Oak Tree Cottage

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Sleeps: 7 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3
Oliver Approved

Overview

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Quirky Modern
Great Value
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Ideal for Kids
Pets on Request
Hot Tub Ideal for Parties Romantic

The craftsmanship and styling of the wonderful Oak Tree Cottage is phenomenal. If you have a keen eye for interior design, you will beam when you tour this amazing holiday home. Nestled just outside the historic town of Dunkeld in Perthshire, the cottage enjoys extraordinary views over the lush, wooded Birnam Hill. Oak Tree Cottage boasts an aura of seclusion and intimacy whilst still being a mere five minutes drive from the centre of town. With three fantastic bedrooms, the cottage sleeps seven to eight guests. It also boasts a wonderful open plan living room, a snug, a utility room, three bathrooms and an acre of garden.

The picturesque town of Dunkeld lies on the north bank of the River Tay, opposite Birnam and roughly 25 km north of Perth. The majestic Dunkeld Cathedral is a remarkably well-preserved example of a Scottish burgh of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries and the town is brimming with attractive ancient buildings, many of which have been restored by the National Trust for Scotland. Atholl Street is sprinkled with a variety of charming specialist shops and the river walk boasts stunning views of Thomas Telford’s Dunkeld Bridge.

Oak Tree Cottage has been recently built using the very best materials. You will discover a magical blend of modern and traditional styling, incredible craftsmanship, wonderful warm colour palettes, heaps of technology and some wonderful contemporary finishes. Stunning, hand crafted wood and glass doors open to the main living space. They are a work of art in themselves and give you an immediate taste of the attention to detail Oak Tree Cottage offers. The open plan living area is a tremendously warm and inviting space with huge glass doors drowning it in natural light. Gorgeous colour splashes in the form of golden yellow Chesterfield-styled sofas and trendy accent chairs add to the warmth of the rich woods. A contemporary handmade French walnut and granite kitchen sits in one corner with outstanding appliances that will please the chef in your group. A smart dining table and chairs sit on one side of the kitchen while a cosy television corner sits on the other side. On the far side of the room, three sumptuous sofas are perfectly positioned with gorgeous garden and terrace views. In addition to the main living space, Oak Tree Cottage also boasts a fabulous snug, the perfect place to disappear with the Sunday newspapers and a cup of tea or to play a family board game. A Smart television with Freeview, Amazon Prime and Netflix and a Sonos sound system are provided for your enjoyment. Along with an immaculate, stylish family bathroom, one of the cottage’s three bedrooms is also located on the ground floor. It is a superbly comfortable room with a beautifully dressed quality kingsize bed and some gorgeous traditional wooden furniture. The oversized headboard, rug and soft furnishings all enjoy some vibrant red colour splashes. The fully tiled family bathroom is beautiful with a freestanding bath, a wet-room styled shower and a gorgeous sink arrangement. The cottage enjoys a handy separate utility room.

The wood and iron, open tread staircase that takes you upstairs is another masterpiece. The master bedroom suite is a deluxe haven with pale green walls and exquisite orange accent chairs that match the giant headboard, cushions and throws. It is a brilliant colour combination. Like downstairs, the room comes with stylish accessories and yet more original art. Delightful apex doors open to a lovely furnished terrace where you can enjoy your morning cup of coffee and the fantastic views. The pristine wet-room ensuite comes with gorgeous grey tiles and another brilliant wooden shelf under the contemporary sink. The final bedroom offers flexible sleeping arrangements and can be set up as three single beds or one super kingsize bed and an single. It is another beautiful room with gorgeous furniture and accessories and an ensuite shower room.

The outdoor space of Oak Tree Cottage has been just as brilliantly planned as the interior. The main living space opens to a polished stone terrace with alfresco dining for ten guests, a barbecue and a firepit. The terrace enjoys a wonderful spot where you can take full advantage of the beautiful views. There is also a top notch hot tub for eight guests where you can take an indulgent dip and relax. The gardens are beautiful with an outdoor climbing frame for little ones and very pretty flowers. The immediate countryside is stunning and provides a rich mix of activities including marvellous walks, riding, fishing and golf at one of the nearby courses. Many visitors are attracted by the elegant atmosphere and significant associations of Dunkeld and the surrounding area. There are plenty of nearby attractions, including Scone Palace, Gleneagles or more locally, the oak woods on the lower slopes of Birnam Hill, as mentioned in Shakespeare's Macbeth. This is a remarkable spot to marvel at views over Dunkeld, Birnam and Strath Tay, making it a fantastic choice for any family holiday.

