Welcome to Murthly Estate

Situated near Dunkeld in Highland Perthshire, Murthly Estate is one hour from the Central Belt, and truly rural and Highland in nature. The landscaped grounds around Murthly Castle, together with endless woods, rivers and hills, make the Estate a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the natural surroundings.

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, corporate entertainment, filming, and private hire. Hardly surprising when you consider the attractions of the walled garden, tree-lined avenues and extensive castle grounds.

Enjoy salmon and trout fishing on the River Tay, River Braan and Balhomish Dam. Other sporting activities such as driven shooting and stalking, are also available.

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.


Murthly Fishings

We are now taking bookings for 2024 - ring Morag at our office on 01738 630 666 or e-mail morag.mill@bidwells.co.uk. Enjoy an exciting day on the river, and catch a salmon! You can see how we're doing on our Murthly Fishings Facebook and Instagram pages.

Murthly Sawmill

Our PV panel installation has been a success, saving over 60 tonnes of CO2 emmissions in 2023. The sawmill machinery was upgraded in November 2023, providing greater safety and efficiency. See our dedicated website at www.murthlysawmill.co.uk.

Weddings and Events at Murthly Castle

We are now taking wedding bookings for 2025; and bookings for other events for 2024. (We're fully booked for weddings for 2024.) We offer a bespoke service and the Estate provides a magical setting that's completely private. Our last event of 2023 raised nearly £6,000 for Murthly Village Hall.


We had good autumn colours this year but wind, heavy rain and now frost means that the trees are bare in late November. We are starting to see quite a few woodcock, along with roe deer, fallow deer and red squirrels.