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Nestling beneath thickly wooded hills alongside the River Tay, Dunkeld has an air of timeless tranquillity. In Cathedral Square and The Cross, the Trust has restored 20 houses, some dating from the rebuilding of the town after the Battle of Dunkeld in 1689.
Although these private homes aren't open to the public you are welcome at the Ell Shop, named after the weaver's measure on the wall outside.
An important remnant of the landscape around the original Dunkeld House, this early 18th century terraced viewpoint is still easily accessible today.
Banks of Tay and Braan
The mile long section along the south banks of the River Tay and Braan provides a backdrop to Dunkeld Cathedral and the town. This is part of the Birnam Circular Walk