Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross
Beautiful traditional stone former-keeper's cottage that sleeps six, surrounded by stunning Scottish countryside.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Guests will fall in love the moment they pull up on the gravel driveway, beyond the castle, and spot this handsome stone cottage with pretty painted wooden gables, doors and windows. With open views across the Tay Valley, and a myriad of greens providing the immediate backdrop, the cottage is ideally situated for those wanting to unwind, relax and explore the spectacular region.
The exterior and location are equally matched by the stunning interior. Guests enter directly into a hallway where they will find plenty of space for muddy boots and coats and sticks. Wide, light wooden boards provide the flooring throughout the ground floor of the cottage but the space is given a cosy, welcoming atmosphere by the use of soft furnishings. Cosy rugs cover the floors, beautiful fabrics have been chosen for the floor-length thick curtains, and tartan chairs and throws make sure guests never forget where they are.
The living space is open plan. A modern and well-equipped kitchen has everything guests require for putting together delicious meals and Velux windows cast plenty of natural light directly into the the area. A glass topped circular dining table sits next to patio doors offering lovely views to be enjoyed whatever the weather and in summer guests can throw them open and bring in the fresh clean air. The lodge has a private outdoor living area too with sofas, a coffee table and a fire pit for late nights stargazing.
When it's time to head inside, an open fire keeps toes warm and provides a focal point on quiet nights in. Pour a whiskey, lie back on the deep sofa and enjoy the crackle of the flames. The quiet location and the comfy beds, with snuggly duvets and crisps linens, ensure guests can enjoy a deep, long sleep. Guests will also love the family bathroom that has a freestanding bath tub, meaning you can enjoy a relaxing soak after a long day wandering the hills.
There is lots to explore in the immediate vicinity. Cyclists and hikers will love discovering the many tracks and trails, and guests can also head to the River Tay for some rafting, kayaking and canyoning. When it's time to refuel head to Aberfeldy, the local market town, for supplies and a trip to the Dewars Aberfeldy Distillery Cafe. A warm welcome is guaranteed at The Ferryman's Inn or head to the loch side Paper Boat for coffees and cakes.
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