Unique and stylish home in Perthshire with bags of character, original features and elegantly furnished rooms.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
EV charging point
Public transport accessible
Originally architect designed and built in 1902, this beautiful Arts and Crafts home complete with an orangery will provide a stunning backdrop to an unforgettable holiday for up to eight guests. The spacious rooms and character features such as wooden parquet flooring, stained glass windows and ornate coving are complemented by high-quality furnishings and décor which are the epitome of country living chic.
You’ll be spoiled for choice with a selection of comfortable and elegant seating areas. The dark wood-panelled luxury of the TV room with its leather sofas and 55" HDTV is a sociable spot to watch the latest films or box sets with your guests. Or curl up on a velvet sofa in the drawing room which features a beautiful Arts and Crafts fireplace, stained glass windows and a gorgeous view over the immaculate garden.
The orangery boasts floor-to-ceiling windows as well as a glass atrium-style ceiling flooding the space with light. Here you’ll find more comfy sofas to make the most of the garden views and a stylish dining table where you can dine with guests in comfort. There is even a bar area to cater for your after-dinner drinks.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, an oven, a washing machine, a microwave and a fridge plus a small breakfast bar where you can enjoy a morning coffee while preparing for the day ahead.
Your home is equipped with four elegant, individually designed bedrooms which all feature king size beds that can be arranged as twins according to your needs. Each room is light, spacious and airy with sumptuous bedding, ample storage space and decorated in warm colours and fabrics to welcome you back at the end of the day.
The three modern bathrooms are styled with elegant Victorian fittings combining the period authenticity of slipper baths with the contemporary luxury of rainforest showers.
Outside, a huge immaculate lawn provides plenty of space for dogs and children to play while you’ll find comfortable outdoor furniture on a patio area where you can enjoy a gin and tonic in the sun.
Auchterarder Main Street with its cafes, restaurants and shops is a five-minute walk away and it’s only one mile to the world-renowned Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Resort. Nearby, the Cathedral Museum and Dunblane Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Dunblane Cathedral and Earthquake House. Phoenix Falconry and Drummond Gardens are also worth visiting.
£500 per night in low season (January, February, March, April*, May*).
£600 per night in high season (June, July & August).
£800 per night for Christmas & New Year.
*Easter & Bank Holidays are classed as high season.
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