Ideal family holiday cottages in Perthshire Scotland

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Mo Dachaidh

by Aberfeldy

"My home", the Gaelic translation for Mo Dachaidh, enjoys an idyllic location with views towards Glen Lyon. Set in the quiet hamlet of Keltneyburn, 5 miles from Aberfeldy, this is a beautiful furnished and equipped Highland Perthshire holiday home, Perfect for larger groups.
Price range £650 to £850 per week, or £11.60 to £15.20 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £450 to £600
 4 stars
Sleeps: 8
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £750
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Rose Apartment

Perth

One of three very elegant apartments in a Georgian terrace overlooking Perth's North Inch, or park, Rose apartment is on the third floor. Perfect for a city break. Walk to shops, restaurants, concert hall and theatre.
Price range £150 per night to £1000 per week, £240 per night all year except Christmas and New Year. Value £26 per person per night to £24 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 5 stars
Sleeps: 6
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £900
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Ballacraine

Comrie, by Crieff

Holiday in this spacious “listed” historic cottage, beautifully adapted for modern living, set in the heart of Comrie village, West Perthshire. Accessible by public transport and centrally located in Scotland with Glasgow, Edinburgh, Glencoe and The Trossachs just over an hour's drive.
Price range £460 to £735 per week, or £10.95 to £17.50 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 0 stars
Sleeps: 6
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £460
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


Aberturret Cottage

Crieff

Lovely traditional cottage in former Dower House grounds, close to the River Turret, with instant access to beautiful country walks and near to the amenities of Crieff. Take to the hills or relax in comfort in this peaceful setting. Loch Turret nearby provides spectacular views and walking.
Price range £420 to £580 per week, or £12 to £17 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 4 stars
Sleeps: 5
Start day: Saturday
Prices from: £398
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


Moulinalmond

by Perth

Secluded cottage with log burner in wing of a large 19th century country house set in superb grounds and walled garden. Close to the village of Almondbank and a few minutes drive from the City of Perth.
Price range £365 to £495 per week, or £13 to £18.50 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 3 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £365
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


The Granary

Forgandenny, by Perth

One of two cottages (see also The Stables, sleeps 4) in a beautifully converted farm building, on a working farm 7 miles south of Perth where you can also bring your horse on holiday. Magnificent views of the Ochils, Sidlaws and Strathearn.
Price range £380 to £650 per week, or£8 to £13.50 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 4 stars
Sleeps: 6
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £425
Smoking: No
Pets: No


River View Cottage

Kenmore

Set on the banks of the River Tay, on the edge of Taymouth Castle Golf Course in the attractive conservation village of Kenmore, this is a charming, spacious cottage in the Scottish Highlands. Perfect for a wide range of activities and enjoying the magnificent countryside.
Price range £405 to £595 per week, or £10 to £14 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £310 to £445
 4 stars
Sleeps: 6
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £475
Smoking: No
Pets: No


The Lookout at St Ninians

Crieff

A Luxurious, spacious and comfortable apartment in a converted Church in Crieff with spectacular views over Strathearn. Private parking for one car. Walk to shops and eating out. Golf Course at Crieff and many visitor attractions near this central and accessible location.
Price range £450 to £675 per week, or £16 to £24.00 per head per night when fully occupied by 4 persons for 7 nights.
 5 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £475
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


Croftgarrow Steading

Fortingall, by Aberfeldy

This house is top of the range; a large and luxurious holiday home in Glen Lyon. With a hot tub in the garden and set in a tranquil Scottish Glen amid some of the best scenery in Scotland., guests will find it hard lo leave. Quite simply stunning and a perfect treat!
Price range £700 to £1200 per week, or £25 to £43 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £525 to £850
 5 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £700
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Craigrossie at Guthrie Court

Gleneagles Village, Auchterarder

This 2-bedroom ground floor apartment is situated on the edge of The Gleneagles Hotel grounds. Perfect for touring Perthshire and beyond, with easy rail and road links to Perth, Dundee, St Andrews, Edinburgh and Glasgow, and the north.
Price range £600 to £900 per week, or £21.50 to £33 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 0 stars
Sleeps: 3
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £600
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Tarmachan at Shoreside

Loch Tay

Tarmachan (named after the nearby Munro, Meall nan Tarmachan) is a bright, modern holiday home with outstanding views over Loch Tay and surrounding hills. A paradise for walkers, sailing, sightseeing in the Scottish Highlands and golf.
Price range £525 to £750 per week, or £18.75 to £26.75per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £385 to £565
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £465
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Cambushinnie Croft

Dunblane

This exceptionally well appointed and spacious house is on a working family farm. Surrounded by stunning open views of the Ochil hills, just 4 miles north of the cathedral city of Dunblane and close to Stirling and its landmark attractions. Easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Price range £510 to £950 per week, or £12 to £23 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights
 4 stars
Sleeps: 6
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £693
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


Shiehallion at Shoreside

Loch Tay

Schiehallion (meaning “Fairy Hill” in Gaelic) is a stylish, contemporary holiday home with stunning views across Loch Tay and the surrounding hills. Enjoy walking, sailing, sightseeing in the Scottish Highlands and golf from this perfect setting on one of Scotland's most beautiful lochs.
Price range £525 to £750 per week, or £18.75 to £26.75per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £385 to £565
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £465
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Jedburgh Place

Perth

This quiet first floor apartment is situated in the fashionable South West of Perth, offering easy access to the A9 to Glasgow and Inverness, Dundee, M80 Edinburgh and Fife links.
Price range £350 to £525 per week, or £12.50 to £18.75 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £350
Smoking: No
Pets: No


The Coach House

Forteviot, by Perth

Beautifully refurbished 19th century house close to the attractive historic village of Forteviot and a short distance from the River Earn. Forgandenny and Strathallan School are nearby. Perth 5 miles. Sleeps additional 2 on sofa bed.
Price range £345 to £535 per week, or £8.25 to £12.75 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights.
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Flexible
Prices from: £380
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


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  • 1300s Scottish soldiers noted for ability to march longer than others because they made their own oatcakes
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  • Auld Lang Syne sung for 150 years before Burns sent a copy for print to the Scots Musical Museum that he had taken down from an old man.
  • Lawnmower invented in Scotland
  • Shortbread known from 12C but generally thought to have been refined use and name credited to Mary Queen of Scots 16C. Petticoat tails
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