Set within extensive wooded grounds stretching over 28 acres with babbling brooks and ponds and enveloped by countryside rests this magnificent, Victorian holiday home, Dungarthill House. This grand property is the perfect base for a large group of friends or families looking to celebrate together in this unique, though easily accessible location. A half mile private driveway will lead you through the grounds, where you will be find ample off-road parking by the main house. This impressive, eleven-bedroom abode is home to roaring fires, traditional dÃ©cor in keeping with its history as a hunting lodge, and a superb billiards room to keep you and your guests entertained. Step inside the main entrance porch; kick-off your shoes and hang your coats ready to relax in this homely property before heading out to explore all this area has to offer.
Be amazed by the striking grand hallway featuring stag-heads coming out of the walls for a rustic touch. The snug TV room with open fire features a 65â€ Smart TV and Soundbar, along with scenic views across the grounds to enjoy whilst you unwind. For a moment of peace, head to the main sitting room to listen to the crackle of the fire as you curl up with a good book, or curl up in the snug by the fire offset to the side of the billiards room. When stomachs start to rumble, there is a large country kitchen, complete with a four oven electric AGA cooker, an electric oven and hob, a combi microwave and two dishwashers to clean-up any mess, whilst two integrated fridges are handy for storing your tasty treats. Meals can be enjoyed in a traditional setting in the splendid formal dining room, and why not uncork a bottle of wine to toast with your feast? There is a second dining room for more casual dining, here could be a good spot to rustle up a home-cooked breakfast and enjoy a cup of tea as your browse through a paper. Gather your guests together in the games room for a game of pool, with plenty of seating to watch the gaming enthusiasts compete, along with a supply of board games to keep you entertained whatever the weather. You can freshen your holiday attire in the handy utility room, where you'll find two washing machines and two tumble dryers along with a Belfast sink, whilst the nearby pantry houses a large chest freezer and two smaller fridges for drinks. As the evening draws to a close, climb the grand staircase upstairs to choose between eleven bedrooms, each beautifully-appointed with vintage furnishings and framing marvellous views of the grounds. There are two super-king size bedrooms, each made of two single bed bases with a super-king-size duvet, three king-size rooms, with two benefiting from access to their own en-suite bathrooms, a family suite with a double, an adjoining door to a twin and an en-suite, a double with an en-suite, a second family room with a double and a single and two twin bedrooms. If you can tear yourself away from this remarkable setting, visit the stunning Hermitage with the Black Linn waterfall tumbling amongst the Douglas Firs, and the adventurers of the group may wish to experience the thrills nearby with canyoning, white water rafting, clay pigeon shooting, quad biking, paintballing, bungee jumping and much more. Explore the ancient city of Perth, here you can unravel history at The Black Watch Castle & Museum, enjoy a scenic stroll around Branklyn Garden, which also has a tearoom for a scone, or tour the exhibitions at The Fergusson Gallery. Pack warm clothes to ramble the rugged landscape of the Cairngorms National Park, which you can explore either on foot or bike, home to deep lochs and heather moors. For an unforgettable escape to the countryside of Perthshire, choose Dungarthill House.