2 bedroom, 2 bathroom private woodlands & secluded beach on banks of Earn river
About Dupplin Estate
My husband and I live on and run Dupplin Estate which has been in the Dewar family for over a century
Why Dupplin Estate chose Perth
Derelict for years, in a beautiful location and used only to house my father in laws fishing rods this cottage was crying out for a renovation
What makes this Cottage unique
Birdwatchers paradise Close to the river Earn, beautiful quiet woodland walks and private riverside picnics all just by walking out of your front door Rural , yet only 5 minutes drive into Perth Glass suntrap porch to feel you are outdoors even when the weather closes in.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Not suitable for unsupervised children; river Not suitable for unsupervised children; river
Max guests: 4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
Couldn’t fault anything with the property. A little gem, that was relaxing, charming and spotless! Close to all amenities, but in the country..... what more could you ask for?!
Beautiful, tranquil cottage
Fabulous, relaxing short break at this beautiful cottage. We will definitely be returning.
Fantastic 'away from it all' cottage. This cottage is hidden away in rural surroundings but a 5 minute drive from Perth City centre, making it a great base to explore Perthshire. It is beautifully decorated with extremely tasteful furnishings and fittings of a very high standard. It also has its very own private beach (pebble) on the river Earn. Highly recommend this cottage and will definitely be back.
Thanks for your review and your lovely feedback about the interior furnishing of Earn River. My kids loved that 'beach' growing up and it hosted many a skimming stone contest with those nice flat pebbles. Its a lovely place to get away from it all and I'm glad you enjoyed your stay.
We look forward to seeing you again.
Every Comfort catered for.
This property is ideally located. Between Perth and Auchterarder (Gleneagles golf Club). It is less than hour from Edinburgh and 40 min to Sterling. Plenty of golf clubs in the area. The house was exceptional with everything catered for. I would definitely recommend it as a base for a weeks holiday.
The cottage was delightfully situated in a quiet valley near the river Earn.
The property was very spacious and exceptionally well furnished. We could not have asked for more.
Perthshire's largest city, Perth, on the River Tay is located less than 10 minutes drive from The Earn River Cottage. Perth has a fantastic selection of independent businesses offering a wide range of unique, quirky and high quality products you wont find anywhere else. The independents compliment your High Street favourites making Perth the perfect shopping destination. Here you will find a concert hall, cinema, art galleries, swimming pool and museums.
Castle Law - Walk up to the remains of Castle Law, an impressive hill fort. Identified as a contour fort of the Iron Age and an impressive Pict'ish Fort. This walk is not for the faint hearted but it delivers the most spectacular views of Perthshire from the top.
Scone Palace - The crowning place of Scottish kings and original home of the "Stone of Destiny", Scone Palace & Gardens are approximately 17 minutes from The Cottage. Stirling Castle, Drummond Castle gardens, Glamis and Elcho Castle are all within easy reach.
The Dupplin Cross - The Estate was the original home of the Dupplin Cross, which is now on display in St Serf's Church in Dunning. The cross was carved in about 800 and dedicated to one of the last Kings of Pictland. It was originally located in a field a few 100 meters to your left as you drive up to the estate office. It was relocated in the late 1990's in an effort to conserve it.
Forteviot Village - for those interested in a bit of history the estate is home to Forteviot Village, an A listed historic model village designed by the architect James Millar in 1923 following the flooding of the river May. It is one of the most famous early medieval sites in Scotland. It records the death of Kenneth Mac Alpin, a 9th century king of Scotland, making it the earliest identified royal centre in Scotland.
Greenhill Nursery - Opened in Spring 2013 on Dupplin Estate, Natalie Kirkby has taken her passion for plants and created a haven for Scottish gardeners. Good for specimen plants.