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Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Increased accessibility
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Quirky and original contemporary property close to Pitlochry golf club
  • Galleried double-height living room
  • Lovely garden
  • Fabulous location for active families
  • Close to the bustling town of Pitlochry and Blair Athol distillery
  • Less than half a mile from Tay Forest Park and the River Tummel
Property code: CA022

A characterful detached home in a tiny hamlet, perfectly placed for exploring the Perthshire countryside. Sleeping eight, it''s ideal for two families sharing.

Nestling in a delightful position in a tranquil spot between Killiecrankie and Pitlochry, this comfortable and attractive property makes a charming holiday home for a small group or a larger family. Surrounded by glorious Perthshire countryside, this lovely retreat provides ample accommodation for up to eight guests. Set on the edge of the wonderful Tay Forest Park and just a mile from the southern outskirts of the glorious Cairngorms National Park, the property serves as a fantastic base for keen walkers and nature-lovers. The area is dotted with pretty villages and towns to explore, including Pitlochry, Killiecrankie and Blair Atholl. You can also discover sparkling lochs including Loch Tummel, Loch Errochty and Loch Rannoch (all within 20 miles). The beautiful city of Perth is within easy reach (30 miles).

Set back a little way from the road, this light, airy and spacious holiday getaway has been delicately decorated in light, calming and welcoming tones, and has been tastefully furnished. There are a number of delightful features include a double-height ceiling and a minstrel gallery. The main living spaces and the bedrooms are fresh, spacious and cosy, with two delightful lounges – one on each floor, ensuring that everyone has plenty of space to unwind.

On entering this bright, cheery and inviting property you will find the large lounge. With plenty of comfortable seating, a double-height ceiling, and doors leading out to the garden, this light-filled room is a lovely space to relax in at the end of a great day. The bright and spacious kitchen/diner is fully equipped for preparing your favourite meals and is a pleasure to cook in. The dining area is ideal for a family to gather and share a special dinner. Exploring the ground floor further, you will find two delightful bedrooms. There’s an attractive twin room and a lovely king-size room with an en-suite shower. The ground floor also includes a WC and a useful utility room.

Heading up the stairs to the first floor, you will find the galleried landing which overlooks the main lounge. The first floor features a charming smaller lounge with plenty of seating and a TV, making it ideal for children. You will also find two cosy double bedrooms as well as a bathroom.

Stepping outside the house, you will find a charming garden and ample space for parking. Please note that a railway passes by the house a little to the north.

Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 4 bedrooms – 1 king-size, 2 double and 1 twin
  • 2 bathrooms - 1 en-suite shower room and 1 bathroom with bath and a WC
  • Dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, range cooker and washing machine
  • TV/DVD player
  • Enclosed garden
  • Regret no Wi-Fi
  • Ample off-street parking
  • Shops and pub within 2.5 miles

The pretty burgh of Pitlochry (2.5 miles) offers a range of great activities and attractions. There's a variety of places to eat and drink, as well as a many independent shops, galleries and a spa hotel. Attractions include the famous Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Blair Atholl Distillery and Explorers Garden, with Edradour Distillery a little further on (5 miles). Pitlochry is also a great base for pastimes such as angling, golf, mountain biking and bungee jumping. Walkers can explore Craigower and Loch Tummel (both 8.5 miles) or the various outcrops of the Tay Forest Park.

Heading north, you will find Killiecrankie Gorge (1.5 miles). Now a popular area for watersports, this is also the site of an infamous 18th-century Jacobite battle which you can learn about in the visitor centre. This is also a lovely area for wildlife, with chances to see red squirrels, pine martens and woodpeckers.

The picturesque village of Blair Atholl (5 miles) is home to the Scottish Craft Beer Centre, the historic Blair Castle and Gardens, the Hercules Garden and Diana's Grove. The popular retail outlet the House of Bruar (8.5 miles) is also nearby on the southern ridge of the Cairngorms National Park. The Cairngorms offers a wealth of activities including mountaineering, sailing, horse riding, golf, shooting and cycling.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mrs Waldie August 2019

Beautiful house although curtains would be an improvement over the blinds plus blind adjustments loose. Plenty cutlery etc. Kitchen good size. Could do with proper gates especially if you have children or pets due to very busy fast road. All in all a beautiful house.

Reviewed by Mr Bickley June 2019

Had a great week here. The property was in good order and comfortable. Some people have mentioned the railway behind beeing a bit noisy but we hardly noticed it. And it certainly didnt have any affect on our holiday. Didn't go into pitlochry to much but the co-op in town has everything you need and there's a good fish and chip shop just next door.

Reviewed by Mr Mckinnon April 2019

This house was fairly modern with all the facilities needed to enjoy your stay. The only slight negatives were the main rail track at the back of the garden and the road at the bottom of the front garden. From inside the house the noise from the trains was audible but not overbearing. the main road was fairly quiet but at times there was speeding tRead moreraffic which caused concern when trying to cross. The house garden was described as fully enclosed but there was areas where this wasnt the case. The house did not have wi-fi which i thought in this day and age should have been available for our stay. the positives were the surrounding areas such as Pitlochry, Faskally & Killiekrankie, there was some lovely riverside walks and easy access to the pebble beaches that run along the River. Overall a very enjoyable stay in a beautiful part of Scotland. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Walker December 2018

Our family spent a week over Christamas at Arrlochaira and loved every minute. The house is warm and cosy and very well equipped with everything needed for a family. The layout allows for everyone to spread out. There are great walks just across the road and the whole area is interesting with lovely places to explore.

Reviewed by Mrs Waterson July 2018

This house is lovely and great for families to get together. The kitchen is well equipped and is has one of the best we have used. Having the upstairs lounge is very useful too as we were with elderly parents who went to bed early. The bathrooms are finished to a high standard although the showers arent very powerful. Lovely back garden to sit in, Read moreA bit noisey due to the house being inbetween roads and the railway at the back but this didnt spoil our stay. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Brydon May 2018

Spacious and clean - fitted our needs perfectly

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