PGL has re-introduced Dalguise as a centre for family holidays this summer, with free places for children up to 18 years.
Set on the edge of the Tay Forest Park between Perth and Pitlochry, castellated Dalguise house was a summer holiday home for Beatrix Potter. Today log-cabin-style lodges in the grounds and the converted stable block provide accommodation for family holidays in July and August.
On seven-night holidays starting 25 July, 1 or 8 August, each full-paying adult (£429) may bring up to TWO children aged five to 18 completely free when sharing a family room, saving £349 per child!
And on four-night holidays starting 20 or 27 July, and 3 or 10 August, each full-paying adult (£315) may bring one child five-18 years free when sharing a family room, saving £259 per child.
To take advantage of the free child offers, bookings must be made and paid for in full by 26 June, quoting FABR4 for two free kids, or FABR44 for one free child place.
The activity programme at Dalguise makes full use of the natural environment – where red squirrel may be spotted – especially the impressive Sequoia trees between which a vertical ropes challenge is suspended to create PGL’s "Sequoia Scramble". There is also a giant swing, Jacob’s ladder, a double zip wire, canoeing on the centre’s own lake, abseiling, fencing and archery.
To book visit the PGL website or call 0844 371 2424.