Inch Cottage

Standing in over one acre of ground and enjoying views of the Perthshire hills, this delightful cottage has a paved stone patio with a BBQ and a well stocked garden opening out onto extensive woodland walks.

Its location makes Inch Cottage an ideal base for touring and is within easy reach of Dunkeld, Perth, Blair Atholl. Pitlochry and Inverness.

The area provides excellent opportunities for walking, golf, fishing, climbing, bird watching (The Ospreys at the Loch of Lowes) and all other outdoor activities. Bikes are also available.

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Current bookings can be seen in the calendar below.

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If you’d like to come and stay, complete the form below or send an email to with the following details:

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Alternatively, call us on +44 (0)131 225 5235 / +44 (0)7711 379280 or visit the VisitScotland website.

Bookings are Saturday – Saturday
£520/wk (Jan – Jun, Sep – Dec)
£540/wk (Jul – Aug)


Inch Cottage is an attractive mixture of old and new. It is comfortably furnished and well equipped.


Large Kitchen with open fire
Dining Room with wood burning stove
Lounge with open fire
Bathroom with separate shower


One Double bedroom
Two Twin bedrooms (interconnecting)


Night-storage heating
Automatic washing machine
Fridge freezer
Microwave oven
All electric cooker
CD player
DVD and video
Bed linen provided
No smoking
Pets welcome
Cot / high chair available
4 bikes


Gardens & surroundings are typical of this charming country cottage standing in over one acre of mature garden, set in the heart of Perthshire, surrounded by hills and woodland.


Things to see and do

On your doorstep

Extensive hill walks as well as low level and riverside walks including The Hermitage and Perthshire Big Trees

Biking (four bikes on site)

Fishing – River Tay and local lochs

Rock climbing – Craig-a-Barns

Good selection of local shops, pubs / restaurants and cafes

Birnam Art Centre

Dunkeld Cathedral