- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
Glenfarg 1.5 miles. A semi-detached, stone-built farm worker&
8217;s cottage, on a working livestock hill farm, in a quiet, rural location, 1.5 miles from the village of Glenfarg.
This Scotland cottage offers simple yet comfortable accommodation on one level, with three bedrooms, a cosy sitting room with open fire and a large secluded garden complete with its own hide, so you can watch the plentiful birds and red squirrels.
There are also lovely views from the garden over the hills and rolling farmland.
This Glenfarg cottage is well placed for enjoying excellent walks, cycling, birdwatching, horse riding and fishing, and is ideal for exploring further afield, including St Andrews, the pretty East Neuk fishing villages, and Edinburgh - only an hour's drive away.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single (access from one side only). Bathroom with bath, basin & WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area & open fire.
- Electric heating with open fire in sitting room
- Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, spin dryer, TV, video/DVD, radio/CD player, books/games/videos
- Fuel for open fire inc. in rent, electricity via meter reading using simple calculation, with honesty box in cottage to leave the appropriate amount
- Bedspreads, blankets & pillows provided (not duvets), please bring own bed linen
- Cot & highchair
- Off road parking for 3 cars
- Lawned garden with furniture, BBQ & bird hide
- Sorry, no pets & no smoking
- Shop & pub 1.5 miles
- Note: There is a private water supply at this cottage
- Note: The cottage is accessed via a 0.25 mile track.
About the location
Kinross 7 miles.
Glenfarg village sits at the southern end of a picturesque and narrow glen. Its sheltered position ensures that Glenfarg benefits from a mild climate all year round. A short drive will take you to Kinross and Loch Leven. Bounded by hills, Kinross enjoys a stunning setting at Perthshire's southern border as it nestles on the shores of Loch Leven, which lies beneath the shadow of the Lomond Hills, and is the largest loch in lowland Scotland and one of the most important sites for waterfowl in Britain. A National Nature Reserve since 1964, its position, size, shallowness, richness and variety of habitats provide a unique environment that attracts not only the largest concentration of breeding ducks found anywhere in the UK, but many thousands of migratory ducks, geese and swans every autumn and winter. Loch Leven is also famous for its fishing of brown trout. Not to be missed is a visit to the ruined fourteenth-century Loch Leven Castle, open between April and September, where Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567. Her dramatic escape by boat is one of Scotland's most romantic tales.
This property offers the following short breaks: