Whitehills Lodge is a superior timber lodge occupying a beautiful situation in Glen Isla near Alyth, with expansive views across the valley to the hills beyond.
One of four on the site, it stands a little apart and faces away from the others, with sweeping views across the river to the hills beyond. A substantial decking area (furniture) and patio doors enable guests to enjoy the view whatever the weather.
This is a truly idyllic spot, where deer may come down to feed around the lodge morning and evening. Reached by a track from the nearby country road, it is both peaceful and safe for children and pets. Good walking from the door, cycling, fishing, ski-ing, riding and golf on several local courses mean energetic tastes are well-catered for. The Lodge is also well-situated for visiting Braemar and Royal Deeside, Dundee, Fife and St Andrews, Pitlochry and even Aviemore and the Cairngorms.
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No Pets Allowed
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