This charming coach house cottage has been lovingly converted from an original stable building and sits in a secluded, peaceful location within the extensive mature grounds of the owner's home.
Situated in the delightful town of Aberfeldy on the banks of the River Tay, this cosy cottage for two offers a romantic getaway in the stunning Scottish countryside. A lovingly-converted barn hidden away at the bottom of the grounds of the owner’s house, this charming cottage feels spacious, with its original features adding character throughout. With Perthshire’s largest loch, Loch Tay, and Scotland’s longest glen, Glen Lyon, both nearby, exhilarating activities that allow you to immerse yourselves in the majestic landscape are never far away. Whether it’s outdoor pursuits, such as walking, cycling, climbing, canoeing, angling or sailing (to name a few), culture or wildlife watching that interests you, this property is well-located for them all.
On the ground floor, the open-plan living area has the cosy lounge at one end and the kitchen/diner at the other, with a tiled floor throughout. The lounge has a TV/DVD as well as a handy CD player, so at the end of a busy day, you can sink into the comfy sofas and watch, listen or read something to relax. The well-equipped kitchen is contemporary with everything you’ll need. There is a utility room and shower room on the ground floor.
The staircase leads up to the well-presented king-size bedroom with a Juliet balcony looking out over the gardens. There is also an en-suite bathroom.
Outside, guests are invited to wander around the main house’s garden, but guests can also enjoy the privacy of their own pretty patio area. It is the perfect place for a morning coffee or evening dram of whisky. Off-road parking is available within 30 metres of the property.