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Tombane is only five miles from Dunkeld on the Sma' Glen road which is one of the Old Wade Roads, built in the early 18th century to help pacify the highlands during the period of the Jacobite uprisings.  This is an ideal area to be based for easy access to Perth, Edinburgh and further North. As you can see we have the most wonderful sunsets, and some unusual visitors.

There is storage for bikes and a hose for washing down, there are loads of walks and outdoor activities to keep you busy, maps are provided, come and see the Enchanted Forest in October, an amazing site .

The Bothy sleeps three in a double (can be made into a twin ) and a single, cot and high chair available, mobile reception up to 4g, and wifi at the house. There is a cooker, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer and TV. All linen logs and heating is included in the cost all you need to bring are your food and clothes, we can even provide ready meals, just ask when you book and they can be in the freezer when you arrive. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Minimum let 2 nights from £90 per night and £450 a week, dogs £20 

Fully booked until April 28th 

September 5th - Ocotober 21st fully booked by returning visitors !!

February, Another lovely few days... 7th visit.

February, The Bothy has given two old friends a lovely place to catch up... 

January 2017, Our seconed visit to the Bothy with our two dogs..

December, a super place to spend Xmas with my partener and dogs..

November. Wonderful weeks spent around Perthshire Amber our third visit.....

October, A beautiful place with so many thoughtful touches.

September  Another lovely stay following our visit in June...

August, A wonderful visit, hope to return....

Wonderful walks, also check out Birnam Arts saw a fantastic Blue Grass Band...

What a gorgeous spot...

July. The Bothy is very comfortable, loved the sheep and lambs.... Great for visiting Loch of Lowes and seeing the ospreys.... 

June. Waking up to the view is guaranted to put a smile on your face... Hope to be back in the Autumn. 

May. The Gourgeus landscape the Bothy is nestled in made our time here special...Loved the view sat and looked at the stars.

April, This was our second time, just the same.. back for the third time in the future

March, After spending our first night of out honeymoon , we came back to celebrate out 1st Anniversary!, we will be back

February 2016 Enjoyed a much needed break, hope to return with the kids..

January 2016, Although the weather was poor, the Bothy was warm and comfortable.

 

 



Tombane
Trochry
Dunkeld
PH8 0BT

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