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Take a self catering holiday in your own romantic castle! This truly exceptional holiday house, built in the 1890s, lies amid woodland beside an peaceful boulder-strewn stretch of the River Tummel, where you can fish for trout. The view across the river to Schiehallion is spectacular. This cottage is ideal for families, or couples who want space and character.
There is a lovely walk from the cottage through the pine woods along the riverside in both directions. To the east a few hundred yards away are some attractive falls amongst the boulders and pine trees. By the house there is a stretch of the river known as the Queen's Pool, where you can fish for trout and you can sometimes see salmon. Legend has it that this was where Robert the Bruce ferried his wife across the river.
This listed building was built by the present owner's great-grandfather as the gate lodge of the east drive to Dunalastair House in 1892, although as the drive is no longer in use there is no passing traffic.