No 6B Cathedral Street lies within one of the most photographed streets in Scotland. It is living history, with antiques and generous creature comforts. A stroll away are 7 places to eat; tempting shops; music ranges from gentle fiddle playing of neighbour, the internationally renowned folk singer Dougie Maclean, to guest classical musicians within the Cathedral; art galleries and year round Beatrix Potter Exhibition.
Above the front door is the last local marriage lintel of 1737. Windows also look onto Water Wynd, used by medieval monks to haul up their boats. Owned by author Ann Lindsay, whose 19th Century family photos and book jacket covers decorate the walls.
No 6B Cathedral Street in Dunkeld has seen 1000 years of history pass by.
St. Columbia's bones rested at Dunkeld, his followers having established a monastery; the effigy of a legendary warrior, the dastardly Wolf of Badenoch's is within the Cathedral; Robbie Burns visited famous fiddler Neil Gow in 1787; Queen Victoria was 'much pleased' to visit many times; J.M. Barrie's 'Little Minister' was filmed there; Alexander Mackenzie, first Canadian Prime Minister spent his childhood here.
No 6B was a pre information church house for the parish of Kinloch, which lies along the picturesque route of five lochs, one of which is the Osprey haven at the Loch of the Lowes.
* seven eating places are within walking distance, ranging from the 4 Star Hilton
Dunkeld House Hotel, to brasseries, acclaimed Indian restaurant and a good
fish & chip shop
* also a minute's walk away are shops which include a bakery; Menzies, a
licensed grocery founded in 18 Century and now a deli with wine section; an
outstanding flower, fruit & vegetable shop; a newsagent; Kettles, a honey pot
of a hardware shop with baskets galore; the famous Dunkeld Smoked Salmon
shop; boutiques; hairdresser and beautician; antiques; deerskin shop; best of
* within half an hours drive are Castles, such as Blair Castle, Glamis Castle and Scone Palace with gardens galore, from the magnificence of the Hercules Garden at Blair Castle, to the formality of Drummond Castle Gardens, backdrop for film of Rob Roy.