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Auld Smiddy Cottage Pitlochry

Auld Smiddy Cottage Pitlochry


Washing machine Microwave, Dishwasher

Free Wi-Fi, LCD TV, DVD, CD player, MP3 docking station, radio alarms

Wood burning stove with large basket of logs

Sunny enclosed rear garden with decking, garden furniture and BBQ

Pet friendly accommodation £25 per pet

Short breaks welcome

Sorry No Smoking

What Guests Say

" Super weekend break at the cottage. Enjoyed dinner at the Moulin Inn. Recommend Atholl Palace for a swim. Beautiful views at Queens view. The Reynnos family & grandparents "
December 2016

Extensively renovated, charming stone cottage situated within the picturesque Perthshire hamlet of Moulin close to the highland town of Pitlochry and adjacent to the renowned Moulin Inn.

This traditional self-catering cottage has a charm all of its own. It is stone built and was originally the parish blacksmith`s home. Now lovingly refurbished it offers a cosy and welcoming base for your Pitlochry holiday.

Downstairs the sitting room has a feature stone fireplace and cosy wood burning stove.

The kitchen is well equipped with fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, electric hob and oven and leads through to the lovely bright sun room and dining area. Doors lead out into the bright, enclosed rear garden with decking and BBQ, ideal for entertaining.

The first of the double bedrooms is downstairs. Delightfully furnished this attractive bedroom has a modern ensuite with shower attachment above the bath. Heated towel rails warm the towels provided.

This bathroom is also accessible from a small hallway leading from the living room.

Upstairs are two further bedrooms - a beautifully furnished double bedroom and a very inviting and spacious twin room. Both have ample storage. The ensuite has stylish large sink with storage underneath, good electric shower and heated towel rail. With its "Jack and Jill" doors it can be accessed conveniently from both bedrooms.

The spacious twin room is very inviting and has ample storage.

Oil heating and electricity are all included and a basket of logs is provided for the stove.

Well behaved pets are welcome by arrangement £25 per pet

Bed linen and towels are provided

Auld Smiddy Cottage Pitlochry Prices and Availability from July 2018
( To make a booking or an enquiry simply click on the first day of your proposed visit )

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Auld Smiddy Cottage Pitlochry Prices

per week
Price per
extra night
23rd Jun 2018 to
28th Sep 2018
£ 750 £ 485 for 2 nights 2 nights£ 53
29th Sep 2018 to
26th Oct 2018
£ 725 £ 485 for 2 nights 2 nights£ 48
27th Oct 2018 to
20th Dec 2018
£ 675 £ 435 for 2 nights 2 nights£ 48
21st Dec 2018 to
3rd Jan 2019
£ 825 £ 750 for 4 nights 4 nights£ 30
4th Jan 2019 to
5th Apr 2019
£ 675 £ 435 for 2 nights 2 nights£ 48
6th Apr 2019 to
24th May 2019
£ 750 £ 485 for 2 nights 2 nights£ 53
25th May 2019 to
6th Sep 2019
£ 750 £ 485 for 2 nights 2 nights£ 53





If your chosen home & dates are available, please complete a Booking Request Form by clicking on your chosen date, and we will confirm your booking by return, usually within 24 hrs.

If you prefer you can telephone us (+44) 01796 470048 and we can deal with your enquires in person.

Our office hours are 9.00am - 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 9.00am - 3.00pm Saturday.

A 25% deposit secures your holiday with the balance payable 7 weeks prior to the start of your stay.


What Auld Smiddy Cottage Pitlochry Guests Say

" Lovely cottage and the sun room was a delight, opening into the garden in the sunshine. It’s really cosy and in an ideal location, central with a charming pub next door. We would highly recommend it. "
May 2018

" This is a lovely well appointed cottage beside the peaceful and friendly Moulin Hotel. Great place to stay "
May 2018

" Lovely cottage- had a great stay loved it. Elaine, Catherine, Murdo & Lesley "
May 2017

