Dalshian House awaits you...

An 18th century country guest house set within one acre of secluded woodland and gardens, conveniently situated on the outskirts of Pitlochry. Here Martin and Heather Walls extend the warmest of welcomes in a genuinely friendly, but unobtrusive, manner. Tastefully decorated with a mixture of contemporary and traditional furnishings, you will find yourself captivated by this tranquil house.

Seven spacious en-suite bedrooms all individually decorated, in keeping with their original character are provided with every comfort one would expect.

Free wi-fi available.

Experience many of the local activities, pursuits or theatre performances available, which we are happy to advise and pre-book for you or just relax with a good book in our delightful lounge beside the wood burning stove.

Breakfast is freshly prepared and served every morning using the finest local ingredients in our bright dining room overlooking our spectacular rhododendron shrubs and mature trees. We have vegetarian options available and cater for any other special dietary requirements.

Take joy in observing local wildlife, especially the resident red squirrels in peaceful surroundings.

Martin and Heather look forward to welcoming you to Dalshian.

 

Address

Martin and Heather Walls
Dalshian House, Old Perth Road,
Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland

Telephone: 01796 472173
Email: dalshian@btconnect.com



Rooms

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All of our seven bedrooms are ensuite, offering spacious, individually decorated accommodation. Within each we provide a hospitality tray, television, hairdryer, self-control heating, radio alarm clock and wifi.

Breakfast

Start your day with an unrivalled Scottish breakfast at Dalshian, embracing local Scottish favourites including “Dunkeld Smoked Salmon, Stornoway Black Pudding, local Honey and home made produce.

Lounge

Dalshian lounge is the perfect place to relax and unwind, simply enjoy this comfortable and charming room.

Garden

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Take pleasure in our beautiful secluded setting, surrounded by mature trees and shrubs whilst observing our resident wildlife.