Blairgowrie 16 miles.
This beautiful detached cottage rests on a remote lane in the hamlet of Kirkton Glen Isla near Blairgowrie, ideally suited for exploring the local area and beyond.
Perfect for couples or a group of people travelling, this is a homely base to begin your adventures or simply spend some quality time together.
Arrive into the modern kitchen, with its light and airy feel continuing through to the comfortable lounge housing a selection of seating, ideal for making yourselves at home in front of the woodburning stove.
A dining table is situated in the corner of the room.
Choose from two sun rooms for a change of scenery, one can be accessed via the bedroom, whilst the second rests off the living area.
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to relaxing, and the bedrooms are equally as impressive.
Comprising of two spacious doubles, matching each other in style, the first benefits from a wonderful bathroom, and the second is joined by a lovely en-suite shower room.
After readying yourself for the day, why not spend an afternoon in the enclosed garden, perhaps enjoying a barbecue with your friends.
Home to a series of shops and restaurants, the village makes a lovely spot for exploring Perthshire, the beautiful Angus Glens, and is an excellent gateway to the Highlands with things to do for everyone.
Glenisla is a paradise for hikers and mountain bikers with the circular Cateran Trail passing by the cottage door.
The Trail is a fully way marked walk of 64 miles (103 km) and it takes its name from the feared cattle thieves who raided the rich lands of Strathardle, Glenshee and Glen Isla.
The neighbouring Angus glens of Glen Clova, Glen Prosen, Glen Doll and Glen Esk also offer numerous Munros and trails.
The small town of Dunkeld is also worth a visit with its historic cathedral, riverside walks, and the Hermitage, which offers impressive waterfalls.
From walks to cycling or a visit to the local pub, there is something for everyone in this assorted part of Scotland.
About the location
Perth 16 miles; Dundee 19 miles.
The red stone town of Blairgowrie is situated on the banks of the River Ericht, where it emerges from spectacular gorges in Strathmore. With good shops and great restaurants, it makes an excellent base for exploring Perthshire, the beautiful Angus Glens and is a gateway to the Highlands. Surrounded by rolling fields - famed for their raspberries - the town is overlooked by hills and mountains, and is home to Scotland's largest skiing centre at Glenshee. It's the perfect terrain for riding, cycling and walking, whilst golfers are well-catered for with several excellent courses (including Rosemount) locally and St Andrews and Gleneagles also within easy reach. Marvel at the world's tallest hedge at Meikleour (600m long and 30m high), see Meigle's collection of Pictish sculpted stones, or listen to stirring tales at Glamis Castle, the setting for Macbeth and said to be Scotland's most haunted castle! The small town of Dunkeld is also worth a visit with its historic cathedral, riverside walks, Big Trees, such as the Birnam Oak and parent Larches of Dunkeld, and the Hermitage, which offers impressive waterfalls. Blairgowrie is also close to the Loch of the Lowes which is home to breeding ospreys.