" We have had a very enjoyable week staying in this lovely cottage. We have stayed mainly local for our walks and eating out. We very much enjoyed our trip to the Theatre. Although we didnt have a lot of sun, the weather stayed mainly dry but with just enough rainfall to ensure the waterfalls put on a good show! We particularly enjoyed visiting the Black Spout, the Birks of Aberfeldy, the falls of Bruar and the Hermitage. Also went to Edinburgh to sample the Fringe for the first time. Will be sorry to leave but hope to return one day. Thank you for providing us with lovely accommodation. The Balleston family, S. Staffs "
August 2016

" Super weekend break at the cottage. Enjoyed dinner at the Moulin Inn. Recommend Atholl Palace for a swim. Beautiful views at Queens view. The Reynnos family & grandparents "
December 2016

" We have had a lovely week walking through the Scottish countryside with our French friends and eating/drinking in lovely Scottish pubs. Well- equipped when we have wanted to dine at home, warm and comfortable and well located. Many thanks, Owen family "
April 2017

" Very clean and comfortable house with an interesting history. . well equipped and nicely decorated. 2 bathrooms, one with an over- the- bath shower, the other with a walk-in shower. Dishwasher and washing machine. Nice outside space with picnic bench and a wee burn at the end of the garden. . 1 mile up the hill from Pitlochry town with easy parking just over the road in the local square. Food available in the pub next door. "
July 2018

" Yet another enjoyable stay in our favourite cottage. Usual BBQ, walks etc. Craigower Hill does not seem to get any lower!! Ben Vrakie a bridge too far! About to leave, but already looking forward to next year. Brian, Susan, Kate, Lloyd & Cardine, Edinburgh & London "
April 2017

" Great location for Munro family weekend celebrating Alison`s 50th ! Great walks, enjoyed the pub. Cottage has everything needed. Thanks ! "
April 2016

" Lovely stay in a warm and comfortable cottage ideally situated for dinner at the Moulin preceded by an appetite building march up and down Ben Vrackie. Nick, Sophie & Evelyn, Edinburgh "
December 2016

" We have had a lovely stay here thank you. The cottage is in a lovely location and we enjoyed sitting out on the decking in the late afternoon sunshine having been out all day wondering the hills with our two dogs. The cottage is cosy and warm and facilities good. Hope we will be back. Julie & Phil "
April 2017

" Fantastic accommodation and a brilliant day. Beautiful, beautiful countryside- scenery to die for, a walker`s paradise! A beautiful, peaceful and serene location. Open fire, liquid refreshments and grand company. A once in a life time experience and memories to hold dear for always. Thank you very much. Greg & Mary, Australia "
May 2017

" Our second visit to the cottage. Weather could have been kinder, however, we still had some wonderful walks and visits. The cottage once again has been excellent" The Leydens "
October 2016

" Two weeks of sheer pleasure with great friends. The Auld Smiddy is lovely and comfy with everything you need. Beds very comfortable. Enjoyed sitting in the sun room watching the birds feeding and listening to the burn. The fellas enjoyed the liquid refreshment next door at the Moulin Inn and the food is to be recommended. Ideally situated for great days out. A visit to the Festival Theatre is a must. Would love to return in the future! Joy & Brian, Alison & Philip & Lucie, Hertfordshire "
July 2016

" A lovely, cosy cottage situated in a fabulous location although a bit of a hike to the pub, ok, maybe not! Had some nice walks from the door into Pitlochry and along Faskally to Killiecrankie in stunning scenery. We were three couples celebrating my wife`s 50th birthday and have had a fantastic time, thank you The Snowdens, the Hoggans & the Thomsons, Fife "
September 2016

" We have enjoyed another fantastic stay in The Auld Smiddy. Still managed our usual pursuits despite the showery weather. The enchanting forest at Faskally never disappoints for a picnic. Cant wait to come back! "
May 2016

" Stayed at the cottage for The Etape. Very well equipped and comfortable. We were able to enjoy the sunshine in the courtyard and Huey enjoyed the toys! Rose family, Yorkshire "
May 2016

" What a lovely house we really enjoyed our visit here. We went up Ben Vrakie, most of us came down again. The Moulin Inn had some great food, the roast pork belly was really good. We really liked staying here thank you so much! Hermansen & Jensen "
July 2016

