- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
4 Customer Reviews
"Great place to stay, no designated parking, but found a space nearby."
Small place, but nice for 2 people.
"This is a really lovely little cottage, well appointed and nicely and comfortably furnished."
It is situated very centrally, but is quiet and easily accessible. The parking in the streets near is very easy. All the facilities in the Cottage were excellent and the owner was very helpful when contacted about a couple of things, including the access code as the one which Sykes had provided was incorrect.
"There was salt and pepper and coffee and sugar available at the property but it would of been very useful to also have oil for cooking."
Oil isn't expensive to buy but you can only really buy large bottles which for most people is way more than needed for your stay. Tea bags would be useful as again they usually come in large boxes, more than needed for stay. We really enjoyed our stay thank you.
"Comfortable, clean cottage, perfect for two people in great location for town and shops; good walking from front door and within easy driving distance of surrounding area and attractions."
Owner very kindly returned a jacket left behind at his own expense.
- One double bedroom
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
- Gas central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Roadside parking available on a first-come, first-served basis
- Sorry, no children, pets or smoking
- Shop and pub within 0.1 miles
- Note: There is no garden at this property
Tucked away in the vibrant town of Crieff, is this charming stone cottage.
Resting on the banks of the pretty River Earn, Faerie Knowe Cottage offers a picturesque base from which a couple can enjoy a relaxing retreat to the Scottish countryside.
Make yourself feel right at home in the warm and... Make yourself feel right at home in the warm and welcoming open-plan living space, as you rustle up a romantic meal for two in the pretty country kitchen before dining at the breakfast bar with a delicious bottle of wine.
Cross on over to the quirky yet inviting armchairs, or allow your feet to rest as you lounge on the stylish sofa and watch a captivating movie on the impressive TV.
Climb the staircase up to the first floor and be greeted by a sophisticated double bedroom hosting ample storage space for all of your belongings, as well as a well-designed bathroom with a spacious tub where you can delight in a moment of peace and quiet whilst soaking in the warm water.
Discover the very best that Scotland has to offer as you embark on an action-packed adventure exploring the local area, with a stroll through Old St Michael's Hall and Grounds or tours of Lochlane House and the ruins of Muthill Old Church & Tower.
Wander the galleries of Perth Museum & Art Gallery and see colourful flowers and well-manicured lawns in Branklyn Garden, before grabbing dinner and drinks at one of the many well-established restaurants within the city.
Admire the grand 16th Century architecture of The Black Watch Castle & Museum or see where Scottish kings were once crowned at Scone Palace.
Embrace your scenic setting with afternoons spent hiking along The Hosh or Currochs Circuit Walks, or spot exotic creatures at Blair Drummond Safari Park.
Live life to the fullest on an incredible holiday to Faerie Knowe Cottage.
About the location
Gleneagles 10 miles; Perth 18 miles; Stirling 22 miles.
Sitting between Perth and Crianlarich, the popular tourist town of Crieff lies on the geological fault line where the Lowlands meet the Highlands. Originally a hub for cattle drovers between the 16th and 18th centuries, Crieff expanded due to its location and as a meeting place for the cattle business to meet the demands of an increasing Lowlands population. Due to the nature of these meetings or trysts, Crieff developed into a ‘frontier town’ with its reputation for punishment by hanging spreading throughout Europe, and the remains of the gallows can be seen in Perth Museum. Most of Crieff was burned down in 1716 by Highlanders returning demoralised from the Battle of Sheriffmuir and the current town layout was conceived by James Drummond, 3rd Duke of Perth in 1731. Indeed it was Drummond who prevented a further burning since he was a supporter of the Jacobite Rebellion. Bonnie Prince Charlie and his army stayed in the town in 1746 and held meetings in the Drummond Arms Inn in the town centre. Drummond Castle is close to Crieff and its spectacular gardens are open to the public. Today, Crieff is a popular and bustling tourist town with many attractions, including the Caithness Glass Visitor Centre and Glenturret Distillery with its Famous Grouse Experience. The leisure centre provides opportunity for swimming, squash and the gym, or head to Crieff Hydro for more activities or spa facilities. Explore the stunning scenery at Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, or enjoy a round of golf at Crieff Golf Club or the nine hole course at nearby Comrie. Loch Earn, home to the Lochearnhead Watersports Centre and stunning scenery, is easily reached from Crieff. An inspiring tourist destination set amidst stunning Perthshire scenery.
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