Huntingtower Lodges, Huntingtower, Perth, PH1 3JT.
Phone 07711 780300
Or 01738 582444
Huntingtower lodges sleep up to 6 people and all include central heating and a colour television. Kitchens all include an oven, hob, microwave and fridge with freezer box. Bathrooms have a shower over bath or shower cabinet. Bed linen and towels provided, all beds made up for arrival. Cots and highchairs available. Pets welcome in specific lodges.
The lodges are privately set in secluded wooded grounds in lovely rural area, yet only a 10 minute drive from the city of Perth with all its amenities. A three star hotel is also set in the same secluded grounds. Glasgow and Edinburgh are both within easy touring distance and Inverness is only a 2 hour drive away.
There are many attractive walking and cycling routes in the immediate vicinity of the lodges and elsewhere in the area you will find everything from riverside paths to magnificent Munros, Perthshire spoils you for choice.
Here you will find a superb natural environment of forest clad-hills, mountains, lochs, glens, sparkling rivers and fascinating natural history and wildlife.
Close to many championship golf courses with Gleneagles a 15 minute drive and St Andrews and Carnoustie approx 1 hour drive. Also Perthshire has another 41 courses to choose from with a choice of Highland or Parkland backdrops, and courses ranging from local, undiscovered gems to world famous challenges.
For anglers, fishing in the area is challenging yet relaxing among beautiful scenery. The river Tay is well known for its salmon fishing beats, but there are also lesser known gems Perthshire has to offer. You can also fish at a number of fish farms in Perthshire, one of the nearest being Drummond Trout Farm and Fishery some 12 miles from the lodges, where there is fishing tackle for hire or sale and free tuition each afternoon. Distilleries are also big tourist attractions in Perthshire with Edradour (the smallest in Scotland) only a 30 minute drive away and the award winning Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret (the oldest in Scotland) 20 minutes away.
|In the Area |
| ||Perth Horse Racing|
| ||Wildlife Parks|
| ||Sports Complex|
| ||Golf (inc. Championship Courses)|
| ||Castles and Stately Homes|
| ||Country Gardens|
| ||Glasgow (60 miles)|
| ||Edinburgh (42 miles)|
| ||Stirling (40 miles)|
| ||Inverness (112 miles)|
| ||Tennis Courts |
| ||10 Pin Bowling|
| ||Go Karting || |
| ||Indoor Adventure Play Area|| |
| ||Pony Trekking || |
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Perth, itself renowned as the 'Gateway to the Highlands', is a city which boasts some of the best restaurants and speciality shopping in Scotland. It is also a modern market town with a vibrant historic centre that boasts street events and festivals all year round. It also has been winning National Floral Awards for many years in the Britain in Bloom Competition.