" What a lovely cottage, very comfortable and homely, log fire was a great bonus. Ideal location next door to the pub. Meals and staff were excellent. "
January 2017

" Smiddy Cottage was exactly what we needed when we needed it. Everything worked perfectly. Many thanks, David "
May 2018

" Thanks for an awesome stay! Love this place- such a great place to stay for some down time before we embarked on our big journey. Cant wait to come back! Made full use of the location! Turns out the pub let us take a few drinks next door-splendid!! See you soon Scotland, thank you so much. The Watts/Jacksons "
July 2016

" The Auld Smiddy cottage- a lovely place to stay in a fabulous location. Great walks from the front door, including Ben Vrackie. Pitlochry just downhill, lots of good places to eat and drink, lots of lovely shops to spend money! Pitlochry Theatre- a great place to be highly entertained with a variety of plays and musicals. Shame its such a long walk to the local pub to quench our thirst- a joy on our front door step! Hope to return to this lovely cottage and its beautiful surroundings. The Livingstones "
September 2016

" A fun stay over Christmas- great hospitality, beautiful location, very well equipped cottage. Many many thanks for all the Christmas touches. We loved our stay and will return. Nigel & Catherine, Malaysia "
December 2016

Auld Smiddy Cottage Pitlochry Terms & Conditions

  1. Home From Home Perthshire- act only as agents for the owners of Highland Perthshire, Scotland, self-catering holiday cottages featured on its website. The hiring contract is between the holiday maker & the Perthshire self-catering cottage owner. The receipt of a signed booking form/e-mail confirmation and/or payment of the non- refundable deposit is deemed to be a firm booking and it is assumed that the hirer has read & agrees to the conditions as found on our website.
  2. If accepted the hirer becomes liable for the full remaining balance of the charges which are due seven weeks prior to the commencement date of their Highland Perthshire self-catering holiday.This includes short break cottage bookings. Non-payment of the balance by the due date will result in the Agency regarding the self-catering cottage as being available for re-booking.
  3. In the event a Hirer cancels a confirmed self-catering cottage booking he/she remains liable for payment of the full cost of the holiday. Upon receipt of written confirmation of the cancellation from the Hirer, we will attempt to re-let the holiday cottage and if successful will make a full refund to the hirer less an administration fee of £50 and any other expenses incurred in re-letting the holiday cottage.
  4. The number of persons occupying one of our Highland Perthshire self-catering cottages must not exceed the maximum occupancy level stated in the cottage details. Holiday home owners reserve the right to end occupancy of their Scottish self-catering cottage without notice or refund in the case of a breach of this condition.
  5. The hirer is fully liable for the condition of the self-catering cottage and its contents for the period of their holiday (fair wear & tear excepted). The hirer will make good any damage or loss & leave the self-catering cottage & its contents in a clean & orderly condition. The individual who signed the booking form will be held responsible for the hiring party.
  6. Comprehensive conditions and restrictions applying to each of our Scottish Highlands self-catering cottages (e.g. good housekeeping deposits, limitations on pets, children, short breaks etc) will be stated in each individual holiday cottage description & form part of these Hiring Terms & Conditions.
  7. Owners reserve the right to refuse to hand over occupancy of their self-catering cottage to any person/s that in their opinion, is not appropriate to take charge.In this eventuality hire charges will be refunded in full & the liability of the owner shall cease. Without prior consent properties are not available for hire to single sex groups, stag / hen parties.
  8. If an owner is prevented , due to situations beyond their control, (e.g. fire damage, flood, drought or the interruption of utility supplies),from putting their self-catering cottage at the disposal of the Hirer, the hire charge shall be refunded in full but the Hirer shall have no further claim against the owner.This includes short break bookings of hoilday cottages
  9. Home From Home Perthshire have taken every care to ensure the correctness of their Highland Perthshire self-catering holiday cottages descriptions and all information is given in good faith and deemed accurate, but the Agency cannot be held responsible for changes beyond their control or be liable for any act, neglect or default on the part of the owner resulting in loss, injury or accident caused to the Hirer.