Cuil an Daraich Guest House

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Cuil an Daraich Guest House, Pitlochry

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Welcome to Cuil an Daraich a family run guest house near Pitlochry in the Heart of Scotland. Come and enjoy the 'home from home' relaxed atmosphere in this recently refurbished imposing 19th Century property. Cuil an Daraich enjoys elevated views over the River Tay nestled in the picturesque village of Logierait ideally situated for exploring all the delights of Highland Perthshire.

With five en-suite bedrooms complete with welcome trays hair dryers and tv's the guest house is spacious and airy but small enough to offer an intimate and welcoming atmosphere. Within walking distance of the nearest village Cuil an Daraich appeals to both the adventurous visitor and those simply seeking a highland retreat away from the hustle and bustle of 'real life' The River Tay is world renowned for salmon fishing but many visitors come to Pitlochry to walk and increasingly to cycle. The Perthshire hills attract a wide variety of wildlife flora and fauna.

Located just off the A9 approximately five miles south of Pitlochry Cuil an Daraich is the ideal base for exploring further afield - Edinburgh is an hour and a half away Glasgow and Inverness 2 hours away.

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From: £35.00

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