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What you should know…

  • Each of the bedrooms offers flexible sleeping arrangements. All of the beds can be set up as singles or kingsize or super kingsize beds
  • Guests are kindly asked not to wear any high/stiletto heels on the staircase
  • If you have an eighth guest, there is a foldable, excellent quality, single sprung mattress that can be used

This home is a part of our Great Value Collection!

  • Supports the heritage of the local town
  • Operational fireplace
  • Promotes local businesses and outdoor pursuits

This home is a part of our Sustainable Collection!

  • Supports the heritage of the local town
  • Operational fireplace
  • Promotes local businesses and outdoor pursuits

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet Hot Tub BBQ Hairdryer Ground Floor Bed & Bath Smart TV Indoor Games Outdoor Games Working Fireplace/Woodburner

Oak Tree Cottage

Ground Floor
- Open plan living/dining/kitchen area
- Snug
- Utility room
- Family bathroom with wetroom shower, bath, washbasin and WC
- Bedroom 1: King-size or two single beds (as required)

First Floor
- Master Bedroom: King-size or two single beds (as required) with an ensuite bathroom
- Bedroom 3: Super king and one single bed or 3 x single (as required) with an ensuite bathroom

(Bed configuration is variable: 7 single beds, can be arranged to offer any combination from 1 single + 3 zipped-up super king size beds to 7 singles. Excellent quality sprang mattress foldable single can be added to accommodate 8th person)

Outside Grounds
- Outdoor patio area
- Hot tub for 8 guests
- 1 acre garden
- Large grassed area of the garden specifically dedicated to games
- BBQ (charcoal)

Amenities
- Smart TV with Freeview, amazon prime videos, Netflix
- Sonos Speakers
- WiFi access
- 5 induction hobs, electric fan oven and electric grill
- Microwave
- Dishwasher
- Toaster
- Blender
- Filter coffee machine
- Hairdryer
- Iron and Ironing board
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- Parking for up to 3 cars

Location

About the surrounding area of Oak Tree Cottage
Rural Location Golf Nearby Tennis Nearby Cycling Horse Riding Fishing Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites
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Oak Tree Cottage enjoys a totally private, secluded location five minutes from the centre of Dunkeld, a picturesque town of Perth and Kinross. Sitting on the River Tay, the town enjoys a wonderful selection of unique shops, beautiful buildings, an ancient cathedral and a famous bridge. The lovely houses of Dunkeld were built in the early 1700’s and have been restored to provide homes for local people by the National Trust for Scotland. Another NTS property is the Ell Shop which features the original ‘ell’ measure, just over a metre long which was used for measuring cloth in days gone by. Across the river is the lovely Birnam. Together they offer wonderful countryside, heaps of history and heritage, culture, events and wonderful eateries. These two towns and the surrounding area are known as ‘Big Tree Country’. The towns were joined in 1809 with the building of the Dunkeld Bridge by Thomas Telford. The Dunkeld House Tree Trail celebrates the tree heritage of the Dunkeld House Estate. It is open to everyone and offers lovely walks through the gorgeous woodlands of the estate. Dunkeld House was once the home of the ‘Planting Dukes’ of Atholl. As well as having amazing grounds, the hotel is open for delicious afternoon teas and drinks.

The Hermitage is a magnificent landscape where you can walk in the footsteps of Wordsworth, Mendelssohn and Turner. This stretch of the Perthshire forest boasts dramatic natural features having once been designated a pleasure ground in the 18th century for the Dukes of Atholl. Towering Douglas firs, amongst the tallest trees in the UK, lead to the roaring Black Linn Falls where the River Braan crashes down into the deep, foaming pools below. A picturesque folly, Ossian’s Hall, which was originally built in 1757 overlooks the waterfall. It has been refurbished with mirrors, sliding panels and paintings. The Hermitage is very popular. You should look out for red squirrels, salmon and the totem pole hidden in the woods.

