Set in an elevated position near the River Tay, Laigh of Cloichfoldich sits in the desirable location of Strathtay in Perthshire. Everyone will appreciate and enjoy the tranquil surroundings of this cottage and its large garden that is perfect for families and dog owners alike. Inside, the cottage has been newly upgraded with the holiday maker in mind. Each room has been brightly decorated with a different colour theme throughout which adds to the quirky and appealing character of the property. The tastefully decorated kitchen, although compact in size, contains everything you will need during your holiday. The dining room has a beautiful, large wooden table that is perfect for family mealtimes, and there is a games room with table tennis for those who are looking for something to entertain themselves in the evenings. The living room has two cosy sofas with plenty of seating for the whole family, with a wood-burning stove as the focal point. The bedrooms are spacious and bright, each with views of the garden or of the vast hills to the rear of the property. Laigh of Cloichfoldich is the perfectly peaceful retreat that everyone will love.
Laigh of Cloichfoldich serves as a perfect base for exploring Perthshire. The picturesque town of Aberfeldy is just 6 miles away, with its fantastic community-owned cinema and Pitlochry, the quintessential Scottish holiday town, is around 11 miles from the cottage. Both places have great restaurants, cafes and shops to enjoy, with events such as The Enchanted Forest taking place throughout the year. Perth itself is a 45 minute drive away.
This is the perfect property for guests who are looking to have an adventure-filled holiday in the great outdoors. For both beginners and serious walkers alike, there are many Munros and walking trails in the area, each with varying difficulties. There are numerous routes and trails for bikers to enjoy, with the National Cycle Route 7 from Inverness running through Pitlochry, right past the cottage and then on to Aberfeldy and down to Carlisle. For those who are after an adrenaline rush, you can go rafting down Grandtully white water rapids - if you are happy to brave the cold! For a more relaxing activity, the River Tay itself is renowned for its salmon fishing, which you can book yourself online.