Charming view toward the characterful cottage
Enjoy breakfast on the patio while soaking up the views
Watch the sun over the beautiful, secluded garden
Light and spacious lounge
Kick back and relax with a cuppa, or even a wee whisky!
Leading through to the light kitchen
Spacious open-plan and well-equipped kitchen/dining area
Kitchen area
Relax in the comfy bed
Enjoy the lovely garden views from the balcony
Spacious stylish bedroom
Ground floor shower room
En-suite bathroom
Relax in the picturesque gardens
Take a visit to Cluny House Gardens
The famous black Watch monument close by
Try a spot of fishing on the river
Enjoy a round of golf on the local golf course
Enjoy a stroll along the bank of the River Tay
1 / 19  Charming view toward the characterful cottage
2 / 19  Enjoy breakfast on the patio while soaking up the views
3 / 19  Watch the sun over the beautiful, secluded garden
4 / 19  Light and spacious lounge
5 / 19  Kick back and relax with a cuppa, or even a wee whisky!
6 / 19  Leading through to the light kitchen
7 / 19  Spacious open-plan and well-equipped kitchen/dining area
8 / 19  Kitchen area
9 / 19  Relax in the comfy bed
10 / 19  Enjoy the lovely garden views from the balcony
11 / 19  Spacious stylish bedroom
12 / 19  Ground floor shower room
13 / 19  En-suite bathroom
14 / 19  Relax in the picturesque gardens
15 / 19  Take a visit to Cluny House Gardens
16 / 19  The famous black Watch monument close by
17 / 19  Try a spot of fishing on the river
18 / 19  Enjoy a round of golf on the local golf course
19 / 19  Enjoy a stroll along the bank of the River Tay

Little Hideaway

Aberfeldy, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Charming characterful cottage perfect for a romantic hideaway
  • Explore numerous Munros including Ben Lawers, Perthshire’s highest mountain
  • Nestled in a peaceful location in the heart of the picturesque town of Aberfeldy
  • Enjoy a trip to the magnificent Castle Menzies and Dewar’s Aberfeldys Distillery
  • Visit The Enchanted Forest, Scotland’s premier sound and light event
  • Home to Etape Caledonia the UK’s only closed road cycling event
Property code: 10654

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.

  • 1 Bedroom - king-size
  • 1 Shower room and 1 en-suite bathroom
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave and fridge
  • Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Regret no pets
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants within walking distance
  • TV/DVD

The villages of Duror and Kentallen are not far from the Argyll Coastal Route from Balluchulish in the north and Oban in the south. Located close to the shores of the breathtaking Loch Linnhe, this property offers guests the chance to take part in a number of activities, such as kayaking, fishing and sailing. The area's wildlife, such as seals, porpoises and golden eagles, in addition to its magnificent scenery and sunsets makes it popular with photographers.

The Kentallen to Ballachulish cycle path, which is part of the National Cycle Network, is great if you're keen cyclists, or if you're looking for something more leisurely, the pebble beach of Cuil Bay is only a short stroll away (1.2 miles) and the views of the mountains are spectacular. To see more of the sea loch, you can take a cruise and enjoy the commentary. Castle Stalker (6.5 miles), a 15th Century keep standing proud on its tidal islet in Loch Linnhe, is perfect for a touch of history and beauty, but visits are limited and should be pre-booked.

If you become enamoured with gorgeous Glencoe, make your way to the Highlands Titles Nature Reserve (1.5 miles) to become a Laird, Lord or Lady of Glencoe by bagging yourself a small piece of land as a souvenir and helping to preserve this special place which is home to lots of wildlife from deer to pine martens.

This property is personally managed by Lisa.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 21 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Joyce 27th September 2019

Brilliant cottage,cannot find a fault with anything will be back.

