A beautifully converted steading that lies in its own peaceful setting surrounded by spectacular countryside and with many opportunities for fishing and other outdoor pursuits.
This fabulous converted steading is an ideal getaway for two couples seeking a break in the beautiful Highlands. Close to the charming town of Aberfeldy and within easy reach of beautiful Loch Tay and the Tay Forest Park, it is well-placed for enjoying a range of outdoor activities.
Inside, this single-storey property is a wonderfully quirky mix of modern and traditional, with the original stone walls and timbered ceilings complemented by stylish sofas and a smart, contemporary kitchen. The splashes of colour make for a very welcoming and friendly atmosphere, creating the perfect place to relax and socialise.
The approach to the property is impressive – along the path and up the stone steps to the raised garden that lies in front of the large central patio doors. Upon entering, you are welcoming by a bright, high-ceilinged and open-plan living area, with a smart kitchen at one end and a cosy lounge at the other. The kitchen is well-equipped with everything you need and, with the breakfast bar along one side, makes cooking a sociable affair. Enjoy a meal together at the adjacent table before sinking into the invitingly large and comfy sofas, arranged around the impressive stone fireplace. On chilly evenings, light the fire and relax in front of the TV with a drink or have fun with a game of billiards. When it comes to bedtime, you’ll need to nip outside and walk round to the door of your chosen bedroom. Both the twin bedrooms are delightful and have an immaculate en-suite with shower, hand basin and WC.
Outside, there are beautiful views of the surrounding lush countryside. Take a seat on the patio to enjoy a morning coffee or perhaps sit down for a meal with the group on warmer days. There are plenty of superb walks in the local area, and fishing in the Upper River Tay is available by arrangement with the owner. There is ample parking for two vehicles.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.