Cruck Cottage offers the ultimate in luxury for the discerning couple on a romantic break or on honeymoon. The owners have paid particular attention to detail to ensure the holiday cottage offers everything you need for a truly relaxing and memorable holiday. The cottage has stunning views to Ben Lawers and Glen Lyon and is set in its own private landscaped garden with a sunken patio and an amazing stone table made from a slab found in the floor of the cottage. Covered cycle storage.
Located in the heart of Scotland, this is an ideal base for exploring the lochs and glens of Highland Perthshire and beyond. There is a great range of activities in the local area, from gentle strolls to white water rafting and a good selection of unique retail opportunities such as the horn carver on Loch Tay side and the chocolatier in Grandtully. The attractive town of Aberfeldy (3miles) has good shopping, pubs, cafes, restaurants, etc and a Tourist Information Office. Some places of interest within easy reach are historic Castle Menzies, Dewars World of Whisky, the Crannog Center at Loch Tay and the Victorian tourist town of Pitlochry with its Festival Theatre and fish ladder. There is a cafe just 100 meters along the lane at Highland Safaris serving great food. Preferential rates are available to cottage guests for their safaris into the surrounding mountains, off road driving and cycle hire are also available.
Master double bedroom with crisp linen sheets on the king size bed, television and en-suite bathroom with bath, shower and underfloor heating; well-appointed living/dining/kitchen with log fire. Fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, LCD SKY television with home cinema system, IPOD docking station, DVD, and CD player. Cooking by electricity, oil-fired central heating and log fire. Bed linen and towels are supplied.
Customer Reviews of Cruck Cottage, Aberfeldy - Sleeps 2
"A Romantic Gem of a Cottage"
We were delighted to find that the online pictures of Cruck Cottage matched the reality. It's a little detached, whitewashed building with a contemporary interior. What a delightful holiday home---small, intimate, beautifully, tastefully fitted out. The bedroom looks luxe with deep red window drapes, a king size leather sleigh bed with a claret coloured thick satin throw, comfortable pillows and soft lighting. There's even a flat screen TV as well as the one in the living room/kitchen. The large bathroom, with underfloor heating, has a power shower as well as a double ended bath. The cottage is tucked away so you feel private. In better weather, there is a sunken barbeque area for use in warmer, drier weather. I was almost tempted not to give this place a write up as I'd like to return and it might get very busy!
The cottage was very Clean and comfortable, cooker and microwave very high standard ( Neef ), bathroom fab with big bath and seperate shower big also, underfloor heating in bathroom was a good idea,lounge small but big enough for two.surrounding area absoloutlyfab lots to do and see, Aberfeldy butchers great as is Indian resturaunt.People in Dull very friendy although the dogs were a bit grumpy. All in all we would defintly go back for an other holiday.