"wake up somewhere special in our holiday cottages
amongst the mountains, lochs and forests of Scotland"
Whether you fancy a romantic hideaway cottage for two, a tower house for eight or characterful holiday homes for four or five, our truly rural retreats are individually located among the wild, romantic hills and lochs of Dunalastair Estate, Rannoch, yet only 2 hours from Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Come and discover one of our nine delightful, secluded and beautifully equipped self catering holiday cottages set in the natural, unspoilt beauty of Dunalastair Estate.
traditional highland farming
estate (featured on BBC Open Country) is the place to see all manner of
wildlife from ospreys to red squirrels, pine marten to otters and of
course deer, buzzards and black grouse, and you are perfectly placed for
touring a wide area of
Each self-catering holiday home is
unique and overlooks river, loch or mountains with views to
die for. The holiday cottages sleep from 2 to 8 people in great
comfort and there is a log fire in each holiday home.
Pets are welcome and rental includes free trout
fishing, use of boats and tennis court and it is a great area for
Highland Perthshire is a renowned centre for
adventure activities, such as white-water rafting or bunjee
jumping. If you enjoy beautiful gardens, then Perthshire has
The glen of Rannoch is renowned for its
peaceful and tranquil character and there is no light pollution here so you can see the
wonderful canopy of stars at night and hear the rushing of the
water down the burns and river with the cry of owls from your holiday
HOLIDAY COTTAGES AT A GLANCE
9 holiday homes sleeping 2 to 8 guests
2 hours from Edinburgh and Glasgow
Panoramic hill and loch views
Electricity, oil included in rent
Bed linen and towels included in rent
Pets welcome for a small charge
fires and wood-burning stoves
"Each Dunalastair holiday cottage has its own individuality
with either log fires or stoves,great to
toast crumpets.The cottages have lovely gardens and its great
fun bird spotting or squirrels if you're lucky.
Wonderful walks in and around the
Dunalastair estate. One fantastic walk takes you up to the ruin of the
old Dunalastair House, worth a visit,
and then down along the banks of the River Tummel. I could carry on writing about the many different
and various things to see and places to
visit. But what you really need to do is see it for yourself.
The cottages are great value for money, all very clean and the kitchens are well equipped. Yes as I said very much home from home.
The estate staff are all very helpful and accommodating with any requests asked of them. When you
arrive there's always a little welcome tea tray ready for you and the fire set
waiting to be fired up." from Trip Advisor