While in Perthshire, you should visit Pitlochry. The town is renowned for its crisp air, its astounding landscape, its fine hospitality and its welcoming locals. For a taste of culture, you can enjoy sold-out shows at the Festival Theatre, a summer schedule of Highland games, the Enchanted Forest in autumn and a fantastic New Year’s Day Street Party. There are a number of excellent spas offering pampering wellness sessions including Thistle and Orchid Beauty and Atholl Palace and a lovely selection of cafes for afternoon tea or a hearty Scottish breakfast. Also on offer are charming bars and pubs for a glass of the local tipple and some excellent craft shops.

The Blair Atholl Distillery is very beautiful. Though quite small, it is one of the oldest serving distilleries in Scotland. The Bell’s Blend is proudly owned by Blair Athol. The distillery is believed to have been founded in 1798 though it then changed hands a number of times. By 1932 and throughout WWII, Blair Athol was shut until it was rebuilt in 1949. The visitor’s centre was built in 1987 and proudly entertains thousands of tourists. You can take tours of the distillery and taste some wonderful malt whisky.

Blair Castle has been the home of the Atholl family for over seven centuries. It enjoys a fascinating history and has been home to politicians, soldiers, agriculturalists and entrepreneurs, all against a backdrop of fine 18th century interiors and Scottish baronial architecture. It boasts thirty rooms full of collections of furnitures, arms, china, lace and portraits. The castle sits in the heart of a historic landscape which was laid out in the 18th century and features a nine acre walled garden, a beautiful wooded grove, a ruined Kirk, a red deer park and a Gothic folly. Peacocks roam freely and native red squirrels are often spotted in the trees.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Edinburgh Airport

(88.7 km)

Nearest Train Station Dunkeld and Birnam

(2.8 km)

Nearest Village Dunkel/Brinam

(2.5 km)

Nearest Town/City Perth

(22.1 km)

Nearest Bar/Pub Loads of choices in village

(2.5 km)

Nearest Restaurant Loads of choices in village

(2.5 km)

Nearest Supermarket Small co-op in village or all major supermarkets in Perth

(2.5km/22km)

Nearest Golf Dunkeld and Birnam Golf Club

(5.5 km)

Nearest Tennis Bookable court available in the village

(2.8 km)

Region

Luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in Perthshire

Perthshire is not only beautiful, it’s a treasure trove of fun waiting to be uncovered! Tucked right in the beating heart of Scotland, Perthshire is a world of picturesque landscapes, tales of yore and more outdoor activities than you could ever take on in a week. Oliver's Travels has some swanky pads that will serve as your luxurious base for this epic Scottish escapade!

Perthshire’s rolling hills, serene lochs and lush forests scream, "Come, frolic in nature!" This "Gateway to the Highlands" mixes Highland vibes with Lowland grace. The River Tay, Scotland's longest river, does a little sassy meander through the region, adding a dash of natural bling. Loch Tay, a freshwater superstar, is surrounded by mountains and forests that offer a picturesque setting. It is a brilliant hub for kayaking and fishing. The quaint villages around, such as Kenmore, are brimming with charm and character. The Scottish Crannog Centre, nestled on the loch's shores, gives you a sneak peek into ancient Scottish history.

Perth itself is like a history book brought to life. Scone Palace is where Scottish royalty used to get their crowns on. Now, it is open to the public to marvel at opulent rooms and wander through lush grounds. The city centre is a cobbled wonderland, complete with a medieval cathedral and the Fair Maid's House, an ancient building full of intrigue.

If you have a hankering for outdoor adventures, Perthshire is your playground. The Cairngorms National Park up north is nature's theme park for hikers, cyclists and wildlife enthusiasts. Ben Vrackie, a mountain that sounds like it could be a wizard's name, offers sensational views. The Hermitage, near Dunkeld, is a lush forest where you can stroll along the River Braan, marvelling at trees that have probably seen a few wars and revolutions.

Blair Castle in Blair Atholl is an historic castle surrounded by gardens against a mesmerising Grampian Mountains backdrop. If you time your visit right, you might catch the Blair Castle International Horse Trials, a prestigious equestrian party that draws horse lovers from all corners of the globe.

Perthshire is a Scottish blockbuster that seamlessly blends natural beauty, history and more outdoor thrills. Whether you are strolling through Perth's historic streets, paddleboarding on Loch Tay or conquering the Cairngorms, Perthshire is your backstage pass to the highland fling of a lifetime!

