Situated within the grounds of a magnificent 280-acre estate, Hilton Dunkeld timeshare resort is a perfect getaway for those looking to sit back and relax, sipping malt whisky in the bar, as well as anyone who would prefer some high action outdoor activities. Located a short distance from the estate's private stretch of the River Tay (home to UK's finest salmon fishing), guests have fishing rights and are welcomed to try their hand.
Designed to high standards and split up into clusters (Atholl 1 & 2, Atholl 3 and the latest Osprey Lodges) the lodges are the ideal holiday retreat. Atholl 1 & 2 lodges comprise of bungalow style lodges with bedroom, lounge with open-plan kitchen, downstairs shower room, master bedroom with en-suite upstairs and also have a small patio garden. Atholl 3 lodges sit in an elevated position overlooking the river, and comprise of 4 semi-detached bungalow-style lodges with a bedroom, lounge with open-plan kitchen and shower room downstairs, and a master bedroom with en-suite upstairs. They also have a conservatory with patio. Lastly the Osprey Lodges consist of 6 semi-detached villas with either 2 or 3 bedrooms and 3 or 4 bathrooms. They are luxuriously finished and tastefully equipped with the latest in furnishings, kitchen appliances and home entertainment.
Hilton Dunkeld timeshare resort is home to the Dunkeld Activity Park offering outdoor activities including falconry, fishing, quad biking, archery, and clay-pigeon shooting. Play 9-holes on the hotel's putting course or challenge family and friends to a game of tennis. Treat yourself to a massage at the spa, work out at the fitness center, or enjoy a swim in the heated indoor pool with whirlpool, sauna, and steam facilities.
Located in the charming town of Dunkeld, just an hour's drive from Scotland's main cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow this timeshare resort combines scenic seclusion with excellent proximity to local attractions. The town of Dunkeld is a piece of Scotland's history and tradition and has maintained its 18th century charm with restored vernacular buildings, pubs and cafes, shops and restaurants, and a market square that brings the town alive. You can visit the magnificent Dunkeld Cathedral and Dunkeld Bridge, explore the local castle, take a stroll on the bank of river Tay and breathe in the incredible countryside. Take a moment to explore The Hermitage and the Big Tree Trail. Other things you don't want to miss include the highland Chocolatier and the local wineries and distilleries.
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