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Discover Dungarthill House, a graceful Victorian country estate nestled in the picturesque Highland countryside. Located in the heart of Scotland, it’s the perfect venue for memorable gatherings, whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary, or a special family event. Enjoy breathtaking views of Perthshire as you relax in this spacious country retreat. With 11 bedrooms accommodating up to 21 guests, charming fireplaces, a billiards room, and beautifully decorated living spaces, you’ll find everything you need for an unforgettable getaway. Explore extensive outdoor gardens and create cherished memories with loved ones.
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Dungarthill House is an elegant, Victorian country house set in its own charming landscape on the Highland fringe. Located in the ‘heart of Scotland’, Dungarthill House is the ideal retreat for gathering friends and family for special occasions, whether it is a birthday, anniversary, or a family celebration. With incredible views over the Perthshire countryside, this spacious country house offers the perfect setting for spending time with your nearest and dearest. The house can accommodate up to 21 guests across 11 bedrooms, and boasts open fire places, a billiards room, beautifully decorated living areas, and extensive outdoor gardens to enjoy.
Dungarthill House, an exquisite Victorian country residence, graces the Highland fringe with its captivating presence. Nestled amidst its picturesque surroundings, this house stands as a splendid haven in the very heart of Scotland—a perfect sanctuary for bringing together friends and family on those special occasions, be it a birthday, anniversary, or a cherished family gathering.
With sweeping vistas that stretch across the scenic landscape of Perthshire, this generously proportioned country manor provides an idyllic backdrop for quality time with your loved ones. Accommodating up to 21 guests across 11 meticulously appointed bedrooms, Dungarthill House features inviting open fireplaces, a billiards room for leisurely pursuits, exquisitely adorned living spaces, and expansive outdoor gardens that beckon you to savor the outdoors.
The central location of Dungarthill House in Perthshire makes it an excellent choice for golfing groups, with ten golf courses within a 30 minute drive. Dunkeld and Birnam is within a 10-minute drive, Gleneagles is 45 minutes away, and St Andrews is 1 hour 15 minutes away.
Dungarthill House is in the perfect location for gathering friends and family for that special occasion - whether that be a birthday, anniversary or wedding party. There are also plenty of activities in the local area to enjoy with your friends and family should you wish to venture outside Dungarthill’s grounds.
Dungarthill is a spacious country house offering you and your group the opportunity to enjoy some quality time in a private setting. Guests can enjoy leisurely meals in a relaxing environment, as well as games in the Billiards Room, and a cozy snug to relax and enjoy your favorite tipple while the fire roars.
With over 2000 acres of lush glens, lochs, wilderness and beaches, guests can enjoy a wide array of activities right on the estate. From a raucous game of woodland laser tag to foraging and fishing, the possibilities of what you can do are almost endless. We’ll take care of all the minute details, coordination and planning for you — you just need to show up for the fun. And, if you want to head off the property for a day, the Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Club, pubs, and village are just a short walk from Dunskey. All activities must be booked at least 30 days prior to arrival.
Dungarthill House was built in the late 19th century as a gift for one of the Cox Brothers, the renowned jute manufacturers from Dundee who went on to supply sandbags during the First World War. The Cox Brothers started their company in 1841 and went on to run the world’s largest jute factory at Camperdown Works in the city from 1849. They imported fibres from the Hoogli river in Calcutta, India, where local businessmen later opened their own factories to compete with Scottish manufacturers. The sandbags made from jute and used during the First World War proved to be vital lifesavers and were able to block shrapnel and bullets during battle.
Dunkeld, Scotland, PH8 0JE