Peace and Quiet. Abundant wild life. A meandering river through a beautiful Highland Perthshire Glen. Spectacular sunsets over the hills. A walkers' and cyclists' paradise. Or an ideal touring centre. Close to Cairngorm National Park and the Ski Slopes at Glenshee.
Nestled within Strathardle glen, The Red House, in the hamlet of Ballintuim on the A924, lies midway between the busy market town of Blairgowrie and the popular spa resort of Pitlochry, with its superb riverside Festival Theatre. Unspoilt views of the glen are a feature, as is the nearby River Ardle, with the popular walkers' Cateran Trail close by. hamlet
Peace and quiet extends inside The RED HOUSE - A Victorian south facing, red brick former Manse with unique interior design. Four large comfortable letting bedrooms, one on the ground floor and a residents lounge with log fire, afford the space for a relaxing stay. All rooms are centrally heated and double glazed for extra comfort.




A conservatory overlooks the secluded garden with its many bird feeding stations and small pond. Unspoilt views offer spectacular sunsets all year and the nearby River Ardle is another feature worth exploring.



November 6th 2016, the closing concert of Dougie Maclean's Perthshire Amber Festival is taking place only 10 miles away in Blairgowrie.
80's Rewind takes its celebration of 80's music back to Scotland for the 5th Rewind Scotland, held at Scone Palace, in Perth, Scotland over the weekend of Friday 22nd until Sunday 24th July 2016.
There are some fabulous festivals in the local area including the Ruthven Music Festival in June, The Bookmark Festival in early October and Dougie MacLean's Perthshire Amber Festival in late October.