Bed and Breakfasts & Hotels

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Perthshire and East Central Scotland

Beinn Bhracaigh
Beinn Bhracaigh

Above Pitlochry, every one of ten stylish bedrooms has great views over the town, the River Tummel valley and hills beyond. Grass garden and terrace. Off road parking. Superbly delicious breakfasts.

Bradyston Farmhouse
Bradyston Farmhouse.

Quiet, rural, cosy and homely traditional Victorian farmhouse on the edge of Murthly village, 4 miles south of Dunkeld. Walks, cycling and a good central base for visiting Scotland.

Craigroyston
Craigroyston House

Pitlochry. Fine Victorian villa in a great position above Pitlochry looking across the Tummel Valey with conveniently direct access through the terraced garden to Pitlochry's main street.

Essendy House
Essendy House

Near Blairgowrie, informal welcoming small country house bed and breakfast. The house dates from 1715 and is secluded in gardens and rolling Perthshire countryside.

Newtonmill House
Newtonmill House

Between Dundee and Aberdeen, Carnoustie 30 mins, St Andrews 35 mins. Georgian House in Angus countryside dating from 1760, garden with fruit, flowers and vegetables. Between the rivers South Esk and North Esk. Bed and breakfast and optional dinner fresh from the garden.

Old Stables
Old Stables

Alyth. Comfortable bed and breakfast in Alyth in the southern foothills of the Grampian mountains. Market Square, a 16th century stone bridge and the clear running Alyth Burn. 7 miles from Glamis Castle.

Riverwood Strathtay
Riverwood Strathtay

Between Pitlochry and Aberfeldy in 4 acres of woodland garden and lawns going down to the river Tay. 3 en suite bedrooms plus 2 suites all with superking-sized beds. Good food, warm welcome, tranquility, comfort and red squirrels!

Each of these accommodations is privately owned, and the contact numbers, email addresses, etc, for enquiries and booking are on each page.

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