- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
12 Customer Reviews
"We thought the cottage was lovely - clean, well equipped and fabulous views all around."
The location is peaceful and quiet, just a couple of minutes walk to the start of the footpath to Schiehallion.
"Very comfortable and warm (fire in August evenings!"
) everything provided for a home from home holiday. Would be lovely for a Spring holiday too.
"We very much enjoyed our stay here."
The house is spacious, clean and very comfortable. The setting is stunning and it is a haven for peace and tranquility. The garden is a sun trap and perfect for relaxing and enjoying the views. There are beautiful walks both in the immediate environment and further afield. The area is excellent for wildlife spotting and you can spot deer all over the countryside and very close to the property. There are also a number of family attractions nearby such as castles, water sports and Highland safaris.
"Fabulous tranquil setting away from all."
Cottage is comfortable and warm if staying in colder months. Spacious rooms with a well fitted out kitchen and good, separate dining space.. Perfect location for walking and exploring , plus some excellent places to eat within reasonable driving distance. Owners are helpful and easy to contact if need. We will definitely stay again if visiting Scotland, easy drive from either Inverness or Edinburgh airports.
"A beautiful and spacious farmhouse in an amazing setting."
The accommodation was well equipped and easy to keep warm. Lovely for walks, long and short, and accessing many local attractions. Surrounded by wildlife, we saw the deer a great deal, and a wide variety of birds, including a pair of crossbills by the local woodland.
"We found the cottage well equipped, and well prepared for our arrival."
It was very warm and comfortable. The limiting factors on not giving an all round 10 out of ten were the problems that arise when such an isolated cottage has roads closed and access limited. Anyone coming here needs to take that into account because in our case it always added 2 hours to any journey which with the costs of petrol at the moment makes a significant difference, The owners were helpful and welcoming providing good instructions etc. However the lack of the internet can be an issue especially when paying a significant amount for a property already when other properties costing less always have internet access. On a plus though a week free of internet can be a blessing, depends how you see it.
'Thank you for your feedback. The Schiehallion road was temporarily and unavoidably closed, at short notice, by Perth and Kinross Council. Â This closure was for emergency bridge repairs so access to the farmhouse was via Kinloch Rannoch. The family have owned the farmhouse since the 1950s and have never known the road to have been closed in the past, other than by snow in winter, so this is an unusual occurance. Â With regard to Â the internet, the wifi is provided via satellite and is therefore limited to browsing and emails only; this is made very clear in the listing on the Sykes website and also the pre-arrival information sent out to each Guest, this is not a property for those who require high bandwidth!. The farmhouse is special because of its location and comfort; it offers isolation, great views and a genuine wilderness location without being completely cut off from the outside world. It is the farmhouse location that drives both its appeal and its price Property Owner
"Extremely comfortable cottage in a tranquil setting."
Excellent location for walking or visiting the many towns and villages nearby. Owner very helpful and welcoming. Great place to relax.
"We had such an amazing stay - Braes of Foss Farmhouse is massive - everyone had a big room, and with a dining room and lounge was a space for everything and everyone."
The surroundings are glorious, beautiful views and pin drop quiet - we managed to eat outside a few mornings and evenings in the sunshine and you really did feel like it was your own slice or paradise. The kitchen was well stocked and nice to cook in - with a big fridge and freezer We will certainly be coming back again next year
"The house was lovely and in a great location."
It was warm and cosy with 2 log burners and the bathroom facilities were great. We had a lovely time exploring the local area and doing lots of hiking. The website did say that limited Wi-fi was available but we could get neither Wi-fi nor a phone signal. This could be important to guests. We would definitely return.
Many thanks for your feedback & I am so glad you had a good stay. Sorry to hear about the internet issues you had, perhaps you could have contacted me during your stay on the number provided & I could have resolved this for you, we checked the internet after you had left & it all worked fine. kind regards. Ali Property Owner
"The accomodation was exactly as seen on the wed site."
We had phoned and told the owner we were coming with a yr old baby. They provided a high chair, cot, Pella Pig DVD, and some toys which were All absolutely perfect!! The house was clean and spacious and most comfortable. The kitchen was very well stocked for meals at home and the log burners made for some very cosy nights. The fact that the house is literally ‘in the middle of nowhere’ is part of what makes it. Our daughter loved waking every morning and crawling to the windows to say good morning to sheep outside. All in all we had an absolutely lovely time here and will hopefully be able to visit again someday
"Not going to say to much about how relaxing ,fantastic views ,lots of walking ..."
