Escape to rural Perthshire, Scotland with a visit to the charming Calair Cottage, boasting a wood-fired hot tub, log fire and stunning mountain views
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Tucked away in the village of Balquhidder, Perthshire, Calair Cottage is a charming three-bedroom property offering a taste of Scottish rural life. With picturesque views of the surrounding village, Ben Vorlich and Kirkton Glen, this property is a gateway to the dramatic mountain landscape of the Braes of Balquhidder. The perfect place to unwind, the cottage features a wood-fired hot tub and a log fire, and tastefully styled interiors.
Inside, the cottage is decorated with a chic neutral palette: think soft beige sofas paired with mustard yellow cushions and throws. The living area is open plan and endlessly cosy, furnished with the essential log burner, a TV, and a large, cosy sofa with two separate armchairs, ideal for sinking into with a good book. The two skylights and windows bring natural light during the day, with soft, warm lighting setting the vibe for the evening.
At the other end of this expansive room lies the kitchen area, decorated with smart green subway tiles and stylish cream cabinets. The kitchen island provides a more laidback seating option, perfect for a slow breakfast, whilst a large dining table can be found opposite with colourful cushions topping the integrated bench.
Glass doors slide open to the decking area, complete with an outdoor sofa perfect for enjoying a cup of morning coffee. In the garden, you'll find the highlight of Calair Cottage: the wood-fired hot tub on a raised decking area, offering the potential for a long, hot soak after a busy day out exploring.
Upstairs, the three bedrooms are relaxed and luxurious, each includes a double bed topped with crisp white sheets and snug blankets for a deep and peaceful night's rest. The generously sized bathroom family features smart white tiles, a shower over a large bath and a light-up mirror.
The village of Balquhidder is overlooked by the impressive mountain terrain of the Braes of Balquhidder, found at the head of Loch Voil. A popular place for walking, the locality offers an array of scenic routes including the Rob Roy walking trail, Kirkton Pass and Balquhidder Glen. Perfect for geology and history lovers alike, Balquhidder contains pre-historic sites including a stone circle, the Pudreag Stone and a Neolithic burial chamber.
If you're hungry after all that walking, sample the culinary delights at the seafood-specialising Falls Of Dochart Smokehouse or The Lade Inn. For a spot of afternoon tea, try The Steamship Café or Brig O’Turk Tearoom for a tempting selection of home-baked scones, cakes and traybakes.
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