This newly refurbished ‘C’ listed town house apartment occupies the whole of the ground floor and is the ultimate comforting and cosy property, offering serene decor and spacious rooms. Located in the heart of Birnam, in the middle of ‘Big Tree Country’ where there is an abundance to see and do in the area. Couples and families will be spoiled for choice on places to eat, walk, cycle, fish and more.
“Coorie-in” to supreme comfort with a Super King size bed (6ft wide by 6ft 6inches long). This can be presented as 2 single beds upon request, at time of booking. The sofa bed is situated in the living room. Dishwasher and washing machine available in the kitchen.
Cosy reading nooks and a beautiful garden are here for you to unwind after a day of adventure in the Perthshire hills. Look no further for the perfect Scottish getaway full of ‘wild and wonderful days’. Private entrance door to the rear of the property.
Licence No: PK11176F
Nestled amidst the picturesque landscape of Perthshire, the quaint towns of Birnam and Dunkeld are a harmonious blend of historical charm and natural beauty. Located on the banks of the River Tay, these twin towns boast a rich heritage dating back centuries. Birnam is famous for its association with Shakespeare’s tragedy, Macbeth, as it is believed to be the location of the Birnam Wood mentioned in the play.
Meanwhile, Dunkeld’s historical significance is evident through its ancient cathedral, a magnificent symbol of medieval architecture. The idyllic setting captivates visitors with its lush forests, rolling hills, and enchanting riverside walks, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts. Theres a good mix of cycling and running routes: trail, road and downhill.
The local community takes great pride in preserving their heritage, evident in the well-preserved architecture, independent shops and traditional festivals that showcase the region’s cultural legacy. Whether strolling through the ancient woodlands or admiring the vistas, Birnam and Dunkeld offer an unforgettable and immersive experience of Scotland’s enduring past and breathtaking landscapes.
Right across from the apartment you can find Birnam Arts, the perfect spot for a delicious brunch, theatre production or arts exhibition. Take a wander round Beatrix Potter’s museum and garden before walking down to the river to admire the view across the silvery Tay of one of the writer’s holiday homes.Enjoy browsing the extensive shelves of the Birnam Reader bookshop whilst relaxing with an afternoon coffee and brownie then pop a few doors down to the Birnam Studio and Gallery to pick up a framed print or painting.
Nearby is Erigmore park with a fantastic heated swimming pool. The Birnam village store and Post Office shop have excellent supplies of all basics plus locally grown vegetables, fruit and eggs, Dunkeld has a local butcher, several bakeries and delis with wide selection of products and a large range of supermarkets are available in Perth, some 12 miles away. The fresh fish van from the East Neuk of Fife visits on a Tuesday and Thursday and stops just outside Birnam Arts.