Holiday Cottage Perthshire

  • One Bedroom Cottage
  • Meikleour Country Cottage
  • Walks by Cottages
  • Two Bedroom Cottage
  • Cottage Master Bedroom
  • Cottages 3 & 4
  • Cottages 3 & 4
  • Cottage Master Bedroom

Our holiday cottages offer the service of an award winning boutique hotel (lovely breakfast, daily housekeeping and fabulous food) with added comfort and space. We have 3 types of cottages: The Stable Cottages, The Walled Garden Cottages and Roselea Cottage.

The Stable Cottages (launched in summer 2021): 850m from the hotel, accessible through a private estate drive. A stunning 18th century building that has been converted to the highest standards. There are multiple one-bedroom Stable cottages and a large two-bed and three-bed cottage with river view. They are all extremely spacious with beautiful interiors. The River Tay is at your door steps.

Our popular Walled Garden Cottages: 900m from the hotel accessible through a private estate drive. Nestled along an old Victorian kitchen garden the Walled Garden cottages are bright and contemporary.

Our three-bed stone cottage Roselea is a 2 min walk away from the restaurant. With secure garden at the front and at the back it is ideal for a family. You are at the centre of our conservation village.

Price includes breakfast at the hotel and daily housekeeping, minimum stay 2 nights.

Dog: If you are planning to bring a dog you must let us know in advance. Dogs stay for free if you have booked directly with us, maximum 2 dogs per accommodation. Please note that dogs MUST NOT be left alone in our accommodation (for a licenced local pet sitter contact Blairgowrie Walkies). Please note that dogs are not allowed on beds and soft furnishing, we reserve the right to invoice for extra cleaning..

EPC ratings: Walled Garden cottages ->energy efficiency C, environmental impact A | Stable cottages -> energy efficiency C, environmental impact A | Roselea -> energy efficiency E, environmental impact E |

The Sunday Post, July 2021:" Surrounded by woodland and on the banks of the River Tay, it’s a blissful destination that turns everything into a ritualistic experience. "

The Times, July 2020: Top 20 cool hotels with your dog.