A historic country house in a historic Perthshire location

A magnificent listed mansion house built in 1818, Dunfallandy House has a great location just outside Pitlochry – close enough to walk to Pitlochry theatre, restaurants and pubs but in a rural location. The house sits surrounded by trees, lawns and fields not far from the main road north the A9 -ideal for exploring Perthshire and the north.

Travel directions to Dunfallandy House

Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire travel tips, and latest weather


Pitlochry is the centre of tourism in Highland Perthshire. The town at its most picturesque in the summer and autumn, with its stone Victorian buildings which have a particular Perthshire style to them and the fantastic floral display put on by Pitlochry In Bloom. You will find two distilleries, including Edradour – Pitlochry Theatre - and a host other attractions to choose from.

Highland Perthshire is undoubtedly one of the very best, most scenically stunning and versatile destinations in Scotland, and indeed the UK – and for memorable short breaks, holidays, vacations, and special occasions and celebrations in Scotland it has few equals. Explore its delightful highland towns and villages, including Dunkeld, Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Kinloch Rannoch, Tummel Bridge, Fortingall, and Kenmore.


Our Pitlochry accommodation is ideal for:-

Relaxing leisure breaks in Perthshire

Touring and sigthtseeing breaks in Perthshire, and the Scottish highlands

Family leisure breaks in Pertthshire – we are a family friendly guest house

Activity and adventure breaks in Perthshire

Shooting and fishing breaks in Perthshire, with world class salmon fishing on the River Tay

Exclusive use, for corporate events, fishing and shooting parties, and for special occasions and celebrations, including Christmas and New Year

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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