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Pinegrove Cottage

Birnam, Perth and Kinross
Visit Scotland - 4 star
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Traditional stone cottage sleeping four
  • Pretty features throughout and seating area to the front
  • Stone fireplace with gas stove
  • Stylish, modern kitchen with a delightful dining area
  • Set on the banks of the River Tay, on the south-eastern edge of the Grampian Mountains
  • Excellent pub within 1 mile, across Thomas Telford's Dunkeld Bridge
Property code: CA266

Charming stone terraced cottage, 1 mile south of the cathedral town of Dunkeld, 13 miles southeast of Pitlochry and 17 miles west of Aberfeldy

Designed and converted to retain the very essence of what a country cottage should feel like, this delightful property is full of character and charm. Its traditional stone walls, paved outside seating area and entrance porch creates a lovely first impression, picture postcard some might say. It is situated in one of the most preserved historic towns in Scotland along the River Tay, surrounded by forests, rolling hills and a flowing river.

The cottage welcomes you through the entrance hallway into a property that is clearly loved and that has been respectfully restored. It feels warm and friendly and has an exposed stone fireplace in the lounge with a feature gas stove, tempting you to stay inside and snuggle up on those darker, wintery nights. Finished with elegant rustic furnishings, this cottage presents a relaxed style that is both traditional and modern-day.

If you are coming in from a day of exploring then the entrance hall is ideal for removing those muddy boots! The country-style kitchen/dining area is well-equipped and could be considered the social hub of the cottage with its intimate, relaxed dining area. Also on the ground floor is the elegant family bathroom with a bath and a WC. Upstairs is the twin bedroom and the double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with shower and WC.

The paved garden to the cottage is situated at the front of the property, providing a lovely sunny and spacious area for guests to enjoy. Perfect for children to play games in or to just simply sit and relax with the sun on your face whilst eating breakfast.

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

Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 e-suite double, 1 twin
  • 2 bathrooms - 1 en-suite with bath, shower and WC, 1 bathroom with bath and WC 
  • Electric oven, gas hob, fridge/freezer with ice maker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine
  • Welcome pack of local fare
  • Cot and High Chair on request
  • Gas stove fire
  • Heating, gas and electricity provided
  • Satellite TV, Blu-ray DVD player, CD player & CDs, iPod docking station
  • Hair dryer
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Front patio with seating area; drying green to rear of property
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Range of books, games and toys, local guides & maps, binoculars, waterproof picnic blanket & flask
  • Train station within half a mile (direct sleeper service to mainland stations, including London)
  • Shops, Post Office and Tea Room within 0.5 miles; pub within 1 mile
  • Pitlochry 13 miles; Aberfeldy 17 miles; water sports at Loch Tay and Loch Earn (24/40 miles); Dundee 30 miles; skiing at Glenshee 38 miles

The historic cathedral town of Dunkeld and Birnam sits on the north bank of the River Tay and is a joy to visit during your stay in Perthshire. It has an array of shops, restaurants, galleries and cafes all offering traditional and contemporary Highland treats. It has some great places to eat and drink with a friendly and lively arts and music scene. The grand cathedral made of grey sandstone sits tall and majestic, watching over this picturesque little town.

Perthshire is famous for some of the most spectacular scenery in the Highlands. Located on the very tip of the Tay Forest Park means that there are some outstanding trails for walking and cycling, right on your doorstep. If you are looking for more adventure sports, Loch Tay and Loch Earn provide the perfect environment for all types of water sports. The River Tay is the ideal spot to try your hand at fishing, kayaking or white water rafting.

Pitlochry (13 miles) is said to be one of Scotland's most vibrant and pretty places to visit, steeped in clan history. There is something for everyone to enjoy here, from adrenaline pursuits like bungey jumping, quad biking and river rapids to the more leisurely activities such as a game of golf, hill walking or touring the distilleries. With such a vast variety on offer here in this beautiful town, it really deserves a visit.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mr Buckley June 2019

We enjoyed our stay in Pinegrove Cottage. It is well equipped and in a good location. Very quiet but only a 10 minute walk into Dunkeld with its range of shops and restaurants. Lots to do in the locality. We bought a book and enjoyed a coffee in the bookshop. Had a nice lunch in the Institute and a good pizza from the Inn. All within a two minute wRead morealk. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Brown May 2019

Great location for walks and visits around the area. Cottage was ideal, clean comfortable and homely. All the small things you need to take supplied by the owner. All you have to take are clothes and food. Would, and have recommended to friends.

