From your first contact with us here at Balnakeilly to your departure, you will be considered, not only as very special guests, but part of our family.
Our home is your home here in the heart of Highland Perthshire and we know you will love it as much as we do.
We invite you to relax in the knowledge that you will be completely looked after during your stay.
A warm welcome is everything to us, and that’s what you will find here at Balnakeilly House.
The Stewarts of Balnakeilly came from nearby Foss in 1560 and remained in residence until the death of Colonel Ralph Stewart-Wilson, the 11th laird, in 2015.
Formerly belonging to Dunfermline Abbey, the sprawling land surrounding the house was handed to the Stewarts during the dissolution of the monasteries in the 1500s.
The original house was ravaged by fire in the 1800s, though many of the original features were salvaged. Further renovations took place in the early 1980s and in 1997.
Balnakeilly House has 13 carefully designed bedrooms that sleep up to 26 people in comfort and style.
During the refurbishment and interior design of Balnakeilly, we focused on incorporating as much of the original features as well as sourcing furniture and fittings that would tie in with the house’s rich history and its previous owners, the Stewart-Wilson family.
Pops of colour have been injected into the traditional canvas of a Scottish estate house. Eclectic modern pieces have been sourced from around the world so that they fit in perfectly with the original features, antique furniture and art from every era.
Balnakeilly house sleeps up to 26 people
Four rooms with king size beds
Three rooms with double beds
One room with wheelchair accessible en-suite bathroom
Eight rooms can be used as twins
As a cultural centre, Pitlochry hosts a calendar of events throughout the year including sold-out shows at the Festival Theatre, a summer schedule of Highland games, the Enchanted Forest in autumn and the New Year’s Day Street Party.
- Port-Na-Craig inn & restaurant
- The old mill inn
- Victorias restaurant
- Mckays hotel bar and restaurant
- The old mill inn
- Moulin inn
- Thistle and orchid beauty
- Atholl palace
- Fonab castle
- The Queen’s View
- Blair Atholl Distillery
- Edradour Distillery
- Blair Castle
- The House of Bruar
- Ben Vrackie
- The Hermitage
- Loch Faskally and Faskally Wood
- Pitlochry Dam