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Beautiful views over the River Tay from the balcony
House with private hot tub
Lounge
Relax in the hot tub and enjoy the views
Open-plan kitchen/diner
Lounge
King-size bedrooms
View out to the patio
Bathroom
Twin bedroom
Twin bedroom
Stunning views over the river
Stunning views over the river
Direct access from the garden onto the river banks
Deserted beach along the river
View up the drive towards property
Enjoy a wee dram enjoying the river views
1 / 17  Beautiful views over the River Tay from the balcony
2 / 17  House with private hot tub
3 / 17  Lounge
4 / 17  Relax in the hot tub and enjoy the views
5 / 17  Open-plan kitchen/diner
6 / 17  Lounge
7 / 17  King-size bedrooms
8 / 17  View out to the patio
9 / 17  Bathroom
10 / 17  Twin bedroom
11 / 17  Twin bedroom
12 / 17  Stunning views over the river
13 / 17  Stunning views over the river
14 / 17  Direct access from the garden onto the river banks
15 / 17  Deserted beach along the river
16 / 17  View up the drive towards property
17 / 17  Enjoy a wee dram enjoying the river views

Lodge By The Tay

Perth (7mls S), Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
5 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Hot tub
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Splendid detached house nestled on the banks of the river Tay direct access from garden down to river
  • Private hot tub with water feature and mood lighting
  • Salmon fishing available on the beautiful river Tay, Ghillie and boat can also be arranged with the owners at the time of booking
  • A delightful 1 mile walk to the pretty village of Stanley with shops, pubs, restaurants and takeaways
  • 20 golf courses within easy reach including Gleneagles, Rosemount, Lansdowne, Perth and Dunkeld
  • Close to the picturesque village of Dunkeld where you can enjoy a trip to the beautiful Beatrix Potter Gardens and Dunkeld Cathedral
  • Enjoy a trip the Glenshee Ski Centre offering the UK's most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities

 

Property code: 50031

Within walking distance to the pretty village of Stanley, this spacious detached lodge with large mature gardens is located in an elevated position enjoying magnificent river and countryside views.

With an idyllic location on the banks of the River Tay, this spacious and delightful lodge enjoys panoramic views of the river and the miles of forest that lie beyond. Accessible from a path in your garden, the River Tay provides endless opportunities for walks or even fishing. 1 mile away you’ll find the village of Stanley that has plenty of shops and eateries for your convenience.

Spacious and light, this property enjoys incredible river views from the large windows. Warm woods and antique furnishings together with lovely floral elements give the place a homely feel, filled with country-living charm. Well-equipped with everything needed for modern living, but beautifully appointed to fully appreciate the peaceful surroundings.

On the ground floor you’ll find a delightful king-sized bedroom with a dressing room and French doors that lead out onto the patio. Back through the hallway you’ll find a lovely bathroom with a shower over the bath, as well as a utility room with a washing machine.

Upstairs you are met with the spacious lounge/kitchen/diner, a lovingly decorated open-plan space that is perfect for relaxing. Sit back on the sofa or wonderful antique chairs with a film on the TV, or watch the sunset from the balcony. The kitchen has a classic country-living style with wooden surfaces and duck-egg blue cabinets, as well as being well-equipped with all you need to cook up a storm. On the first floor you’ll also find the two twin rooms which are cosy with comfortable beds and a shower room.

Step outside into the delightful mature gardens, with a patio including a seating area and BBQ, and a covered hot tub to relax in front of the spectacular views. Let the kids play in the garden, or go through the access gate down to the river. Ample off-road parking is available at the property.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 king-size and 2 twins (zip and link on request)
  • 1 bathroom and 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and fridge/freezer
  • Utility cupbaord with washing machine
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Hot Tub - towels included
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Regret no smoking
  • 2 dogs welcome - dogs must be kept on lead and under control in the garden as the drive is shared
  • Pubs, shops and restaurants within walking distance
  • Arrival 4pm
  • Boot room with cycle store and two additional freezers
  • TV/DVD and CD
  • Hairdryers and bathrobes are provided

Occupying a beautifully tranquil location, this property has direct access to the River Tay, providing hours of entertainment. Arrange a boat with the owners and take to the waters; why not try your hand at salmon in this internationally recognised fishing spot. Take a picnic down to the river bank and enjoy an afternoon with your family in this idyllic setting. Alternatively you could head into the woodlands for a spot of hiking.

If you are in need of essentials or fancy a meal out, then the lovely village of Stanley is on your doorstep and boasts shops, friendly pubs and restaurants. For more leisure facilities, then Perth is just 9 miles away, and offers a plethora of amenities. Amongst these are a selection of impressive castles, including Huntingtower Castle, the Black Watch Castle and Museum, and Elcho Castle which have a rich and fascinating history to discover.

Make the most of the beautiful landscapes of Perthshire by going on scenic walks, such as the quiet and tranquil woodlands of the Tay Forest Park which is 13 miles away. Another fascinating walk lies 10 miles away in Birnam. Here you'll find the Birnam oak which is suggested to be over 500 years old, and is the last remaining tree of the Birnam Wood that features in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Walk up to Birnam Hill and King's Seat, or through the park which hosts the Birnam Highland Games each year.

This property is personally managed by Lisa.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 10 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Helen 26th October 2019

Stunning location. Ideal for families with dogs. Very clean and welcoming- cake was fantastic. Perfect location to get away from hectic everyday life and enjoy the countryside and surrounding towns and cities.

Reviewed by Gilbert 22nd September 2019

Comfortable cottage in a stunning location with friendly owners.

Reviewed by Philip 17th August 2019

Great location, with warm and welcoming hosts next door. The lodge is well equipped, with lovely views to enjoy from the balcony, comfortable beds and the hot tub was fantastic. Plenty to do in the area, and nice to come back to the privacy and peacefulness of the lodge each evening. We wouldn't hesitate to come back.

Reviewed by Sarah 3rd August 2019

Lodge by the Tay is set in beautiful surroundings and is ideal for a complete switch off. Well equipped with all of your needs at hand. The hot tub is a lovely treat and is perfect on cold days! Highly recommend

Reviewed by Patricia 13th July 2019

Peter and Rosie couldnt have been more welcoming or helpful. The Lodge was homely and cosy and extremely well equipped. Child and dog friendly with a private walk down to a lovely little beach. We felt tucked away in a little bubble of tranquility whilst knowing all amenities were not too far away . A most relaxing week away enjoyed by all.

Reviewed by Valerie 4th May 2019

Lovely property with great views of the Tay Great position if you wanted to fish Hot tub a nice extra

Reviewed by Leonard 20th April 2019

Stunning location, really comfortable rooms. The cottage kept the promises the pictures made, in fact our experience was that it is even better. We had a great week there. Very nice owners.

Reviewed by Ros 6th April 2019

The holiday was fantastic and exactly what we needed and the views and walks amazing. Peter and Rosie were really helpful. The hot tub was a godsend after a day out walking. Loved every minute of our break thoroughly recommend. Lots of beautiful walks and the dogs loved it too.

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Beautiful views over the River Tay from the balcony
House with private hot tub
Lounge
Relax in the hot tub and enjoy the views
Open-plan kitchen/diner
Lounge
King-size bedrooms
View out to the patio
Bathroom
Twin bedroom
Twin bedroom
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Location

Map
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