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Rillbank Cottage, Dunkeld, Perthshire

Rillbank Cottage
Waterloo
Dunkeld
Perthshire

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Phil and Wilma would like to welcome you to Rillbank Cottage, a recently renovated self catering cottage in the tiny hamlet of Waterloo just ten minutes from the historic villages of Dunkeld and Birnam and ideally situated for exploring Highland Perthshire
Newly available, this hundred year old, stone built self catering cottage comfortably accommodates 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 -3 children.
Situated on the B867 and National Cycle Route 77, between Bankfoot and Dunkeld, the cottage is within easy reach of Pitlochry, Perth, Aviemore, St Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife. Edinburgh and Glasgow are an easy drive away.
Well behaved pets welcome. The cottage is strictly non smoking.
Stunning views of open farmland.
No light pollution - the stars are amazing on clear nights!

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Months Open: All Year
Price Guide: 280 - 430 pw
Nearest Major Town: Perth
Distance: 10 miles
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