Dunkeld House Lodges

Dunkeld House Lodges are carefully positioned to take advantage of the enchanting wooded surroundings and views overlooking the River Tay.

With 22 self-catering lodges, varying in size, style and location, there’s something to suit everyone. The stylish interiors, quality furnishings and attention to detail make it easy to relax and unwind from the moment you arrive.

All have full-size modern kitchens superbly equipped with top quality appliances, newly refurbished bathrooms, en suites, and tranquil relaxing bedrooms (two and three bedroom lodges sleep between 4-8 people). Private parking is available for every lodge.

The open-plan lounge and dining areas are spacious and each has a balcony or patio allowing you to enjoy the calm natural surroundings and breath-taking views from the comfort of your own lodge.

As a valued Lodge guest, you can enjoy access to the onsite Dunkeld House Hotel amenities including: swimming pool, steam, sauna, gym, spa, restaurant and bar. 

There is plenty to do within the Estate grounds and the range of outdoor activity experiences make it easy to enjoy the great outdoors.

Pets: we know that family holidays often include a furry four-legged friend and we have a selection of pet friendly lodges for the whole family to enjoy (Lodges 1-17). If renting, please check availability of ‘pet friendly’ accommodation directly with the rental team before booking. We regret we are unable to welcome pets to Lodges 18 – 23.

Dunkeld House lodges offer a perfect home-from-home and there are a small number of lodges available to rent or purchase throughout the year.

Current electricity charges are as follows:
Standing Charge : £0.32 per day of occupation
High Unit Charge : £0.15
Low Unit Charge : £0.10

Current gas charges are as follows:
Per Unit : £0.33

Electricity Charges Explained

A standing charge is a fixed amount paid daily to the electricity supplier. It’s a little like a connection fee, you will then also pay for the electricity units that you actually use.

A high unit charge, also known as a normal charge, is for the operation of normal domestic appliances such as cookers, fridges, kettles etc., generally through the day.

A low unit charge is also referred to as off-peak, and is for storage heating and hot water use during off-peak energy times, generally through the night.

For tips on how to maximize the efficiency of the storage heaters in your lodge you can download the ‘Storage Heating’ information sheet:

Gas Charges Explained

Gas fires are installed in Lodges 1 to 17, you will be charged for the gas units that you use during your stay.

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