Dating back to the nineteenth-century, the cottage sleeps up to five people and comprises of three comfortable bedrooms, two bathrooms (including one on the ground floor) and an open plan dining and sitting room with a fully equipped kitchen. Guests have satellite television, a DVD player, full WIFI, a washing machine and drying room. There is access to a one acre garden, which has both a summer house and river access. The garden also has private and, if requested, secure parking for both bikes and cars.
Just one-mile outside of Crieff, the cottage is ideally situated for all necessary amenities, including shops, restaurants, art galleries and banks. In the heart of the Lowland countryside, guests have a wide variety of activities available such as walking, cycling, golf, fishing and horse riding. The area is abundant in history, providing a great many castles and stately homes to visit. Aberturret Cottage is just a stone’s throw from the oldest whisky distillery in Scotland - Glen Turret, the home of Famous Grouse whisky.
Both Edinburgh and Glasgow are within a one hour drive. For younger families, you are also within easy reach of wildlife parks,
a safari and Leisure Park, a swimming pool and plenty of parkland.
All bed-linen and towels are provided. Dogs are also welcome.
Robin & Lucinda Baxter - Aberturret House