This semi-detached, stone-built farm worker’s cottage is situated on a working livestock hill farm in a quiet, rural location. Less than two miles from the village of Glenfarg, this cottage offers simple yet comfortable accommodation on one level. With three bedrooms – one double, one twin and one single – a cosy sitting room with open fire and a well equipped fitted kitchen, the property is ideal for a family holiday. There is also a large secluded garden complete with its own hide so that guests can watch the birds and red squirrels that live close by.
Full electric heating, additional heating from open fire in sitting room. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, spin dryer, colour TV, video/DVD, radio/CD player, books/games/videos. Fuel for open fire inc. in rent, electricity via meter reading using simple calculation, with honesty box in cottage to leave the appropriate amount. Bedspreads, blankets & pillows provided (not duvets), please bring own bed linen. Cot & highchair. Off road parking for 3 cars. Lawned garden with furniture, BBQ & bird hide. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop & pub 1.5 miles. Note: There is a private water supply at this cottage. Note: The cottage is accessed via a 0.25 mile track.
Located at the southern end of a picturesque and narrow glen, the village of Glenfarg is set in a sheltered position, giving the town a mild climate throughout the year. Just a short drive away is the town of Kinross and Loch Leven – both excellent places for a day trip. Surrounded by hills, Kinross is located in a stunning setting along Perthshire’s southern border. Close by is a local nature reserve which is home to a high concentration of breeding ducks, migratory ducks, geese and swans which visit every autumn and winter. Loch Leven itself is also famous for its bird watching and fishing opportunities. The ruined 14th Century Loch Leven Castle, open between April and September, is within easy driving distance and is the place that Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567.