Welcome to The Croft at Blair Atholl

The Croft, Fenderbridge, Blair Atholl. PH18 5TU. Email: croftblairatholl@aol.co.uk

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More of our visitors’ comments about The Croft.

‘A warm and comfortable cottage, rang a joy just like home. 12 Munroes and plenty of low level walking done’.

Jan and Colin Richards, Buckinghamshire.


‘A beautiful cottage in a beautiful place. Had a wonderful week visiting Pitlochry, Edinburgh, Fort William and Dundee. Felt at home in the cottage enjoyed, coming back to relax at the end of a fun filled day.

‘Thank you for a superb holiday.’

Sara and Mark, Northampton.


‘Lovely time, fantastic location amazing views and walks. Enjoyed the horse trials.’

The Williams Clan, Westhoughton, Lancashire.


‘Fabulous cottage in a spectacular setting. Clean, comfortable, everything at hand, couldn’t be bettered. Thank you.’

Debs and Ian, Lincolnshire.


‘Fantastic week- beautiful cottage with amazing views. Very tranquil setting.’

The Christie family (formerly of Blair Atholl 1800s)

Maidenhead, Berkshire.


‘What a wonderful spot to watch red squirrels, the open golf and the Olympics. Blair Castle is stunning and the pipers’ highland cathedral truly memorial and moving.

‘We will be back and we’ll tell selected pals! Thank you’

Gill and Sarah, Emsworth and St Andrews.

What our visitors say about their stay at The Croft

A beautiful little cottage with amazing views. Very friendly neighbours that will talk about the “Australians” for a while! We enjoyed the quality appliances in the kitchen and felt very comfortable here. Larry the lamb was loved by the children. The wildlife was lovely, we will never forget our Easter here. Hope to visit here again.’

Meena, Steve, Lily and Ben, Sydney, Australia.



‘Charming and well equipped cottage set in my favourite part of the country .We had a fantastic few days.
Many thanks’

Jo, Ryan, Lewis, Calum and Beth, Strathaven, South Lanarkshire.


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Red squirrels’ habitat has been in decline in the UK but they can still be seen in the area near The Croft.