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Grandtully Bridge House
Grandtully, Nr Aberfeldy
Perthshire

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The upper Tay valley is the ideal location for lovers of lochs, mountains, forests, and wildlife. Crowned by Loch Tay, it is an area steeped in history, dotted with castles, and surrounded by the most stunning scenery, enhanced in September and October when Perthshire's autumn colours come to the fore. Grandtully, set by a dramatic stretch of rapids on the River Tay, is the perfect base for anyone keen on walking, cycling, climbing, hill-walking, canoeing, kayaking, canyoning, white-water rafting, golfing, shooting, fishing, bird-watching, riding, sailing and water sports (on Loch Tay) or simply relaxing.

This conservation village, with its rich woodlands, hill views and fast-flowing river became a rural escape for the merchants of Perth and Dundee after the railway (now long gone) arrived in the late 19th century. Many fine stone houses nestle along the forested banks of the river and Grandtully Bridge House is at its heart facing a narrow bridge over the Tay to the neighbouring village of Strathtay. In the immediate vicinity is the renowned 4-star visitor attraction of Iain Burnett - the Highland Chocolatier with its charming coffee house and chocolate shop. There are two pubs, a restaurant and play park, and over the river is a general store/post office and golf course.

Grandtully is a centre for many wonderful walks including one that follows a disused railway line skirting the River Tay. There are five golf courses within a fifteen-mile radius. Loch Tay is just eleven miles to the west; Aberfeldy and its famous Wade Bridge across the Tay, new cinema and Water Mill Bookshop is 5 miles; and the tourist town of Pitlochry with its renowned festival theatre is 9 miles to the east.

Sunshine or snow, Grandtully Bridge House is ideal accommodation for large or even smaller families and groups of friends getting together for a holiday in one of highland Perthshire's most picturesque areas. The village lies in a valley on the tourist route between Aberfeldy and Pitlochry - so is easily accessible by car or public transport. It is in in the heart of Scotland yet Edinburgh is an easy car journey away.

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  • Sleeps - 10/11
  • Bedrooms - 5 (1 double ensuite, 2 double + single, 1 twin, 1 double)
  • Bathrooms - 2 bathrooms, 1 shower room, 1 WC downstairs
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Washing machine and separate tumble drier
  • Electronic oil-fired Rayburn
  • 40 inch LED TV with Freeview in first floor living room
  • Small TV with Freeview in dining room
  • Large log-burning stove in dining room
  • High chair and travel cot available
  • Patio and gated garden
  • Garden benches, barbecue available by arrangement
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Bike shed and log store
  • Short breaks by arrangement
  • One dog with own bedding
  • Aberfeldy 5 miles, Pitlochry 9 miles, Perth 26 miles
  • Airports - Edinburgh 67 miles, Glasgow 92 miles, Prestwick 115 miles
  • Stations - Pitlochry 9 miles. Direct trains and sleeper service to London
  • Close by: Coffee house, inn with restaurant and pub. Restaurant at Logierait, 3 miles. Many others within 10 mile radius
  • Marked footpaths from doorstep
  • Canoeing and rafting - 30 yards
  • Play park and football field - 50 yards
  • Golf course - 400 yards
  • Cycle route - 400 yards
  • Bowling Green - 500 yards
  • Fishing and Shooting in local area
  • Swimming pool - 5 miles
  • Off-road safaris - 7 miles
  • Canyoning - 10 miles
  • Boating - 11 miles
  • Bungee jumping - 12 miles
  • Skiing Glenshee - 38 miles

Other attractions nearby include: Scottish Chocolate Centre, cinema in Aberfeldy, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Beatrix Potter Museum and play space in Dunkeld, Enchanted Forest Light Show in Pitlochry in October, Menzies and Blair Atholl Castles, Cluny and Bolfracks Gardens, Crannog at Loch Tay, Salmon Leap at Pitlochry, House of Bruar rural shopping centre, three distilleries, Historic Dunkeld, Glen Lyon - the remotest glen in Scotland.

Accommodation:
Grandtully Bridge House comfortably sleeps 10/11 people. Equipped to the highest standards with smoke alarms, central heating, a large wood-burning stove and a Rayburn XT oil-fired range cooker, the house is warm and comfortable in all seasons. Built in the 1880s, it has period furnishings and there is wall-to-wall carpeting throughout.

The ground floor has a spacious lobby and entrance hall, a WC, large dining room with TV, books and log-burning stove, a well-equipped kitchen, and a utility/laundry room with drying pulley.

A large landing on the first floor opens onto a handsome sitting room overlooking the river with 40inch LED TV and three comfortable settees etc., two large bedrooms one with en-suite shower, and two bath/shower rooms with WCs. The top floor has three large bedrooms (one with play area and one with pool table), a spacious landing, and a bath/shower room with WC.

A door from the kitchen opens onto the patio and gated garden with parking for two cars, shrubberies, a bike shed, log store, and seating.

Directions:
Grandtully is on the A827, five miles from the Ballinluig junction on the A9 Perth to Inverness trunk road. From Stirling and Glasgow the tourist route via Crieff to Pitlochry passes the door. From the west take the road to Killin and Aberfeldy and continue east for five miles.

The house is in the centre of the village beside the Chocolate Centre and directly opposite the turning to Strathtay. Mainline trains including sleeper services from London stop at Pitlochry, and there are regular buses from there and from Perth (26 miles) to Grandtully, stopping a few yards from the door. There is off-road parking at the front and side of the property.

What's included:
Linen, towels, central heating oil, a starter supply of logs and electricity.
Feather duvets (Terylene available by special request in advance).
Pets - One dog with own bedding.
Pool table.
Starter toiletries and cleaning items.

Cost and availability:
Grandtully Bridge House is rented out throughout the year. Lets are Saturday to Saturday or Friday by arrangement. Arrive after 4pm and leave by 10am.
Short breaks - by arrangement except in High Season, Christmas and New Year. Three night weekends or 4/5 night mid-week bookings at 70% of weekly tariff.
Discounts for smaller groups.
Basic shopping order from local post office/Spar accepted.

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Grandtully Bridge House, Grandtully, By Pitlochry, Perthshire PH9 0PL Scotland

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