Situated at the entrance to the pretty little town of Auchterarder, this detached stone cottage is well placed between Stirling and Perth. Situated up a small pedestrian lane off the main street and within a short walk of shops, pubs and restaurants.
This charming, friendly cottage is perfectly made for two, and could be your cosy retreat for touring the Trossachs, Loch Tay and the Loch Lomond area of the Scottish Highlands. It’s a traditional building, lovingly renovated, and sits in the heart of the historic town of Auchterarder, beside the famous golf courses of Gleneagles.
The property itself started life as a stable for the main house a little way away, and was formed into its own dwelling in 1925. It retains a charming sense of character, with sweet country interiors, a beautiful stone facade, and decor that is bright and homely.
Step in to discover the welcoming heart of the home, the open-plan living area. Blending wooden floors and beams with natural decor and pops of colour, and with plenty of light from outside, this space is warm and inviting. The kitchen is just off to the side and has everything you need to make romantic meals for two, then you can enjoy eating at the delightful dining table. The lounge area, with its snug sofas, is the perfect place to read and unwind after a long day of exploring.
Head upstairs to find your bedroom. In the eaves, it enjoys exposed beams and wonderful views of the surrounding area. The bed is a comfy double, ideal for getting a good night’s rest ready for tomorrow.
And outside the property, an eating area on a gravelled terrace gives you the opportunity to enjoy the fresh air and an al fresco breakfast before setting out.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.