Murthly esate, nestled in the highland hills of Perthshire.

Contact Us

General Enquiries - Ralph Peters (Factor) on 01738 630 666 or by e-mail.

Murthly Sawmill - Bob Phillips or Les McMaster on 01350 727 516 or by e-mail.

Facebook - You can make comments and post photos on our Facebook page.

Postal Address - Murthly & Strathbraan Estates, Murthly, Perth, PH1 4HP


Help us to keep the Estate safe and clean

If you see any damage, dangers, fly-tipping or suspicious activity, please help us to deal with it quickly by phoning Raymond Rollo (Clerk of Works) on 07714 218 874. Thank you.


Weddings at Murthly Castle

We still have some availability for weddings at Murthly Castle in 2018. The Castle, the Chapel, and the Walled Garden can all be used for wedding ceremonies and receptions, whether religious, humanist or civil. With magnificent trees all along the entrance drive, the setting is hard to beat. Please get in touch to arrange a viewing.

Asheville Twinning Project

The Estate is delighted to be one of the partners in the twinning project between Dunkeld and Birnam and Asheville, North Carolina. The first twinning weekend is on the 18th - 20th of August, which will include a BBQ at the castle.

Fishing on the River Tay

The current five-year averaage total for the Murthly Beats (2012-16) is 548 salmon and 42 sea trout. We have only a few rods left to book for this year - don't miss out!

Friends of The Birnam Oak

A new group called Friends of the Birnam Oak has been set up recently to fund ongoing maintenance to the Estate's best-known tree, the famous Birnam Oak. The group aims to improve the immediate environs of the tree and to bring more regular events to it, following the acclaimed performances of Macbeth performed by the Oxford Shakespeare Company in June. If you want to join the Friends and help them with their efforrts, have a look at their Facebook page.

Dunkeld & Birnam Resilience Plan

The Estate is a key partner in the local area's new Reslience Plan, providing skills and resources in the event of a major incident. We encourage all local groups and businesses to get involved.