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1 / 20 Pudding Lane and the front door to No.1.

Cottage / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6 Home 1409060

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No. 1 Pudding Lane, Comrie Cottage

3bedrooms
6sleeps
 min stay varies

Cottage / 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Description from owner

Description

Situated on a private lane near the heart of Comrie, this newly renovated property is ideal for both summer and winter holidays. The secluded garden is ideal for summer barbeques, with extensive mature planting, a patio and private parking for two cars. In winter the central heating system, large open fire and separate wood burning stove add both atmosphere and a distinct sense of luxury. The cottage combines the character of the traditional building with new contemporary spaces, including a striking timber and glass tower, providing both convenience and an inspiring atmosphere in which to relax.

The area around Comrie contains a mixture of farmland, rivers, mountains, lochs and forests - it provides a wealth of experiences for any age of visitor including walking, cycling, golf, fishing, horse riding and adventure sports.

Visitors interested in the culture, history and heritage of Scotland can visit distilleries, castles, theatres and shops within a short drive of Comrie.

Situated on a private lane near the heart of Comrie, this newly renovated property is ideal for both summer and winter holidays. The secluded garden is ideal for summer barbeques, with extensive mature planting, a patio and private parking for two cars. In winter the central heating system, large open fire and separate wood burning stove add both atmosphere and a distinct sense of luxury. The cottage combines the character of the traditional building with new contemporary spaces, including a striking timber and glass tower, providing both convenience and an inspiring atmosphere in which to relax.

The area around Comrie contains a mixture of farmland, rivers, mountains, lochs and forests - it provides a wealth of experiences for any age of visitor including walking, cycling, golf, fishing, horse riding and adventure sports.

Visitors interested in the culture, history and heritage of Scotland can visit distilleries, castles, theatres and shops within a short drive of Comrie. The area is famous for the quality of its local produce, including renowned Scottish delicacies such as wild salmon, game and venison. There are several farm shops located locally, providing high quality ingredients for you to cook at home, while a number of cafes and restaurants in the area also make extensive use of local produce. Both Crieff Hydro and Gleneagles Hotel offer a range of spa services, fine dining and swimming pools and make an excellent day out if the weather is poor.

Being in a village can be attractive holiday for people with mobility issues. The private car parking area gives reasonably level access to the rear door and the slate floor covering, wide doors and ample manoeuvring space on the ground floor would be ideal for someone with mobility difficulties.

Location description from owner

The Perth and Kinross region

Perthshire is renowned for its beauty and is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Scotland. A mixture of farmland, rivers, mountains, lochs and forests - it provides a wealth of experiences for the visitor.

Walking: The area caters for a whole range of abilities from forest and riverside walking through to full mountaineering adventures. In addition to the trails around the village and the local mountain, Ben Chonzie, there is easy access to the mountains of the southern highlands including Ben Vorlich which is on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The world famous Glencoe, featured in many Scottish films including Braveheart, Highlander and Skyfall, is around an hour and a half's drive away.

Cycling: The area has an extensive network of small roads and paths which are suitable for cycling. Mountain biking is popular with a range of routes in the immediate locality.

Golf: Perthshire is a Mecca for the golfer with a range of courses including the internationally acclaimed Gleneagles resort, which is a 20 minute drive away. Comrie itself has a very beautiful 9 hole course where visitors are welcome and there are local courses at Crieff and St Fillans.

Fishing: With three rivers and Loch Earn immediately to the west, there are ample opportunities for a whole range of fishing experiences.

Adventure Sports: Perthshire is well known for its adventure sports and there are a range of companies offering white water rafting, canoeing, gorge walking and mountain adventures, within the immediate area. Crieff Hydro, a large well known local Spa Hotel also has various adventure sports on offer for the day visitor.

Culture: On border of the highlands, the area has a turbulent past and a range of castles can be visited within the area, including Drummond Castle (featured in the film Rob Roy) and Stirling Castle, the focus of many of Scotland's battles.

Shopping: In addition to the village shops, the town of Crieff is only a few miles away with a more extensive range of shopping facilities. It is also the home of GlenTurret distillery and the Famous Grouse whisky brand, with tours available from its visitor centre. Perth is renowned for its classical elegance and is around 30 minutes away by car, as is the dramatic fortress city of Stirling. Both offer a mixture of high street and specialist shops.

Eating: The area is famous for the quality of its local produce, including renowned Scottish delicacies such as wild salmon, game and venison. There are several farm shops located locally, providing high quality ingredients for you to cook at home,while a number of cafes and restaurants in the area also make extensive use of local produce. One of the joys of staying in Comrie is the ability to walk to one of the local hotels or restaurant and have a meal without worrying about having to drive home.

The Four Seasons restaurant in St Fillan's is well known for its lochside views and for an occasional treat, and the two Michelin Star Andrew Fairlie Restaurant in Gleneagles Hotel is an easy evening trip.

Both Crieff Hydro and Gleneagles Hotel offer a range of spa services, fine dining and swimming pools and make an excellent day out if the weather is poor.

Comrie

Comrie is Gaelic for “The place where rivers join”

Located in the centre of Scotland, this small conservation village in highland Perthshire is an ideal location for a wide range of outdoor activities. Comrie lies at the meeting point of three rivers, the area has been occupied since prehistoric times and was once the setting for one of the most northerly forts in the Roman Empire. Easily accessible from the south, it makes an excellent holiday destination both in its own right and as a base for touring.

The village caters for all needs with a range of shops including a bakery and a delicatessen. There are two hotels catering for non-residents, a small restaurant and an attractive café.

The village has a very successful “Comrie Fortnight” of activities in a middle of the summer and a 400 year old fire festival at New Year where burning trees are paraded through the village to drive out evil spirits.

One of the most attractive aspects of the village is its numerous marked walking trails, allowing the visitor to explore rivers, gorges and forests on the edge of the Highlands. For the more adventurous, the local Munro (Scottish mountains over 3000ft) Ben Chonzie can be climbed from the cottage and there is a range of hills and mountains to suit all abilities. The village website of www.comrie.org.uk gives comprehensive information on the locality and local events.

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Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Double Bed, 4 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 en suite, 1 shower room

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

Will consider

  • Long term lets (over 1 month)
  • Corporate bookings

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Access

  • Parking
  • Suitable for people with restricted mobility
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Sheila S
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Calendar updated:
24 Apr 2016

Languages spoken: English

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