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House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised

The living area is on the top floor affording lots of natural light and great views both to the front and rear of the property.

The open plan kitchen and living area provide a warm lounge/dining/entertaining area. There is access from the lounge out onto a balcony which overlooks views to the west and affords a spectacular view of the railway line and also acts as a splendid external dining area.

The accommodation provides 3 bedrooms which sleeps up to 6. At ground floor level, there is a twin room with en-suite. To the rear is a double bedroom which enjoys extensive views and natural light and sliding doors to the garden.

Lineside is offered as a WEEKLY holiday let from FRIDAY to FRIDAY

PLEASE ENSURE YOU VISIT http://www.pitlochrylineside.co.uk/availability.php for the LATEST AVAILABILITY

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Pitlochry 500 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Also at ground floor level, there is a downstairs bathroom, WC and utility room together with a generous reception area and flight of stairs leading to the living deck.

At first floor level, there is a further double bedroom with en-suite, situated off the lounge area, together with a small office area.

Further details outdoors

Externally, at the front, there is generous parking for 3 cars. To the rear, there is a well manicured garden which is bordered by the railway line from Inverness to Perth.

Further details

Lineside is offered as a WEEKLY holiday let from FRIDAY to FRIDAY

PLEASE ENSURE YOU VISIT http://www.pitlochrylineside.co.uk/availability.php for the LATEST AVAILABILITY

Check-in time is 4pm each Friday.

Check-out time is 10am on Friday.

These times are not variable due to housekeeping.

Our accommodation includes all bedding, towels and is strictly non smoking throughout.

Lineside is offered as a WEEKLY holiday let from FRIDAY to FRIDAY

PLEASE ENSURE YOU VISIT http://www.pitlochrylineside.co.uk/availability.php for the LATEST AVAILABILITY

The Tayside/Perthshire region

Pitlochry is regarded as one of Scotland’s most desirable and attractive small towns. It is a cultural centre renowned for its Theatre, Salmon Ladder, Loch Faskally, hospitality and of course local distilleries. It is an oasis and also serves as a great base from which to explore wider Scotland, both north and south.

There is great local hospitality suiting all tastes and budgets, from gourmet food to the “local chippy”.

Pitlochry is a highly accessible and beautiful historic town from which to explore Scotland. Pitlochry station is a 5 minute walk from the property and for those with an interest in railways, trains pass the property throughout the day. The “sleeper” from London arrives at Pitlochry at 6.30am each morning and leaves for London each evening at 10pm, so it is possible to arrive or depart directly overnight door to door. There are regular day time services north and south so exploring Scotland by train from Pitlochry is easy. The A9 trunk road links Glasgow and Edinburgh with Inverness and passes the town by way of a bypass.

Pitlochry

“Lineside” is one of the towns most modern and contemporary homes, situated in the centre of Pitlochry. The house is nestled between two established guest houses in the hub of the town, immediately opposite the towns Tourist Information Office. To the front are the historic council buildings and to the rear passes the railway line to the Highlands. For those with a passing interest in railways, Lineside was built with a viewing balcony over the railway allowing you to sit in the sun and watch the trains pass by in very close proximity. Trains run all day and during the summer months, steam excursions supplement the daily services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.

Lineside is situated conveniently in the heart of the town centre providing excellent access to a wide variety of coffee shops, restaurants and tremendous local amenities. Beyond whisky and tartan shops, there is excellent food to suit all tastes from Scottish pancakes and Scottish steaks through to curry. There are some excellent local hotels providing first class dining for non residents.

Pitlochry has something for everyone. Whether you are a family, a couple, or a group, you will never be short of things to see and do here. After a long day exploring the sights you will come home to a luxurious cottage surrounded by stunning Perthshire countryside.

Fishing

The salmon fishing season is from 1st February – 31st October.

The brown trout season is from 15th March – 6th October.

There is river fishing on the River Tay, River Tummel and River Garry. There is also boat and bank fishing on local lochs.

Theatre

The summer season (from May to October) at Pitlochry Festival Theatre has a wide variety of productions including musicals, plays and operas. It also stages many different types of concerts, from Jazz and Folk to Ceilidh. During the winter months there are also plenty of things to see, with concerts at the weekends, workshops, talks and tours taking place throughout the year. It also hosts the Winter Words Festival every year in January.

Highland Games

Pitlochry – takes place on the 2nd Saturday of September.

Atholl – Gathering and Highland Games takes place on the 27th May, 2012.

Golf

Pitlochry Golf Club (Golf week 9th – 15th June). The 18 hole par 69 course is situated at the foot of Ben-y-Vrackie Mountain.

Blair Atholl (September 2012 is the Blair Atholl Golf Challenge). Blair Atholl is a classic James Braid designed course.