Ah, bonnie Scotland! A wild and beautiful part of the world, where you can explore the rugged highlands or enjoy the colour and vibrancy of cultural capitals like Edinburgh and Glasgow.

But how do you know you’re getting the very best out of your trip? That’s where we come in. If you’ve had a browse through our range of luxury cottages and castles in Scotland, you’ll know there’s some great places to stay, but to find all the great things to do, see and eat you’ll need our handy Scotland travel guide  – so read on and enjoy! 

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens Ideal for Xmas/NY

Oak Tree Cottage is a fabulous holiday home for families. With gorgeous gardens, a play area, hot tub, snug and wonderful open plan living, it is just perfect.

Dunkeld is amazing. Children will learn a lot about the local history and enjoy shopping for souvenirs. The surrounding Perthshire countryside is a wonderful playground for children. There are many interesting and fun attractions plus a fabulous natural tapestry to discover.

Young ones always enjoy the Beatrix Potter Garden and Exhibition at Birnam by Dunkeld. For ten years, from the age of four until she was fourteen, Beatrix Potter stayed with family for the summer holidays at Dalguise House, Dunkeld. The garden has some of her characters in it and there are some lovely interactive areas. Children can dress up to become Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Peter Rabbit and Jeremy Fisher or sit down and watch the enchanting stories unfold. Activities include drawing, colouring, puzzles and rubbing panels featuring animal tracks and characters from the books.

Highland Safaris organise masses of activities for children including gold and gem panning, a cycle track, a nature trails, a landrover off road trip and safari trips. You can hire bikes or take your own, cycling around an off road loop. Its a great place for a picnic and there is a cafe

The Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre is popular with lots of hands on displays showing how salmon travel through the Pitlochry dam fish ladder. They will learn how electricity is generated. There is a lovely circular walk over the dam, along the river, over the foot bridge and down into the main street. On the way back you can visit the Pitlochry putting green which is popular with its eighteen holes. Older children enjoy the pitch and putt and driving range. The park enjoys climbing frames, trampolines, swings and lots of space to play. There is also a swimming pool in the town.

Taymouth Riding Stables enjoys a great team who will take children for one or two hour treks, pony rides and family rides. They give lessons and beginners are welcome though the minimum age is four.

Loch Tay’s marina and watersports centre offers a wide choice of children’s water activities including open Canadian canoes, double kayaks, single kayaks, stand up paddleboards plus motor fishing and inflatables. It is great fun.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Tennis Nearby
  • Cycling
  • Horse Riding
  • Fishing
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites

Onsite Facilities

  • Xbox/Playstation/Wii
  • Children's videos/DVDs
  • Children's books
  • Board games
  • Swings
  • Slide
  • Climbing frame
  • Badminton
  • Tennis rackets
  • Footballs
  • Basketball net
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • Toys

Extras

Oliver's Extras

  • Welcome Hamper
  • Kitchen Essentials - Included sugar, tea, coffee, herbs (including fresh in the garden), salt, pepper, selection of cooking oils. We operate honesty policy – there are always some non-perishable goods available in the house (e.g. pasta/rice/tins of tomatoes, etc.) , ice-cubes, pre-backed rolls in the freezer. We ask that these are replaced before departure so that they are available for next guests.

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £500 charged to the client's credit card as a pre-authorisation at least 2 weeks prior to arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to a full inspection
Arrival time 4pm
Departure time 11am
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes, included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price. 1 bath and 1 hand towel, additional hand towel in shared bathrooms, small square towels will be provided to help with makeup removal
Pets welcome? On request prior to booking ONLY with the owner. If accepted, a pet supplement of £100 will apply. Please state the breed of dog at the time of booking. Strictly only 1 dog allowed at the property.
Changeover day Friday
Smoking Allowed? No
Minimum stay 3 nights in low seasons and 7 nights in high season
Stag & Hen Do Allowed? No stag or hen do's allowed
Other Ts and Cs Events: We understand that people might want to celebrate birthdays, etc. but we ask that these are limited to the booking guests. It is residential area so we ask that our neighbours privacy is respected and noise levels are kept to minimum after 10pm
Property Licence Number PK12378P

