Short Breaks in Perthshire
Perthshire is centrally located in the heart of Scotland. It has a fascinating heritage and there are many sites of historical interest such as Glamis Castle, where the Queen Mother of Queen Elizabeth II grew up; the Black Watch Museum, which catalogues the history of the famous Black Watch Scottish regiment; the dramatic and rugged sixteenth century Castle Menzies and the magnificent Blair Castle at the foot of the Grampian Mountains. Perthshire offers 40 golf courses to choose from, among them Gleneagles and Rosemount.
For walkers, there are numerous trail routes through memorable landscapes, including the Rob Roy Way, the Cateran Trail and for the more energetic, routes exploring the mountainous terrain that forms the southern part of the Highlands. Skiing, snowboarding and climbing are available at Gleenshee while many adventurous activity specialists offer a wide range of water sports such as white water rafting, canoeing and kayaking as well as land based activities including abseiling and quad biking.
Finnish log cabin on the banks of Loch Tay.
- stunning views
- outdoor hot tub
- under floor heating
- wet room showers
Glen Prosen is a well designed courtyard cottage
- Large double/twin bedroom
- Fully integrated kitchen appliances
- Split level lounge
Cosy cottage with lovely views.
- wood burning stove
- four poster bed
- excellent local wildlife
Glen Doll is a beautifully converted, detached, cart shed with a south facing private decked area
- Well designed galley-kitchen
- Comfortable double pull down bed
- French doors leading onto the south facing terrace
- Stylish walk in shower
Courtyard cottage overlooking the Vale of Strathmore
- sun lounge
- off-road parking
- decked terrage
Bealach Log Cabin
Cosy log cabin in a magical location.
- spa jet bath
- panoramic views
- wood burner
Converted cart shed with country views
- private decked area
- communal courtyard with water feature
- internet access
- off-road parking