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High Street St shops and businesses. Dunkeld

dunkeld, , the ell shop, going pottie (ceramics & gifts), national trust, black watch battalion, tourist information centre (tic), bank of scotland (bos), nutmeg,4 eden, perth arms hotel,2 macleod gallery, st mary's church,high street, royal british legion,high street, jeremy law,19 jody brown (hair & beauty), whisky shop,15 co-op, elizabeth allison,7 ella's, royal dunkeld hotel,5 audrey rudd,25 broughton-stuart,1 davidsons chemist, (), (), (),26 country bakery,15 kettles of dunkeld, palmerstons, kettles of dunkeld,18 zig zags,3-5 darjeeling creative cuisine,14 sweet words,1 robert menzies (food, wines & beer), the dunkeld traditional fish bar,6 the atholl gallery,2 dunkeld news, dunkeld smoked salmon, the pend,brae street,14 batavia,12 dunkeld post office,10 the bridge b&b,8 dunkeld butchers,4 the meeting room, the atholl arms hotel, dunkeld antiques & books, the taybank,atholl street and bridge street, beatrix potter garden, tayburn house b&b, birnam institute, birnam house hotel,station road, the tap inn, the merryburn hotel,, birnam cd, spar, gaia architects, birnam guest house, cut above the rest, waterbury guest house, (),perth road

Town Information

Dunkeld & Birnam are on the A9 between Perth and Pitlochry. The 2 villages span the River Tay and are quieter and with fewer shops than Pitlochry. The main shops are actually on Atholl Street (shown above); the High Street is just off to one side but only has a few businesses amongst the many private houses. Dunkeld & Birnam lie in the heart of Perthshire's Big Tree Country, some of the best woodlands in Britain.

During the Battle of Dunkeld in 1689 the village was burnt to the ground and the houses had to be rebuilt. They were known as the Little Houses of Dunkeld and were restored in the 1950s. Now in the care of the National Trust, most are occupied but at the head of the High Street is one known as the Ell Shop, after the original measure for cloth, that is open to visitors. Historic pictures of Dunkeld and Birnam can be found on Purplenewt's site.

The other side of the River Tay is the village of Birnam. Birnam was the holiday destination for Beatrix Potter as a child and much of her inspiration is said to come from those times. There is an exhibition and garden dedicated to Beatrix Potter in the village.

The Ronald P A Smith Street Maps web site has further useful information about Dunkeld.
Follow this link to the local site for Dunkeld.

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