A heart warming lodge located on Grand Eagles Luxury Lodge Park in Auchterarder with much to explore inside and out.
Couples or friends can equally enjoy the cosy layout and make the most of a desirable location.
Oozing with character from the offset, this retreat boasts an open plan sitting area complete with sofa's and an arm chair so you can relax in comfort from morning through to evening.
Doors rest to the back of the room bringing natural light inside and the dining table is ideally placed for admiring the balcony and beyond.
The kitchen is homely and inviting so you can prepare those home cooked meals in style without having to leave the lovingly layout.
A bathroom lies further round containing classic fittings so you can get ready at ease in the morning time.
Two bedrooms; a double and twin are laced with patterned bedding, matching bedside tables and built in wardrobes.
Well presented and neutrally accessorized, you will look forward to a peaceful sleep, night after night.
Conveniently, the double room is adjoined to an en-suite, housing a large shower.
When the weather is pleasant why not rest outside on the patio or enjoy a barbecue in the evening.
There is much to embrace in the local area from Gleneagles Golf Course to free fishing on the river and cycling/walking close by.
Crieff and Perth are also in easy reaching distance and certainly worth a visit.
Make the most of this delightful holiday adventure.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Crieff 9 miles; Perth 13 miles; Stirling 20 miles; Glasgow 45 miles; Edinburgh 58 miles.
From the Gaelic meaning Upper Highland, the small town of Auchterarder sits amidst stunning rural scenery in Scotland’s beautiful Strathearn, Perthshire. The town was once affectionately known as The Town of 100 Drawbridges in the Middle Ages, on account of the small bridges that criss-crossed the gutters, offering access between the road and the houses. Gaining the title of Royal Burgh in 1200, Auchterarder was subsequently torched and completely destroyed by retreating Jacobites in 1715, and only the handloom industry allowed it to grow and thrive again. On the occassion of the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton the Queen gave the title of Earl and Countess of Strathearn to the happy couple. Offering a fascinating history prominent in its old buildings, today the town is often referred to as The Lang Toun or Long Town after its 1.5 mile long main street, which leads to its thriving centre where many attractive shops, cafes and bars can be found. Hill walking, horse riding, cycling, shooting, fishing and even parachuting are available in this wonderful area, but golf enthusiasts will be especially delighted with the famous Gleneagles Hotel complex and Auchterarder Golf Club next door. St Andrews and Carnoustie are also an easy travel distance away.