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Bendochy Park

Bendochy Park is more than just a community; it's a lifestyle destination set against the vibrant backdrop of Blairgowrie. Developed by the experienced duo, Isaac and Nathan, the park is a testament to luxury living harmonized with environmental sustainability. From the meticulously crafted lodges to the lush greenery, every element is designed with an eco-conscious mindset.


Around Blairgowrie

Bendochy Park sits on the edge of the picturesque Perthshire town of Blairgowrie, bordered by spectacular woodland and open countryside. This enviable location provides rural peace and tranquillity with all the amenities of a country town.

There is an appealing mix of local and national businesses to be found in Blairgowrie town centre, including a good selection of shops and cafes. GP, Dental, and Community Hospital services are also available, and all three emergency services maintain a presence for peace of mind.


An historic town and one of the biggest in Perthshire, Blairgowrie enjoys a strong sense of community with local activities and festivals held throughout the year. Regular events include performances by the Blairgowrie Pipe Band, the annual Braemar Night celebrations, and the Blairgowrie Highland Games held every September.

There is a rich food culture in Perthshire, showcasing both traditional Scottish fare and modern artisan delights, and Blairgowrie produces some of the finest raspberries and strawberries in the world. Bendochy Park even has an on-site farm shop full of fresh local produce, including those famous berries.

Outdoor and country pursuits are very well-served in Blairgowrie and the surrounding area, with fantastic opportunities for fishing and shooting, and an unrivalled variety of walks for all abilities. Further sporting adventures are to be had all year round with three golf courses in Blairgowrie itself, a popular ski centre in nearby Glenshee, and many miles of scenic cycle paths.


Wildlife spotters are spoiled for choice with red squirrels, roe deer, and endless varieties of birds frequenting the lochs and woodlands throughout the area, and Blairgowrie is a superb place to see why Perthshire is known as Big Tree Country, with the world-famous Beech Hedge at Meikleour and the Parent Larch at Dunkeld standing true since the mid-1700s.

The region is steeped in history, as seen in the old military roads that link the area with the Highlands, and in the mysterious Pictish stones at Meigle. Family history can be explored in the genealogy groups at Blairgowrie and Perth libraries, which house excellent archival records and resources.

And Blairgowrie is perfectly placed for days out further afield. The Cairngorms National Park Snow Road and the Deeside Tourist Route both pass through the town, with all of Scotland’s major cities easily accessible by public transport or car. Castles and palaces, theatres and museums, mountains and glens – there is always something new to explore.