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Grandtully is located in Perth and Kinross
Grandtully shown within Perth and Kinross
OS grid reference NN912531
Council area
Country Scotland
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district PH9xx
Dialling code 01887
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56°39′25″N 3°46′35″W / 56.656998°N 3.776385°W / 56.656998; -3.776385Coordinates: 56°39′25″N 3°46′35″W / 56.656998°N 3.776385°W / 56.656998; -3.776385

Grandtully (pronounced as "Grantly" and sometimes also spelt "Grantully") is a small village in Perthshire, Scotland.

It is situated close to the River Tay, about 3 miles from Pitlochry.[1] It has a population of approximately 750 inhabitants.

Grandtully in Winter

Parish Church[edit]

Grandtully has a Church of Scotland parish church; it is now part of Grantully, Logierait and Strathtay Parish (within the Church of Scotland's Presbytery of Dunkeld and Meigle).

St Mary's church[edit]

St Mary's Church and graveyard at Grandtully
St Mary's Chapel, Grandtully - Painted Ceiling

In Nether Pitcairn, 3.2 km south-west of Grandtully, there is a church built in or shortly before 1533. It is a low and outwardly unassuming white washed building that contains a wooden tunnel vault ceiling with tempera paintings from the early 17th century. The paintings show scenes and persons from the bible intermixed with the coats of arms of kings and noblemen, and in addition an abundance of birds, fruits and angels, all depicted in a renaissance style with cartouches and imitated metal work. The paintings were restored in about 1950.[2]

Notable people[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Pitlochry and Crieff", Ordnance Survey Landranger Map (B2 ed.), 2008, ISBN 0-319-22985-8 
  2. ^ Gifford, John (2007). The buildings of Scotland: Perth and Kinross. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. pp. 405–406. 

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