Superior bed and breakfast accommodation
Heathpark House a beautiful early Victorian mansion set in
large secluded gardens
Perfect wedding guest accommodation in Blairgowie, Scotland
Also self-catering holiday apartment for rental
Coupar Angus Road
Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH10 6JT
Tel: 01250 870700
£80 per night
(based on two
double/twin en-suite room
£55-£60 per night
This beautiful family home in Rosemount, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, is the former country retreat of John Thain a shipowner from Dundee. Our Victorian villa stands in two acres of wooded gardens with ample private, off road parking available. There is a patio area for use by our guests and a barbecue available for those guests renting our self-catering apartment. The surrounding area provides an array of sporting and leisure facilities everything the walker, the fisherman, the golfer could wish for and for those who prefer sightseeing, Glamis Castle the former childhood home of the late Queen Mother is close by. The house is ideally situated for trips to Glenshee, Balmoral and the Angus Glens with the cities of Dundee and Perth 30 minutes away by car. If this is your first visit to the area you will not be disappointed and a stay in our lovely Victorian home will only add to your enjoyment. Do come and spend time with us - we look forward to welcoming you.
Loraine and Malcolm Forsyth
Places to Visit within an hour's drive
Blairgowrie is set in the Strathmore Valley and is the ideal base for touring the Angus Glens, Glen Isla, Glen Clova, and Glen Prosen.
Our home is perfectly situated for the Castle Trail; Scone Palace on route to Royal Deeside, Balmoral, Glamis Castle (birthplace of the late Queen Mother) and Blair Atholl.
There are over sixty golf courses within one hours drive including Rosemount, Alyth, Strathmore, Glenisla, Carnoustie, Downfield, Piperdam, Birnam, Kirriemuir and Forfar.
Walk The Cateran Trail; visit Loch of the Lowes RSPB Centre; visit Kirriemuir birthplace of JM Barrie (author of Peter Pan), and Kinnordy RSPB; Dunkeld (Beatrix Potter exhibition); Pitlochry, and Crieff.