Walking

Pitlochry is the perfect place for walkers to explore, with 41 miles of walking tracks, paths along rivers, lochs, through woodland and uphill.

Activities

Cycling, mountain biking and quad biking

White water rafting (River Tay & River Tummel)

Off road driving

Horse trekking

Canyoning

Sphering

Deer stalking

Quad biking

Bungee – The ‘Highland Fling’ 40m bridge bungee

More

Killiecrankie Visitor Centre - famous Soldier's Leap

Distilleries including Blair Atholl & Edradour

Salmon Ladder & Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre - April to late September best Salmon leaping viewing time

Blair Castle, gardens and grounds (Duke of Atholl is the only person in the UK able to raise a private army)

Enchanted Forest sound and light show (Award Winning Event at the Scottish Event Awards) - dates yet to be announced for 2012 (ticket sales start June 2012)

Explorers Garden

Shopping - The House of Bruar – “Harrods of the North”

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Review 1-6 of 6

21 Sep 2013

5/5

"Amazing, modern & warm home"

Lineside is a real gem of a property to stay in. The house is laid out to really make the most of the views and balcony train spotting! The patio doors from the first floor bedroom offer the best wake… More

19 Aug 2013

5/5

"Wonderful Week at Linesaide"

We have stayed at Lineside 3 times now and we are planning for our forth visit.The accommodation is such high standard and can't believe it wasn't given 5 stars. My 3 sons (age 4,7 & 10) lov… More

8 Jul 2013

5/5

"All round a Great Experience!"

We stayed at Lineside in August 2012 and prior to booking again thought to review the comments from other Visitors. I was shocked to read the Review from May 2013, or should I say attempted 'assa… More

26 May 2013

2/5

"Property unsuitable for young children, inaccurate information given and poor handling of customer complaints."

Prior to booking I specifically asked if the garden was enclosed and whether it was securely fenced off from the railway so as to be safe for young children and a dog. I was assured that it was. However, on arrival, we discovered that the garden is completely open to the next-door guesthouse which has a car park at the back and an open gateway at the front onto the busy, main road through Pitlochry. The fence onto the railway is simple wire strands that a child or dog could easily slip through.There are also other issues with the house that make it unsuitable for young children if you wish to be able to relax during your stay.

I felt that I had been misled as I would never have booked the accomodation if my questions had been answered accurately. However, when I complained, instead of contacting me on the mobile number I was asked for, the owner phoned the house directly and spoke to my 70 year old mother. Later that day the housekeeper also arrived unannounced. I wasn't there so cannot comment on what was said but when we returned that night my parents were shaken and upset and having been told by the owner to "get out of his house", we no longer felt particularly welcome. If we hadn't had plans for the following day we would have packed up and gone home early.

The owner did not attempt to contact me again until I complained to the booking agent and after a couple of weeks I finally spoke to him. Unfortunately, despite all the literature in the house saying that the venture was new and they wanted feedback, he was not interested at all in anything I had to say. In his opinion, (as a man with no small children), his house is perfectly safe for children and he genuinely could not understand why I might be upset at being given inaccurate information and the impact that this then had on our holiday. He preferred to blame inadequacies in our parenting rather then acknowledge any shortcomings with his property. He then resorted to petty name calling and bullying. His only concession was to agree to state on the website that the property is unsuitable for young children but this does not appear to have happened yet.

All I was looking for was some form of explanation and apology for what had happened but this was not forthcoming. The booking agent had asked us to suggest appropriate compensation but needless to say the owner did not entertain this at all. I therefore now wish to make sure that no-one else ends up in the same situation as us. It would appear to me that the owner is so busy promoting his property that he has lost sight of the fact, that at the end of the day, it is just a house by a railway line and if the accommodation is not suitable for the guests then the stay will not be a pleasant one.

I suspect that for the next while Lineside customer service will be excellent in an effort to convince you how, to quote the owner, "unhinged", "irritating", "pedantic", "persistent" etc. I am. Be aware though that any information provided by the owner will be his opinion and not necessarily factual despite being presented as such, and that if you are unfortunate enough to have an issue that requires contact with him, and you don't happen to agree with his opinion, then don't expect him to be interested in anything you have to say.

Happy holidays from a conscientious / unhinged (delete as appropriate!) mum with 3 young children now in need of a relaxing holiday!

8 May 2013

5/5

"Great base and lots to do in the area"

Situated on the main street in the middle of Pitlochry. Self catering, well laid out and very modern appliances and fittings to justify for the rental charge. Next to rail line for enthusiasts, but … More

21 Jan 2013

5/5

"WOW"

just back from hort break at Lineside with husband and son[ both avid train spotters]. We are frequent visitors to self catering in Pitlochry, twice last year, and this is the best accomodation we… More

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