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The Tower of Lethendy, Blairgowrie, Perthshire

The Tower of Lethendy
Blairgowrie
Perthshire

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The Tower of Lethendy was originally a hunting lodge with its oldest wing dating back to 1570. Largely rebuilt in the 19th century it is surrounded by lawn and clay tennis courts, a heated pool, sauna and gym, an 18-hole (par 3) golf course and formal and woodland gardens.

Inside the “hunting lodge” you’ll find 6 double bedrooms, two twin bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, beautiful drawing rooms and dining rooms and a billiard room. There is a superb sound system throughout the house, satellite TV, DVD, internet and other modern conveniences.

This property is in immaculate condition and is an ideal location for small, upscale house parties, family reunions, golfing holidays or a chance to kick back and take a relaxing break.

Sleeps up to 16
60 minutes from Edinburgh
45 golf courses within 30 miles

LTR offer access to some of the finest private castles, including The Tower of Lethendy, and other properties in Scotland and beyond

Details

Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Historic House
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Gardens for Guest Use
Gym
Tennis Court
Swimming Pool
Central Heating - Underfloor
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