Braes of Foss is a newly renovated farmhouse dating from the 1800s and is all that now remains of an early 18th century township. This isolated working hill farm sits at 1200ft above sea level amidst stunning Highland Perthshire scenery; the nearest neighbouring property is at least 3km away. Sitting literally at the foot of the famous Munro Schiehallion – meaning fairy mountain in Gaelic, Braes of Foss Farm provides a wonderfully peaceful escape from a busy life.
This lovely holiday house has been completely and beautifully renovated and provides a fresh, bright and extremely comfortable home. Wood burning stoves and central heating make it welcoming even in the most brutal weather and the stylish presentation brings a real taste of luxury. The bedrooms create an inviting and luxurious sanctuary and everyone will enjoy the huge bath with its views across the hills. Despite the modern and luxurious interior, this property is ideally suited to those families, couples and small groups who genuinely love the mountains and the raw splendour of the Scottish Highlands.
There is an enclosed garden and you can enjoy the farm animals in the fields around the house including the charm of lambs and Highland calves in the Spring. Whilst one well-behaved dog is welcome, this is a working farm so the dog must be well-behaved, kept under control at all times and on a lead when in the proximity of farm animals. Fishing and other sport may by available by separate arrangement and salmon fishing on the Tay and Lyon may be available in season. For walkers, Schiehallion is a must, but there are numerous other amazing walks in the area. Aberfeldy is a charming town complete with a small private cinema, a whisky distillery, castle and numerous shops and cafes. Kinloch Rannoch has a wonderful 5 star hotel and restaurant should you want a break from the kitchen; there is also a café and a village shop.