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4 Viewbank Gardens

Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Charming Edwardian cottage
  • Light and pretty rooms for a restful stay
  • Sweet outdoor eating area
  • Pitlochry's shops and attractions within half a mile
  • Views over the Tummel Valley and beyond
  • Situated in the heart of the Highlands
Property code: CA005

The ideal family cottage from which to explore the climbs of Scotland. With many activities to enjoy close by, from fishing to whisky tasting, you'll be swept up in the highland fun.

This lovely end-of-terrace cottage sits in the heart of Pitlochry, a pretty, historic town nestled beside the River Tummel. Explore the local independent shops and restaurants, or head to the Blair Athol distillery to sample some single malt whisky. If you're up for an adventure, journey north into the Cairngorms National Park for a stunning, rugged hike in the Highlands.


The property is a traditional, Edwardian cottage with a pretty facade and delightful decoration throughout. Begin in the heart of the home, the bright sitting room, with elegant sofas and an electric fire, all overlooking the rolling hills of Perthshire; this is where you'll want to unwind at the end of a long day exploring. Head through to the kitchen and dining space for a hearty meal at the sociable family table. The bedrooms upstairs are tranquil and pretty. There's a double master bedroom with stunning views, and a delightful single with a full-size pullout bed in addition, making it perfect for younger guests.


Outside the property sits a sloping garden, lush with grass and planting, and a raised patio, with sweet outdoor furniture, perfect for settling in to take in the country air and enjoying a meal alfresco. You can bring your dogs too, and watch them bound around this lovely space.


Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double, 1 single
  • Sleeps 3+1; an additional guest can be accomodated on the full-size pullout bed located in the single bedroom (please request this at the time of booking)
  • 1 bathroom - with shower over bath and WC
  • Gas oven, fridge and microwave
  • Electric fire in living room
  • Radio
  • TV/DVD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Roadside parking at the side of the house
  • Garden with patio and seating
  • Shops, pub, and rail station within 0.5 miles


Within easy walking distance of Pitlochry town centre, this property is perfect for families looking for easy access to local amenities. In Pitlochry, you will find a good selection of cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops for stocking up on supplies or enjoying a meal out when you’d rather not cook. Beyond the town, Perthshire’s Tummel Valley is a fantastic destination for walkers.

Follow in the footsteps of legendary plant hunters, lairds and foresters as you explore Tay Forest Park (12 miles), which is alive with wildlife and rich with history. After a long walk, stop in at the Queen’s View Visitor Centre (7 miles) for a restorative piece of cake and cup of tea, or take to the golf course for an afternoon on the green. For an adrenaline rush, take a leap of faith at Highland Fling Bungee Jumping just 4 miles away in nearby Killiecrankie or say hello to red deer and barn owls as you embark on a Highland Safari (17.5 miles), which also offers Perthshire's only gold panning experience. During your visit go explore one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland (Blair Atholl Distillery, 1 mile), try your hand at brown trout, perch and pike fishing on Loch Tummel, or enjoy a thrilling day at Splash White Water Rafting (14.5 miles) before returning to Pitlochry for a hearty meal at one of the local pubs.

This property is personally managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Mr Hanna August 2019

A quaint cottage in a wonderful location. We could walk into Pitlochry in under 5 minutes. The views from the front garden are spectacular, along Strathtay. Pitlochry has loads of attractions and offers great food from a number of pubs and restaurants. Live music at some of the pubs and the wonderful theatre provides great entertainment. As we had Read moreour Labrador with us the excellent walks into the hills, forests, lochs and rivers were amazing, and ranged from easy to challenging. Viewbank is a wonderful holiday cottage, that fully suited our needs. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Minto June 2019

This was my third time in this lovely house which feels like a real home. It is so comfortable and central in the town and has easy access to the nearby shops and transport links. The views from the house are out of this world and the terrace is a delight for sitting out on and having a meal on. The sitting room is comfortable and has a great view Read moreand lots of facilities including wifi and a sound and dvd system. The kitchen is welcoming and well equipped - if you want something you will find it - with a large table. The bathroom has both a bath and shower and is nicely arranged. The main bedroom looks out over the strath and gives a magnificent view for miles - with the two chairs you can happily sit by the window of an evening and enjoy the changing skies - and the bed is one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in. There's also a nice smaller bedroom. Pithlochry itself has a variety of attractions - it's worth mentioning the Explorers' Garden (by the Festival Theatre) with its lovely, lovely plants and vistas, and the Pitlochry and Moulin Heritage Centre as well as an interesting little museum at the Atholl Palace. You can go for a run up the valley on the number 87 bus which among other places goes to Blair Castle and Bruar Falls (and House of Bruar). There's also the option of bus or train to lovely Dunkeld with its beautiful cathedral and river and the magnificent Birnam oak on the other side of the river. If you need a touch of city life, there's Perth half an hour by train with good shops and some great museums. Be aware that the steps to the house and the stairs inside could be challenging for anyone with mobility issues. Hide

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