A traditional stone-built property situated on a small holding close to the town of Aberfeldy, in the heart of rural Perthshire. The cottage provides spacious accommodation and garden area (not enclosed) for up to 6 people, making it a great option for a family holiday. The garden itself is to the side and rear of the property and adjoins a 5 acre area available for exploration, edged by an unfenced burn. The small holding itself is home to a small flock of Soay Sheep, a rare and endangered Hebridean breed which are almost goat like, but people friendly and will come to a bucket to feed.
Regardless of your preferences, the surrounding area does not disappoint, with something for everyone from white water rafting and canyoning for the adrenaline junkies, to historic locations like Menzies Castle and the Black Watch Monument for those who prefer a more sedate life. Walkers are spoilt for choice with at least 3 Munro's within driving distance, not to mention the stunning waterfalls and gorges of the Birks Moness Burn. The property even provides bike storage for anyone looking to take advantage of the local mountain biking routes of Camserney and Dull Wood.
For any country sport enthusiasts, brown trout and salmon fishing is available on the Rivers Lyon, Tay, Dochart and Tummel, though licenses are required and shooting and stalking is available on a number of local estates.
Aberfeldy itself is only 3 miles away and the local facilities catered for all with an array of shops, delis and restaurants, along with Birks cinema for film and live theatre showings and Breadalbane Community campus with Sports and Leisure -Outdoor pitches, fitness suite, dance studio, squash courts, swimming pool, climbing wall, indoor sports halls and Dewar's distillery in on the edge of the town. Day trips to the larger cities of Perth and Stirling allow you to take in the Scottish Piping Centre and of course the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle; other visits out can be made to Pitlochry with it's famous for the salmon fish ladder, theatre and Blair Athol whisky distiller and you can continue a bit further north to enjoy extensive retail therapy at The House of Bruar which also offers restaurant facilities, there is a designated trail to visit the Bruar waterfalls too.
Glenshee ski and snowboard centre is only a 40 minute drive with the UK's most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities which include 22 lifts and 36 runs, the centre also offers an amazing diversity of natural terrain for all standards of skiers and snowboarders.
Postcode: PH15 2JF
Damage Deposit: £250
Short breaks are accepted throughout the year, (except for Christmas and New Year) with a minimum stay of 5 nights during Peak periods.
A 10% discount will be applied for Couples when only using one bedroom, this will be applied manually after booking.
For bookings of 2 consecutive weeks (regardless of party size) a £50 discount will be applied (offers cannot be used in conjunction with each other).
Accommodation for 6: Ground Floor : Sitting Room with wood burner and patio doors, Kitchen/Dining Room, Bathroom with basin, toilet and over-bath shower, 1 x double room
First Floor: 2 x twin rooms, Cloak Room,
Services:Electric central heating * Log burner * Electric oven and hob * Microwave * Fridge/Freezer * Dishwasher * Washing Machine * Wifi * TV and DVD Player * Garden (not enclosed) * Patio with Garden Furniture * Bed linen and towels provided * Parking for 2 cars * No smoking * Max 2 dogs welcome.
Extras: £20 per dog per week
PLEASE NOTE - there is an unfenced stream in the garden.