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Port An Eilean

Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 25
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 9
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Four Poster
Sky TV
Tennis Court
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Spectacular lochside location, with magnificent views
  • Ornate country house, with tower and courtyard
  • Opportunity for fishing and boat trips from the property
Property code: CA273

Standing impressively on the banks of Loch Tummel, this remarkable holiday home is a magical haven for large groups seeking elegance, style and a property with an abundance of grandeur.

 Set on Loch Tummel, on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, this historic retreat sleeps 26 guests across ten bedrooms, making it ideal for birthday celebrations and family gatherings. The living space offers super-stylish interiors and incredible comfort, while outside there’s an all-weather tennis court and boat jetty. It’s perfect for discerning guests who enjoy the finer things in life.

Step inside the grand entrance hall of to find spacious living spaces, period features and elegance at every turn. The interiors have been beautifully refurbished, from the wood-panelled boot room to the spacious hallways, and the sumptuous drawing room with its loch and mountain views. Stylish bedrooms can be found on both floors. Enjoy your own bar and library with the ambience of a warm fire or challenge fellow-guests to competitions in the games room outbuilding which has a refrigerator for treats and refreshments. The tower living room also boasts opulent furnishings and spectacular countryside views.

On the ground floor, there’s a beautiful drawing room with an open fire, piano and access to a patio with magnificent views towards Loch Tummel. Create grand culinary feasts in the well-equipped kitchen with French doors out to a patio for al fresco dining. Or on cooler evenings, enjoy pre-dinner drinks in your own bar (complete with wine and beer coolers, ice machine and sink), and delicious meals in the dining room by the open fire. There’s also a king-size bedroom with a sofa bed and an en-suite bathroom on this floor , plus a handy utility and boot room.

On the first floor, you’ll find a large bedroom suite with its own sitting room and en-suite. There are also two king-size bedrooms with en-suites; a large double bedroom (with two double beds) and an en-suite; and a twin bedroom with an en-suite.

In the courtyard, there are a further two king-size bedrooms with en-suites (one on the first floor). And in the lower tower, there’s a bedroom with four single beds and two truckle beds - perfect for little ones. In the upper tower, there’s a further living room where children can enjoy the space, or adults can enjoy some quiet time with a good book.

Outside, there’s a private enclosed garden. There’s also a games room (available by prior arrangement) for dreich days and fun evenings. There are wonderful terraces with ample space for your entire group. Hit the tennis court and try some Andy Murray forehands; the court also features designs for five-a-side football, badminton, netball, volleyball and basketball. Or enjoy waterside fun on the loch.

  • 10 bedrooms - 7 king-size, 1 double, 1 twin, 1 twin with two double beds, 1 room with 4 single beds and 2 truckle beds
  • 9 bathrooms – 4 en-suite bathrooms with shower over bath, 2 en-suite bathrooms with separate shower, 1 en-suite shower room, 1 bathroom, 1 shower room plus 2 separate WCs
  • 2 electric ovens, electric Aga, microwave, 2 dishwashers, 2 freezers, 2 fridges, washing machine and dryer
  • Open fire - logs included
  • TV with full Sky package, DVD player, TVs in kitchen and some bedrooms
  • Traditional whisky bar and gin bar with pool table
  • Hairdryer
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Large private garden with garden furniture
  • BBQ available upon request
  • Unlimited driveway parking
  • All-weather tennis court with integral football, badminton, netball, volleyball and basketball
  • Boat available for hire (with skipper). Canoe also available, both by prior arrangement
  • Games room with table tennis, pool table, table football and darts board
  • Fishing on the loch is permitted from the shoreline
  • 2 dogs are permitted - not allowed in bedrooms
  • Dog Kennel in courtyard
  • Shop 3.5 miles away
  • No four poster bed
  • Housekeeping available upon request
  • Catering available upon request
  • Group Bookings – these may need to be checked with the owner first before confirming
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 2 dogs allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week

You're spoilt for choice in this spectacular region where the surrounding countryside is packed with outdoor adventures for sporty guests, fabulous follies for history buffs, and wildlife wonders for nature lovers.

Enjoy waterside fun right from your doorstep on Loch Tummel; Loch Rannoch (11 miles) and Loch Tay (15 miles) are also in reach. Take a drive to Blair Atholl (12 miles) on the fringes of the spectacular Cairngorms National Park where you can watch Highland Games in springtime, and see Blair Castle, the ancestral home of Clan Murray.

Pack a picnic and head to the nearby forests, abundant with beauty spots and legendary tales of Alba's mythical creatures and ancient history. Visit Tay Forest Park (4 miles), a vast forest landscape of breathtaking views and tea treats at the visitor centre where you can also see majestic Bens, ancient lochs, forts, and battle sites. Visit Allean Forest (5.5 miles) where you'll discover a Pict ring fort and ancient homestead.

Try a bungee jump over the Killicrankie Pass, a colourful forest location in all seasons (8.5 miles) where a notable battle took place in 1689 that inspired Scottish bard Robert Burns. Book a tour with Highland Safaris to Aberfeldy's Red Deer Centre (14 miles), and meet red deer and barn owls up close, or enjoy biking and gold panning.

Gavin Grant

This property is personally managed by Gavin.

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