Inside, this holiday cottage has been modernised to create a relaxed homely atmosphere with everything you need for a happy self-catering holiday. The property has been sympathetically converted to provide quirky upside down accommodation with the bright and airy living quarters on the first floor thoughtfully making best use of the amazing views of the white water rapids and pools. Indeed otters have been spotted fishing in the pools from the window. The original 'hayloft' now forms a contemporary open-plan kitchen/dining/lounge with every convenience and once where the hay was pitched, there's now a little juliet balcony catching the morning sun.
Downstairs there are two cosy bedrooms and a shower room with WC on the ground floor. All rooms have electric panel heaters. The heated porch offers a place to dry off wet coats, ski gear, wellies and dogs.
There are two private garden areas and a working farm at the end of the drive. A burn tumbles through the garden plunging down into the river beyond.
Step out of the door and enjoy lovely walks along the adjacent wooded river bank or follow the path past the ancient standing stone circle through breathtaking scenery steeped in history and heritage. You can also stroll to beautiful Loch Tay with its crannogs and picnic on the sandy banks. The pretty Victorian town of Killin itself is charming, blessed with the famed scenic Falls of Dochart at its centre. Killin is well served with all great resort amenities. The lively village community host regular events, the pubs have livetraditional music and special mention should be given to the Killin Highland Games.
The outdoor centre offers canoe and bike hire but many people come for the fine walks around the mighty mountains and glens. Ben Lawyers rises above Loch Tay and many other munros or less taxing strolls abound. Killin is also a destination on the N7 Sustrans Glasgow to Inverness route via the impressive Glen Ogle.
Scotland's original iconic Glencoe ski centre is less than 45 mins drive with all facilities there. It is also possible to visit the capital or even a west coast island for the day.