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Culdee Cottage

Culdee Cottage

Cosy by the fire

Cosy by the fire

Dining

Dining

Master bedroom

Master bedroom

Downstairs wet room

Downstairs wet room

Afternoon tea in the garden

Afternoon tea in the garden

Look through the garden to the Knock

Look through the garden to the Knock

Garden pond with surrounding woodland

Garden pond with surrounding woodland

A game of chess

A game of chess

Enjoy a game of golf

Enjoy a game of golf

Cycling takes you further

Cycling takes you further

Holiday in the hills

Holiday in the hills

Sitting room with log burner

Sitting room with log burner

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom

En suite bathroom

En suite bathroom

Contentment

Contentment

Garden view

Garden view

Red squirrels visit our garden

Red squirrels visit our garden

Lots of beautiful walks to explore

Lots of beautiful walks to explore

River Isla - runs alongside our garden

River Isla - runs alongside our garden

Culdee Cottage

Culdee Cottage

Cosy by the fire

Cosy by the fire

Dining

Dining

Master bedroom

Master bedroom

Downstairs wet room

Downstairs wet room

Afternoon tea in the garden

Afternoon tea in the garden

Look through the garden to the Knock

Look through the garden to the Knock

Garden pond with surrounding woodland

Garden pond with surrounding woodland

A game of chess

A game of chess

Enjoy a game of golf

Enjoy a game of golf

Cycling takes you further

Cycling takes you further

Holiday in the hills

Holiday in the hills

Sitting room with log burner

Sitting room with log burner

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom

En suite bathroom

En suite bathroom

Contentment

Contentment

Garden view

Garden view

Red squirrels visit our garden

Red squirrels visit our garden

Lots of beautiful walks to explore

Lots of beautiful walks to explore

River Isla - runs alongside our garden

River Isla - runs alongside our garden

Culdee Cottage

Scotland, PH11 8HU

Luxury cottage in glorious Perthshire countryside

  • Golf courses and fishing nearby
  • Great location for walkers and cyclists
  • Lockable bicycle storage
  • Beautiful garden with barbecue area
  • Suitable for residents with restricted mobility
  • Central heating and log fire
    • Sleeps 4Sleeps 4
    • Bedrooms 2Bedrooms 2
    • Bathrooms 2Bathrooms 2
    • Ground Floor FacilitiesGround Floor Facilities
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 4Dines 4
    • WiFiWiFi
    • ParkingParking
    • Open fire / Log burnerOpen fire / Log burner
    • Owners/Manager onsiteOwners/Manager onsite
    • Visit Scotland 4 star graded
    • M1 Limited mobility: can climb a flight of stairs, but banisters or grip handles would make this easier

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Features

Sleeps 4

Sleeps 4

Bedrooms 2

Bedrooms 2

Dines 4

Dines 4

Ground Floor Facilities

Ground Floor Facilities

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Matched bathrooms

Matched bathrooms

Dog Free Site

Dog Free Site

WiFi

WiFi

Parking

Parking

Open fire / Log burner

Open fire / Log burner

Barbecue

Barbecue

Bike storage

Bike storage

Owners/Manager onsite

Owners/Manager onsite

Fine dining (within 10 miles)

Fine dining (within 10 miles)

National Trail (within 1 mile)

National Trail (within 1 mile)

About & Contact

Luxury cottage in glorious Perthshire countryside

Stunningly located in the land of the mountains and the glens, Culdee Cottage is a cosy luxury holiday cottage complete with tranquil views. This idyllic retreat provides a fantastic place to catch the colourful Scottish sunset.

The cottage has a spacious open plan sitting/dining room and a well-equipped kitchen. Unwind in front of the log fire with something from the small library of books, have fun with the board games, or make use of the DVD player. Also on the ground floor is a twin room with a wet room, complete with shower seat and grab rails. There is one small step into the cottage (13 cm/5 inches). Upstairs the bedroom has a king-size bed and luxury bathroom with bath and shower. All towels and non-allergenic bedding (duvets) provided. Both bedrooms have beautiful views of the countryside. A cot can be provided for one infant.

Culdee Cottage is attached to the owners’ house, Pilgrim Lodge. Both buildings were once part of the farm steading belonging to Broomhall, a farm dating back to around 1747.The farmhouse disappeared some time ago, and some of the farm buildings were burned down about twenty years ago. What remained was converted by the previous owners into a wonderful home, complete with the old ‘horse engine mill’, a large circular barn in which Dobbin would have spent all day walking round and round to turn the machinery to grind the corn.

