Two luxury Glamping Shepherds' Huts with views over Strathtay
Shepherds’ Huts Availability
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Please note: office opening hours – Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
Sat Nav: Tulliemet House – PH9 0PA
Situated in Tulliemet valley on an old shepherd’s hill track, our huts enjoy breathtakingly long views across Strathtay and beyond.
Our huts are luxurious and make for the perfect glamping getaway. Decorated beautifully, they offer block printed linens, hand-stitched quilts, and the comfiest king-size bedchamber. You will be glamping with a hot shower, fully fitted kitchen, electric underfloor heating, and log burning stoves to keep you extra warm.
The two huts are 20m apart sitting in a meadow and surrounded by fields. There are hammocks to read in, an outdoor firepit with wooden armchairs, and sheepswool rugs.
We encourage you to explore nearby Tulliemet Moor which forms part of the Forest of Clunie SSSI, where you may spot osprey, lapwings and curlews, deer, trout, otters and – if you are lucky – our newly arrived resident beavers.
All linen and towels supplied
Underfloor heating and wood-burning stove
Kitchen facilities include: oven, hob, fridge and butler’s sink complete with all crockery, cutlery and pans
Bathroom with toilet, basin and shower
Outdoor fire pit, two armchairs, dining table and chairs
We do welcome pets at Curlew Hut, please ask at the time of booking.
For seasonal rates and important information ahead of your arrival, please use the links below:
Please use the calendar below to select your dates and book online.
The green dot indicates availability for our short and long breaks. Please note our check-in days are Friday for short and long stays and Monday for midweek short stays.
The Shepherds’ Huts are part of Atholl Estates, where you’ll find a wealth of waymarked trails to explore. With over forty miles of trails within the estate, there’s ample choice to explore the wonderful surroundings.
Situated on the edge of Tulliemet Moor – Scotland’s largest designated conservation area – this area is a fantastic place for nature lovers to explore. Loch Ordie is only a short distance away and makes for a tranquil spot that is very popular for both walking and cycling. Close by, you can also venture to Loch of Lowes, a Wilderness Reserve within Dunkeld, home to a breeding pair of ospreys.
Atholl Estates provide many other activities for you to experience during your stay, including:
Fishing on the River Tilt, Tummel, Garry or our selection of hill lochs
Stalking Red and Roe deer
European Beaver Tours
All of these and more can be found on our Activities page.
Blair Castle and Gardens are not to be missed. All guests staying at Lapwing & Curlew Shepherds’ Huts gain free access to both attractions during their visit.
Blair Castle allows you to see Scottish history through the lives of the Atholl Family, where the collections of furniture, arms, china, lace and portraits speak for themselves.
Alongside activities on the estate, Highland Perthshire offers a whole host of beauty spots and activities in the local area.
Just over seven miles North of Tulliemet, Pitlochry has a wealth of independent shops, eateries, distilleries, and the famous Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Hire mountain bikes to stand-up paddleboards at Pitlochry Boating Station & Adventure Hire.
Those with an adventurous spirit should visit NAE limits, who cover everything from white-water rafting to bungee jumping.