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Welcome to Ordie View Bed And Breakfast

Address: Ordie View, Luncarty, Perth, PH1 3EP

Telephone: 01738 827191 01738 827191

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We are a 5 minute drive from Perth just off the A9. Luncarty is south of the picturesque town of Dunkeld and lying on the west bank of the River Tay, a popular salmon fishing river. Perth has a pedestrianised High Street with good shopping and numerous coffee shops and there are plenty of things to do in the area, from fishing to golf and some wonderful hillwalking, or for day trips Perth is perfectly placed for visiting Edinburgh, St Andrews, Crieff and Pitlochry. We have two double bedrooms with ensuite facilities and a family room with an ensuite bathroom. All bedrooms have flat screen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities and WiFi. There is also a desk with internet access. There is a choice of continental or traditional breakfast and for evening meals there are reasonably priced local restaurants offering a good choice of food. Packed lunches can be made up on request and laundry done if we have enough notice.

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Perth College UHI - University

Perth College UHI - University

Distance 3.15 miles (5.05 km)
Perth College UHI serves a wide community, from the banks of the River Tay to the mountains of Highland Perthshire. The main campus is situated in the historic city of Perth, voted the best place to live in Scotland, and as well as some great facilities, also has a virtual learning environment for those who want to study from home. A growing number of international students enjoy a wide range of courses up to honours degree and post-graduate level in subjects like aircraft engineering, computing, social sciences, popular music performance and child and youth studies. Catering and hospitality, management and business are also popular choices.

Perth Centre - Town Centre

Perth Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.02 miles (6.43 km)
Perth, at one time the capital of Scotland, possesses an engaging air of elegance and prosperity. Sitting on the banks of the silvery River Tay, it is surrounded by gloriously green scenery and provides an excellent touring base for seeing the wealth of castles, historic houses, gardens and countryside that this area offers. It is also referred to as St Johns Town and the Fair City. The town centre is dominated by the 4th century, former St Johns Cathedral, now the High Kirk of the Church of Scotland. Perth has been a market town for hundreds of years and its markets remain as popular as ever. The High Street, which is mainly pedestrianised and is complemented by the St Johns Shopping Centre.