Our House

Dunfallandy House is a place for people to come and relax in the Perthshire countryside. Guests can enjoy private access to our house gardens or sit and enjoy a drink by the open fire in our bar lounge. Our house bar is stocked with one of the largest whisky collections in the Pitlochry area, offering the chance to try rare and limited-edition drams, there is also a separate poker snug for anyone wanting to play games. Breakfast is served in the main dining room, and in the evenings pizzas and platters are available in the bar area, as well as homemade Scottish desserts.

For those who wish, we have the Fergusson Lounge, a room hosting a grand piano, comfortable seating and a projector screen. Guests can sit and read during the day from our house book selection or watch a movie in the evening. Pitlochry town is a 2 minute drive from the house, or a 20 minute walk along the beautiful river Tummel.

Welcome to Dunfallandy House
Welcome to Dunfallandy House

Public Areas

Our public rooms are all on the ground floor and the bedrooms are located on the first and second floors.

On the ground floor, The Drawing Room is located off the Grand Hall and is a large, front-facing room with sofas and arm-chairs. For the grown-ups, it is a quiet room to relax and contemplate. For the children, it is a safe place to play games and watch DVDs. There is a selection of books in the bookcase and there is a flat-screen TV for the days where the weather is a little damp. For those of a musical disposition, you are welcome to play on our grand piano.

The Dining Room is on the other side of the Grand Hall and is laid out to seat 20.


The garden to the front and rear of the house are laid primarily to lawn. At the front beyond the car park, the lawn slopes down to the trees. There is ample space here to take a walk and look for the Secret Garden.

At the rear of the house, the PATIO has picnic benches and tables. You have space to set up a barbecue, gazebo or sun-lounger and relax in the sun. Beyond the patio is there is additional lawn space where the youngsters can kick a football, play badminton or simply run around. At the far end of the garden the fields usually have livestock in them so you can get up close and personal with sheep or cattle depending on the time of year.

Welcome to Dunfallandy House

Get In Touch

We warmly welcome all guests to Dunfallandy House. Feel free to contact us by telephone or email