South Persie House, located on the sister estate 13 miles south of Dalmunzie, is a substantial, elegant house offering stylish accommodation and the added luxury of its very own swimming pool. This 5 bedroom house is surrounded by 2 acres of garden and plenty of mature trees, providing privacy from others, whilst still being conveniently close to Bridge of Cally and Blairgowrie.Details BOOK
Lochsie is described as the ideal honeymoon cottage. Located down its own little driveway, it looks away from the other cottages towards the golf course and up to the spectacular hills on the Estate.Details BOOK
Dalmunzie House is the latest addition to the Estates' self catering accommodation, being the previous principal Estate house. Recently refurbished to luxury standards the house is set apart down its own drive with extensive lawns and enjoys views down Glen Lochsie and the majestic Ben Gulabin.Details BOOK
Glenlochsie is a bungalow situated to the back of the farm, with spectacular mountain views of Glen Taitneach and Ben Gulabin which rises 1,500 feet above Glenlochsie, and is an excellent challenge for walking enthusiasts.Details BOOK
Arranged over two 2 floors, there are a twin bedded room, a double bedroom, bathroom and separate WC upstairs, and a twin bedded room, sitting room with woodburning stove and kitchen/dining room downstairs.Details BOOK
Sauchmore is situated a quarter of a mile past Dalmunzie Hotel and has beautiful views towards the golf course, glen and hills above; these can be seen from the garden or from inside the sitting room through the large French windows.Details BOOK
The ground floor of the Dower House has been fully adapted for disabled access featuring a walk-in wet room with wheelchair accessible shower and toilet opposite a twin bedroom. The rear entrance is accessed by a ramp. This large kitchen has a dining area which seats 10 people.Details BOOK
The Spittal of Glenshee snow gates are on the #snowroad scenic route through the Cairgorms National Park. This route, that runs along the side of Dalmunzie Estate, is the highest main road in the UK and most famous for the "Devils Elbow" turn.
The park is installing artworks at the laybys along the route that enhance the landscape and view points.
Incredible week. Started thinking we hadn't enough jumpers and by the end of the week we were sunburnt! Now I remember why the glen so inspired me all those years ago when working here in Denis Winton's day. Was so pleased to see bits of the train here as my partner didn't believe me! I was so chuffed that I still managed to clear the river on the 1st and the 7th on the golf course - shame I'm useless at putting. I'm not a golfer but here is special. Also saw more deer than I have ever seen - two herds of around 100 in each. Such a viewing spot!Diana