Culdee Cottage lies at the foot of Glen Isla. From here you can walk in the Angus Glens, ski at Glenshee (40 minutes), catch trout and salmon in the lochs and rivers, explore by bicycle or horse, or go bird-watching at Lintrathen or Kinnordy nature reserves. You might catch sight of hares leaping in the fields, or deer roaming in the hills. And there are golf courses less than 20 minutes away at Alyth, Glenisla and Strathmore, with several other courses within easy reach. You will be refreshed by the pure air and invigorated by the exercise.

From the doorstep it is an easy two mile walk to the spectacular Reekie Lynn Waterfalls, while a more challenging walk would be to try part of the 64 mile (103 kilometres) circular Cateran Trail, which runs close to the Cottage. Full of breathtaking landscapes, this route is named after the marauding cattle thieves who roamed the area in the 15th and 16th centuries. Visit James Barrie’s birthplace in Kirriemuir, the ‘little red town’ 10 miles away, with its statue of Peter Pan in the centre and its warren of little wynds or lanes. Stop by the historic buildings of Glamis, once home to the late Queen Mother, and Scone Palace, the site of the coronations of the kings of Scotland. Meigle has some of the most important Pictish stones carved by the primitive Scots, and Pictavia, the award-winning visitor centre in Brechin, will provide you with the fascinating history of Scotland’s Pictish tribes. Activity filled or relaxing, one week is not long enough to experience all that this part of Scotland has to offer.

The large garden, shared with the owners, has plenty of seating to relax and enjoy the wild life – red squirrels are frequent visitors. Providing a background of water music, the River Isla runs to the north of the garden and the Kilry Burn to the south. After a bracing bike ride, store your bicycles in the lockable shed and continue the outdoor theme with an al fresco barbecue. Alternatively, Alyth, 5 miles away has good restaurants, as do some of the Golf Club

Sorry: no smoking, no children under the age of 10 (except infants), no pets.

Location & Attractions

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  • Castle Castle
  • Golf Golf
  • Visitors Attraction Visitors Attraction
  • Walks Walks

Culdee Cottage

Kilry
Blairgowrie
Perthshire
Scotland
PH11 8HU

Castle Scone Palace

Built of red sandstone, Scone Palace was the place for the crowning of Scottish kings. Visit the State rooms and explore the Palace grounds, including the David Douglas Pinetum.

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Castle Glamis Castle

Glamis Castle has been the royal residence of the Lyon family since 1372, and was home to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in her childhood. Full of history and myths.

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Golf Alyth Golf Club

An 18-hole course over heathland. the original 9 hole course was designed by Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews. Open to visitors, with a Pro shop and bar providing light meals.

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Golf Strathmore Golf Centre

An 18 hole par 72 course, a 9 hole short course and a driving range just 5 miles from us. Visitors welcome. Popular with golfers of all abilities. Excellent restaurant.

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Visitors Attraction Lintrathen Loch Fishery

485 acres of tranquil setting for boat fishing only, with a wheelie boat for disabled anglers. Stocked rainbow trout and natural brownies. Natural habitat for wildlife. Wee Bear Cafe nearby.

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Visitors Attraction Glenshee Ski Centre

Diverse natural terrain for all standards of skier and snowboarder, with 26 lifts and 36 runs. Fantastic scenery. Travel via the A93, the highest A road in the UK.

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Walks Reekie Linn

Short walk along a woodland path to the most impressive waterfall in the region. Deep gorge with awesome sight of the power of the water.

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Walks Corrie Fee, Glen Clova

One of the six Angus glens all worth a visit, Glen Clova is a valley with superb views, gentle walks and challenging climbs. Corrie Fee is dramatic, with a waterfall.

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Walks Cateran Trail

A fully way-marked circular walk of 64 miles/103 kilometres, accessible 10 minutes from us. Runs through spectacular scenery. Free Android phone app can be downloaded for your smart phone from Google Playstore.

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Reviews for Culdee Cottage

Meet the owner

Jane Jackson

Many years ago my husband and I enjoyed a camping holiday in Scotland, never dreaming that after spending most of our working life in the south-east of England, we would return to live here. Much as my cosy red coat and rainbow scarf are welcome in the winter, they are definitely not needed in Scottish summers, which are warm and sunny, with deliciously long daylight lasting practically all night.

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