Twelve years of welcoming guests here. Happily, many have enthused about their holidays here - and some have drawn lovely pictures to illustrate our Visitors' Book - just click on the pictures to see for yourself:
What a wonderful place of peace. The amazing raspberry mousse a la Great British Bake Off (celebrating neighbour 19 year old Flora Shedden's participation) appeared on our doorstep. Wow!
The Moores, Western Australia.
Fantastic ten days. Great mountain biking, trail running and dog walking.
Andrew and Katherine, Northumberland.
It was our 15th wedding anniversary, amazed to get a knock at the door and presented with delicious home made cake!
Up here for the Perthshire Amber week - met up with musical friends - did you know that the North Mill has great acoustics?
June and Trevor, West Yorkshire
We were married at Huntingtower, near Perth, and spent a glorious week here as a 'mini-moon' ( small honeymoon!).
Sharon and Andi
'Thank you for a wonderful warm welcome to a wonderful wee warm cottage!'
'Tasteful, imaginative and comfortable accommodation in a beautiful setting with a kind, helpful and knowledgeable owner on the doorstep - what more could one want for an excellent holiday.'
'We had a grand stay. Great walks, superb views, wonderful cottage, lovely, Ann!'
Dunkeld Holidays offer 4 star self-catering holiday accommodation for two people in Perthshire, the very heart of Scotland, one situated in the town of Dunkeld and two in the nearby hamlet of Trochry.
No.6b Cathedral Street provides elegant ground floor self-catering accommodation for two people.
North Mill Cottage and South Mill Cottage both provide comfortable self-catering accommodation for two people, babies and dogs are also welcome here.
Included free in the price is bedding and towels, everyday basic household goods, heating, electricty, logs for the woodburners at the Mill cottages and free Wifi. Just bring yourselves and groceries!
The historic town of Dunkeld lies 12 miles north of Perth, easily accessed from the A9. Dunkeld is known as the Gateway to the Highlands and is a much loved old Cathedral burgh, dating back 12 centuries. Dunkeld is surrounded by stunning countryside and woodlands with walks aplenty and the mighty River Tay running through the heart of the town adds to the atmosphere. The town is renowned for having a lively music and arts scene, a wide selection of restaurants and bars, and an array of unique shops and visitor attractions.