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Edradynate House

Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 16
Bedrooms 9
Bathrooms 9
Change Sat
No Dogs
5 star
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Grand country house with lovely rural views
  • Choice of formal and informal living spaces
  • Extensive gardens with terraces and lawns
  • Salmon fishing nearby
  • Excellent walking country
  • Spacious home for large family gatherings
Property code: CA127

A spacious home with outstanding views over the Tay Valley and plenty of room for family gatherings.

Located off the beaten track in the wonderful Highland countryside is this remarkable manor house, which will truly impress both inside and out. Live like the Scottish gentry in this 17th-century home and make use of an abundance of lounge rooms and private gardens as you make yourselves at home throughout your stay. The house comfortably sleeps 16 guests across nine spacious bedrooms, meaning you can get together with all the family yet retreat to a private lounge or study when in need of a bit of peace and quiet.

A traditional style has been maintained throughout the house, each room is teeming with antique furniture and characterful decor. The walls and windows are adorned with elegant vintage patterns, unique artwork and heavy curtains, and the various open fires make this home a truly welcoming retreat for winter breaks. Whilst the property has been classically decorated it still maintains a homely feel, with comfortable armchairs just waiting for guests to curl up with a good book.

Older guests can look forward to some uninterrupted conversation as their younger counterparts rush to the ground floor playroom to watch TV or enjoy a game of table tennis. Grown-ups can enjoy a game of their own in the billiard room, or retreat to one of the living spaces to enjoy a glass of local Scotch before an open fire. The home boasts plenty of spots for dining, be it a casual or more formal dinner. Enjoy breakfast in the large farmhouse kitchen, warmed by the traditional Aga, or take coffee in the conservatory with views out onto the garden. A dinner party or celebratory meal can be held in the extravagantly decorated dining room, before you and your guests retire to bed.

All nine bedrooms can be found upstairs on the first floor, and recent renovations have left each bedroom with either an en-suite or private bathroom. The master bedroom is a double room with a bed opposite a vast bay window, boasting wonderful views of the surrounding Tay Valley. Enjoy a lazy morning in bed watching TV or enjoy getting ready for an evening out at the vintage dresser. A further four double bedrooms, two twin rooms and one single, all with corresponding bathrooms, will provide comfortable lodgings for the rest of the family.

The far-reaching gardens of this estate boast miles of walks, and its remote location ensures you’ll have the privacy needed to unwind outdoors. Wander on up the hill to find two small lochs, perfect for fishing or enjoying a waterside picnic. Be sure to find time to lounge on the hammock on a sunny afternoon and just breathe in the pure loch air - bliss.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 9 bedrooms – 5 double, 3 twin, 1 single
  • 9 bathrooms – 3 en-suite with shower over the bath, 5 en-suite with bath and separate shower, 1 shower room
  • American fridge freezer, chest freezer, 2 dishwashers, electric hob and oven, Aga, microwave, washing machine and bread maker
  • 4 miles from pubs and shops
  • TV, video and stereo
  • Wi-Fi
  • Open fire with fuel included
  • Ample parking
  • Maximum occupancy for the property is 16
  • Regret no pets
  • Fishing and clay pigeon shooting available by prior arrangement. This is at an additional cost and subject to weather conditions and availability
  • Guests may use the owners membership of Strathtay Golf Club for 4 people during their holiday. Please arrange at the time of booking.

The helpful property owners are happy to help you enjoy your stay, and various activities can be organised with them by prior arrangement. Enjoy clay pigeon shooting, fishing for brown trout on the lochs or even fishing for pink salmon on the River Tay, which is less than 1 mile away. Keen golfers can head to Strathtay Golf course (2.5 miles) where four guests can make use of the owner's club membership.

To enjoy the best of Scotland's wonderful landscape, head to Queen's View on the brink of Loch Tummel (18 miles). The Tay Forest Park is the perfect spot for photographers or painters to come and capture the moment. Ideal for families who love a bit of adventure, you're only 16.5 miles from the peak of Schiehallion, one of the country's easiest Munros which will take a solid 4–6 hours to climb.

For a less challenging excursion, enjoy a 5-mile country walk to the nearby town of Aberfeldy and head to a family-friendly pub for a drink and a hearty meal. There's also an independent cinema showing the latest blockbusters, an enjoyable night out for all the family. Whilst there be sure to visit Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery (5.5 miles) and take home a bottle of something to remember your trip by.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

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