No. 1 Pudding Lane

Self Catering

Comrie, Crieff, Perthshire, PH6 2DB

    Welcome to No. 1 Pudding Lane, a unique and inspiring conversion of an 18th century listed building which offers the opportunity to holiday in high class comfort. Experience the life of this conservation village nestling amongst the Perthshire Hills.

    No. One Pudding Lane is a unique and inspiring conversion of an 18th century listed building which offers the opportunity to holiday in high class comfort. Experience the life of this conservation village whilst enjoying access to numerous activities in some of Scotland's most beautiful countryside.

    Situated on a private lane near the heart of Comrie, No.1 Pudding Lane offers comfortable accommodation for groups of up to 6 people. While located in the traditional heart of the village, it feels extremely private with beautiful views across the rooftops of the village andoutwards towards the Scottish Highlands.

    This newly renovated property is individually owned and ideal for both summer and winter holidays. The secluded garden is ideal for summer barbeques, with extensive mature planting, a patio and private parking for two cars. In winter the central heating system and two wood burning stoves add atmosphere and a distinct sense of luxury.

    The building combines the character of the original cottage, which dates from 1790, with new contemporary spaces, including a striking timber and glass tower. This provides both a high level of convenience and an inspiring atmosphere in which to relax.

    The tastefully decorated interior is warm and cosy and has the unique feeling of a private house rather than a conventional holiday home, with an intriguing collection of books, pictures and photographs.

    The accomodation comprises of a fully equipped kitchen, shower room, twin bedroom and dining room, with wood burning stove, on the ground floor. The dining room has large windows looking on to the secluded garden and also a staircase to the studio -  a glass and wood pannelled viewing tower with fantastic views on to the hills beyond Comrie. The first floor boasts a spacious master bedroon with king-size bed and luxurious en-suite bathroom, and also a comfortable lounge with wood burning stove, TV and DVD player. A third bedroom, with twin beds is on the top floor.

    There is parking for two cars to the rear of the garden.

    Comrie is Gaelic for

                            “The place where rivers meet”

    Located in the centre of Scotland, this small conservation village in highland Perthshire is an ideal location for a wide range of outdoor activities.

    Comrie lies at the meeting point of three rivers, the area has been occupied since prehistoric times and was once the setting for one of the most northerly forts in the Roman Empire. Easily accessible from the south, it makes an excellent holiday destination both in its own right and as a base for touring.

    The village caters for all needs with a range of shops including a bakery and a delicatessen. There are two hotels catering for non-residents, a small restaurant and an attractive café.

    One of the most attractive aspects of the village is its numerous marked walking trails, allowing the visitor to explore rivers, gorges and forests on the edge of the Highlands. For the more adventurous, the local Munro (Scottish mountains over 3000ft) Ben Chonzie can be climbed from the cottage and there is a range of hills and mountains to suit all abilities. The village website of www.comrie.org.uk gives comprehensive information on the locality and local events.

     

     

     

     

    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2014 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

    Room Information

    Number of Rooms / Units
    1
    Room / Unit Type
    Room / Unit Tariff*
    No. 1 Pudding Lane
    £525.00 per unit per week

    Three bedrooms - one double and two twin. Shower room and en suite bathroom. Kitchen, dining room and lounge. Glass and wood pannelled viewing tower. Spacious entrance hall.

    Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

    Accommodation Type

    • Cottage
    • Self Catering Holiday

    Domestic

    • Bath Ensuite
    • Dishwasher
    • Electric Cooker
    • Electric Shaver Point
    • Freezer
    • Fridge
    • Hairdryer Available
    • Heating Throughout Property
    • Indoor Drying Facility
    • Iron Available
    • Ironing Facilities
    • Kitchen
    • Laundry Service Available
    • Linen Provided
    • Lounge
    • Microwave
    • Multi Fuel Wood Burning Stove
    • Outdoor Drying Facility
    • Private Bathroom
    • Shower
    • Toilets
    • Towel Charge
    • Towels Provided
    • WC EnSuite
    • Wash Hand Basin
    • Washing Machine

    Leisure Facilities

    • CD Player
    • DVD Player
    • Garden
    • Radio
    • Satellite / Cable TV
    • TV Lounge
    • Television
    • WiFi

    Payment Methods

    • Cheque
    • Internet Banking Transfer

    Transport

    • Bike Storage Available
    • Free Parking On-Site
    • On Public Transport Route
    • Private Parking
    • Public Parking Nearby

    Children

    • Children Welcome
    • Cot Available
    • Highchair Available

    Facilities

    • Internet Access

    Location

    • Village Location

    Special Requirements

    • Children Welcome
    • Disabled Citizens
    • Families
    • Pets Welcome By Arrangement
    • Senior Citizens
    • Single Travellers

    Road Directions

    Getting there: Comrie is easily accessible with the usual route from Glasgow or Edinburgh being via the M9 to Stirling which becomes the A9 heading for Perth.

    The quickest and the most attractive route is to leave the A9 and take the A822, marked “Tourist Route to Pitlochry”, through the villages of Greenloaning and Braco. About half a mile beyond Braco take the B827 for Comrie. This remote hill road gives an ideal introduction to the expansive and spectacular scenery of the Highlands.  Arrive in Comrie and turn right at the central T junction. Go past the small square and Pudding Lane is on the left.

    However, we do not recommend using the B827 in extreme weather conditions of snow, ice or extensive flooding. An alternative route via Gleneagles and Crieff (B823) is possible, but if conditions are really poor, just follow the A9 to join the M90 at Perth, turn left at the large roundabout and then take the A82 back to Comrie.

    Public Transport Directions

    It is possible to reach Comrie by public transport.

    Buses run regularly from Perth, which is accessible by bus or train.

    The nearest train station to Comrie is at Gleneagles, a 20 minute taxi ride away.

    Transport within Scotland

    For public transport information to visit here from within Scotland, enter your postcode and visit date below.

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    Access to Public Areas

    • Level access (i.e. no steps or thresholds), or access by a ramp or lift :
      • from the entrance to reception
      • to a public toilet
      • to one or more bedrooms

    Parking

    • Designated parking provided for guests with disabilities
      • Within about 50 metres from the main entrance
    • Route from the parking area to the entrance is :
      • flat, (i.e. without steps)

    Bedrooms and Bathrooms: General

    • Bathrooms available with :
      • bath
      • bath with shower
      • level entry shower
      • separate shower unit
    • Bedrooms with non-allergic bedding available (e.g. non-feather pillows)
    • Bedrooms with no fitted carpets available
    • Bedroom furniture can be re-arranged if requested by the guest

    This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.

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