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Rossie Ochil House

Forgandenny, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 16
Bedrooms 8
Bathrooms 7
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 3
4 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Hot tub
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Family friendly
Towels included
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • 17th-century converted manor house
  • Six en-suite bedrooms and unique two-bedroom annexe
  • Enclosed garden and private hot tub
  • Farmhouse kitchen with large Aga
  • 11.5 miles to the city of Perth, with plenty of tourist attractions
  • Craig Rossie, Innerdouny Hill and Lendrick Hill peaks all within 20 miles
Property code: CA290

Enjoy a family reunion in this vast 17th-century property, sleeping 12 in the main house and four in the stand-alone annexe – ideal for independent teenagers or grandparents.

Whisk yourselves away to bonnie Scotland and enjoy a rural retreat dating back to the 17th century with family, friends and furry guests. Sitting in a peaceful and idyllic location amongst lawns and woodland, yet only 13 miles from the vibrant city of Perth, come rain or shine, you will never find yourself at a loss for things to do. Step outside and venture off on a walk, hit the shops for a spot of retail therapy or simply while away hours in the hot tub with a glass of something cold in hand. Housing 16 guests comfortably across the main house and an annexe, there are plenty of spacious rooms for lively communal nights and also a handful of quiet corners so that you can sneak off for a moment of peace and quiet. Canine companions are most welcome and can chase their tails to their heart’s content in the large grounds or snuggle up by the open fire to ensure their tails are kept toasty warm.

The heart of the home, the ground floor has many a large space for guests to gather and natter the evenings away. Snuggle up in style in the lounge with open fire and TV/DVD or put your feet up in the sitting room which also boasts an open fire, promising to keep the chill at bay in colder months. The traditional charm continues through to the kitchen which is a snug yet well-equipped room with a breakfast table for informal meals or simply a place for enjoying a mug of tea in the mornings. Tasty dinners can be enjoyed in the elegant dining room which has an element of grandeur and is the perfect place for raising a glass and toasting to loved ones and special times.

Climbing to the first floor you will discover four of eight bedrooms. Rest your head and curl up in these tranquil rooms and get a good night’s sleep, so you wake feeling ready for the adventures which lie ahead.

Continuing up to the second floor, you will find two further bedrooms which are treated to en-suites so that you can beat the morning queue for the shower and freshen up with ease. Please take care as some bedrooms have sloping ceilings due to the nature of the house.

The remaining two bedrooms can be found in the annexe. This splendid spot also houses a lounge, kitchen and bathroom and is wonderfully suited to those guests who might enjoy a quieter stay away from the hustle and bustle.

Come rain or shine, soak in the hot tub and while away evenings under the stars until the time comes to head to bed. Wake up, put the kettle on and enjoy a stroll around the glorious grounds for a breath of fresh air to get your day off to a rejuvenating start.

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

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

  • 8 bedrooms: 1 super king-size, 5 super king-size/twin zip-and-link, 2 double/twin zip-and-link. 2 extra pull-out beds available by arrangement and at an extra charge
  • 7 bathrooms: 1 WC on ground floor, 6 en-suite bathrooms with WCs and showers (1 with bath) and 1 shared bathroom in annexe with WC and shower over bath
  • 2 kitchens: main kitchen has fridge/freezer, large Aga, microwave. Annexe kitchen has electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave
  • Utility room in main house with washing machine, tumble dryer, extra fridge and electric oven
  • 2 TVs, both with DVD, stereo
  • Enclosed garden with furniture and private hot tub
  • Cot and highchair available by request
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Open fire - logs included
  • Electricity and heating included
  • 3 dogs welcome
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Pub 7 miles, village with shop 4 miles
  • Catering services available by arrangement and at an extra charge
  • Entertainment lodge which offers a large lounge, kitchen, bar and dining room ideal for a special celebration available by separate arrangement at an additional cost
  • Two additional pull-out beds are available - an extra charge for beds and linen will apply (£30 per person)
  • Additional entertainment lodge with large lounge, kitchen, bar and dining room perfect for a special celebratory or anniversary meal which is available by separate arrangement

Discover the unusual remains of Burleigh Castle, 10 miles from home which date back to 1446. Doused in history and exciting tales, sneak around the interior towers and imagine the goings-on which have taken place over hundreds of years. With stories including jealous individuals seeking revenge and many more, those with a hunger for history must pay these walls a visit.

Grab your walking shoes and pack up a tasty picnic, then jump in the car and travel 17 miles to the centre of Lomond Hills Regional Park. Navigate your way on well-trodden trails or step off the beaten track and explore this stunningly dramatic landscape. For a waterside ramble, visit neighbouring Loch Leven which is just 11 miles from home and has a 13-mile circular walk.

Having immersed yourself in the great outdoors and spent days admiring landscapes, you might find yourself needing a dose of city life. Just 12 miles from Perth, head out for a day and roam this gloriously beautiful city and all it has to offer. Aligned with the River Tay, you can still marvel at the natural beauty of the area whilst partaking in a spot of retail therapy and fine dining. Time it right and catch a live music event, or let the sporty guests amongst you take to a mountain bike for the day.

This property is personally managed by Lisa.


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Reviewed by Mike 21st December 2019

A great place to stay for a large family/group. Rooms were lovely with en-suit throughout. The house was always warm and cosy with plenty of logs for the fire in the main room. All amenities were fantastic and I mean fantastic. Would go again at the drop of a hat.

Reviewed by Liz 12th October 2019

Absolutely perfect house for our family celebration. Large and comfortable rooms and plenty of space. We were welcomed warmly by the housekeeper. Location great, very peaceful but within easy reach of a huge variety of interesting places.

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With so many beautiful places to visit and things to experience, a break to Scotland should not be missed. Our fantastic Scottish holiday cottages will ensure a truly memorable getaway. Whether it’s a dog-friendly countryside cottage for two, or a vast and resplendent castle for the entire clan on a tranquil island, we have a holiday in Scotland to suit everyone.

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