- After 11pm please use the terraces and gardens around the house as quiet areas.
- Please do not set up music systems outside the house.
- Please limit any loud music playing inside the house so it cannot be heard outside.
- Please show consideration for our neighbours in the early morning and late evening.
- If you are having any deliveries or ordering taxis please ensure they have clear directions.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 7 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 16th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024 - - - £3,000
- Bank Holiday: August (Scotland) - - - £3,000
Aug 9th 2024 - Aug 23rd 2024 - - - £3,000
- Bank Holiday: August - - - £3,000
Aug 30th 2024 - Dec 13th 2024 £1,300 £1,500 £1,700 £2,100
Dec 13th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 £1,500 £1,800 £2,100 £2,400
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 £1,300 £1,500 £1,700 £2,100
- Half Term: Spring £1,500 £1,700 £1,900 £2,400
Feb 16th 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 £1,300 £1,500 £1,700 £2,100
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 4th 2025 £1,365 £1,575 £1,785 £2,205
- Bank Holiday: May £1,575 £1,890 £2,205 £2,520
Apr 11th 2025 - May 9th 2025 £1,365 £1,575 £1,785 £2,205
May 9th 2025 - Jun 20th 2025 £1,365 £1,575 £1,785 £2,205
Jun 20th 2025 - Aug 1st 2025 - - - £3,675
- Bank Holiday: August (Scotland) - - - £3,675
Aug 8th 2025 - Aug 22nd 2025 - - - £3,675
- Bank Holiday: August - - - £3,675
Aug 29th 2025 - Dec 12th 2025 £1,365 £1,575 £1,785 £2,205
Dec 12th 2025 - Jan 17th 2026 £1,575 £1,785 £1,995 £2,520

Prices based on an occupancy of 7 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 16th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024 - - - €3,571
- Bank Holiday: August (Scotland) - - - €3,571
Aug 9th 2024 - Aug 23rd 2024 - - - €3,571
- Bank Holiday: August - - - €3,571
Aug 30th 2024 - Dec 13th 2024 €1,548 €1,786 €2,024 €2,500
Dec 13th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 €1,786 €2,143 €2,500 €2,857
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 €1,548 €1,786 €2,024 €2,500
- Half Term: Spring €1,786 €2,024 €2,262 €2,857
Feb 16th 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 €1,548 €1,786 €2,024 €2,500
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 4th 2025 €1,625 €1,875 €2,125 €2,625
- Bank Holiday: May €1,875 €2,250 €2,625 €3,000
Apr 11th 2025 - May 9th 2025 €1,625 €1,875 €2,125 €2,625
May 9th 2025 - Jun 20th 2025 €1,625 €1,875 €2,125 €2,625
Jun 20th 2025 - Aug 1st 2025 - - - €4,375
- Bank Holiday: August (Scotland) - - - €4,375
Aug 8th 2025 - Aug 22nd 2025 - - - €4,375
- Bank Holiday: August - - - €4,375
Aug 29th 2025 - Dec 12th 2025 €1,625 €1,875 €2,125 €2,625
Dec 12th 2025 - Jan 17th 2026 €1,875 €2,125 €2,375 €3,000

Prices based on an occupancy of 7 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 16th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024 - - - $3,887
- Bank Holiday: August (Scotland) - - - $3,887
Aug 9th 2024 - Aug 23rd 2024 - - - $3,887
- Bank Holiday: August - - - $3,887
Aug 30th 2024 - Dec 13th 2024 $1,685 $1,944 $2,203 $2,721
Dec 13th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 $1,944 $2,332 $2,721 $3,109
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 7th 2025 $1,685 $1,944 $2,203 $2,721
- Half Term: Spring $1,944 $2,203 $2,462 $3,109
Feb 16th 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 $1,685 $1,944 $2,203 $2,721
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 4th 2025 $1,769 $2,041 $2,313 $2,857
- Bank Holiday: May $2,041 $2,449 $2,857 $3,265
Apr 11th 2025 - May 9th 2025 $1,769 $2,041 $2,313 $2,857
May 9th 2025 - Jun 20th 2025 $1,769 $2,041 $2,313 $2,857
Jun 20th 2025 - Aug 1st 2025 - - - $4,761
- Bank Holiday: August (Scotland) - - - $4,761
Aug 8th 2025 - Aug 22nd 2025 - - - $4,761
- Bank Holiday: August - - - $4,761
Aug 29th 2025 - Dec 12th 2025 $1,769 $2,041 $2,313 $2,857
Dec 12th 2025 - Jan 17th 2026 $2,041 $2,313 $2,585 $3,265

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Owner Profile

Owner
Mark & Julita

How long have you owned the property?
Build in 2020 by ourselves

What was it about the property that you first fell in love with?
The area, its landscape and the accessibility of varied outdoor activities

Are there any interesting stories in its history?

