Highland country holiday house near Dunkeld sleeping 23 with a billiards room for family celebrations and holidays
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Dungarthill House, Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland, sleeps 11 - 23 in 11 bedrooms.
Set in 28 acres of gorgeous grounds, mature woodland and landscaped gardens, this impressive private Victorian country holiday house is on the edge of the Highlands. It is easily accessible from all parts of Scotland making it a top choice for friends and multi generation family gatherings or celebrations. Dungarthill House sleeps 23, providing luxury living in a grand house boasting stunning original features but combining traditional decor with modern facilities and comfort.
The private driveway leads to the entrance and a fantastic wood panelled hallway. The choice of living rooms makes Dungarthill ideal for mixed age groups and includes a large sitting room, TV room to stream favourite programmes and a games room with a full size billiards table. The formal dining room has an oval table for long dinners and lots of great conversation while the open fire roars and crackles. In fact, there are open fires in all of the living spaces. The kitchen is well set up for self catering although it is possible to hire in a private chef to cook for a special occasion. There is a smaller less formal dining room for breakfast and late night snacks.
There are 11 bedrooms at Dungarthill, a combination of superkings, kings, doubles, a triple and twins. There is a particularly romantic 4 poster and adjoining twin room that is perfect for a family with younger children. 4 en suites provide beautiful roll top baths and shower rooms and there are also shared bathrooms.
28 acres of grounds provides plenty of opportunities for walks from the door through magical woodland and parkland. Further afield is Loch of Lowes Visitor Centre and Reserve offering a circular walk and indigenous wildlife. The Hermitage in the Tay Forest Park is a stunning hike too. Dunkeld and Birnam, 2 pretty villages either side of the Tay, are definitely worth a look for their independent shops and restaurants. Visit the Beatrix Potter Garden in Birnam and the cathedral in Dunkeld. Shooting, hunting, fishing and golf can also be arranged.