B&B in Blairgowrie, Dunkeld, Glen Shee

The Birnam Guest House, Birnam, near Dunkeld
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Birnam Guest House    Birnam, near Dunkeld

A warm Scottish welcome awaits you in the heart of beautiful Perthshire with fabulous walking and wildlife. The Birnam Guest House has been operating for over 12 years offering 5 bedrooms all ensuite, 2 family rooms, 2 doubles and a twin, with warm cosy surroundings operated by Adrian Davis and his team. We pride ourself on local knowledge, with specialist knowledge of all the best walks and wildlife viewing spots. We also provide good healthy breakfast options. We are located in the centre of Birnam.

Aikenhead House, near Blairgowrie
Pets by arrangement

Aikenhead House    near Blairgowrie

The Attic @ Aikenhead House is a new B&B in rural Perthshire that is ideal for relaxing, offering superking bed, woodburning stove, private shower room and all produce sourced locally and organically as possible. We have secure storage, drying and wash facilities for all outdoor gear. Evening meals for all dietary requirements can also be provided. We can help with walking routes, provide walk leaders and organise kayaking, wild water swimming, wildlife photography, mountain biking and other experiences to explore the area.

Tigh Na Leigh Guest House, Alyth
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Tigh Na Leigh Guest House    Alyth

Relax by the log fire in the main lounge, or grab a book, a CD or a DVD and retreat to your room for a while. Soak away aches and pains of an active day in your en suite spa bath. Enjoy locally sourced or home grown produce, either at breakfast time or in the evening. We offer vegetarian options to the 'Full Scottish' cooked breakfast, as well as fish and vegetarian choices on our evening menu. We are ideally situated for walking the Cateran Trail as well as the Angus Glens.

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