Luxury Accommodation in Pitlochry, Perthshire
Elegance and Original Features with all mod cons
Kinnaird House is a large Victorian Country House built in 1885 for an Edinburgh Lawyer as his country residence. The lawyer narrowly missed having the writer Robert Louis Stevenson, a fellow escapee from Edinburgh, as his neighbour at Kinnaird Cottage.
The substantial blue grey stone came from Duntrune Quarry by Dundee and stands out amongst the yellow stone of most of Pitlochry's Victorian architecture.
Unique, original features include a fireplace in the Drawing Room made from white Scottish marble from the River Tilt above Blair Atholl, ornate plaseterwork rareley found these days, working shutters, a stained glass window on the staircase and Victorian tiled vestibule.
Kinnaird House is fully double glazed and has a fantastic state of the art bio mass central heating system so you will be cosy all year round.