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Jessie Mac's

Hostel | Murthly Terrace, Dunkeld, Scotland PH8 0BG

99.7% Overall Rating

11 out of 11 customers would recommend this property

Recent review (21/03/2014)

Rene Wegner thinks…

"Dot and Brenda's newly refurbished home is lovely. Every necessary amenity is attended to with meticulous order. Everything was tidy, neat and exactingly clean. We stayed in 5 different places while…"

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Facilities

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Self-catering Facilities
  • No curfew
  • Lounge area
  • 24 hour hot showers
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Laundry service
  • Communal kitchen
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Pets allowed

Purchasable Extras

  • Breakfast USD 4.87
  • Towel USD 0.81

What's Included

  • Linen

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.

Check-In/Out Details

Earliest check-in: 16:00
Latest Check-out: 10:30

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Overview

Jessie Mac's is a newly refurbished Victorian manse, with 7 bedrooms, offering a mix of self-catering hostel and bed & breakfast accommodation. We are a ten minute walk from Dunkeld and only 1 hour's drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow, with great public transport links. It's the perfect base to discover the mountains, waters, rich culture and heritage of Big Tree Country. Read more

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About Jessie Mac's

Birnam and neighbouring Dunkeld are stunning Victorian and 18th century villages, quietly tucked away in the hills and forests of Perthshire. At the end of a long day's walking, cycling, fishing or exploring, come home to dry out, take a relaxing shower and put your feet up. Whether you're looking for an affordable hostel room to share with friends or prefer a private room with bed and breakfast, we can offer a warm welcome and a good night's rest. We have 3 private double rooms and 4 shared rooms, 6 are ensuite and 1 has a private bathroom. Our ground floor double room has wheelchair access; we are LGBT friendly and well behaved dogs are welcome in private rooms. You'll find a cosy lounge with good wi-fi connections, lots of quiet spaces to curl up with a book or to email home. Our large dining area and generously equipped kitchen for guests should make you feel right at home.

Accommodation Information

We have three double en-suite bedroms, one on the ground floor and two on the second floor.
There are two family en-suite rooms on the second floor sleeping five (one double bed, one single bed and a set of bunks); and four people (one double bed and a set of bunks) respectively.
There are two bunk rooms on the first floor. One sleeps four people and is en-suite, the other sleeps two and has a private shower room.
In total we have seven rooms with 16 beds that can sleep up to 21 people. We also have a cot available for babies.
All bed linen is provided. Beds have individual reading lights.

Location Information

Jessie Mac's
Murthly Terrace
Birnam
Perthshire
PH8 0BG

Jessie Mac's is located on the main road running through Birnam. We are immediately next to St Mary's Church and very close to the Post Office, Birnam Hotel and Birnam Arts Centre. We are a 100 metres from the Citylink bus stop and a five minute walk from Dunkeld and Birnam train station. We are just off Sustrans cycle route 77.
The Beatrix Potter gardens are two minutes walk away and a pleasant 10 minute walk along the path by the River Tay leads you to the Thomas Telford bridge and over to Dunkeld. Here you will find Dunkeld Cathedral, the well preserved 18th century cottages and a number of small, interesting shops. There are several hotels, pubs and cafes which all serve good food and drink. Some specialise in using local produce and serving local ales.
Traditional music sessions take place some evenings, the best known being at the Taybank in Dunkeld.

Within a couple of miles are the Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve at Loch of the Lowes, the Dunkeld and Birnam Golf Club and the Hermitage with its waterfalls and beautiful woodland walks.

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