow. With adventures awaiting, you’ll be sure to want to pack up a picnic - the cold store pantry and butler’s pantry make great homes for snacks and sandwiches waiting to be taken out for the day. Wellies, flip flops and jackets can be left in the convenient cloakroom.

Climb the stylish, sweeping staircase to the first floor where you are greeted by fantastically spacious bedrooms adorned with pictures and ornaments, so you can rest your heads and wake up feeling cosy and fresh, and ready for the day ahead. Many of the 10 bedrooms boast views across the gardens and surrounding land - on sunny days throw open the curtains and let the outside in.

The surrounding private estate and gardens roll far and wide, take an early morning stroll and stretch your legs with a mug of coffee. Please note it is not an enclosed space, so keep a watchful eye on four-legged friends (who must be kept on leads). There is private parking available on the driveway.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 10 bedrooms - 1 super-king, 4 doubles, 4 twins and 1 family room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed
  • 7 bathrooms - 1 bathroom with shower and WC, 1 en-suite bathroom with handheld shower and WC, 2 bathrooms with handheld shower and WC, 1 shower room with WC, 1 bathroom with bath and handheld shower (no WC),1 separate shower cubicle and 1 separate WC
  • Aga, dishwasher, electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave
  • Utility room with washing machine and dryer
  • Open fires throughout – all logs provided
  • Travel cot available
  • TV/DVD with Freesat
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Large private garden with small patio area
  • Garden (not enclosed)
  • Ample private parking on driveway
  • 2 dogs welcome - please note as this is a working estate, all dogs must be kept on a lead
  • Shops and cafes within 3 miles
  • Private water supply– tested/UV filtered

A 15-mile journey, spend the day in Perth savouring a bite to eat at a fine dining restaurant, roaming the abundance of independent shops for a spot of retail therapy and visiting historical attractions including Balhousie Castle and Elcho Castles which tell tales of years gone by.

After a trip to the city, return home and immerse yourself back into the wonderful natural beauty of Scotland. Covering 98 hectares, the Lock of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve offers fun for all of the family. Make the 4.5-mile journey and spot red squirrels, woodpeckers and magnificent ospreys if you time it right! Learn interesting facts about the native wildlife and enjoy a cup of tea and a cake in the charming cafe. Alternatively, get your walking shoes on and pack up a picnic before heading 4.5 miles to The Hermitage. Roam the Perthshire forest on the hunt for crashing waterfalls, picturesque follies and winding rivers.

Sitting on the edge of the Tay Forest Park, the active amongst you might want to visit County Clays, a renowned sporting clay pigeon shooting range, 5 miles from home. Try your hand at archery, fly fishing and even take part in a mini Highland game! There are many activities on offer at this fabulous centre so you can spend the day learning new skills.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mr Clough April 2019

Dungarthill was a great house with plenty of indoor and outdoor space for our big group of friends to come together when we wanted to. It has large and small rooms allowing us to have evening meals together and allowing quiet down time for the little ones (nap time) in the group! It was in a great location with plenty of things catering for the difRead moreferent interests within our group! Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Steinhaeusser September 2018

We enjoyed our two weeks at the house very much. There is a lot to see in the area with the nice old town Dunkeld and Pitlochry not far away. We visited the enchanted forest in Pitlochry, this was a great fun for all of us (adults and children).

Reviewed by Ms Barnett September 2018

The Perfect venue for groups wanting space and luxury together. The house is well stocked, clean and in a beautiful location with plenty of local activities around to keep everyone entertained.

Reviewed by Mr Spillmann July 2018

Beautiful house in a beautiful setting, calm environment with a cute town nearby ! Unfortunately, a bit run down due to lack of maintenance. Limescale clogged shower heads, white towels are "grey", moth nests in at least one room. Kitchen poorly equipped for cooking for more than 4 people!

Reviewed by Mrs Green March 2018

Dungarthill House was rented for a weekend to celebrate a big birthday party. We stayed with 13 adults and 8 children and had plenty of space. The rooms are big and the beds are comfortable. There are plenty of bathrooms, so most families had a bathroom each. The bedrooms are all different decorated and I liked all the personal touches. Downstairs Read moreis grand. There are 3 big rooms for entertaining. The billiard room and drawing room in particularly are lovely. There are open fires in all of the downstairs rooms and in the hall, which make the rooms even more cosy. The kitchen is big and functional with a big AGA and another cooker. The dining room is just beautiful and we managed to sit down with all our 21 guests around the table. What makes Dungarthill House so different to other country houses, is that it is lovely and warm, even without the fires on. The heating system is brilliant and on arrival the house and the AGA were both warm. We did explore the grounds, but the weather was challenging, so didn't venture out much. The grounds were well kept and plenty of space to run around or play some games on the lawn. Overall I can highly recommend staying in Dungarthill House. We were all sad to leave. Hide

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