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Craigeanie Farmhouse

Aberfeldy and Loch Tay

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The views from the farmhouse are absolutely incredible and likely to be long remembered. The farmhouse itself is very spacious. It's well worth taking both the road through Glen Lyon as well as the road past Ben Lawers as both offer spectacular scenery. Oh, and we would definitely recommend a stop at the Glen Lyon Tea Room.

June 2018

It's a lovely cottage, the views from the sitting room are to be remembered, the fireplace cosy and the double-bed is very, very comfortable!

June 2018

We had an amazing time in Craigeanie and would certainly look to return

August 2018

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ALL PRICES

SLEEPS

3

BEDROOMS

2

SHOWER/BATHROOM

2

PETS WELCOME

LOG FIRE/STOVE

Prices from

£695

for 7 nights


Key Features

Exceptionally comfortable self-catering accommodation in a breathtaking

location 2 wood burning stoves Wifi TV with Freeview channels,

DVD Landline for incoming calls All linen and are towels provided Heating,

electricity & WiFi are all included Initial supply of logs and kindling supplied

Well behaved dogs welcome (£25 per pet, 2 maximum).

Recently renovated and extended Craigeanie Farmhouse has been lovingly transformed into a stylish and extremely comfortable holiday home. Sleeping 2-3 this traditional stone farmhouse has been designed to make the most of the stunning scenery of awe-inspiring Glen Lyon. 
 
Accommodation comprises:
 
Ground Floor:
  • Spacious living room with ample comfortable seating and wood burning stove. Flat screen T.V with freeview channels + DVD player.
  • The heart of the house is the stunning open plan kitchen and dining room with views along the glen and heather clad hill to the rear of the farmhouse.
  • Wonderfully spacious sun room with fabulous views across the Glen, a second wood burning stoves ensures guests are cosy all year round. French doors lead out onto the large paved patio area.
  • Downstairs bathroom with a large walk-in shower, wc and whb
  • Fully equipped boot room/utility room with washing machine, drying racks and freezer
  • WIFI (Please note: the mobile phone signal in the Glen can be poor)
  • IPad / IPod Dock.
  • Landline available for incoming calls.
First Floor:
  • Master Bedroom with superking/twin beds.
  • Charming single bedroom with traditional single brass bed.
  • Elegant bathroom with slipper bath, wc, whb and separate shower.
Craigeanie Farmhouse is set within approximately 40 acres, including river side access, the perfect base for fishing, walking, mountain biking and exploring the breathtaking scenery and tranquillity of this very special glen.
 
The Farmhouse is framed by a traditional stone steading creating a private courtyard area to the rear of the property. Landscaped gardens to the front enjoy views of the river. 
 
Glen Lyon has long been described as Scotland’s longest and loveliest glen. Beyond the farmhouse the glen opens out towards Innerwick, where footpaths lead to panoramic views across the glen, and Bridge of Balgie, where there is a popular tearoom, craft shop and the glen's post office, just 3.5 miles from Craigeanie Farmhouse. 
There are numerous country hotels and restaurants in the area, including The Ardeonaig Hotel on Loch Tay, The Fortingall Hotel and bar (seven miles), the Courtyard Restaurant in Kenmore and Ailean Chraggan, and Weem Hotel near Aberfeldy. 
 
Aberfeldy ( 19m) is a charming market town, offering a wonderful selection of individual shops and cafes, the recently re-opened Birks cinema shows new releases as well as live screenings of national performances. There is an excellent choice of golf courses in the area and this is also wonderful cycling country. Loch Tay offers plenty of water sports and the famous replica Iron Age crannog in the loch is definitely worth a visit. Pitlochry, to the north is a bustling tourist town famous for its Festival Theatre, salmon ladder and Dam.
 
A refundable good housekeeping deposit of £250 will be required.
 
All linen and are towels provided
 
Heating, electricity & WiFi are all included
 
Water is from a private source
 
Initial supply of logs and kindling supplied
 
Well behaved dogs welcome £25 per dog (2 maximum).

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