Welcome to Murthly Estate

Overlooking the River Tay near Dunkeld in Highland Perthshire, Murthly Estate is the place to get away from it all and relax in beautiful surroundings where the sights and sounds of nature hold sway. Enjoy the hills, rivers, woods and castle all year round through the many activities on offer, such as:

 

  • Fishing for salmon and trout on the River Tay
  • Getting married in the chapel at Murthly Castle
  • Holding your own corporate event or private party
  • Enjoying a day's shooting with friends
  • Walking or cycling on the Estate's extensive path network

 

Murthly Sawmill

Click here to visit the Murthly Sawmill website. The sawmill has a long-standing reputation for quality fencing and garden products.

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Weddings

We wish all luck and good to Laura and Alasdair, who are getting married in the Chapel of St. Anthony the Eremite at the end of August, before treating their guests to drinks in the 17th-century walled garden.

Fishing

The grilse run on the River Tay at Murthly is in full swing. Why not book a day and enjoy the tail end of summer on the river?

New Logo

Our new website now features our new logo: a graphite drawing of a Douglas fir cone and needles by Oregon artist Janene Walkky. We chose it because it is an individual piece of art rather than a corporate logo, and because the Estate's extensive collection of early American conifers is its most distinctive feature. Read Janene's blog post to find out the historical connection between Murthly Estate and Oregon.

Bicycle Access at Murthly Primary School

Currently we are working with Murthly Primary School to improve bicycle access between the village and the school, so that children do not have to bicycle in the school car park or use the same entry and exit points. We look forward to seeing the completion of this project.

Music

We're delighted to confirm that the Perthshire Amber Festival, held every autumn, will return to Murthly Estate for the third year running, with an afternoon concert in the chapel on Saturday 31st of October.