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Esk Cottage is an attractive, Victorian built, semi-detached house in the picturesque
town of Pitlochry. It is situated in a quiet location beside the Church of Scotland
and very close to the town centre, where there are a variety of shops and facilities.
The house has a south-facing garden to the front and private parking at the back
next to the garage.
Bookings are generally Saturday to Saturday, although short breaks will be considered,
mainly off–season (minimum 3 nights). The house is non-smoking. Unfortunately, we
cannot accept pets.
The house is on two levels. On the ground floor, there is a comfortable lounge overlooking
the garden, and a separate dining room. Also on this level is the kitchen which is
fully equipped with the following: electric hob/oven, microwave, toaster, kettle,
washing machine, fridge/freezer, utensils and crockery.
On the upper level there is a double bedroom, a twin room and the bathroom, where
there is a walk in shower, an electric shaving point, wash hand basin and toilet.
All linen and towels are provided. A child cot is also available.
The house has gas central heating. WI-FI is available and there is a smart TV in
Pitlochry, in central Highland Perthshire, is in an area known for its stunning scenery,
high mountains, lochs and beautiful woodland/hill walks. There are a number of local
attractions such as Pitlochry Festival Theatre andthe Hydro Electric Damand fish
ladder. There are also two local whisky distilleries, Edradour Distillery and Blair
Athol Distillery. The House of Bruar, Blair Castle and the Queen’s View are all close
by and can be reached by car or by local bus service. Guests can learn more about
various places of interest from brochures available in the house, or visit the local
Information Centre where staff will assist. The Highland Perthshire website has excellent
details of what to see and do in the area and where to eat and drink.
Come and see what Highland Perthshire has to offer!