Welcome to Murthly Estate

Located near Dunkeld in Highland Perthshire, Murthly Estate is the place to linger in beautiful surroundings. The landscaped grounds around Murthly Castle, together with the surrounding woods, rivers and hills, make the Estate a wonderful place to relax and enjoy nature.

Murthly Castle and the Chapel of St. Anthony the Eremite are at the core of the Estate, and a highly sought-after venue for weddings, business events, private parties and music concerts. Hardly surprising when you also consider the attractions of the walled garden, tree-lined avenues and extensive castle grounds.

On the wider Estate you can enjoy salmon and trout fishing on the River Tay, River Braan, Stair Dam, Rohallion Loch and Balhomish Dam. Other sporting activities such as driven and walked-up shooting, and a limited amount of stalking, are also available.

The Murthly Sawmill, owned and operated by the Estate, has a long-standing reputation for quality fencing and garden products.

Find out more about the Estate on our Social Media pages: Murthly EstateMurthly FishingsMurthly Sawmill and Murthly Castle.


COVID-19 update - 29th May

Murthly Sawmill will be re-opening for ALL sales to the general public on Monday, 1st of June. Please go to www.facebook.com/themurthlysawmill to see our COVID-19 protocols for ordering and collecting goods. We regret that Murthly Fishings remains closed at this time.

Weddings at Murthly Estate

We still have limited availability for 2021 weddings, but plenty of availability for 2022. Murthly Castle, the nearby chapel and walled garden provide the most private of settings for ceremonies and receptions, whether religious, humanist or civil. With extensive grounds and an amazing chapel interior, the setting will take your breath away.

Music at Murthly

We're delighted to announce that the Perthshire Amber Festival concerts by Dougie MacLean will return to the Chapel of St. Anthony the Eremite at Murthly Castle in November 2020.

Salmon Fishing on the River Tay

We regret that our salmon fishing remains closed due to COVID-19. We currently hope to re-open in July. Book your day and enjoy some mental relaxation, fresh air and fine company - hard to beat!