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- Heil eign – leigueining
- Perth and Kinross
This self-contained apartment, which is perfect for 2 people but can accommodate a family of 4, is situated on the first floor of an iconic listed building in the heart of the lovely Georgian village of Dunkeld. Built in 1809 by the Duke of Atholl as accommodation for the manager of the grocery shop below, the property retains many original historic features, including sash windows and wooden shutters in the main room. Accommodation includes; Spacious bedroom suite with bed, living area and dining table. Corriidor through to newly fitted bathroom and separate kitchen. Ideal accommodation for couples although can accommodate families of up to 4 guests with use of sofabeds. Please note, the property is set up for 2 guests using the main bed, single beds must be requested in advance of the stay to ensure bedding is available. There is a small additional fee for the bedding. Located above the award-winning Scottish Deli, with its daytime delicatessen and well-known evening tapas restaurant, staying at the well-equipped Townhouse Apartment gives guests the opportunity to cater for themselves or take advantage of the wealth of local foodie venues and pubs nearby. If you’d prefer to arrange your meals in advance the Scottish Deli is happy to provide continental breakfast and packed lunches and to put together a delicious welcome hamper of goodies. The Townhouse Apartment occupies a first-floor corner location overlooking the crossroads in the middle of Dunkeld's Atholl Street. Built in 1809 by the Duke of Atholl as accommodation for the manager of the grocery shop below, the property retains many original historic features, including sash windows and wooden shutters in the main room. The village sits on the banks of the River Tay, just over the water from its sister community of Birnam. The area is in the heart of Perthshire Big Tree Country, with a range of fantastic ways to enjoy the outdoors, whether you're strolling along the banks of the river to Dunkeld's partially ruined cathedral or riding the gnarly downhill mountain bike trails in the hills around the village. Dunkeld and Birnam offers a fantastic shopping experience with a great selection of small boutique shops, arts & crafts galleries, gifts shops and speciality food & drink purveyors. Alongside this are well stocked local food stores, a great butcher, great bakers and beautiful home and interior stores. You can even buy a pair of hand crafted skis.....
- Heil eign – heimili
Accommodation This 3-bedroom cottage in the pretty village of Birnam, just a short walk from Dunkeld, has been beautifully renovated whilst still retaining the charm of a farm cottage, with natural beams in the lounge and the shared colonial style open courtyard through an arched driveway. This first-floor cottage is a real home from home and a perfect getaway for all the family. The cosy living and dining area comes complete with an open gas fire and Wifi throughout. There is a selection of DVDs, CDs, books and games for those of us who enjoy just curling up in front of the fire with the family. The Kitchen is modern, functional and fully equipped. The master bedroom is spacious yet comfortable with a double bed, free standing wardrobe and chest of drawers. The other two bedrooms (1x double & 1x single), keeping with the cottage theme, have beautiful wooden furnishings. Well behaved pets welcome, by prior agreement - extra charges will apply.. Short Breaks are available Some comments from our lovely guests: "Perfect place for a stay in the area" "We had a great weekend here. It's a brilliant location - we took the car but you could easily travel by train because there's a station at Birnam." "If you want comfort, cosy, rest and relaxation - Couthie is perfect!" Area Couthie Cottage is located in the village of Birnam, just a short walk across the River Tay from the ancient cathedral town of Dunkeld. Birnam & Dunkeld are considered Scotland's most preserved historic towns both playing a hugely important part in Scotland's long and turbulent history. Continuing in tradition, in August 2016 Birnam will host the 152nd Annual Highland Games Birnam and Dunkeld boast an array of sports; whether it's canoeing & whitewater rafting down the Tay or visiting the Murthly & Strathbraan Estates for something a little more traditional, such as trout & salmon fishing or shooting. The estates also have beautifully kept gardens and have excellent leisure amenities for those that are a little less adrenaline fuelled. Perthshire is famous for its huge woodland areas, which are perfectly suited to cyclists and walkers alike and are said to have inspired Beatrix Potter to create the character of Peter Rabbit on one of her many rambles. Birnam Arts Centre has created their own Beatrix Potter Garden to inspire a further generation in this picturesque setting. Those looking for another perfect photo opportunity, however, should head to The Hermitage, which contains Ossian's Hall of Mirrors and overlooks the magnificent Black Linn Falls.
- Heil eign – leigueining
The Lodge is the two storey annexe of Heath Park which was one of the holiday homes of Beatrix Potter. It is within easy walking distance of the rail station and intercity bus stop. A car parking space is also adjacent to the house. The Lodge has been recently refurbished with a new ensuite bathroom and kitchen and new furniture. It is accessed through the main gates of Heath Park which lead to a stone gateway and small hard landscaped area.