In a wonderfully elevated position which allows stunning views to the hills from each room, this most attractive detached modern bungalow stands in large well-maintained gardens. There is a sun room with a wondeful view and the garden is beautifully landscaped with a pond - young children should be supervised. The house has a lovely bright and spacious interior which is fitted and furnished to a high standard to offer a very welcoming and comfortable family holiday home.
Killin is often described as the most picturesque village in Scotland with the magnificent 'Falls of Dochart' flowing through the heart of the village and on the edge of the first Scottish 'National Park'. There is a good choice of shops, hotels and restaurants as well as a play park, putting green, bowling green and many interesting and picturesque short walks. The area offers an abundance of outdoor activities including sailing, watersports, hill walking, cycling, golf, fishing, riding and winter sports. There are many places of interest within an easy drive, including Glencoe, The Trossachs, Blair Drummond Safari Park, Perth and Oban.
1 double bedroom with king-size bed, 1 twin bedroom (cot and highchair available), lounge, dining room, sun room, well appointed kitchen, shower-room, bathroom, utility room. Cooking by electricity, gas central heating. Fridge, freezer, auto washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, microwave, television, video, DVD, CD player. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Customer Reviews of Killin Bungalow, Perthshire - sleeps 4
"The property was very well appointed with everything that was needed." Mr R. Heaton
" The property is excellent we would rate it 5 star." Mr I. Thewlis
The property was lovely and couldn't fault it, everything provided for us. The owners were friendly and couldn't have been more helpful. We will be booking this property again."
Mrs J. Waters
"Accommodation was 1st class, far exceeded our expectations, our every need catered for."
Mr D. Miller
"Outstanding property, the best in 40 years of self catering holidays." Mr Henderson