Birnam Woods have been mentioned in Shakespeare’s writings and you can visit the Birnam Oak on the banks of the river Tay. Dunkeld has a rich history, including evidence of early Pictish forts in the area, Queen Victoria used to stop in here on the way to Balmoral. Some information will be provided in the welcome pack.

Do you have a favourite room in the property?
A snug with its beautiful bookcases and cosy feel
For anyone coming to stay is there anything in the surrounding area they should...

Really do? Walk up from the house to the top of Birnam Hill and over to Dunkeld
Really eat? Pistachio or almond croissant from the Dunkeld Bakery (owner was a finalist of the Bake Off)
Really see? Dunkeld Abbey and the village itself – it has beautiful walks

What insider tip would you pass on about the property or the area?
Follow the poachers trail along river Tay

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Reviews

  • Gorgeous property

    on 13/06/2024

    We had such a lovely time at Oaktree cottage! The house is gorgeous inside and had everything we would need. The garden is beautiful and peaceful too. We loved that the hot tub was in a hut so kept warm and it was more than enough space for us all. The owners are so friendly and accommodating which was kind. We enjoyed it so much we have booked it again for next year when we usually go somewhere new every year.

  • Oak Tree Cottage

    on 06/04/2023

    Our family loved our stay, the house was fab and the area has so much to offer.

  • Beautiful!

    on 04/04/2023

    Beautiful house, great location, loved the hot tub. Would definitely stay again.

  • Absolutely Stunning

    on 03/04/2023

    What a beautiful property! Had such an amazing weekend at Oak Tree Cottage. Cannot fault the communication from booking and throughout before our arrival, and once there we were met with a beautiful house and stunning views. Everything is to such a high standard and the decor was just amazing with every mod con a person could need. We enjoyed a wonderful time in the hot tub and Dunkeld was a short taxi ride away. Property has more than enough space for people making for such an enjoyable and comfortable experience. Will definitely book another trip here in the future, thank you to the owners for providing the venue for a wonderful relaxing weekend.

  • We hope to return soon!

    on 20/03/2023

    Oak Tree Cottage was a perfect place for a small family reunion. The cottage is very well equipped and beautifully decorated, the beds were very comfortable, and the lounge/ kitchen/dining area is a convivial and relaxing space. The owners have paid great attention to every detail. The surrounding area is lovely and we hope to return to this cottage before long. We can highly recommend.

  • A lovely place...

    on 21/04/2022

    We stayed at Oak Tree Cottage for 7 days. It was fantastic. We explored most days, but would have been equally happy staying around the house - its that nice. It's in a brilliant location for travelling around. There are also some great walks that are available just down the road (a 1-2 minute walk from the house). The owner was extremely helpful and personable. We can't fault anything about the accommodation. We'd highly recommend it to anyone - its lovely.

  • Stunning

    on 23/02/2022

    Stunning house with all the mod-cons you require for a fantastic stay. The owner is a lovely guy who answered any queries extremely quickly.

  • Highly recommend

    on 01/10/2021

    Beautiful accommodation with everything you will ever need in a beautiful area. Highly recommend.

  • Can’t wait to go back

    on 28/06/2021

    Having stayed at Oak Tree twice first time 4 nights and second time 3 nights. I didn’t want to leave. Love it. It exudes taste and comfort but not in a precious way. I felt as if I had walked into a cocoon. It is glorious. As you drive through the gates the house and gardens are stunning. Immediately switch you off. It’s a massive feeling of peace. The house is glorious with all the little attentions to detail and a big wow. This carries on to the outside area. So beautiful so see the same care has been taken in preserving the ground in the most accommodating and nurturing way. Everything about this house and grounds will not disappoint.

  • What a fabulous place!

    on 23/06/2021

    I’ve returned safely from your beautiful Dunkeld home. What a fabulous place. Eating breakfast outside, listening to the birds sing and gazing up at the mature trees. What a delight. Thank you very, very much.

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