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Weavers Cottage, Keltneyburn

Aberfeldy and Loch Tay

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What Our Guests Say

Welcoming and beautifully presented, Weaver`s Cottage is the ideal base for a family holiday exploring the beautiful Perthshire countryside.

March 2021

“This was a great break for 2 adults & 2 grown up children in a relaxing, warm & extremely comfortable cottage. Tasteful decor, spacious, wonderfully clean, & beautiful surrounding area. Garden by the river was gorgeous! A much needed escape. Thank you so much!”

October 2020

"De-stressing occurs daily, as if by magic"

September 2020

“In 50 years of renting cottages in Scotland, Weaver' s Cottage was one of the very best. Everything one needed was provided.”

September 2020

“Such a lovely cottage so spacious for us 5 adults. In a good location. Very quiet. Surrounding area good for site seeing. Very comfortable.”

August 2020

“Weavers Cottage felt like a home with all the extra comforts you could want. Lovely attention to details such as the welcome pack of tea, milk, biscuits and a generous starter pack of logs for the stove. It was spotlessly clean, comfortably furnished and far more spacious than the photos suggest. The kitchen was very well equipped but it is the unexpected extras which make the difference; for example, hot water bottles, sandwich bags, foil etc. We had bought our own games but discovered even more in a cupboard, and there was a bookcase full of books to satisfy all tastes and interests. The location was perfect for us, with easy access to walking and climbing in Glen Lyon and Loch Tay. Aberfeldy is a short distance away for groceries from the Co-op, local butchers and bakery, as well as shops and cafes. We were a party of 5 adults (all happily retired) and Weavers Cottage was ideal for us, but I think it would be a fabulous place for families too. We loved it there and will definitely return for another visit.”

February 2020

“Weavers Cottage was clean and spacious and in a fantastic location for exploring Aberfeldy / Kenmore / Glen Lyon. Great walks nearby with plenty of wildlife. Activities for the family not too far away with Scottish Quads and Splash rafting recommended.”

July 2019

Weavers Cottage, Keltneyburn Prices and Availability

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SLEEPS

6

BEDROOMS

3

SHOWER/BATHROOM

2

LOG FIRE/STOVE

Prices from

£675

for 7 nights


Key Features

Sleeps 2-6 (2 x King Bedrooms, 1 x Twin Bedroom)

Bathroom and Shower room

Kitchen / Diner

Large Living Room with Wood Buring Stove and ample comfy seating

Wifi

Complimentary basket of logs provided

All Linen and towels are supplied

40 inch TV with Freeview and streaming services including Netflix

Bluetooth speaker

Electric hob and oven, washing machine / tumble dryer, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher

Electricity included

Pretty garden with seating area beside the burn

Ample parking

Sorry we are unable to accept pets at Weaver`s Cottage

Weaver's Cottage is a charming and characterful cottage situated on the banks of the Keltney Burn in the heart of Highland Perthshire, just 5 miles from the pretty town of Aberfeldy (shops, restaurants, hotels, river walks along the "Birks") and less than 3 miles from the historic village of Kenmore (shop, pub, water sports, iron age settlement) which is situated at one end of Loch Tay.

The bright and spacious accommodation is furnished and equipped to an exceptionally high standard including a stunning shower room with under floor heating.

The delightful sitting room has a wood burning stove and deep, comfortable sofas, making it a cosy retreat for all seasons and especially during chilly winter evenings.

There is an amply equipped kitchen where the designated chef will be delighted with the superb appliances that awaits them including a dishwasher and washing machine for convenience or just relax with a coffee from the Nespresso machine.

The cottage is surrounded by stunning countryside, French doors lead out to the garden through which runs the Keltney Burn, where guests can sit and enjoy a barbeque on our Weber BBQ or have your meal on the garden table with a view over the flowing water.

After a busy day exploring the picturesque area, choose to indulge with a warming soak within the stylish family bathroom before retiring to one of the three well-presented bedrooms, offering a flexible sleeping arrangement to suit the needs of your group.

The surrounding countryside is famed for its natural beauty.

Not to be missed is the Fortingall Yew, at 5,000 years it is probably the oldest tree in Europe.

Interestingly it was already ancient when the Romans came this way and legend has it that Fortingall was the birthplace of Pontius Pilate.

If you don’t feel like cooking one evening the lovely conservation village of Kenmore lies just over 2 miles away at one end of Loch Tay (shop, pub, water sports, Iron Age settlement).

At the other end of the loch the village of Killin (shops, hotels etc.) straddles the stunning Falls of Dochart.

From Killin, Loch Lomond and Scotland's West Coast are within easy driving distance.

The area is ideal for numerous outdoor pursuits including fishing, golfing, walking, mountain biking and water sports (kayaking, rafting, canyoning).

Low level, forest and mountain walks are virtually on the doorstep.

Walkers can enjoy everything from level woodland strolls to the challenges of Glen Lyon (one of the loveliest of Scottish glens and teeming with wildlife, including the elusive capercaillie).

Mountain bikers have Drummond Hill on the doorstep with miles of tracks whilst, for walkers, the famous nearby Schiehallion (one of many local Munros) can be reached within minutes.

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