Holiday Cottages & Castles in Scotland

Most keen salmon fishers are already dreaming of next year’s elusive triumphs!  Cottages & Castles, being Perthshire based, can offer you some great self-catering houses near the River Tay for the season ahead.  If it is proximity to the beat, good quality houses and a welcoming retreat at the end of the day, then cast about no more. Whether it is a group or a family, we will find you something very comfortable and welcoming that fits the bill – you can bank on it!

This is Mill Hole – a gorgeously presented cottage at Glendelvine –  big baths, open fires, crisp white linens and beds to sink into and a pleasant stroll down to the river. What more could you ask?

 

Customer reviews of The Mill Hole

Big or small, gracious or compact have a look at our website or call us on 01738 451610

CKD Galbraith Sporting, our sister company, are also based in Perthshire and ideally placed to arrange your complete sporting package. In addition to fishing, we can find you grouse, pheasant and partridge shooting and deer stalking

If you have a family group then Perthshire is full of activities for old and young – riding, walking, extreme sports, gliding, mountain biking, golf – the list is long and fun and day trips to the Highlands or cities like Edinburgh are readily made.

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