View towards the charming property
Relax and enjoy the lounge with mountain views
Enjoy the roaring wood burner
Well-equipped kitchen
Dining area with direct access out to the rear garden
Double bedroom enjoing church and mountain views
Light and bright twin bedroom
Stylish bathroom
Single bedroom with breathtaking views
Views across the glen from the back garden
Views from the front garden
lovely rear garden with decking
1 / 12  View towards the charming property
2 / 12  Relax and enjoy the lounge with mountain views
3 / 12  Enjoy the roaring wood burner
4 / 12  Well-equipped kitchen
5 / 12  Dining area with direct access out to the rear garden
6 / 12  Double bedroom enjoing church and mountain views
7 / 12  Light and bright twin bedroom
8 / 12  Stylish bathroom
9 / 12  Single bedroom with breathtaking views
10 / 12  Views across the glen from the back garden
11 / 12  Views from the front garden
12 / 12  lovely rear garden with decking


Aberfeldy (8.5mls SE), Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Enjoy magnificent mountain views from this charming detached bungalow
  • Beautiful enclosed mature garden providing a safe haven for children and dogs
  • Amazing walking routes to explore including the Rob Roy, Loch Freuchie and Glen Quaich
  • The beautiful towns of Aberfeldy, Dunkeld, Crieff and Pitlochry are easily reached
  • Fishing, boat trips and water sports available close at hand on the splendid loch Tay
  • The Enchanted Forest, Scotland’s premier sound and light event is a must
Property code: 50619

Detached spacious bungalow with wood burner and large mature enclosed garden with seating area and BBQ. Set amid spectacular Highland Perthshire scenery, within easy reach of all local amenities.

Located in the tiny hamlet of Amulree, with its historic kirk dating back to 1784, this charming three-bedroom cottage is ideal for families seeking a rural retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Explore the picture-postcard town of Aberfeldy (11.5 miles), stroll the quaint streets and stop for a visit at Dewar’s distillery for a tour and tasting. Discover historic Dunkeld (10 miles) with its magnificent cathedral, ancient houses and quirky wooden bridges. Further afield, the riverside town of Perth (21 miles) and the vibrant city of Dundee (45 miles) are within easy reach.

Surrounded by open countryside and enjoying views across to the distant Highlands, this detached bungalow offers spacious accommodation and is tastefully decorated in neutral tones with contrasting soft furnishings. Windows look out onto the mountains and surrounding verdant glens, creating an incredibly relaxing atmosphere throughout the property.

Take the short flight of stairs to the front door and into the hallway, ideal for leaving outdoor clothing and walking boots. After a day of outdoor adventures, light the wood burner in the lounge, curl up on the cosy sofas and relax. The well-equipped kitchen is great if you’re eating in and the large dining table is great for gathering around. Off the hallway you will find the three well-appointed bedrooms, a double, a twin and a single, all enjoying either garden or mountain views. There is also a stylish bathroom with shower over bath.

Venturing outside, there is both a front and rear garden, as well as a cycle store. Enjoy an al fresco BBQ on the decked area watching the colours change on the mountains or spread your blanket out on the lawn for an evening of stargazing in the clear shies above. There is plenty of off-road parking in front of the property.

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

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 double, 1 twin and 1 single
  • 1 bathroom
  • Kitchen - gas oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and washing machine
  • Utility room with tumble dryer and freezer.
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi included but please note due to rural location this is only suitable to send emails or to browse internet not for streaming
  • Regret no smoking
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants 8 miles
  • TV/DVD

Enjoy countryside walks from the doorstep, along quiet roads and peaceful bridleways. Follow the path from the village to tranquil Loch Freuchie, through grazing land and woodland and along the River Quaich. Stroll around the banks of the loch, where you can spot wildlife and keep an eye out for the legendary dragons that were rumoured to have inhabited the loch's crannog. Immortalised by Robert Burns in his poem in 1787, the Birks of Aberfeldy (11 miles) is a gentle circular walk through mature trees with excellent views of the Falls of Moness.

Get the adrenaline pumping with a family white-water adventure down the rapids of the River Tay (11.5 miles). Experience the thrills of navigating the water and plunging through challenging twists and turns for a memory to last a lifetime. If you prefer your adventures on dry land, jump in the saddle for an exhilarating quad-bike ride across diverse terrain – be prepared to get muddy!

Not to be missed is the waterfront city of Dundee (45 miles). Explore the city on the Dundee Literary Trail, admire the artworks on display in The McManus Art Gallery and Museum where exhibits range from the life of early man in the area to paintings by Scottish masters. Head to the waterfront and be inspired at the V&A Dundee, the first design museum to be built in the UK outside of London. Step back in time at RRS Discovery and Discovery Point, walking on the fully restored ship and finding out how the crew survived being trapped in the Antarctic ice. Dine in one of the city's many restaurants and don't forget to purchase some Dundee cake or famous marmalade as a souvenir of your visit.

This property is personally managed by Lisa.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 11 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Stuart 10th February 2020

The cottage was warm and cosy, clean and comfy. Location was ideal for us mainly wanting to walk with our dog. The enclosed garden was a real bonus. If we were planning a holiday in that area again we would definitely stay there.

Reviewed by Ian 3rd January 2020

The cottage is surrounded by beautiful scottish countryside. It's very clean inside and in the living room u can watch TV next to a log burner. The cottage contains everything we would ever need for our stay and the owner was helpful and friendly. The cottage is perfect for relaxing and getting a well needed break. It's a great base for exploring sRead moreome nice Scottish scenery which was perfect for taking our dog long walks. I highly recommend it and would consider a return visit in future. Hide

Reviewed by Ekkehard 6th September 2019

Spacious, comfortable cottage in a quiet location, except at peak hours when traffic increases, in particular because of non-respect of speed limit. Very helpful owner, living nearby, in case of problem.

Reviewed by Colin 23rd August 2019

Clean tidy with everything you could want gorgeous area fantastic views and peaceful relax and enjoy.

Reviewed by Julie 2nd August 2019

You definitely need a car when staying at the Riddlesdown Cottage. Its very secluded and quiet, which is what I was looking for. Nice size. Garden is big enough for two dogs (King Staff and a Pomeranian) to play around in. Mrs Brady is such a lovely lady. Thank you so much for providing us with a beautiful cottage.

Reviewed by Debra 26th July 2019

Home from home, very comfortable. Stunning location, waking up to the beautiful mountains and sheep. Idyllic, peaceful area of Scotland.

Reviewed by Helen 14th June 2019

This is a lovely house, in a beautiful spot. Very comfortable and the kithen was well-equipped. A large, enclosed garden is perfect for children and dogs. Easy to travel to Aberfeldy, Crieff and Dunkeld.

Reviewed by Gwen 7th June 2019

WE really enjoyed our holiday . The cottage was clean and comfortable as well as very well equipped . It was also an excellent base for visiting other places , We enjoyed visiting other towns and villages . The enclosed back garden was so safe for our pets .

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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