Situated on the banks of the River Tay Miss Ballantinnnes Cottage is simple yet stylish retaining many of its original features and old fireplaces.
Accommodation: 3 bedrooms, 1 double, 2 twins (sleeps 6)
A singularly pretty stone built cottage on the banks of the River Tay, this cottage is simply delightful. When renovated it was with the emphasis on style and comfort; the cottage exudes quality. The drawing room has been cleverly situated on the first floor allowing you to enjoy the beautiful river views and with its welcoming wood burner this is a great spot to enjoy the sound of the river or its salmon leaping. The cottage retains some lovely original features such as tongue and groove lined walls and old fireplaces.
There are three very comfortable bedrooms and an inspiringly welcoming dining room/kitchen, where you can enjoy preparing and eating meals. There is a garden laid to lawn surrounding the cottage and ample parking.
For those who enjoy game fishing, the name may ring a bell, for this was the home of Miss Georgina Ballantine who caught the largest ever salmon on rod and line in Britain - a 64lb giant. The stone where this giant fish lay before it was hooked can still be seen. If you are not into fishing, then you will still love this gorgeous part of Perthshire. Nearby are Caputh and Dunkeld - both lovely villages and there is a wealth of things to see and do here.
Extra refundable cost: Good Housekeeping Deposit £250.00.
Utility room, cloakroom, twin bedroom. Bathroom with bath and shower over. WC. Open plan kitchen/dining. Twin bedroom.
Spacious drawing room. Double/twin bedroom with sink.
Garden laid to lawn (not fully enclosed). Garden furniture.
|Miss Ballantines Cottage||£800 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.