Alyth 4 miles.
This superb farmhouse style property sits on the 60 acres hill farm of Wester Derry in the popular area of Glenisla close to Glenshee Ski Centre, ideal for skiing and snowboarding.
Boasting a Green Tourism Gold Award, the property provides outstanding accommodation for nine guests wishing to enjoy this idyllic area of Scotland.
On the ground floor there is an excellent kitchen that is fully equipped with everything you will need to create a delicious meal after a day exploring the mountains.
Afterwards kick back and relax together in front of the TV, warming up with the heat of the wood burning stove during the evening.
The spacious open plan living room and dining area is light filled with views overlooking the garden.
The property sleeps nine in five comfortable bedrooms with a master en-suite and dressing room, twin room, double and bunk bed room to the first floor, and down the hallway is a modern family bathroom with bath and shower.
Downstairs there is also a single bedroom and level access wet room.
Outside you will find an extensive enclosed garden area and an on site shared games barn.
Here there is plenty of inside actives to enjoy throughout your stay including a 16ft trampoline with safety net, table tennis, darts, a selection of children's ride on toys and pool.
Located just four miles from the town of Alyth, you will be able to find all the necessary amenities during your holiday.
Situated nearby Glenshee, the property is the perfect base to enjoy the UK’s most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities.
Holly House is an ideal holiday home for a large family or group of nine to enjoy everything this rugged Scottish countryside has to offer.
Five bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin, 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor level access wet room with shower. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Utility. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove. Games barn with pool table and table tennis.
About the location
Blairgowrie 5 miles; Kirriemuir 11 miles.
Nestling in the hills of the Forest of Alyth and just south of the Cairngorms National Park, Alyth can trace its history back to the 12th century and perhaps even earlier given the remains of a vitrified fort on nearby Barry Hill. Local legend has it that King Arthur’s Queen Guinevere was a prisoner here of the Pictish King Mordred. Alyth developed throughout the 19th century both due to its textiles industry and the coming of the railway. Always a popular tourist destination due to its location and the founding of a golf course at the end of the 19th century with the original 9 hole course designed by Old Tom Morris from St Andrews and extended to 18 holes in 1934,with a further two clubs added in the area. The town today has an array of shops, bars and cafés. It is close to Blairgowrie, Kirriemuir and Dunkeld and the coast at Arbroath is easily reachable. Ideal for exploring the great outdoors, Alyth is ideal for walkers, cyclists, golfers and anglers as well as skiers.