Ladyhill Coach House

Birnam, Perthshire

Sleeps 2-4
£360 - £550


For a relaxing, comfortable self catering holiday, Ladyhill Coach House provides a convenient central base from which to explore the glorious countryside and attractions of Perthshire. Located in the charming village of Birnam on the banks of the River Tay the cottage is a sympathetic conversion of a Victorian coach house providing high quality self catering accommodation for up to four people.

About Ladyhill Coach House

The holiday cottage is double glazed with full gas central heating. There are two bedrooms, a double and a twin, with a bathroom on the upper floor.

The ground floor provides a comfortably furnished lounge and well equipped kitchen/diner.

The garden is sheltered and secluded with a screened lawn. The patio area outside the lounge is equipped with garden furniture and the private drive has parking space for two or more cars.

The cosy lounge has comfortable seating, satellite TV, DVD player and radio/tape/CD player. The small leaded light windows lend character to the room and hint at the buildings former use. A large picture window leads to the patio area.

A fully equipped Kitchen/diner with a gas hob, electric oven, fridge, small freezer, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer. The dining table seats four comfortably and there is plenty of china, glass and cutlery.

Both the double and twin bedrooms are bright with wardrobe and drawer space, hair dryer and shaver points. Duvets are provided together with all linen and towels.

Local Area

Birnam is a Victorian village set on the banks of the River Tay opposite the small town of Dunkeld. The surrounding wooded hills offer superb walking with an integrated network of way-marked river and forest walks.

Local amenities include a grocery shop, post office, restaurants and bus stop within 5 minutes walking distance, with the train station half a mile away. Nearby Dunkeld has a Tourist Information Centre and a wider range of shops and restaurants.

The area is often referred to as the “Gateway to the Highlands” and is scenically very beautiful with wonderful views of river, loch and mountain. There are countless castles, historic houses and gardens to be explored, making it an ideal centre for lovers of history and the great outdoors.

Sporting and outdoor pursuits are well catered for including fishing, golf, pony trekking and cycling. Visitors interested in wild life may get a glimpse of ospreys at nearby Loch of the Lowes where an exhibition centre and hide has been established. Sailing and other water sports are available a little further away on Loch Tay. Perth, some 12 miles (20 kilometres) to the south, has all the charms and amenities of a rural county town. Pitlochry, a similar distance to the north, is surrounded by glorious mountain scenery. The town hosts the famous Festival Theatre, as well as some excellent shopping.

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Rates: From £360 - £550 per week depending on season.
Maximum of 4 people.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.
Wi-Fi internet access.
Off street parking.

Please note that map locations may be approximate.

Some of the Amenities available are:

Pets Accepted
Off Street Parking

More Information

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Ladyhill Coach House Website
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