Newly built architect designed holiday house, featuring a fabulous glass-fronted extension with glorious views across the rolling fields and glen.
This charming 19th century cottage has been sympathetically renovated, resulting in a cosy and exceptionally stylish holiday property.
Luxury holiday accommodation, designed with a discerning eye for style and comfort
Tucked up one of Perthshire's most scenic glens, this small family run Highland estate is located on the southern fringe of the Cairngorm National Park. To the north there is nothing but miles of rugged heather moorland and mountains, and to the south east the gently rolling pastures and wooded hills of Strathardle. With 3,000 acres to explore it's the perfect place to escape from it all, unwind and reconnect with nature.
And although it feels wonderfully remote, it's only 15 minutes drive from the popular visitor hub of Pitlochry, and perfectly located for taking off on day trips, whether it be Royal Deeside to the north east, Aviemore and Loch Ness to the north or one of the many famous castles in the area such as Blair Castle, Scone Palace and Glamis. For the more adventurous, you can take your pick of adrenaline fuelled watersports on offer locally, from white water rafting and canyoning to bungee jumping and Landrover safaris (Activities).
Straloch is particularly good for families. There is masses to do and the freedom to do it, like cycling up and down the quiet estate roads, exploring the Walled Garden, den building in the Millennium Wood or toasting marsh mallows on the island. We are dog friendly too, so all the family can come on holiday!
Click on the video below to get a bird's eye view of our dramatic landscape. (Please note: much of the forest behind Straloch House is to be felled this year so it will look very different to how it appears in the film)
Whether it's a gentle stroll around the loch, a wander round the Millennium Wood or an energetic yomp high up into the hills, there is no shortage of beautiful walks on Straloch.
Both upland and lowland wildlife abounds. On the heather hills there are Red deer, Red and black Grouse, Short-eared Owl, Raven, Hen Harrier and Merlin. Lower down in the woodlands around the cottages there's a huge variety of birds, from Siskens and Great Spotted Woodpeckers to summer migrants such as Wood Warblers and Redstart. The loch is alive with duck and wading birds and there's a heronry of Grey Herons on the island. We have a lively population of Red Squirrels on the estate which you can see them on the feeder most days and even get close enough to photograph them.
If mountain or road biking is more your thing, there are plenty of great routes to choose from including our own hill road and Kindrogan Forest. There's a hard tennis court available and a games room, shared between the two holiday houses - perfect for rainy days or evening entertainment.
Or simply sit back and enjoy the scenery.
Whatever it is you love to do on your holiday, Straloch gives you the freedom to do it.