Welcome to Dunfallandy House-Now available for Self Catering Groups
The Vale of Atholl Highland Pipe Band at Dunfallandy House
Dunfallandy House is now preferred accommodation for the Land Rover Experience Scotland, and Highland OffRoad >>>>more
If you like the idea of lots of space to relax in, in glorious Highland Perthshire countryside, Dunfallandy House is for you. Close to Pitlochry and even closer to the theatre we are surrounded by everything Highland Perthshire has to offer. In a former life Dunfallandy House was a hotel, and those of you that remember wonderful, restful, stays within its walls can now rent the wholehouse and enjoy the facilities. Dunfallandy offers affordable charm and comfort and is a perfect place to celebrate that special occasion or just to have a relaxing short break or holiday in Pitlochry Perthshire, the adventure and activity playground of Scotland. VIEW OUR IMAGE GALLERY.
Set in three acres and ideally situated in a delightful country woodland location, yet close to Pitlochry town centre. All the beauty of Highland Perthshire is within easy reach- Blair Castle (of Blair Horse Trials fame) historic Killiecrankie and the Queens View. Stunning walking and fishing, and every outdoor activity and adventure pursuit imaginable, from white water rafting and canyoning, to clays and quad biking – and sensational 4 x 4 driving and highland safaris.
Dunfallandy House is the ancestral home of the Fergussons of Dunfallandy.The main house was built around 1818 for Lieutenant- General Archibald Fergusson, Dunfallandy is a fine example of a Georgian house with spacious public rooms and eight ensuites bedrooms, and can offer the private house experience without the impersonality of a vast amount of staff
celebrate a birthday, anniversary, family reunion, Christmas/New Year or indeed any special occasion or corporate event
Dunfallandy House was the former seat of the Chief of Clan Fergusson. Visit the famous Dunfallandy Stone
Pitlochry Theatre presents the 2016 Winter Words Festival
Taking place over two weekends, the 2016 Winter Words programme contains a diverse and delicious line-up of great minds and great writers – it’s the perfect way to linger in the last days of Winter (and celebrate the first signs of Spring) amidst the spectacular wintry landscape of Highland Perthshire!
Now in its twelfth year, Winter Words remains the place “where Scotland’s Literary year gets into gear” (The Scotsman). So book your tickets today!