The Gardeners Cottage

Pitlochry | Scotland
Tourist Licence Number: PK11051F






The Gardeners Cottage is a cosy two-bedroom retreat situated within the Eastertyre estate, minutes from the small village of Logierait and 10 minutes to the nearby popular town of Pitlochry.

The two-bedroom cottage which has been furnished to an exceptionally high standard sleeps 4 people creating an idyllic escape with family and close friends. The quiet setting, great location and stunning views makes The Gardeners Cottage a well-situated property to explore Perthshire and the many rural activities nearby.

Downstairs you will find the open plan kitchen and dining area featuring modern appliances including induction hob/oven, washing machine, and dishwasher. The dining area with island and stools then opens into the living area comprising comfortable sofa seating, multifuel stove for those colder nights and SmartTV. The cottage also has WIFI throughout.

A convenient downstairs bathroom adjacent to living area also features a WC and wash basin.

On the first floor you will find two double bedrooms both with free standing storage, bedside tables, integral lighting, and USB charging ports. The shared family bathroom which is accessed via the landing features a walk-in shower, WC, and wash basin, there is also an additional WC on first floor.

Externally the property has a garden space complete with table and chair seating for 4. There is shared access to a secure barn facility for bike / canoe storage, plus clothesline for drying wetsuits and an outdoor tap.

Parking is provided. The property is situated within a courtyard area where there are neighbouring properties.

The Gardeners Cottage welcomes up to 2 dogs. Charges apply. Dogs must be kept on leads within the property grounds.


Ideally situated within the Tay Forest Park, The Gardeners Cottage is the perfect location to explore rural Perthshire or for those looking to travel a little further, a base to tour the Highlands and the central belt of Scotland.

Our location benefits those who love the outdoors with a growing abundance of activities nearby, including active spots such as walking, cycling, fishing, skiing (seasonal) and water sports. If you are feeling extra adventurous then try the 14 adrenalin-fuelled water & land adventure activities available at nearby Nae Limits. They offer some of the best white water rafting Scotland has to offer, plus canyoning, quad biking, clay pigeon shooting, adventure tubing and gorge walking.

By prior arrangement guests are able to fish for salmon and trout in season (at cost) on one of the most highly regarded beats on the River Tay. Please contact us for more information on this.

If you are looking to play golf, there are a good number of quality local courses including Pitlochry (15 minutes) and Strathtay (4 minutes) plus the Gleneagles championship course is a 45-minute drive in Auchterarder.

Culture is also in its abundance with an array of gardens, castles and places of significant interest including The Scottish Crannog Centre, Blair Castle, Castle Menzies and Scone Palace.

There are many local restaurants and pubs in the vicinity of Logierait and Pitlochry plus House of Bruar also offers an array of options for both dining in and take away.

If you are looking to sample a wee dram then we have several distilleries all available for visits including Dewar's, Edradour, Blair Atholl and Famous Grouse.

Whether you have a passion for adventure sport, wildlife, whisky or walking, or simply want to have a relaxing break, you will never be short of something new to experience in this wonderful area.


On Monday, 15 Apr 2024
The airbnb was immaculate. All the amenities were excellent. The furnishing and art was very tasteful. The location was quiet and rural. It was close to very interesting towns such ad Pitlochry. Killin and Aberfeldy are reasonably close and very interesting.
On Saturday, 17 Feb 2024
Lovely, comfortable base from which to explore the area.
On Friday, 16 Feb 2024
Excellent location and accommodation.
On Friday, 17 Nov 2023
The cottage was beautiful, spotless, and so cosy. The location is great for exploring the local tourist sites.
On Friday, 13 Oct 2023
Great place to stay and chill out, fantastic venue with top notch kitchen.
On Friday, 14 Jul 2023
A beautifully equipped, comfortable cottage in peaceful location, but only a short drive to Aberfeldy and Loch Tay in one direction and Pitlochry in the other. All local attractions easily accessible. We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay
On Friday, 07 Jul 2023
Beautifully appointed cottage , very comfortable and clean throughout.
On Sunday, 21 May 2023
On Sunday, 09 Apr 2023
A little slice of heaven where my children and I felt so happy, relaxed and welcome!
On Monday, 13 Feb 2023
The cottage was beautifully clean and very well equipped with great quality furnishings and equipment in the kitchen. It was really handy to have additional WCs as well as the shower room. Hosts were very responsive to an issue we had on arrival. There’s lots to do in the area.
On Friday, 05 Aug 2022
We loved the peace and quiet and beautiful scenic views. A lot of thought was put into this very comfortable cottage which was very well equipped and attention was paid to detail.

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