Situated in a peaceful, rural location between the pretty village of Dunkeld and the market town of Blairgowrie. Inchtuthill Coach House lies amidst beautiful Perthshire countryside within walking distance of the River Tay.
The property is detached and has been converted forming a spacious open plan living area with a fully equipped kitchen and log burning stove. Double glass doors lead out onto a wooden balcony, a great sun trap with spectacular views towards Birnam Hill (west facing). The property has two bedrooms (twin and double), a bathroom (bath with shower) and a spacious hallway. Facilities include a dishwasher, satellite tv, DVD player plenty of DVDs), Wifi, CD player, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. The coach house is fully heated providing cosy accommodation in the winter months.
There is a private fenced garden with picnic table (furniture also provided on the balcony).
A peaceful retreat in rural Perthshire with gorgeous views, the perfect place to unwind and enjoy rural Perthshire...
Please note during peak season (April - October inclusive) the changeover day is Friday.
Inchtuthill Coach House lies a mile and half down a farm road, close to the village of Spittalfield. Dunkeld lies to the west just 15 mins by car and Blairgowrie to the east, again just 15 mins by car. There are plenty of places to visit whether it be a country house such as Glamis Castle, Scone Palace or Blair Castle, perhaps you prefer something more adventurous, you can try white water rafting, quad biking or perhaps a spot of golf! If walking is more your cup of tea then there are endless walks in Perthshire from a gentle stroll at the Hermitage in Dunkeld, to bagging Munros (a munro is a hill/mountain over 3000ft). There are plenty of gentle walks from the cottage including a lovely riverside walk which is part of the core path network. You can also walk from the property into the village where there is a coffee shop serving delicious cakes and lunch!
The Coach House is the perfect retreat after a day exploring this wonderful part of Scotland, there is a log burning stove for the cooler evenings or if weather permits a glass of wine on the balcony watching the sun set over the Tay Valley.
If you enjoy wildlife then this is the place for you - daily we see deer (Roe and Fallow), buzzards, hare, rabbit, partridge, pheasant, swans, geese, hedgehogs and plenty more. Loch of the lowes is a 10 minute drive away and from April until October you can see osprey and red squirrels all year round.
Nearby Dunkeld is famous for its beautiful cathedral, well worth a visit. There are plenty of coffee shops, a great deli which also serves tapas in the evenings and a fantastic bakery (Aran Bakery) selling great coffee, sandwiches, cakes galore and wonderful homemade bread! There is plenty more including craft and interior shops, a butcher and chemist. If you have children then you can take them to 'Going Potty' where they can paint their own piece of pottery to take home.
The famous music pub the Taybank is worth a visit with live music sessions during the week.
For further information please visit our facebook page (Inchtuthill Coach House). It is kept updated with news, local events and local pictures.
We also have our own website http://www.inchtuthill.co.uk