Balnearn House is a delightful guest house located in Aberfeldy, in the heart of Highland Perthshire. Built in 1900, this late Victorian house is the home of Claire and Mark Dimmock. Balnearn House offers bed and breakfast where comfort and a friendly atmosphere are top priority and this comes across in the high quality service offered to all guests.
The House offers a spacious lounge with an open log fire where you can relax and enjoy a quiet refreshment in comfortable surroundings. Also there is an elegant dining room that overlooks the garden, which is the ideal setting for an appetising and substantial breakfast making a perfect start to your day.
There are a variety of local restaurants for eating out, to suit all tastes and budgets.
Bookings can be made on request.
This delightful Bed and Breakfast has 10 bedrooms with attractive gardens to the front and rear of the property. Ample private car parking is also available.
Aberfeldy is situated amid some of Scotland's most breathtaking scenery. Balnearn House can be found close to the "Birks o Aberfeldy" where there are wonderful walks through the Moness Glen. On the edge of the town, the River Tay flows under General Wade's bridge built in 1733. At one point in history it was the only bridge fording the River Tay which contributed to the town's importance.
Aberfeldy is an excellent area for a variety of outdoor activities including touring the countryside, cycling, walking, kayaking, whitewater rafting, climbing, golfing, fishing or just taking time out to relax, which makes Balnearn House an ideal base. The picturesque town of Pitlochry with its popular Festival Theatre is only a 20 minute drive away. Blair Castle - which is well worth a visit - and The House of Bruar for the ultimate shopping experience are approximately 45 minutes drive away. For whisky enthusiasts, the area is well endowed with distilleries, starting at our own Aberfeldy distillery.