Dunalastair Estate Holiday Cottages

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Welcome to Dunalastair Estate Holiday Cottages

See  our   live  availability - and  book  securely   online with  the  owners'  direct

Ian and Rose La Terriere offer you a choice of our nine fully equipped holiday cottages on their family-run highland estate. With log fires and seclusion amongst the magnificent scenery of mountains, lochs and native woodlands with breathtaking views, each holiday home is privately situated and dog friendly.

From a tower house by the river to a secluded honeymoon retreat for two, each of the holiday lettings has a unique character of its own.

"A wonderful stay.  We immediately felt at home in the Old Post Office.  It provided us with a cosy and well-equipped base from which to re-acquaint ourselves with an area which we love.  It was a pleasure to watch the wildlife explore the garden and amazing to be watched over by the ever-changing and wondrous Schiehallion.  Would recommend without reservation and we look forward to our next visit"  Sept 2017 from Visitors Book

Dunalastair Estate is within easy reach of a great array of activities for all ages and interests.   You can take a boat trip on Loch Rannoch or a landrover safari, or you can hire a bike and ride round the loch and have lunch at the Rannoch Station Tearoom.  And within half an hour, there are distilleries, galleries, shopping, water sports, fishing, golf, historic castles, bungee jumping, theatre, gardens and much more.  

Rannoch is a wonderfully quiet and unspoilt glen in a National Scenic Area and is perfect for spotting interesting wildlife, such as deer and osprey, pine marten and red squirrels.

We have been chosen for one of the most iconic locations
in the popular US TV series, OUTLANDER.

Centrally placed for Exploring Scotland

Right at the heart of mainland Scotland, Dunalastair Estate, in Highland Perthshire, is perfectly placed for visiting a wide area and taking in such historic places as Blair Castle, Balmoral, Scone Palace, Perth, Loch Ness, the Trossachs and Fort William. 

It is easy to make a day trip to Edinburgh and Glasgow by train from Pitlochry or Rannoch Station.  You can even take a trip on the West Highland Line (Harry Potter line!) to the fishing village of Mallaig for lunch and be home in time for tea.  It is one of the great train journeys of the world.

To see the cottage details click DUNALASTAIR COTTAGES


(Please note: we have no connection with The Dunalastair Hotel Suites in Kinloch Rannoch village which is a different business)


TRIP ADVISOR REVIEWS - in case you are wondering where our reviews have disappeared to; when we stopped advertising with Trip Advisor/Holiday Lettings in October 2016 (because they wanted to take bookings directly and we like to deal personally with potential visitors), they took down all of our (five star) reviews and will not allow anyone to review us subsequently, as far as we can see because we no longer allow them to take bookings on our behalf with huge commissions from you.  We now use Upfront Reviews which guarantees that the reviewers have stayed in the cottage about which they write.