Bridge Cottage

Sleeps 4 | Bedrooms 2 | Bathrooms 1

Availability & Booking

A unique lochside cottage hideaway. This popular holiday home, full of character, includes use of a boat moored nearby.


Availability Book Your Stay Reviews
Bridge Cottage The view as you eat
Bridge Cottage in autumn

Pleasant walks from the cottage. We also enjoyed using the boat. Lots to do in the area....

At A Glance

  • On the Ground Floor of Bridge Cottage, there is a large sitting room with wood-burning stove and a dining table in the bay window where you can have your meals overlooking the river.  It is furnished with large sofas and easy chairs, sideboard, lamps, together with a library of books and puzzles.

  • Please note there is no TV reception or WiFi in Bridge Cottage but there is  a  TV with DVD player.

  • The fully-equipped galley-style kitchen leads to the back door.

  • The twin room with big bay window looks out to the river.

  • Upstairs, there is a double bedroom with king-size bed and pine wardrobe and dressing table and a lovely view up the loch from the window.

  • The ceilings upstairs are coombed (sloping).

  • The bathroom on the upper floor has a freestanding bath and walk-in shower, WC and basin.

  • Heating is by storage heaters and wood-burning stove.  Cooking is by electricity.

  • Electricity and logs included in the rent. 

  • The garden is unenclosed but has a area of mown grass at the front.  Otherwise it is natural with grass and trees.

  • There is a picnic table in the garden overlooking the loch and there is a lockable shed attached to the house where oars, life jackets and logs are kept and bikes could be safely stored there.

  • EPC F


A unique hideaway where the loch meets the River Tummel - This immensely popular holiday home, full of character, is situated in a very peaceful, secluded position. There are superb views west up Dunalastair Loch to the Glencoe hills and Bridge Cottage lies ¼ mile down a private road.  It is closed Jan and Feb because of access difficulty in snow.

The area around this holiday cottage is a natural setting and is not enclosed. It consists of some mown grass and mature trees leading into woodland and there are sometimes sheep on the grass.

Perth & Kinross Short Term Let Licence: PK11262F 

Please note: Because the cottage is so close to the river and there is no fence it is not at all suitable for small children. The current is strong as it passes the cottage.


Boat on the Loch

A boat for your exclusive use is moored near the cottage for fishing or just exploring Dunalastair Loch and the river. 

A free fishing permit is included. The loch is trout fishing only and only by boat but you can fish for pike downstream of the fallen bridge either by boat or from the bank. See Fishing for details but Bridge Cottage does not have to reserve its boat.  Please use the life preservers provided when using the boat.

Equipment in Bridge Cottage

No TV reception but there is a TV for using with the DVD player.
Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, cafetiere, cutlery, glass, china, utensils, pots and pans, serving dishing, tea towels.
Washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and board, drying rack, clothes pegs.
Duvets, pillows, extra blankets, bed linen, towels, bath mats, hairdryer, refillable liquid soaps and shampoos (to save on plastic waste).
Vacuum cleaner, basic cleaning supplies including washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets, all purpose cleaner etc. Woodburning stove and storage heaters.

Starter pack of 2 toilet rolls per toilet, 1 kitchen roll.
No Wifi  but the cafe in the village, Riverbank Cafe, has WiFi as well as the Dunalastair Hotel.


Availability Book Your Stay Reviews


Around Bridge Cottage

Wildlife & Walks

The remoteness means that you can frequently see wildlife in the vicinity, including red squirrels, deer, eagles, ospreys, whooper swans and geese (in winter), mute swans, lots of duck and many others.

There are lovely walks directly from this special holiday cottage, including to Macgregor's Cave, a viewpoint which looks towards the distant hills of Glen Coe and Etive, and where legend has it that Rob Roy Macgregor hid from the redcoats. 

Welly boots are necessary for this walk. You can walk up Schiehallion directly from the cottage or drive a couple of miles to the main car park and walk from there to the summit.

Availability at Bridge Cottage

You might also like

Balmore Cottage

Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2

This spacious and comfortable cottage, converted from two cottages into a spacious, modern home from home, is surrounded by fields and hills

Check Availability & Book

Maragdubh Farmhouse

Sleeps: 5 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2

This traditional farmhouse, with lots of space, has wonderful panoramic views across the glen. It is perfect for a peaceful break.

Check Availability & Book

West Drumchastle

Sleeps: 3 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1

A very pretty stone holiday home with roses at the door. It enjoys a elevated position with dramatic panoramic view over the glen.

Check Availability & Book