Fully renovated and newly decorated. All household items and equipment are brand new. 2 bedrooms with king size beds, plus sep dining room. Laundry has a washing machine and includes a powder room.
Manicured gardens with sunny conservatory drenched in natural light.
Huge storage perfect for those wanting to securely store pushbikes or gear. Carpeted throughout. Kitchen is fully kitted for master chefs including a coffee machine, microwave, toaster and brand new oven cooktop.
Guests love the conservatory and elevated back yard views. Central heating and cooling. 2 bedrooms have 2 king size beds and generous storage and views. The Lounge has a cosy fire place as well wall mount Smart TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with every thing you'll need including a coffee machine (including coffee pods) and a microwave. The laundry has a washing machine and includes a powder room. It's only a short stroll into town.
Acesso dos hóspedes
There are no shared spaces. The entire property is yours to enjoy. Guest are welcome to use every part of our home.
Interação com os hóspedes
We give you all the space you need. As hosts we will not interrupt your stay but we are available at any time should you require help or assistance
One of the most attractive features of Pitlochry is that it is surrounded by mountains. They may not be amongst Scotland's highest, but include Pitlochry's own Ben Vrackie, at 841m or 2,759ft, which is obvious in many views to the north east from the town. It is usually climbed from Moulin, a north eastern, uphill outlier of Pitlochry. Less obvious is that beyond Ben Vrackie lies the Cairngorm massif, one of the largest and remotest of Scotland's mountain ranges.
Other tastes are also catered for. The Blair Athol Distillery towards the southern end of the town was founded in 1798, making it one of Scotland's oldest distilleries, and offers a visitor centre. Up on the hillside to the east of the town lies a second distillery, the Edradour, which until the advent of the new wave of micro-distilleries was the smallest in Scotland. Here, too, you will find a visitor centre. Meanwhile a mile south of the town is the Dunfallandy Stone, a Pictish cross slab.
Lovers of beer rather than malt whisky will find a working brewery in the town, at the Moulin Hotel in Moulin, on the eastern edge of Pitlochry. And there are other good pubs to choose from too, including the Port-na-Craig Inn and Restaurant, on the banks of the River Tummel and under the shadow of both the Festival Theatre and the hydroelectric dam.
- No smoking
- No parties
- No non paying guests.
- No wet shoes or hiking gear inside.
Guest to please empty rubbish bins and use recycling box.
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