Little Puddockwells is a stone built detached cottage which is adjacent to the owner's property. It is furnished to a good standard and is very well maintained. The cottage is very cosy with oil fired central heating. There is an open plan kitchen/living room. The kitchen includes the dining area and is fully fitted with a fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave and electric cooker. The living room has 2 comfortable sofas with a large TV, DVD player and Freeview. There is also a CD player/radio. Upstairs there are two twin bedrooms with plenty of storage available. The bathroom is fitted with a bath, a good shower over the bath and a heated towel rail. The garden, equipped with comfortable garden furniture, allows you to enjoy the peace and quiet while watching and listening to our local wildlife. The cottage is sheltered from prevailing winds but there are super views from the garden. There is plenty of parking space. Linen, towels, dish towels, heating and electricity are included in the rates. The cottage is strictly non-smoking and well behaved pets are welcome. Please note that during high season, bookings are from Saturday to Saturday only.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay3 - 7 nights
2 bedroom detached cottage sleeping up to 4 people.
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- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- 15 Nov 2018
About Andrea Cox
We are a family of 5. I am a teacher, my husband is a Director at Landrover Experience Scotland and we have 3 grown up children. We have lived in Dunkeld since 1997 and just love living in such a beautiful part of Highland Perthshire.
Andrea Cox purchased this Cottage in 2002
Why Andrea Cox chose Dunkeld
The cottage is next door to us and we completely renovated it by taking it back to the 4 stone walls and starting again. It is now a modern, cosy cottage with all mod cons and wonderful views over the beautiful countryside. My husband was born and lived in this area until he was 18 and it was lovely returning to the area to live as a family in 1997.
What makes this Cottage unique
The scenery and absolute peace and quiet while watching and listening to the wildlife around.
Lovey cozy cottage in a great location
We had lovey time staying here. We got a friendly welcome from the owners, we did not need to contact them as the cottage is well equipped. The garden was nice and leads into a good walk. The kids loved it, we had deer come close to the cottage a couple of times, they also liked to spot birds of prey, red squirrels etc.
It is a great location to explore all the wonderful sights, and great walks.
We would definitely recommend the cottage and stay here again if we are in the area.
Thank you for your lovely response. It sums up what the cottage is all about. We enjoyed meeting you and your lovely family and hope to see you again in the near future.
Perfect retreat from the busy world
comfortable holiday,quiet location
a lovely clean well equipped cottage in a lovely setting
The property was just as expected, clean and tidy with everything needed for a comfortable stay.
This was the second holiday spent in Dunkeld and the property once again did not disappoint. With peaceful and quiet surroundings who would want to stay anywhere else!
Nice cottage in beautiful countryside. All there what you need.
Been there with a family of 4 and our dog. We loved it. Short drive to next villages with coffees and restaurants. The cottage offers all you need and Andrea is a great host.
A beautiful countryside retreat
Little Puddockwells provides the perfect base for exploring the best that Perthshire has to offer, whether you are looking for action packed adventure, more gentle exploration or peaceful tranquility. The cottage has everything you need to make for a relaxing self catering stay, with a wide variety of places available in the surrounding area for eating out. Whatever the time of year, Little Puddockwells feeds the soul.
Thank you for your lovely review. I am so glad you had such a fantastic stay enjoying our beautiful part of the world. We love it too! Andrea
Little Puddockwells is situated 4 miles from the beautiful Cathedral town of Dunkeld in Highland Perthshire. Dunkeld sits on the banks of the River Tay opposite the Victorian village of Birnam. They are linked by the magnificent Telford Bridge which was built in 1809. Dunkeld has a wonderful selection of independent shops, galleries, bars and restaurants. Birnam has much to offer too. Beatrix Potter spent many childhood holidays along the banks of the River Tay and there is a garden and exhibition devoted to her. You can also visit the majestic Birnam Oak of Shakespeare's play 'Macbeth'. 2 miles away from Little Puddockwells lies the Loch of Lowes, the Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve where the ospreys are on full view along with Great Crested Grebe and otters. Edinburgh and Glasgow are about 1.5 hours away, Inverness 2 hours away and Perth only 25 min away. The House of Bruar (Harrods of Scotland!) is just 40 min away with wonderful shopping, waterfall and restaurant.
Golf: There are 40 golf courses in Perthshire.
The nearest ones are:
Dunkeld and Birnam 18 hole golf course, offering great golf with the most amazing views. Very welcoming to all visitors or just come along for a drink or sample their great food.
Blairgowrie- 2 championship courses (Rosemount and Lansdowne) plus the 9 hole Wee Course.
Other golf courses can be visited at Pitlochry, Crieff, Comrie, Alyth, Perth, Aberfeldy, Blair Atholl, Taymouth Castle (Kenmore) and of course at Gleneagles which is only 45 min away.
Ski: Scotland has five ski centres. Glenshee is 45 min away, Cairngorm is 1.25 h away and the Lecht is 1 hr 40 min away.
Glenshee Ski Centre offers the UK's most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities. Glenshee's impressive 21 lifts and 36 runs offer an amazing diversity of natural terrain for all standards of skiers and snowboarders.
CairnGorm Mountain has a reputation as one of the most beautiful and sometimes challenging places to ski in the UK, as well as boasting Scotland's only funicular railway. It is located just a short distance from the main A9 arterial route which runs between Perth and Inverness. It has 12 lifts and 22 runs for all abilities.
The Lecht is smaller but offers some of the most consistent snow in Scotland, especially as there is also a facility for snow-making. It occupies a stunning location in the eastern Cairngorms and is accessed from one of the most scenically beautiful roads in Scotland, the A939. There are 18 runs.
Additional pricing information
Changeover day is normally a Saturday but please ask if you wish something different and we may well be able to accommodate you. A non-returnable deposit of £100 per week is required to secure any booking. The balance is to be paid 30 days prior to your arrival. The key will be made available from 4 pm on the day of your arrival and the cottage must be vacated by 10 am on the day of departure.