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Standing in one and a half acres of private wooded land, the Observatory is so well hidden that many locals don't know of its existence. The land runs on one side to the loch, on another to grounds suitable for sport and games. Nevertheless, it is only a two minute walk to the pubs and restaurants in Pitlochry, as well as the main-line railway station.

The Observatory is a timber building with a huge (20 feet by 50 feet) living area; sun lounge with west-facing views over the loch; kitchen; bathroom; and three twin/double bedrooms. Two of thses open on to the main room, the other is beyond the kitchen. You can read about the third bedroom here. You can view a floorplan here (although it does not take into account the new bedroom). It sleeps eight comfortably.  Accommodation for up twelve can be made, by arrangement. It has a wood-burning stove, central heating, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, a selection of children's' toys, a large selection of books, a radio/tape/CD player, a television and a telescope. It can be used in comfort all year round.


Tim Dawson
Telephone: 07984 165251

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