Not going to say to much about how relaxing ,fantastic views ,lots of walking there is in the area as everyone else will want this house and spaces will be short for our future holidays
"We had a great holiday and really enjoyed the comfy beds, hot showers and spectacular views."
The cooking facilities were excellent so we had lovely meals.
- Over two floors
- Four bedrooms: 1 x ground-floor super-king-size (zip/link), 2 x first-floor super-king-size (zip/link), 1 x first-floor twin
- Ground-floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Bathroom with double-ended bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC
- Kitchen/diner with woodburning stove
- Sitting room with woodburning stove
- Oil central heating with x 2 woodburning stoves
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, TV and WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stoves inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot and highchair available
- Off-road parking for up to three cars
- Note: Satellite WiFi and mobile phone signal is limited
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 7.7 miles and pub 7.8 miles
- Note: Maximum occupancy is 8 people including any infants and children
Kinloch Rannoch 7.9 miles; Aberfeldy 11.5 miles.
With the nearest neighbours being over 3 miles away, Braes of Foss Farmhouse is a secluded treasure set on the grounds of a working farm, at the foot of the munro Schiehallion.
Discover a boot room to the side of the property where you can leave your muddy boots or hose yourself down before entering the contemporary dwelling.
Be welcomed into an open-plan kitchen/diner which has been fitted with pristine white units and sleek wooden worktops, perfect for preparing tasty evening meals.
Gather at the spacious dining table and discuss your plans for the days that lie ahead as you benefit from the heat of the woodburning stove.
Walk through to the sitting room and cosy with your loved ones on the plush sofas whilst you unwind with your favourite shows on the flat screen TV and the woodburning stove keeps the room nice and toasty.
You will find a ground-floor super-king-size bedroom, serviced by a bathroom with the choice of a bath and shower over, whilst the first-floor comes with a further two super-king-size (zip/link) bedrooms and a twin.
The zip/link features give this property flexible sleeping arrangements for all types of guests wishing to stay here.
The property can be found via a single track road which leads up to Kinloch Rannoch where lovers of the TV series Outlander can look forward to exploring this well-recognised filming location and discover a plethora of farm animals in the surrounding fields.
The farmhouse is at the base of one of Scotland’s best known munros, Schiehallion – the easiest munro to climb, a whaleback ridge from most viewpoints, it appears as a perfect cone when seen from across Loch Rannoch – rich with wildlife and scenic views, it is the perfect spot for those looking for walking and hiking opportunities.
Loch Rannoch is within reach and is particularly popular for swimming, kayaking and fishing opportunities, or choose to jump on the train from Rannoch station towards Fort William for a magnificent day trip exploring its rich history.
There are a number of restaurants and tea rooms in Kinloch Rannoch if you don't fancy cooking one evening, or pick up some essential ingredients from its local convenience store.
Braes of Foss Farmhouse is the perfect choice for a tranquil retreat to Scotland with your loved ones.
EPC Rating: Band E
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.
About the location
Pitlochry 20 miles; Perth 46 miles.
Kinloch Rannoch grew from a tiny hamlet in the mid 18th century under James Small who had served in Lord Loudon’s Regiment and which consisted of discharged army soldiers and crofters who had lost their land. Roads and bridges were improved to allow ease of movement for soldiers at the nearby Rannoch Barracks. The Sleeping Giant is a hill near the village said to resemble the upper body of a man and local legend states the giant will awake upon hearing his master’s flute playing. The main activity today is tourism and Kinloch Rannoch is ideally located for walking, sailing and angling. The small market town of Aberfeldy is close by and boasts a cinema, leisure centre, restaurants and shops. The town is also the setting for scenes in the Outlander TV series. The tourist town of Pitlochry is also nearby and provides many shops, cafes and restaurants as well as the famous Pitlochry Festival Theatre boasting a different show every night of the week.
Satellite WiFi and mobile phone signal is limited- We have a satellite broadband system which provides WiFi to enable access to emails and to browse the web; unfortunately downloading, uploading, live streaming and gaming are not permitted due to the large amount of data these activities use
Note: Maximum occupancy is 8 people including any infants and children