Bed and Breakfast
Bed and breakfast accommodation
surrounded by wildlife and woodlands
near Dunkeld *** Visit Scotland
Bed and breakfast at a charming stone-built home in an idyllic secluded valley, 5 minutes from Dunkeld
In one of the most idyllic settings you can imagine, Marjory Ann Anderson welcomes guests to stay for bed and breakfast at her home, a stone built house dating from the 17th century totally secluded at the top of a glen a couple of miles from Dunkeld.
The air is fresh with the scent of woodland and it is quiet and peaceful here. Ospreys fly overhead, a pine marten sometimes visits, you will often see fallow deer feeding in the meadows around about, and Marjory Ann has peacocks and doves which live in the garden.
It is quite rare to find such accommodation: this is an incredibly central base for touring Scotland with easy access to roads North, South, East and West, and yet is quietly nestled in a secluded valley surrounded by the beauties of nature.
Left and right;
Four Poster Room. Upstairs four poster bedroom and bathroom en suite.
Dovecot room. Upstairs twin bedroom with private bathroom close by. The window looks down the valley past the dovecot.
Tartan Room. Downstairs double bedroom with private shower-room close by. The carpet is Royal Stewart.
You are very welcome to sit in the large lounge which has a television, books and games, and a log fire in cold weather.
This is wonderful walking country. There's a 40 minute walk down to the Loch of the Lowes, and walks up through the forestry where you can see Canada geese (Oct-Mar) on lochs. There's a 20 minute walk through the Atholl Wood.Marjory Ann has secure accommodation for bicycles
Right; Breakfast table in the kitchen.
Breakfast is served between 7am and 8.00am.
Poached eggs, fried eggs, boiled eggs, bacon, eggs, sausages, tomatoes mushrooms, black pudding.
Cereals, porridge home-made muesli, prunes, grapefruit segments.
Toast, butter and home-made jams and marmalade.
Tea, coffee, orange juice.
There are some good places to eat in Dunkeld: Fish and chips, The Indian, The Atholl Hotel, and The Taybank Hotel which has live Scottish music in the evenings.
And if you feel like walking to and from a pub in Dunkeld, it takes between 30 and 40 minutes each way.
Prices per person per night, two people sharing and including breakfast:
Four poster room: £33
Dovecot room: £32
Tartan room: £32
Dogs are allowed in the house under supervision. No smoking.
A peacock walking in the garden.
To enquire or to book:
Mrs Marjory Ann Anderson
Mobile Tel: 07762 276693
or from outside the UK:
Mobile Tel: 44 7762 276693
Please tell Marjory Ann you found Upper Hatton through About Scotland!
Map of the area:
The road to Hatton Bed and Breakfast is off the A923 (Dunkeld to Blairgowrie)