Mo Dachaidh is Gaelic for ‘My Home’ and you are sure to feel at home in this beautiful house.
Sleeping 8, this spacious property has 2 en-suite double bedrooms and 2 twin rooms as well as a family bathroom and downstairs toilet. One of the double rooms is on the ground floor.
With its open fire, bespoke plaid drapes and stylish furniture, the elegant living room certainly has the ‘wow’ factor.
Double French doors open onto a pretty garden and offer magnificent views towards Glen Lyon; the longest and loveliest glen in Scotland. The large dining kitchen is ideal for family dining and there is also a large utility room with fridge freezer.
One dog is very welcome by prior arrangement. See our dog friendly policy here
We require a good housekeeping deposit (GHD) of £200 in the form of a pre-authorised card payment. Please see our Terms and Conditions for full details.
Mo Dachaidh is located in the hamlet of Keltneyburn which is a 5-7 minute drive from the town of Aberfeldy.
Aberfeldy has a wealth of shops including a large supermarket, butchers, bakers and Deli. Along with various gift and craft shops and an winning book shop, there are lots of places to eat.
Aberfeldy also has a petrol station, medical centre, dentist, vet, banks and ATMs and Post Office.
There is a wide selection of outdoor activities in the area such as:
Nearby are castles and distilleries, a community owned cinema and Theatre. Various festivals and music events run throughout the year. This great little town really does have something for everyone!
Water sports are available at Kenmore on Loch Tay, only a 5 minute drive away. We also have the Scottish Crannog Centre with is a great attraction for all the family.
Kenmore is also home to the new Loch Tay Safari centre, part of the award winning Highland Safaris based in Dull.
On the way to Kenmore you pass Karelia House, which is a wonderful craft centre and shop with a lovely café.
The Area page has additional details of the wonderful activities and restaurants in the area.