Introducing Rosemount House
Rosemount House is perfect for groups or families and can sleep up to 17 people. Set in grounds with lovely open views across the haha to the Sidlaws. The morning sun streams into the drawing room and the main bedrooms which both have french windows onto the long balcony.
The drawing room, panelled room and upstairs landing with pool table provide plenty of places for everyone to play games, watch films, chat or read. The majestic dining room has a fireplace and a long table that can seat everyone. The kitchen with both an Aga and a Range Cooker is well equipped for large groups. . The ideal place to celebrate a significant occasion or to just enjoy being together.
The garden has wonderful flat lawns for games such as croquet, french cricket or rounders. There is a gas barbecue and plenty of space to sit out and enjoy time together whilst listening to those splashing about in the swimming pool.
Relax in the hot tub, maybe with a glass of something delicious. Lie back and enjoy the sounds of the birds in the holly hedge or how about a bit of night-time star-gazing?
If you fancy a walk, head down the old beech lined drive, keep an eye out for the buzzard and the red squirrels. Head down the hill to the lake for a bit of birdwatching and look out for roe deer and the beavers, even if you don’t see one you will find where they have felled trees.
Where to go, what to see
Hills, Glens, Rivers, Lochs and Beaches.
There is so much to do including walking, biking, kayaking, golf, riding, skiing and fishing.
Full of History
Castles, Palaces and Houses
Surrounded by Scottish history Glamis Castle, Scone Palace, House of Dun, Drummond Castle and Blair Castle.
Distilleries, Museums and Shopping
Go to the V&A, HMS Unicorn and Scott's Discovery in Dundee. Visit Perth, Pitlochry, St Andrews, House of Bruar, Edradour Distillery and The Scottish Antique Centre.