This sumptuous, ground floor cottage sits in the village of Caputh, 4.5 miles from the charming Scottish town of Dunkeld.
Its contemporary interior and serene rural location make it an ideal base for either a relaxing retreat or an adventure-filled break exploring the great outdoors.
Enter this Perth and Kinross property through its immaculate and modern open-plan living area; first to greet you is the smart, well-equipped kitchen, dominated by a stunning stone feature wall.
A rustic wooden dining table centres the homely layout, while at the other side of the room rests a snug sitting area, boasting a fabulous woodburning stove and a Sky TV, the perfect space to kick back and relax after each unforgettable day.
Wander through towards the two lavish bedrooms, the twin room is perfect for the children while the wonderful master bedroom comes with its own Sky TV and luxurious en-suite facilities.
The interior of this pristine cottage concludes with an equally classy shower room, which features a fabulously unique vanity unit, as well as a crisp, all-white suite.
Relish in your luscious countryside location from the private back garden, where the lovely patio makes for a delightful spot to enjoy an alfresco feast with your loved ones.
Just over four miles away is the town of Dunkeld, which boasts a selection of fine amenities, as well as a strong heritage dating back to the 9th century.
Nearby lies the Tay Forest Park, a serene landscape of astounding natural beauty and first-class opportunities for walkers and cyclists.
Nearby must-visits include Blairgowrie, Pitlochry and Perth, all of which offer something different with their own individual styles.
A getaway of the highest quality is promised with a stay at 1 Middleton Cottage.
About the location
Blairgowrie 12 miles; Pitlochry 13 miles; Perth 14 miles.
The River Tay flows through the small town of Dunkeld and there are plenty of places to enjoy the views, either from the cathedral gardens or from the Taybank bar where you might be lucky enough to hear some impromptu music performed. The town itself dates from the 9th century and boasts a wealth of history from the Dark and Middle Ages to more recent history with Thomas Telford’s bridge over the Tay. The forests surrounding Dunkeld and nearby Birnam are known as Perthshire Big Tree Country and are celebrated in Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play”. The Hermitage is a National Trust site of beautiful forest which contains Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors, a folly built as a tribute to the 3rd century blind poet Ossian on a rocky outcrop near the Black Linn waterfalls. With the Loch Of The Lowes nature Reserve nearby and also the Victorian village of Birnam with its famous Birnam Oak and a Beatrix Potter exhibition marking her regular visits to the village, this area is one of the most spectacular and varied in Scotland and well worth a visit.
Please note dogs are not allowed on the furniture.