Reviewed by Alan 10th August 2019

great cottage good location very friendly and helpfull owners

Reviewed by Courtney 5th August 2019

A really nice cottage that is private and quiet and yet right in the center of town. It's two minutes walk to town center, but secluded with a beautiful courtyard. Kitchen was super-well-appointed, & very clean. Owners very helpful & knowledgeable. Only downside was no wi-fi, which we had thought was in the description (but isn't now). But the upsiRead moredes are great, and the Berks of Aberfeldy is a great hike, Dewars distillery nearby, paddling/biking also nearby. Great property, highly recommend! Hide

Reviewed by David 29th June 2019

A converted coach house in the grounds of a large house. The cottage feels peaceful and secluded yet is in the centre of town, so the best of both worlds. Immaculate, comfortable and well equipped. Bath and shower rooms are more than adequate for two, with chairs and tables outside to enjoy the sun in the garden. The owners were really helpful. TheRead more cottage is about 30m from the parking area, but the owners offered to assist carrying luggage etc. if needed. Hide

Reviewed by Gary 22nd June 2019

Wonderful hosts, made us feel very welcome from the minute we arrived. Cottage has everything you need for a couple. Great location to explore the highlands. Overall a wonderful holiday

Reviewed by Malcolm 15th June 2019

This cottage is absolutely fabulous. Hidden away at the bottom of a beautiful garden of the owners own cottage this is an ideal hideaway for a relaxing holiday or break. We stayed for a week in June 19. Very warm welcome from owners of the cottage and help available if required, although everything you need for a self catering holiday is in this beRead moreautiful cottage. Aberfeldy itself is a lovely little town with enough pubs, restaurants, shops and scenery to enjoy your stay. Hide

Reviewed by Stephen 8th June 2019

Very well maintained and superbly equipped cottage. Jenny and Richard were excellent hosts even providing scones and whisky. Situation in Aberfeldy town itself allows access to pubs, shops and restaurants of a good standard. Plenty to do and see in immediate locality. Nice patio area for finer weather and property benefits from being at the rear ofRead more owner's garden. Would highly recommend. Hide

Reviewed by Kay 22nd December 2018

The little Coach House was a lovely Holiday place to stay as it was very well equipped with all home comfort for two with lots to do a round it in the area as well thankyou Jenny and Richard from Rose Cottage Such Lovely People

Reviewed by Joel 28th November 2018

Hosts were very welcoming. The cottage house was very clean and perfect for all occasions. Very homely and comfortable, would highly recommend to other holiday-makers.

Reviewed by Mike 23rd November 2018

The cottage was absolutely brilliant, I was looking for a cosy place to take my girlfriend away for a weekend and it delivered in every way. The extras such as the scones and whiskey were a really nice traditional Scottish touch. The cottage itself is beautiful and very well kept. We would definitely stay again.

Reviewed by Manfred 15th September 2018

The warmest welcome ever!

Reviewed by Barry 1st September 2018

Lovely cottage in an idyllic location, really quiet and peaceful and the owners are very nice.

Reviewed by Alan 11th August 2018

Excellent cottage , very comfortable and made very welcome by the owners . Good location for the town and touring around the area.

Reviewed by George 21st July 2018

This cottage was above expectations it was exceptionaly clean and modern the owners went above and beyond to make us feel comfortable with home made scones jam and a dram of whisky waiting for us, there were tea bags and milk also awaiting our arrival. I think the besy way to descibe this cottage and the owners was 1st class, i have been to top ratRead moreed hotels and they do not come near to standard of this unique little cottage. 5 STARS ALL THE WAY. Hide

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Charming view toward the characterful cottage
Enjoy breakfast on the patio while soaking up the views
Watch the sun over the beautiful, secluded garden
Light and spacious lounge
Kick back and relax with a cuppa, or even a wee whisky!
Leading through to the light kitchen
Spacious open-plan and well-equipped kitchen/dining area
Kitchen area
Relax in the comfy bed
Enjoy the lovely garden views from the balcony
Spacious stylish bedroom
Show 7 moreGround floor shower room


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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