Dalshian Chalets, Pitlochry


Four detached pine lodges in a peaceful woodland garden just a short drive from the A9 and the bustling town of Pitlochry.

Three x 2-bedroom lodges and one x 3-bedroom lodge.

All lodges have an open-plan lounge, dining area and kitchen. The lounge has French doors to a sheltered timber deck area with garden furniture. The kitchen has a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, microwave and a full range of cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.

Faskally Lodge has 1 double and 2 twin bedded rooms.

Moraig, Tummel and Rannoch Lodges each have 1 double and 1 Twin bedded rooms.

Rannoch Lodge is suitable for a wheelchair user with assistance. It has a ramped access and wider doors and the shower is over the bath with grab rails.

For those who prefer a walk-in shower and can manage steps, Moraig Lodge may be more suitable.

Bed linen and towels are included.
A cot and high-chair are available at no extra cost – must be booked in advance.
Bed linen for the cot is NOT provided, please bring your own if required.
Electricity is included.
Smoking is not permitted.
Wi-fi access is available in all lodges, free of charge.
Parking spaces available for 2 cars at each lodge.

Check in days are Monday or Friday. Weekly or short breaks available.

Pets are welcome by prior arrangement (charge applies). Pets are not be allowed on the furniture and must not cause any damage to the property. Pets must not be left unattended in the lodges at any time. Please bring your own pet bedding, towels and feeding bowls with you. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.

Perthshire is an area with spectacular scenery, wonderful walks, famous golf courses and distilleries, castles and historic sites, beautiful gardens and impressive trees.
There is also an ever-growing list of outdoor pursuits such as mountain and quad biking, white water rafting, canyoning and bungee jumping.

Dalshian is from the Gaelic ëdail sitheaní and means ëflower meadow of the fairies, so an enchanted place!

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