Welcome to Easter Dunfallandy Country House
Easter Dunfallandy Country House is located only a short distance from the pretty Victorian town of Pitlochry, in an area celebrated for the diversity of its natural and cultural heritage. The town is renowned not only for its Festival Theatre, Hydro Dam and the Salmon Ladder, but also for its many woollen/cashmere and gift shops. In addition to all this, Pitlochry offers a challenging 18 hole golf course in a picturesque setting, two distilleries (with visitor centres) offering guided tours, some of the best game fishing, and of course many historic castles.
In the surrounding area rivers, lochs, mountains and forests come together to form some of the most spectacular scenery to be found in Scotland - home to an abundance of flora and fauna. On your break in Perthshire, take a wildlife tour and catch a glimpse of red squirrels, deer or eagles, try a spot of white water rafting or just enjoy a walk round one of the many beautiful gardens open to the public. Easter Dunfallandy also lies within easy reach of all Scotland's ski resorts.
Near Easter Dunfallandy, sits the Dunfallandy Stone with its mysterious, intricately carved 9th century symbols. Explore a little further afield, and you will find the town of Aberfeldy, with its bookshop in a converted watermill; the conservation village of Kenmore at the head of Loch Tay; Blair Atholl and its famous castle and, of course, the House of Bruar - the Harrods of the North!
Whatever your interests, Highland Perthshire offers something for everyone, and Easter Dunfallandy is the perfect base for your Scottish holiday break.