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Blairgowrie HotelsWe offer an assortment of self-catering accommodation, all year round on a small family run site, in beautiful rural settings with open views to the hills.

One mile from the town of Blairgowrie, it is both peaceful but within easy reach of all amenities.

Blairgowrie itself sits astride the fast flowing river Ericht, famed for its salmon - a bustling town with a lovely square, a good range of shops, cafes and restaurants.

Pondfauld Accommodation (different lodges on the grounds)

Fir Tree Lodge - New for 2011!
Fir Tree Lodge is a new 4 star lodge set on its own with views across to the Sidlaw Hills. Perfect for groups or family holidays (sleeps 6). Peacefully situated with a covered deck and patio area. It is the perfect place to relax and unwind overlooking our lovely grounds or watching the neighbouring horses and livestock.

Facilities include:
• Large open plan Living area
• Dining for 6
• Fully equipped Kitchen
• Full Central Heating
• Secure parking
• Play Area
• 2 double bedrooms (each with 2 single beds)
• 1 double bedroom (1 double bed)
• Pets welcome
• Centrally situated, ideal for touring

Woodpecker Lodge:
A comfortable wooden lodge with and open plan kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is fully equipped with full oven and cooker, microwave and fridge along with all cooking utensils.
A spacious living room follows this, complete with sofa, armchairs and TV.
French doors lead onto a covered raised deck with a beautiful outlook.

Woodpecker lodge sleeps four people, with one double bedroom and a further sofa bed in the living area.
All bed linen is included.
Bathroom: WC, wash basin and shower.
The lodge also has an additional private garden.

Maple Lodge:
A pretty lodge in a private position by the orchard.
Open plan kitchen/dining/living area which has patio doors leading onto a south facing covered veranda. The kitchen is fully fitted with oven/cooker, microwave and fridge with all cooking utensils.

Maple lodge has one bedroom with one single and one double bed, a further sofa bed is situated in the living room.
All bed linen is included.
Bathroom: WC, wash basin and shower.

Marigold Cottage:
Marigold is a pretty traditional cottage with exposed stone walls and log burning stove, it is cosy, comfortable with lots of character.
Sleeping 3- 5 people, it has one large family bedroom - one double bed and one single bed (there is room for an additional single put-u-up or travel cot), a further double sofa bed in the living room gives plenty of room for the extended family. All bed linen is provided.

The spacious kitchen is fully equipped with fridge, microwave, full cooker/oven and all cooking utensils., along with a dining table and chairs. The cosy Living room has a log burning stove, and plenty of seating.
Also includes a TV.
Bathroom: WC, wash basin and shower.
Gravel and lawn seating area outside and beautiful south facing outlook toward the Sidlaw Hills.

The Bothy:
Once the berry pickers cookhouse, this quirky chalet has been uniquely designed for the single traveller.
The cleverly designed galley kitchen has a "Baby Belling" cooker, small fridge and cooking utensils.
The traditional Scottish raised box bed is very cosy (single).
All bed linen is included.
Bathroom: WC, wash basin and shower.

The Grounds:
The extensive landscaped grounds offer plenty of space to stretch your legs, with games and seating areas. Surrounded by fields with great views to the Sidlaw Hills, it makes the ideal spot to spend the day relaxing, a far cry from when this was all part of the berry picking industry for which Blairgowrie is famous. "Ponfads", as it is known locally, was then a berry pickers encampment.

Things to do and see in the area:
It is a perfect touring base with the cities of Dundee and Perth only 16 miles away. St Andrews 3/4 hour away, while Edinburgh is 56 miles to the south.

The skiing centre of Glenshee and surrounding mountains are 40 minutes drive. All manner of events and entertainments are held throughout the year from the Highland games (Blairgowrie's is in september) to highland nights and ceilidhs. There are plenty of sporting facilities available locally including Golf, Skiing, Fishing, Cycling and Walking.

We have had many visitors who now live as far afield as New Zealand who remember coming here from Glasgow, Dundee and all over Scotland during the picking season with reminiscence of camp fires, folk songs and lots of colourful characters.

Email Pondfauld enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com