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Holiday Cottages in Highland Perthshire, Scotland
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Our nine luxury holiday cottages lie in secluded locations on magical Dunalastair Estate in Highland Perthshire, a wonderfully unspoilt and nature-rich area of Scotland. These unique highland hideaways are the perfect places to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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The secluded and private holiday homes are located in different places around extensive family-run Dunalastair Estate and you can take in the breathtaking views of hills, lochs and native woodlands and forests that surround them.
From a tower house by the river to a secluded romantic retreat for two with panoramic views, all the holiday cottages have character and unique features of their own and are furnished with every comfort and convenience in mind.
Dunalastair Estate is only 2 hours from Edinburgh and Glasgow yet the landscape is uniquely unspoilt and, as a result, it teams with rare wildlife and plants. It is a haven for photographers and artists.
We have been chosen for one of the iconic locations
There are so many activities on hand from hill walking to water sports, highland safaris to historic castles, gardens to theatre and so much more within easy reach of Dunalastair.
All cottages have log fires and pets are welcome. Rental includes trout fishing in season, use of tennis court and rowing boats on the loch.
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Centrally placed for Exploring Scotland
Right at the centre of mainland Scotland, Dunalastair, in Highland Perthshire, is perfectly placed for touring a wide area and visiting such historic places as Blair Castle, Balmoral, Scone Palace, Perth, Loch Ness, the Trossachs, Fort William, Edinburgh and Glasgow. There are distilleries and water mills to visit and an evening at Pitlochry's famous Festival Theatre is well worth while and there is a brand new cinema, The Birks, in Aberfeldy. A variety of excellent eating places are within easy reach by car.