An area renowned for the diversity of it's natural and cultural heritage, where rivers, lochs, mountains and forests come together to form some of the most spectacular scenery to be found in Scotland.
Easter Dunfallandy is situated in an elevated position close to the historic Dunfallandy Pictish Stone, just 2 miles south of Pitlochry.
The house enjoys wonderful views over the picturesque Highland town, Ben-y-Vrackie Mountain and stunning Tummel Valley.
Pitlochry is renowned for the quality of its woollen / cashmere and giftware shops as well as the famous hydro dam and salmon ladder.
There is a challenging 18 hole golf course, two distillery visitors centres, wonderful game fishing, many historic castles are close by and of course, the famous Festival Theatre in the hills - where visitors can see 6 plays in 6 days is situated just a few minutes from Easter Dunfallandy
Landmarks within 10 miles with distances (Straight Line)
| Blair Athol Distillery - 0.64
|| Pitlochry Festival Theatre - 0.89
|| Dunfallandy Hill - 1.03
| An Suidhe - 1.52
|| Logierait Wood - 1.56
|| Pitlochry Golf Course - 1.61
| Pitlochry Boating Station - 1.68
|| Cnoc Loch Dunmore - 2.16
|| Dunmore Hill - 2.33
| Tay Forest Park - 2.61