The Clocktower is the centrepiece at The Towerview Coach houses. Set in scenic surrounings just 2 miles from Perth guests can stay in the luxury renovated B listed Clocktower with all amenties just a stone through away. Sleeps 4, ideal for families.
We are open and looking forward in Welcoming back our guests. Our guests health and safety is our top concern therefore we are making sure we follow the Government guidlines of the cleaning protocols , taking extra precausions in cleaning and sanitising our properties and maintaining social distancing.
The Clocktower at The Towerview Coach houses is part of the Toweview develepment. Originally created as coach houses and stables for the 19th Centruy kinfauns castle, The Clocktower arch way was the entrance into the courtyard and each side of the building would of houses staff from the castle.
The B listed traditional stone built buildings have been restored to match the glorious enviroment. Set within the scenic surroundings of the kinnoull woodlands. guests can stay in this rural tranquil setting a mere 2 miles from Perth city centre and swift access to all major motorways, Edinburgh and Glasgow both within 1 hours drive.
The clocktower accommodation has been finished to a high standard and careful though has been given to guests luxury and enjoyment. Downstairs thre is a dining hall, dining fully fitted kitchen, with electric hob, combi oven/grill, ,microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer. kettle and toaster. 1 twin bedrrom and a wash room with toilet and basin. Upstairs there is a open plan lounge with a feature arch window, double bedroom and bathrrom. All linena nd towels are provided. The 4 G interent service makes it esy to stay connected and possible to work away from home while enjoying the new scenery.
On site there is the Kinfauns stables where guests can book Riding lessons in the all weather purpose arena. Set within the kinnoull woodlands there is walks right on the front door, walk up to the famous victoria folly which has one of the most magnificnet viiews over Perth and Tay Valley.
Perth is renowed for her quality of restaurants, theatre, concert hall, history, Race course and the scenic setting along the banks of the river Tay.
If Guests develpos or have Covid-19 Symptoms
The Current Scottish Goveremnt restrictions only allows one household in a self catering property with a maximum of 6 guests.
If guests have symptoms of the Coronavirus please stay at home and do nor travel. Please contac the owner as soon as possible if you are unable to travel.
If guests develpos symptoms of the coronavirus whilst traevlling or when they arrive at the property,they must immediately book a test through NHS informer, either online or by telphoninng 0800 028 2816. In accordance with Test and Protect, people with symptoms are required to self -isolate for 7 days and everyone else in the group for 14 days. If the test is negative, everyone can end isolation. If the test is postive, everyone should continue to isolate, and the NHS Test and Protect will be in touch to start contact tracing..
If guests who are isolating can travel home safely without using public transport, they should do this. In the event that this is not possible, the guests should discuss this with the NHS Test and Protect team. The guests maybe signpot to the National Assistance Helpline on 0800 11 4000 if they need help to isolate and cannot arrange this themselves. After the required period of self-isolation, guests and anyone else in the group who have been affected can then return to their main place of residence.
The staff and management have been working hard to get the properties ready for guest return, they have been learning and training in the new normal way to clean, sanitise and disifect the properties not only clean to the eye butalso that any potential virus is removed to the best of their ability to prevent any spread. A certificate of competence for Covi-19 Holiday let cleaning and We're good to go certificate in recognition that the buisiness is following the government and industry Covid-19 guidlines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid socail/physical distancing.
Visitors should follow all the Scottish Government guidlines when in Scotland, The wearing of Face masks are compulsory on public transport, shops and anywhere social distancing can not be adhere.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.