Inchtuthill Cottage




Victoria Brooks:-

Phone: 01738 710332
Mobile: 07868339404

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The village of Spittalfield lies on the A984 to the East of Dunkeld. Approaching from Perth on the A9 leave the main road at Bankfoot, entering the village just after the 30 mile an hour sign turn right towards Murthly ( also shows for Perth) pass under the road bridge and as the road bears left, turn right again towards Murthly and Stewart Tower Dairy. Follow the road for about 3 miles passing the Stewart Towers ice cream parlour half way along (well worth a visit) and at the end of the road turn left on to the B9099 towards Murthly. Once in Murthly keep following the road through the village down the hill, then cross the river Tay and into the village of Caputh. At the junction at the top of the hill turn right following signs for Glendelvine school and Blairgowrie A984. Shortly pass the school on the right hand side and go down the hill towards Spittalfield. On entering the village a couple of hundred yards past the thirty mile an hour sign, take a right turn down an unmarked farm road. Pass a couple of big wheelie bins on the right and follow the track for about three quarters of a mile until you come to a bend in the road with a ninety degree turn to the right, take the right turn and then at the first white cottage take a ninety degree turn to the left, follow the road keeping the farm buildings on your left, pass a turning to Easter Caputh farmhouse and continue straight ahead for another 100 yards where the road splits, turn left over a cattle grid and follow the track for another half a mile right to the end, where you will come to Inchtuthill Cottage and Inchtuthill Coach House. Parking for the Coach House is on the hard concrete standing to the left of the old wooden garage.

Please drive slowly down the farm road and be aware it can get a bit bumpy and muddy during the winter months.

On day of departure please ensure you have vacated the property by 10:00 am, to ensure we have enough time to prepare for our next guests. Thank you.