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Sally and David are happy to announce that, following a thorough inspection by Visit Scotland,  Garden Cottage and Red Squirrel Cottage have both been awarded a 5* Grading for Self Catering Accommodation by the Quality Assurance Panel.   The 1 and 2 bedroom cottages can be booked separately or...

In addition to the excellent reviews we receive on Trip Advisor, many guests also leave feedback in our Visitors Book. Here is an extract of recent comments received from our guests.  Further detailed comments can be found in the pages attached. "Simply perfect, perfect, perfect."  Guest book 4 "You...

The following Access Statement provides details of the facilities and services available at Cuil-an-Duin. Access Statement...

The following report highlights actions taken and our commitment towards sustainability and quality in line with the recommendations of the Visit Scotland Sustainability and Quality Actions for Small Serviced Accommodation Sustainable Tourism 2017...

Cuil-an-Duin Country House are now members of the Visit Scotland Classic Cars Welcome scheme. All members of this scheme provide extra services and facilities for owners of classic and sports cars, including basic tools and washing facilities, knowledge of specialist local repairers; and can help...

A boutique bed and breakfast in Highland Perthshire has been awarded five stars by the national tourism organisation. Cuil-an-Duin Country House, located just outside Pitlochry, was presented with VisitScotland’s highest Quality Assurance (QA) accolade in recognition of its exceptional standards. Originally built as a private residence for...

  Following our recent visit by an incognito Visit Scotland quality and tourism advisor, we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a 5 Star grading, achieving an overall 'exceptional ( 5 Star) standard' in each of the key assessment areas.  The advisor highlighted a number of  areas in...

Many of our guests ask about the history of Cuil-an-Duin - when it was built and who lived here.   Cuil-an-Duin was built in 1925 as the private residence for Lord James Stewart-Murray, the future 9th Duke of Atholl.  The house was originally owned by Atholl Estate...