Charming Tudor cottage with woodburning stove, open plan kitchen, living, dining room and additional gallery living space, 2 bedrooms ensuite, ideal for couples, families, shooting and fishing parties.
Great central base to visit Scotland, private rural location in grounds of historic Scottish Castle.
- £395 – £695 / week
- £250 - £450 / mid week or weekend breaks
Great countryside walks, close to the City of Perth and local amenities.
- Size: Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
- Nearest beach: 42km
- Will consider: Corporate lets, Long lets, Short breaks
- Access: Car advised, Wheelchair access, Nearest amenities: 2km
- Family friendly - Suitable for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
- Notes: May take pets - please enquire, No smoking at this property, Self-catering
- Luxuries: Log fire
- General: Central heating, TV, CD player
- Standard: Kettle, Toaster
- Utilities: Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
- Rooms: 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 en suite
- Furniture: Sofabeds (1), Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seating for 6, Lounge seating for 8
- Other: Linen and towels provided
- Outdoors: Balcony / Terrace, Private garden
- Access: Wheelchair friendly, Parking space
Further details indoors:
Flat/ramped access to front door, enter into the ground floor living/dining/kitchen space with 1 double bedroom and jack-and-jill bathroom off.
Open stair to second level on a bridge, with an ensuite twin bedded room (can be king) on one side and gallery living space on the other. Large glass panel window/door to fromt with external decking overlooking 2 acre secluded walled garden.
Further details outdoors:
Parking at front door for several cars, flat/ramp access, wooden decking to front, enclosed garden
- The cottage is let on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday
- Shorter lets are also available. Please contact us for availability and rates
- The cottage is available at 4pm on the day of arrival and is to be vacated by 10am on the day of departure.
- Bed linen, towels, heating and logs are included.
- Reservation is confirmed upon receipt of a 20% deposit.
- Balance of payment is due eight (8) weeks in advance of the start date of the holiday.
- At the same time as making the balance of payment, not later than eight weeks in advance of the start of the holiday, an additional £50.00 breakage deposit will require to be paid, which will be returned, after your holiday on the basis that there has been no damage to the property or any undue housekeeping requirements.
Situated in the very heart of Scotland, Perthshire represents the perfect place to find all that you expect of a great Scottish holiday.
Most of Perthshire is little more than one hour by road or rail from Glasgow or Edinburgh, but a world apart. Towns and places to visit in Perthshire include Aberfeldy, Loch Tay and Glen Lyon, Auchterarder, Gleneagles and the Ochils, Blairgowrie and East Perthshire, Crieff, Comrie and Strathearn, Dunkeld and Birnam, Kinross-shire and Loch Leven, the Fair City of Perth, Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire, and some of the most scenic Scottish glens.
Whatever your interest and no matter what time of year you visit, Perthshire has something for everyone. Choose from a varied and action packed programme of events that include highland games, literary, food and music festivals, sporting competitions, agricultural shows, walking festivals and theatre designed to entertain and inspire!
The Perth, Scotland / Methven area
The historic City of Perth has been attracting visitors for 800 years. Once Scotland's capital, the 'Fair City' has often had a significant role as a centre of politics, business and the law.
Nowadays, it is one of Europe's most successful small cities, preserving and celebrating its fascinating heritage whilst embracing the best of the 21st century. Its compact city centre, complemented by a wealth of renowned parks & gardens, gives Perth a delightful atmosphere which invites relaxed exploration.
And there is much to discover, as Perth's history continues to hold its own alongside the vibrant cultural & culinary scene that distinguishes this truly modern city.
Beautifully situated on the banks of the silvery River Tay, Perth's central location makes it the ideal base from which to explore.
A climb or drive through the wooded slopes of Kinnoull Hill is an ideal introduction to Perth. Enjoy the breathtaking views to the north and west. Otherwise explore Perth on foot; perhaps you could follow the Soutar Trail.
Perth has been a market town for hundreds of years. Today, long established family businesses, specialist retailers and familiar chain stores sit alongside one another on the traffic-free High Street and in St Johns Shopping Centre.
History lovers will find that Perth offers unsurpassed delights. Not to be missed is Scone Palace (pronounced Scoon) original home of Scotland's Stone of Destiny where 42 of Scotland's Kings were crowned. Scone Palace.
If it's industrial heritage that you're interested in then Stanley Mills, a new visitor centre 4 miles north of Perth, expertly showcases and explains how the mill harnessed the power of the River Tay to drive cotton-spinning machines.
Colourful floral displays and wonderful lush green parklands enhance Perth. These parklands survive today as the North and South Inches; superb public parks. While here, also enjoy the kaleidoscope of colours at Perth's many gardens including Branklyn and Rodney Gardens.
Reminders of medieval times are plentiful and in the city centre you will find the striking St John's Kirk. Around St John's Kirk is the perfect place to pause and soak up the atmosphere in one of the many restaurants and coffee shops of the Café Quarter.
Indeed, the new £20 million state of the art Perth Concert Hall sits on the site of the original Horsecross - Perth's 17th century horse market. A wide variety of touring shows and in-house productions also take place at the much loved Perth Theatre, one of the oldest theatres in Scotland.
- Airport: Dundee: 32 km
- Railway: Perth: 8 km
- Edinburgh or Glasgow Airports approx 45 miles.
- Perth Train Station 6 miles
- Gleneagles Train Station 10 miles
Activities near Perth, Scotland
- Tennis in town
- Horse Riding
- Golf within 30 mins drive
- Walking holidays
- Rural / countryside retreats
- Cycling holidays
Rental prices originally quoted in: British £
Prices for group size 4
||Week / Weekend||Minimum stay|
|Low Season||26 Jan 13||22 Mar 13||£ 395||£ 250||£ 250||4 / 3 Nights|
|High Season||23 Mar 13||12 Apr 13||£ 595||£ 375||£ 375||4/ 3 Nights|
|Mid Season||13 Apr 13||21 Jun 13||£ 495||£ 325||£ 325||4/ 3 Nights|
|High Season||22 Jun 13||30 Aug 13||£ 595||£450||£450||4/ 3 Nights|
|Mid Season||31 Aug 13||25 Oct 13||£ 495||£325||£325||4/ 3 Nights|
|Low Season||26 Oct 13||20 Dec 13||£ 395||£250||£250||4/ 3 Nighs|
|Christmas / New Year||21 Dec 13||10 Jan 14||£ 695||-||-||1 Week|
- The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
- NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
- Prices include electricity, bed linen, towels and heating.
- You can also arrange to enjoy a really special, home cooked, four-course dinner at historic, Methven Castle, which is just 5 minutes walk away. Fresh home cooked meals can be supplied by arrangement. Please ask for details.
- We're only 15 minutes drive away from the City of Perth. We can arrange taxis, if you'd like to go out in the evening.
- Christmas and New Year breaks will include Christmas tree and decorations.