A Listed historic manor house situated in the heart of rural Perthshire, close to one of the oldest villages in Scotland.
Accommodation: 12 bedrooms, 5 doubles, 3 singles, 4 twins (sleeps 23)
Set in the heart of rural Perthshire, Drumkilbo House is a beautiful listed property with an outstanding historic past. King Robert the Bruce, a key figure in Scottish history, is recorded as the first owner. Indeed, it is for that very reason why the impressive entrance hall which centres around a 13th Century stone spiral staircase is named after him.
Spacious and welcoming throughout, this large holiday home has been decorated and furnished to an exceptional standard to create beautiful luxurious accommodation. Magnificent rooms such as the formal dining room for entertaining and the elegant drawing room and sitting room all emphasise the grandeur of this beautiful large holiday house. Well equipped with oil and electric heating, you can be sure of a comfortable stay in a most impressive setting.
Drumkilbo House offers idyllic holiday accommodation to be enjoyed with family or friends but is equally as well suited to weddings (it holds a Civil Wedding Licence), corporate events or business seminars. Local service providers can be arranged to provide for your every need. For those looking for a more active break, fishing, golf and sporting activities are all in the immediate area.
It is hard to believe that Drumkilbo House is only a comfortable drive away from the major centres of Edinburgh and Glasgow and the excellent air transport links which they offer. Providing accessible self catering accommodation, you will be able to enjoy a stunning private rural location but at the same time be within easy access of the city. Set in 16 acres of landscaped garden, there is plenty of room to explore. There is a woodland garden, home to, amongst others, a 200 year old elm, as well as a formal garden. Full advantage can be taken of good weather to enjoy the croquet lawn.
All fireplaces in Drumkilbo are feature fireplaces only and not in working use.
Additional cottage sleeping 4 may be available.
Extra refundable cost: Good Housekeeping Deposit £500.00 (payable to owner).
Robert the Bruce entrance hall with circular stone staircase; small reception hall and bar area; large, grand drawing room; formal dining room seating up to 30 with lovely views over the garden; sitting room and large bay window overlooking garden; writing room; kitchen with Aga and breakfast area with log effect gas fire; billiard room; cloakroom, butler's pantry; utility room.
Cox Suite (7ft double bedroom, four poster single bedroom, single bedroom, bathroom, shower room, separate WC); twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom, double bedroom with en-suite shower room; Glamis Suite (four poster double bedroom, dressing room, en-suite shower room); twin bedroom with en-suite shower room; twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom, double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and separate WC; Nairne Suite (double bedroom with en-suite shower, single bedroom).
Lower Ground Floor:
Twin bedrooms with WHB and second twin bedroom.
|Drumkilbo House||£3,750 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.