Dirnanean Estate

Enochdhu, Blairgowrie, Perthshire & Kinross, PH10 7PD

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0.5 acres

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Lat 56.748435 / Lon -3.536826
OS field ref:
NO061630
OS map ref:
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  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Difficult approach

Dirnanean Estate
This site is located approximately 10 miles outside Pitlochry. The approach involves narrow roads with passing places and some very sharp bends. The site itself, once found is a small field surrounded by trees with difficult signposting. Having missed the sign I travelled up a long rocky unmade road to the Estate house and open gardens and was redirected down to the site recovering the difficult road. The site is basic and at the time of visiting was muddy and caused concern about being bogged in. Great care is given to the Avtex GPS avoiding narrow roads when driving larger motorhomes and this needs to be taken into consideration when visiting this site.

ADC

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Reviewed on 17/06/2019 09:54

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Dirnanean Estate
Stayed here in February but no issues with soggy ground. Rural, quiet, easy to get to and had a small herd of deer for company in the evening! Stacey was very helpful and they accept payment by BACS, very handy if you're arriving late and want a quick get-away in the morning. Definitely on the approved list for the next time we're in the area.

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Reviewed on 04/03/2019 15:17

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An interesting site

Dirnanean Estate
We stayed for one night in August. Grass pitches but as the underlying rock is close to the surface so we had no problems with our motorhome. It is basically a field but in a scenic spot and with the help from the friendly lady who collected our money we managed to see some red squirrels on the site feeder boxes. The signs to the site are hard to spot but handy for a one night stop midway between Edinburgh and Inverness.

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Reviewed on 04/10/2018 18:40

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Heaven on a site.

Dirnanean Estate
I don't really know how to best describe this site. My wife and I stayed here on the first night of our Scottish tour last week, we were made to feel very welcome from the outset. The sight itself can only be described as fantastic. It was tranquil and like stepping back in time. A very rural site suitable for families or couples with or without pets. We wished we could pack the site up and take it with us around Scotland. Over our stay we visited ten or more sites from the North to the south and from the east to the west . This was without doubt the best site we stayed on. I could go on and on but you just need to stay here to appreciate what it has to offer, well done you have a special place in this world of madness.

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Reviewed on 30/04/2017 17:20

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Peaceful clearing in the woods

Dirnanean Estate
We stayed at this site for two nights in early December whilst visiting Pitlochry. The two main sites in the town were closed for winter and this site was the closest and is handily open all year. Pitlochry is around a 15-20 minute drive away. The site is accessed directly from the A924 via a gate and comprises a flat grassy surface surrounded by trees. Apparently it was an old quarry (although you'd never know it) so although the surface is grass, there is solid roack underneath. Despite heavy rains and snow during the previous few days, we had no problem accessing the site. At the site there is an information board with details of how to pay and some walks, a tap and cess disposal. Bins and full recycling facilities are available at the estate entrance, only 100m or so to the east. Although the site is right next to the A924, this is not a very busy road at all. The site is screened by very tall trees and you can also pitch towards the rear, where you will probably not notice the road at all. The downside of the A924 being a quiet road is that it is quite narrow in many places, particularly when approaching from Blairgowrie. If you are considering a visit the Pitlochry approach is slightly easier. We would certainly recommend the site and will be visiting again.

R Llewellyn

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Reviewed on 30/12/2015 09:35

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