Perthshire holiday cottages

Nestled amidst rolling hills, pristine lochs, and ancient forests, Perthshire offers a haven of tranquillity and adventure. Nature enthusiasts will be enthralled by the majestic peaks of Ben Lawers and Schiehallion, perfect for exhilarating hikes and rewarding panoramic views. The region boasts countless picturesque lochs, including Loch Tay and Loch Earn, ideal for water sports and leisurely boat trips. Our Perthshire holiday cottages are the only way to explore this beautiful part of the country, many offer pets go-free, so all members of the family can have a break to remember. If you're looking for more inspiration, scroll down for our suggestions for things to see and do in this breathtaking destination.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Perthshire

Perthshire, in central Scotland, is a region known for its stunning landscapes, historic castles, and outdoor activities. Here are the top five things to see and do:

  1. The Hermitage and Black Linn Falls: Explore the picturesque woodland of The Hermitage near Dunkeld. Follow the trails along the River Braan to reach the Black Linn Falls, a magnificent waterfall surrounded by ancient trees.

  2. Scone Palace: Visit Scone Palace, the historic crowning place of Scottish kings and an impressive stately home. Explore the palace's opulent rooms, stroll through the beautiful grounds, and learn about the rich history of this important site.

  3. Loch Tay and Kenmore: Enjoy the beauty of Loch Tay, one of Scotland's largest and most scenic lochs. Take a boat trip on the loch, enjoy fishing or water sports, and visit the picturesque village of Kenmore on its shores.

  4. Blair Castle: Discover the grandeur of Blair Castle, a magnificent castle dating back to the 13th century. Explore its richly furnished rooms, walk through the extensive grounds, and learn about the castle's fascinating history.

  5. Queen's View: Take in the breathtaking views of Loch Tummel from Queen's View, a famous viewpoint named after Queen Victoria, who was impressed by its beauty. The panoramic vistas of the loch and surrounding mountains are truly awe-inspiring.

Bonus: For outdoor enthusiasts, Perthshire offers excellent opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife spotting in places like the Cairngorms National Park and the Tay Forest Park. Also, consider visiting the historic town of Dunkeld, known for its beautiful cathedral and charming streets.

Perthshire holiday cottages