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Eastwood House

Eastwood can accommodate up to 18 adults/children with a further two children’s beds available in the family room. Our 5 public rooms at ground floor level, and the majority of the 9 bedrooms above, are south facing with stunning river, hill and Dunkeld views. The house is well stocked with logs and kindling from our woods for the open fires in the public rooms, all of which are in working order, and the entrance hall stove. The house has gas fired central heating throughout and a new storage and distribution system guaranteeing plenty of hot water at all times. Our gardens are open to all to explore and enjoy and we have trout and salmon fishing, by arrangement, in our named Tay salmon pools.

The Public Rooms

A delightful series of interconnected, ground floor, public rooms overlooking, and opening to, the gardens and river

  • Reception Hall – light, bright, double height space with large wood burning stove
  • Library – small library & card room for guests use
  • Drawing Room – very comfortable room with a beautiful outlook to the gardens and with a cosy, open fire
  • Morning Room – delightful, small sitting room with French doors to the gardens and teak carved open fire
  • Dining Room – lovely room with open fire, French doors to riverside gardens and seating for 18 people
  • Games Room – pool table, darts and table football
  • Butlers Pantry – additional storage area with fridge, freezer, and washing machine
  • Sitting Room – bright, sunny sitting room linked to kitchen with open fire, TV, DVD player and iPod dock
  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room – well equipped and designed kitchen fitted with gas-fired AGA, integrated electric cooker/microwave, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher

The Bedrooms

Spacious, simply decorated and furnished bedrooms, most with lovely, south facing views. All with comfy beds, freshly made cotton bedding and with towels provided.

  • Front Bedroom  – double aspect room with stunning views, wash basin and a kingsize bed.
  • Octagonal Bedroom – lovely double bedroom with wash basin and probably the best views in the house!
  • Alexander’s Bedroom – great family size room with king bed, two single beds and south facing, river views
  • Lady B’s Bedroom – superking or twin bed room with south facing bay window giving panoramic views across river
  • Brass Bedroom – delightful super king or twin bed room with south facing, river views
  • Granny’s Bedroom – double bedroom with south facing, river views
  • Nanny’s Bedroom – rear facing room with either a superking or twin beds
  • Old Nursery – rear facing double bedroom
  • Mouse Bedroom –either a superking or twin bed room with views over the front garden
  • Bathrooms – 2 no. traditional style bathrooms with WC’s and luxuriously deep, roll top baths. One also has a walk in shower
  • Shower rooms – 3 no. contemporary style shower rooms with deluge head shower fittings, WC’s and wash hand basins

The Gardens

Eastwood’s magical, south facing gardens stretch out along the north bank of the River Tay for about ¾ km, just downstream of Dunkeld’s beautiful Telford Bridge. With just under 9 acres the gardens boast riverside paths, the rose garden, a hidden folly, hillside woodlands and lovely specimen trees, rhododendrons and azaleas. They are a haven of beauty and tranquillity.

Eastwood also enjoys access to the River Tay for trout and salmon fishing by arrangement. We have two named pools on the beat, Ferry Pool and St. Mary’s stream. St. Mary’s stream is an excellent wading pool and the rose garden folly and stone table sit alongside the river’s edge providing an excellent picnicking spot for all.

Besides a wide range of birds, butterflies and insects we have resident deer, tawny owls, kingfishers, red squirrels, newts and slow worms. This year we have also seen ‘the Lady’, the resident osprey from the Loch of the Lowes, fishing in the river by the house.

A stroll through the garden to the western-most gate takes you to the Tay path into Dunkeld, a walk of about 10 minutes from the house.

The Eastwood gardens are constantly evolving and as part of the ongoing improvements we will be creating more outdoor seating areas and decks, a play area and improved access to the river.