Reviewed by Mr Skinner December 2018

Great little cottage with plenty of space with the two beds rooms. Close by to Perth and other local attractions. Would stay again.

Reviewed by Mr Gibbins October 2018

A excellent cottage, which was warm and comfortable, located in a charming part of Perthshire, close to local amenities in a very interesting area. Walks immediately from the door either by the River Tay or if preferred on higher terrain, through some stunning scenery, especially when the Autumn colours abound. Dunkeld, is an interesting town, withRead more a number of hotels/pubs all providing evening meals, the 'Perth Arms', being our favorite, also Dunkeld is the home of the Scotish folk/fidle music scene, Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Cawthra October 2018

A well placed, warm and cosy cottage. The colours of the trees in autumn is breath taking in this . So many beautiful walks from the door. Well equipted , very comfortable beds. The only reason I have given 3 stars is that the settee's were not comfortable. No support left in them, they had definately seen better days !

Reviewed by Mr And Mrs Smeaton September 2018

It was so relaxing to stay at this beautiful little place! A home away from home;) It was a vacation we will never forget! The Cottage was everything and more for us. We plan on coming back to Scotland and hope to have the opportunity to stay at Pinegrove Cottage again!! We rented a car and this central location was perfect for day trips to many atRead moretractions;) We enjoyed everything so much. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Gordon May 2018

A lovely cottage, quaint, well equipped and very clean. A great place from which to tour the local area as there was so much to do on our doorstep I.e. The Hermitage, Faskally, Pitlochry, Faskayy and the Loch of the Lowes. Birnam and Dunkeld were both picturesque - we enjoyed our evening walks by the river and across the bridge for a refreshing driRead morenk. We also enjoyed the local wildlife, the Ospreys, Woodpeckers and Red Squirrels to name a few. Denise was very helpful. Hide

Reviewed by Ms Murray March 2018

Lovely cottage in perfect location. Well equipped clean and tidy. Requires new mattress in double room and the two lounge settee are desperately uncomfortable, as the padding has past its best. I would return of these problems were fixed.

Reviewed by Mr Murphy February 2018

We found this cottage very cosy and well equipped. The beds were particularly comfortable, and the kitchen had everything we needed. The location is great. We had some lovely walks, and everyone we met was very friendly. We've given it four stars rather than five just because we thought it needs a little updating, but we had a lovely week and wouldRead moren't hesitate to book this cottage again. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Flint January 2018

Pinegrove Cottage shares a courtyard location with other 19th century terraced homes. There is room for one car tucked outside and, if like us, you have a second vehicle this can be parked further away. The sitting room is cosy, with a gas-fired stove, and there were particularly welcoming touches by the owner a bottle of local elderberry wine (deRead morelicious, we bought some more), biscuits and even a small decanter of whisky. The kitchen is well-equipped, the beds are comfortable, the en suite shower works well, there is a downstairs bathroom with WC and bath, and there are lots of local maps and guides to the area, plus a good selection of books, DVDs and music. There is nothing that we needed that was not provided (except perhaps the bedroom could do with a couple of chairs to dump clothes, plus a towel rail for the en suite). There is a local store for immediate needs, a second hand bookshop almost on the doorstep and an institute that stages interesting exhibitions and productions. Nearby Dunkeld exudes history, and further afield there is plenty to do in our case a visit to Glenshee for snow sports, Dundee to see Scott's ship Discovery (highly recommended), and a Parkrun in Perth (next to an interesting museum about the Black Watch regiment). The cottage is good a stepping off point to explore into the Highlands or enjoy Lowland walks and culture. A great place to visit. Thank you. Hide

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