A well-presented self-enclosed studio cottage which is located in Stanley, near to the city of Perth.
Beautifully furnished throughout to provide cosy accommodation, the cottage is an ideal romantic retreat.
Located on the first floor of the building, this studio offers a well equipped kitchen and a cosy living space.
After a busy day guests can relax on the comfortable sofas and warm up by the woodburning stove.
There is a wet area downstairs for boots, coats and bike storage.
To the rear of the property there is a large decked area where guests can relax in the warmer weather or plan the day's activities.
The lovely village of Stanley offers the historical Stanley Mill attraction, plus wonderful walking and cycling routes, as well as the spectacular River Tay which is within walking distance of the property.
There are several outstanding golf courses within striking distance including Rosemount in Blairgowrie, Gleneagles and Carnoustie.Just a short drive away is the city of Perth, packed with brilliant shops, restaurants and attractions.
A wonderful cottage, The Studio is an excellent base to explore this area of Scotland.
Open plan first floor studio accommodation with double bed, kitchen and sitting area with woodburning stove. Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
About the location
Perth 7.5 miles; Dundee 24.2 miles; St Andrews 37.2 miles
Located in the heart of Scotland, the small village of Stanley sits beside the River Tay and originates back to the 1700s when it was built to house the employees of the Stanley Mills. The village offers a restaurant and a number of shops. With close proximity to the river, there are fantastic facilities for canoeing and fishing. On the outskirts of the village lies the historic Stanley Mills, recently renovated this historical attraction tells the story of the mills and the people who worked there. There is an excellent children’s adventure park. Also popular is Birnam Oak, sometimes known as Macbeth’s Oak, and its neighbour the Birnam Sycamore which are thought to the sole surviving trees of the great forest that once straddled the banks and hillsides of the River Tay. Just south of Stanley is Scotland’s the city of Perth, a buzzing cosmopolitan hub with an abundance of fine restaurants, café’s, parks and shops to explore. This wonderful city lays claim to many awards and accolades including an award for Beautiful Scotland in Bloom and the Scottish Tourism City of the Year award. The Palace of Scone is also near Perth and is well-worth a visit. The Branklyn gardens are open from April to October and feature an extensive collection of rare and unusual plants. Art lovers can visit The Fergusson Gallery, devoted to the work of one of the celebrated Scottish Colourists, John Duncan Fergusson. Dundee and St Andrews are less than an hour away.