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The Granary

Fortingall near Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Angus & Fife (Ref. 974157)



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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
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  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
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23 Customer Review(s)

  • “A comfortable, recently refurbished cottage, well equipped, in a beautifully bucolic part of Scotland.”

    lots of outdoor thing to do, nearby loch Tay, forests, and picturesque towns.

    lots of outdoor thing to do, nearby loch Tay, forests, and picturesque towns.

    - Nelson, July 2021

About the property

This tastefully decorated, stone cottage is placed on the Fortingall Steadings courtyard, in the village of Fortingall in Scotland.

With the beautiful Tay Forest Park, along with many more opportunities and activities available, The Granary is an ideal cottage to base your outdoor break in rural Perthshire.

This stylish, fresh accommodation sits mainly on the first floor, with a useful cloakroom and a utility room on the ground floor, convenient for kicking off your muddy boots after a scenery-filled walk.

Head up the stairs and arrive at the open-plan living room, furnished to a modern standard with everything that you will require during your stay.

The two bedrooms at The Granary are immaculately decorated in a hotel-like finish - a double and a twin room make this cottage ideal for friends or couples.

The interior concludes with a stylish, tiled bathroom, here you can indulge in a soothing bubble bath after an exhausting day of walking and exploring.

You have use of the shared garden to the outside with access through the hotel courtyard appreciating your surroundings.

Just across from the property sits the Fortingall Yew Tree, believed to be between 2,000 and 3,000 years old, and one of, if not the oldest tree in Britain, Fortingall also hosts a hotel with a pub to enjoy.

10 minutes away is the village of Kenmore, home to the Tay Forest Park and Loch Tay, together offering a whole host of activities from miles of walks to thrilling watersports, why not try something different?

Slightly further afield, Aberfeldy and Pitlochry are popular towns offering a range of amenities to make the most of, both making for memorable day trips.

A well-presented cottage in an excellent rural location.

The area provides ready access to a wide range of recreational pursuits including golf on a number of nine and eighteen hole courses,water sports on lochs and rivers, climbing and walking,with several munros nearby.The Aberfeldy Recreation Centre has a 25m swimming pool and squash courts amongst its facilities.


  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
  • Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC
  • Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC
  • First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • Utility.
  • Electric heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • One allocated parking space in the courtyard, ample space adjacent to the courtyard.(no motor homes) Shared lawn areas.Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Pub 1 minute walk, shop 5 miles.

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About the location


Aberfeldy 6 miles, Pitlochry 20 miles, Dunkeld 24 miles.

The village of Kenmore sits at the eastern end of Loch Tay where the River Tay flows out of the loch and dates from the 16th century. Originally built on the north side of the river, the village was moved in mid-sixteenth century to accommodate a castle being built on the north shore. The relocation gave the village its current name reflecting its position on a large headland: Kenmore – ‘large head’ in Gaelic. It is Loch Tay that makes Kenmore such a popular tourist draw today with the many watersports, fishing, hillwalking and cycling activities on and around the loch. Why not visit the Scottish Crannog Centre and discover an ancient way of life in a reconstructed thatched house on stilts? Built on the loch and able to repel danger with the aid of a retractable gangway, these houses provide a fascinating insight into ancient civilisations. The village has shops, a couple of hotels and a restaurant and with the attractive towns of Aberfeldy, Pitlochry and Dunkeld nearby, the tourist is very well provided for. The area is famous for its truly spectacular scenery and whether you are on the water, in the hills or in the shops, Kenmore can provide a stunning backdrop to a very pleasant break.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter