Best rates guaranteed on line for our Pitlochry Self Catering Country House


Prices for a full week's self catering are from £1900 To £2300. Prior to booking, an up to date indication of our best available rates is displayed on the tariff below.  It is only right that you should have a firm idea of our best available rates before you check availability and enter the booking process.Once a Booking is confirmed an 50% deposit is due, with the balance paid 5 weeks prior to arrival, together with a Good Housekeeping fee of £300 which is returnable

From time to time, we have special offers and deals, exclusive to the website – please check our special offers section regularly. We offer short breaks all year round, 2 days/3 days/ 4 days etc. Mid week and weekends.

Payments by cheque and BACS

Check in is from 4.00pm. Guests should check out by 11.00am

 Our current tariffs for 2016 - prices are per week self catering.


Rate seasons >

Low Season

Jan-March, November, December*


High Season April May June 

Peak Season

July August September October





Per Week




Two Day Short Break




Three Day Short Break






  • * Excludes Christmas and New Year for which we are fully booked



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Exclusive use lets available

celebrate a birthday, anniversary, family reunion, Christmas/New Year or indeed any special occasion or corporate event

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Learn about Clan Fergusson and the Dunfallandy Stone

Dunfallandy House was the former seat of the Chief of Clan Fergusson. Visit the famous Dunfallandy Stone

Visit the Embrace Scotland website

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Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017 summer season

Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017 summer season

The 2017 Summer Season runs from the 26th May through to the 14th October and promises to be the most unique yet, with another six spectacular plays on offer.

High Society by Arthur Kopit
Mary Rose by J.M Barrie
People by Alan Bennet
Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckbourn
The Ruling Class by Peter Barnes
Europe by David Greig