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 plasterwork rarely 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 biomass central heating system so you will be cosy all year round.
Our beautiful Victorian house is full of charm and character and has a really welcoming feel. It's grand size and original features blend perfectly with the modern facilities making it the perfect holiday home for your short break or week away.
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