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Contact/Booking
Book www.Scottish-Cottages.co.uk
Tel 01228 406731
Info info@RoversDenCottagePerthshire.co.uk
Tel 07930 421124
Glasgow 71 miles
Edinburgh 40 miles
Aberdeen 88 miles
Pitlochry

32 miles

Generally available for weekly rent throughout the year, but can be let from periods of 2 days upwards.

Suitable for 2 guests
Centrally heated with feature fire
Large LCD TV (freeview) radio

Barbeque available
Can collect from Edinburgh airport and Perth train station.
Fishing in Perthshire
 
Perthshire is dominated by the Tay, one of the principal salmon rivers in Europe. This vast river system rises on the watershed of Ben Lui, just outside the westernmost point of the county. On its 119 mile course to the sea, the Tay is fed by the major lochs of Rannoch, Tummel and Tay and joined by many tributaries including the rivers of Garry, Tilt, Tummel, Ericht, Isla, Lyon, Braan and Almond. Just above Perth, the Tay meets the first tidal influence and a few miles downstream in the upper reaches of the Firth of Tay it is joined by the River Earn which, originating in western Perthshire, drains the wide and fertile valley of Strathearn.

Situated just off the A822 'Sma Glen Road you can see fish jumping at nearby Buchanty where the river Almond flows through a gorge called Buchanty Spout. It is a great place to watch salmon ascending the falls.

http://www.anglingintayside.co.uk/
http://www.drummondtroutfarm.co.uk/
http://www.tayfishingperthshire.co.uk/
Fishing opposite Rovers Den, as the River Earn runs within a few hundred metres of the cottage, we can organise discounted fishing permits from Moncrieffe Estate. And after an ardious days fishing why not call in at Brig farm shop for a snack or meal. Again, we can provide discount vouchers for your use.
 
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