Holiday House Details
Dunvarlich House
(11 reviews)
From £1,200 per week
Sleeps 10
5 bedrooms
4 doubles, 1 twin

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Fri 02 Aug 2019Thu 22 Aug 2019£2,200£660
Fri 23 Aug 2019Thu 29 Aug 2019£2,000£600
Fri 30 Aug 2019Thu 24 Oct 2019£1,700£510
Fri 25 Oct 2019Thu 31 Oct 2019£1,650£495
Fri 01 Nov 2019Thu 19 Dec 2019£1,250£375
Fri 20 Dec 2019Thu 26 Dec 2019£2,800£840
Fri 27 Dec 2019Thu 02 Jan 2020£2,800£840
Fri 03 Jan 2020Thu 26 Mar 2020£1,200£360
Fri 27 Mar 2020Thu 02 Apr 2020£1,350£405
Fri 03 Apr 2020Thu 09 Jul 2020£1,700£510
Fri 10 Jul 2020Thu 30 Jul 2020£2,000£600
Fri 31 Jul 2020Thu 20 Aug 2020£2,200£660
Fri 21 Aug 2020Thu 27 Aug 2020£2,000£600
Fri 28 Aug 2020Thu 22 Oct 2020£1,700£510
Fri 23 Oct 2020Thu 29 Oct 2020£1,650£495
Fri 30 Oct 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£1,250£375
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£2,800£840
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£2,800£840
Sun 03 Jan 2021Thu 04 Feb 2021£1,200£360
Fri 05 Feb 2021Thu 18 Mar 2021£1,250£375
Fri 16 Apr 2021Thu 27 May 2021£1,350£405
Fri 04 Jun 2021Thu 17 Jun 2021£1,700£510
Fri 18 Jun 2021Thu 09 Sep 2021£2,200£660
Fri 10 Sep 2021Thu 23 Sep 2021£1,700£510
Fri 24 Sep 2021Thu 30 Sep 2021£1,350£405
Fri 01 Oct 2021Thu 21 Oct 2021£1,650£495
Fri 22 Oct 2021Thu 04 Nov 2021£1,250£375
Fri 05 Nov 2021Sun 19 Dec 2021£1,200£360
Mon 20 Dec 2021Sun 26 Dec 2021£2,800£840
Mon 27 Dec 2021Sun 02 Jan 2022£2,800£840


With beautiful views overlooking the River Tay to the hills beyond, Dunvarlich House provides outstanding self-catering holiday accommodation in Perthshire.

This delightful holiday house is full of character and charm with many original features retained including stained glass windows, wood panelling and bathrooms. Beautiful antique furnishings, antique beds and log fires all retain the property's ambience of a by gone era, whilst the media cinema room with surround sound, high resolution LCD screen, brings state of the art twenty first century living for those who want.

The wonderful garden comes complete with orchard. To the front there is a quiet road and a few steps leading down to a beautiful river walk. Enjoy playing on the croquet lawn or relax in the summerhouse, which has its own music centre and BBQ ideal for that balmy summer evenings. Adults and children alike will love the fully enclosed garden - a little bit of paradise.

Dunvarlich is set in one of the most beautiful areas of Perthshire with uninterrupted views of Strathtay and Schiehallion, however it is within easy walking distance of the centre of bustling and picturesque Aberfeldy with its galleries, restaurants and antique shops.



Ground floor:

Vestibule, spacious panelled hallway with imposing double staircase and wood burning stove. Living room with original oak panelling, tapestry, bay window and wood burning stove. Gracious dining room with open fire. 1 double room, conservatory, music and games room with piano, TV, DVD\\\'s, games and large sofa. Original and unusual cloakroom. Kitchen with butlers pantry.

First floor:

2 double bedrooms, 1 family room with a double and one single bed, two large Victorian bathrooms with original roll top baths, WC, WHB and bidet. Twin bedroom. Separate shower room.

Please Note:

  • The caretakers reside in a completely separate and private rear wing of this property.


  • Shops, restaurants and hotels 5 minutes walk.
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD player
  • Electric cooker with electric hob
  • Enclosed garden
  • Heating and electricity included
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave & Coffee maker
  • Open fires - fuel included
  • Radio/CD player
  • Television
  • Washing machine and dryer
  • Waterside
  • Wifi
  • Reviews

