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Some Frequently Asked Questions.......

We always try to answer all possible questions, put your mind at rest & ensure that you arrive prepared, ready & relaxed. Please see the examples of some frequently asked questions below & if we have forgotten anything or you can’t find the answer, please do not hesitate to email us enquiries@homefromhomeperthshire.com or call us on (01796) 470048.

How will we collect keys and get directions to our cottage?

Upon receipt of your final payment we will send you full instructions regarding key collection & directions. • When can we arrive & what time should we leave? Our cottages are generally available from 4pm on the day of arrival and you will need to leave by 10am on the day of departure.

What should we remember to bring?

Booking confirmation & directions. Maps of area & guidebooks. Rucksacks, binocular & any outdoor / sporting gear. Insect sprays

How do we pay for our holiday?

We require a deposit of 25% and booking fee of £10 to confirm your holiday The balance being due 7 weeks prior to the start of your holiday We accept payment by all major credit & Debit cards . We also accept BACS Transfers & cheques.

Guest Review

"Fantastic week spent at Faskally Cottage. So good we extended our stay by a night. Brilliant facilities and great with young children and one dog! The owner couldn't have done enough for us to make our stay more enjoyable. We'll be back soon! Thank you again! Clare, Dave, Soph & Belle & Chloe the dog

Faskally Cottage

Guest Review

We love it here. The Nest continues to be a perfect place to escape to thanks again! Holly & George, Glasgow

Guest Review

Thank-you so much for the lovely stay! The treats were a wonderful surprise and made us feel so welcome. We'll be recommending a stay to all our friends for sure! Many thanks again.

Tigh Monadh

Covid-19 Guest information

Due to the Covid-19 movement restrictions our office hours during the lock-down period will be 10am-3pm.

We are keen to help with your enquiries and will respond as soon as possible.

Further to the announcement by the First Minister of Scotland on the 24th June, self-contained holiday accommodation with no shared services can open from the 3rd of July. The guidance advising people to travel no more than five miles for leisure and recreation will also be lifted from this date.

Please be assured that when our cottages do reopen our owners will be following the ASSC recommended Safety & Cleaning Protocols to protect our guests, owners & caretakers.

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