Self Catering Guesthouse


Dunkeld, meaning the Fort in the wood, is situated on the banks of the world renowned river Tay.  This small picturesque village is considered one of the best preserved historical towns in Scotland.  Surrounded by breathtaking scenery and walking opportunities.  Dunkeld also boasts a dynamic community with a lively arts and music scene, great places to eat and quality independent shops and galleries.  

Located only a few minutes walk from the river Tay  'The Bridge'  Bed and Breakfast is a distinguished period property offering separate guest accommodation from your host.  The guest accommodation is comprised of 3 double and 1 twin bedroom, all ensuite.



On entering the bedrooms - a mix of twins and doubles - you will experience the calm atmosphere and enjoy the many extras provided for your comfort.  The beds are superbly dressed with white cotton sheets and luxury duvets. 



Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic, 'The Bridge' has been changed from a Bed and Breakfast to Self Catering.  


All rooms are equipped with the following:
  • Free wifi
  • Central heating
  • Heated towel rail
  • Hair dryer
  • Flat screen television
  • Hospitality tray




Front door
Front door
breakfast room
breakfast room
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 1


In Dunkeld & Birnam
  • Dunkeld Cathedral: The ground the Cathedral stands on has a history dating back as early as 570 A.D.
  • The Atholl Memorial Fountain in Cathedral Street & The Cross: See how many wildlife carvings you can identify.  The National Trust for Scotland has restored many of the 17th & 18th century houses around Cathedral Street
  • TheTaybank: Pub/Restaurant. A great live music venue, as well as sessions - impromptu or otherwise!
  • The Birnam Arts & Conference Centre: Theatre, Music, Comedy, Workshops, Art Exhibitions, Conferences, Meetings, Weddings, Parties, Community Events & Meetings and Beatrix Potter Exhibition.  Café & Gift Shop
  • Beatrix Potter Garden - Celebrating the life and works of this famous author and her ties to this area of Perthshire
  • Dunkeld Golf Club - 18 holes


Around Dunkeld
  • The Hermitage: 33 acres of historic woodland, trees, river walks, waterfall and Ossian's cave. An area of awesome beauty. 
  • Short walks: Dunkeld and Birnam walks include routes along the river Tay to the ancient Birnam Oak Tree and The Hermitage, run by the National Trust for Scotland.
  • Hillwalking: Ben Vrackie, Ben Lawers, Meall nan Tarmachan and Schiehallion are all within easy reach by car
  • Rock Climbing: Craig a Barns has  routes for beginners and more advanced grades
  • Fishing: River Tay and Butterstone Loch
  • Birdwatching: Loch of the Lowes.  See the famous Ospreys
  • Cycling: A wealth  of quality mountain biking, from gentle scenic rides along the banks of the Tay to serious cross country trails over high moorlands
  • Kayaking: Kayaking and canoeing on the river Tay, at and near Dunkeld and Pitlochry

Only a short drive away 
  • Pitlochry with its shops, salmon ladder, theatre and distilleries
  • Blair Atholl with Blair Castle and House of Bruar
  • Perth City with Museums & Art Galleries. The City is also home to a fantastic array of shops



In the middle of Dunkeld, very nice room, nice furniture, clean and nice bathroom. Lovely cooked breakfast with a good selection of tea, cereals and jam. And most of all: a really welcoming and friendly host. Highly recommend Kate’s B&B!