    (11 reviews)
    Dunvarlich House reviews
    Brilliant destination for a large family 'gathering' - lovely setting and close to everything you need. The house is in amazing 'timewarp' condition (like living in a National Trust property!) but with modern amenities. Only minor drawback is a lack of shower facilities downstairs for the lower bedroom which makes it awkward for elderly or disabled guests). Kids loved the toy boxes and games
    Mr Gowrie - April 2019
    We recently stayed at Dunvarlich to celebrate my Father’s 60th. The charm and beauty of the house gets you as soon as you go in and puts you instantly at ease, just wanting to explore every nook! The record player gave us long evenings of delight around the dining table and the size of the house meant that ages 4 weeks to 60 years all had plenty of space to spread out and enjoy quiet time as well as party time. I would wholeheartedly recommend and can’t wait to be back!
    Ms Taylor - March 2019
    Dunvarlich House was an excellent choice for our three generation family gathering. We all had plenty of room to sprawl around and take advantage of the entertainment in each room on the ground floor living area. The photos didn't do justice to the real thing!!! The adults were very comfortable in the wood paneled front room, with picture windows looking out across the hills. The teens were excited to find an authentic record player with hundreds of records to play and the youngest (under 10), was more than happy to dart between us all, but have a very cosy TV area. The kitchen is short of nothing with enough of everything to cook up a feast and serve it in the marvelous dining room. Another great view out over the hills. All the bedrooms and bathrooms were spacious, immaculate and very peaceful. The location is perfect for walking into Aberfeldy or a short drive to some of Scotland's finest walks. The house has retained it charm and is lovingly taken care of, as were we during our delightful stay. Highly recommend.
    Mr Brocklehurst - July 2016
    We booked Dunvarlich House to celebrate New Year with a group of friends. It was a unique experience in a very special house. We made full use of the music room, the cinema room, the dining room, living room and kitchen as well as four of the bedrooms. The house was always warm from the central heating but we still lit the fires in the evening for atmosphere, with a plentiful supply of logs provided. The Christmas tree was a lovely touch. Ann and Craig were very friendly and helpful but kept out of the way, unless we had a question - thanks too for the generous welcome pack. We did a lot of cooking over the holiday and the kitchen was well stocked with facilities - we just bought with us anything else we needed, like a bread machine. The washing-up machine was put to good use. Aberfeldy was a lovely town with everything you could need in the way of places to eat, supermarket, delicatessen, petrol station, doctor, coffee shops etc. The town is not far from the A9 giving easy access to other parts of Scotland including the Cairngorms. Unfortunately, we were there during the floods so could not do much exploring in the area but what we did see looked beautiful (Loch Tay, Loch Rannoch etc) and a wonderful area to explore - we hope to go back.
    Mrs Peppard - December 2015
    fabulously relaxing and fun weekend in a fascinating and very well equipped house. Loved all the quirky things we came across -we were amused by the ancient and fabulous self-flushing "thunderbox" in the downstairs loo! The open fire and woodburning stoves were great on a cold November day. Kitchen well equipped and we thoroughly enjoyed cooking together and our very sociable meals together in the lovely dining room. Cannot recommend this house highly enough.
    Dr Duncan - November 2015
    Don't miss this place if your staying in this area. Great house.
    Mr Hendrickson - May 2015
    We love this house! It is so beautiful - the style of the house, the furnishings, just perfect. The space is wonderful, the furniture and furnishings are so in keeping with the house itself, the owner tells us they sourced it all themselves, but it looks like it was made for the house. We particularly loved the beds in the two biggest bedrooms, and the silk freize around the drawing room walls. Despite it being so beautifully furnished and maintained, it is also very welcoming and comfortable. The wood-burning stoves do a great job of heating the rooms. The music room was a real bonus, though the organ playing at 8am by our 7 year old wasn't the most conducive to relaxation! The location is wonderful too. We initially worried about it not being completely away from the town, it it was actually ideal , as we had access to the river, lovely walks and cycles, but also walking distance to the shops (including of course the Watermill!). So all in all, a fantastic holiday, and we will definitely be back.
    Ms Maguire - October 2013
    No complaints whatsover - what it said online was what you got for real Beautiful old house but with all mod cons to keep us happy and cosy
    Mr Barrie - December 2012
    We have been staying at large houses with our friends for over a decade and this is, by far, the best we have ever stayed in. From the warm welcome from Anne, through the unlimited firewood, the excellent honesty whisky bar and the joy of an old record player and large record collection it was the touches above and beyond that made this stay so outstanding. On a more practical level the kitchen was well equipped for cooking for us ten, plenty of cutlery and crockery, a good heating system and plenty of hot water to fill and refill the splendid baths. The pictures of the house do not do it justice and my wife literally danced from room to room with delight at each new discovery and the cinema room suited the teenagers in the party for films and gaming.
    Mr Cook - February 2012
    The house was somewhat faded and in need of upgrading.
    Mrs Mcclelland - May 2011
    This house is a marvellous place to stay with plenty of space for a large group to spread out and relax. The village of Aberfeldy is brilliant; the house is opposite a river and there are two enormous hills to climb as well as a putting green at the end of the road. The small town is well equipped with a fabulous Co-op that's open late every evening, a range of tea rooms, a chemist, and Dewar's World of Whisky where you can sample some very local produce. It is also a good central location within easy reach of Stirling (worth a visit) and some beautiful countryside. We drove over to Aberfoyle for Go Ape and that is a great day out with 2 incredibly long zip wires that stretch across a valley and some amazing scenery. The house itself is well equipped with everything you could need; it was very hard to leave and come back home!
    Mrs Davidson - April 2011