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Bed & Breakfast Guesthouses
Cottages and Self Catering
Of Murthly Cottages
is a 5 star luxury exclusive-use castle and estate at the heart of Highland
Pitcastle house itself, nestled at the bottom of the estate and above
the river, is a delightful and substantial Victorian mansion house, the
turrets and crowsteps typical of Scots Baronial style.
Pitcastle House Accommodation
Our 9 bedrooms, individually decorated and the ensuite room offer the
most sumptuous setting in which to rest.
All rooms have a telephone and of course, a complementary WiFi internet
access is available throughout the house.
The views to which you will awake in the morning are second to none and
as you retire at the end of your day there can be no better setting in
which to slumber.
Our holiday cottage is very comfortable and can sleep up to 6 people on
a self-contained basis or as part of a main house let.
Every bedroom has en-suite facilities which are cleaned morning and evening.
All bedrooms are furnished with paintings, lamps, books and antique furniture
to ensure they are pleasant and relaxing.
Each bathroom has heated towel rails so our generous sized towels are
always ready for you, and with our compliments there are a selection of
luxury toiletries and white towelling robes.
Named after the magnificent Sea Eagle, Osprey is a bedroom in the grandest
With its half tester king size bed ready to lull you into blissful sleep
and the stunning view from the large bay window down into the Strathtay
valley, it’s a room guests are reluctant to leave.
There is even a chaise longue to take advantage of some quiet time enjoying
the sunshine which pours in all day.
This bedroom looks out over Pitcastle’s beautiful gardens and out
beyond to the hills in the West…Early in the morning, pheasants
patrol on the lawn and in the evening, glorious sunsets illuminate the
Curlew is a lovely room with bay windows looking down onto the valley
The morning sun wakes you and if your window is open you’ll hear
the haunting cry of the buzzards as they circle almost at eye level and
late at night you’ll hear the hoot of the owls as they take to the
The view from the bay window is similar to Osprey’s with the whole
sweep of Strathtay valley laid out before it. This bedroom has a lovely
old fashioned feel to it and is wonderfully restful.
Mallard is on the upper floor and has cosy ‘coombe’ ceilings.
On clear nights you can see the stars caught in the top branches of the
Pine trees and hear the nocturnal wildlife awaken for its nightly hunt.
Snipe is a beautifully peaceful room with views to the East and down the
With a roll-top bath offering an indulgent half hour at the end of a day,
this is the perfect room in which to relax after an afternoon on the hills.
If our Highland cows, Moira and Olga are in the field, be sure to go and
introduce yourself before breakfast.
Teal, a twin-bed room on the upper floor and has coombe ceilings.
This can be the perfect room for young children who can have early bedtimes
and won’t be disturbed by activity in the rest of the house.
Raven is a twin room with a lovely view of the courtyard and the tall
pine trees behind.
If you watch carefully you’ll see red squirrels busy amongst the
Capercaillie is a small appartment accessible from the inside and the
outside of the house.
It has coombe ceilings and view on the garden and on the tall pine trees
behind the house.
It has a bedroom, a bathroom a sitting room and a little kitchen.
Pitcastle House Facilities
Garden For Residents Use
Outdoor Recreational Facilities
Central Heating Throughout Property
CD/DVD Player Available
No Pets Allowed
No Smoking Permitted
At the end of a long day out on the hill or in the morning after the perfect
slumber, Pitcastle dining room welcomes you in true Scottish style.
Traditionally the Drawing Room is the calm centre of a household and this
is certainly true at Pitcastle.
This is a cosy room with a lovely view over the garden and the perfect
place to read the morning papers, write a letter at the desk or log-on
to your laptop and catch-up with your emails.
Fishing and stalking
Set amongst spectacular highland landscape, our stalking and fishing days
out are led by our own experienced stalkers who know everything that there
is to know about these ancient sports.
Clay Pigeon Shooting, Target Shooting & Archery
Guided visits to our wildlife park to see animals such as European bison,
European elk, red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, moufflon and osprey are
Getting There by Car
From the A9 road, turn off at Ballinluig, continue along the A827 until
Turn right at the Inn on the Tay to cross the green metal bridge –
then up the hill to the Village Store on the left.
Turn left and about 400 yards along on the right is the white gatehouse
and the entrance to Pitcastle.
Follow the drive right to the top and the Castle will be there!
Getting There by Railway
Perth is the nearest railway station.
From Perth, travel by car along the A9 and follow the directions as above.
Getting there by Aeroplane
Edinburgh or Glasgow are our nearest airports, with both about 90 minutes
From both cities, follow directions to Perth then travel along the A9
to Ballinluig as instructed above.
Email Pitcastle House enquiries & reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org