An immaculately presented Grade B listed, end-terrace cottage on the outskirts of the town of Aberfeldy, surrounded by the stunning scenery in Highland Perthshire.
Superbly appointed throughout, this Aberfeldy cottage is a perfect retreat for families and friends seeking stylish accommodation close to beautiful countryside.
Set over three floors and immaculately decorated throughout, this Perthshire cottage has four bedrooms, the first floor of which has a king-size double boasting an en-suite shower room, as well as a second double room, plus there are two second floor twin rooms, which are accessed via a set of spiral stairs.
The ground floor at this cottage in Aberfeldy contains a comfortable sitting room and a kitchen/diner with glazed doors opening onto a sun room, which then leads you out onto the garden.
Outside this Aberfeldy cottage is a large rear lawned garden with a patio and this is the ideal place to relax and soak up the tranquil atmosphere.
The town of Aberfeldy sits on Scotland's longest river, the River Tay, and is an excellent location to indulge in outdoor pursuits, such as walking the famous Birks of Aberfeldy, cycling, golfing and white water rafting.
Other attractions in the area include the Aberfeldy Watermill and the working distillery at Dewar's World of Whisky.
A wonderful Aberfeldy cottage, to be enjoyed at any time of the year.
About the location
Pitlochry 14 miles; Perth 31 miles.
The market town of Aberfeldy stands on the River Tay amidst beautiful scenery in rural Perthshire. Famous for its association with Burns and his poem The Birks Of Aberfeldy, and also the bridge built for General Wade in 1733, Aberfeldy is just south of Glen Lyon, known as the longest, loneliest, and loveliest glen in Scotland. There is much to attract the visitor in addition to the spectacular scenery. There is a 10 mile riverside walk for pedestrians and cyclists, as well as numerous paths through forest and countryside. In addition, Aberfeldy is on the Rob Roy Way and Cycle Route 7. Whitewater rafting on the River Tay is an exhilarating way to enjoy the scenery. Castle Menzies is a wonderful 16th century castle, now fully restored and open to visitors. Take a distillery tour at Dewar’s World of Whisky on the edge of town. Sample the many bars, restaurants and cafes in the town and explore the galleries and craft shops, including the Scottish Chocolate Centre. The Scottish Crannog Centre offers a glimpse into Iron Age life and Loch Tay offers a multitude of watersports, while Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park are on your doorstep. An hours drive brings you to 30 Munros, just waiting to be 'bagged'!