Our house is close to the National Cycle Route 7 and the Rob Roy Way. The village is on the south shore of Loch Tay, close to Kenmore and the Scottish Crannog Centre. Aberfeldy (8 miles away) is our nearest town, with a good range of shops, cafes, restaurants, banks and the best cinema in Scotland! You’ll love our place because of the location. Our home is great for couples, adventurers (especially cyclists) and families (with kids). The building can be cold in winter but is fine in summer.
The room is on the first floor of the house; it is simple and comfortable with a single bed, that can also convert to a twin or a double bed, chest of drawers, full book shelves and view out over the back garden.
Disponible para huéspedes
There are two bathrooms available to the guests; one on the first floor of the house, with a bath, sink and toilet, and a shower room on the groundfloor.
Guests are welcome to use the family kitchen and sitting room, both on the ground floor. Also welcome to use the washing machine; we do not have a dryer but a pully in the laundry and outside washing line would be available. The garden is quiet and a little wild, guests would be very welcome to sit/doze/pull weeds as weather allows.
A simple breakfast is provided - cereal, bread (often home made) and tea/coffee.
There is WiFi during the day within the house (although not available in the bedrooms), but our internet connection is fairly limited; it is good enough for email, checking in to airports, searching the internet, but is not strong enough for streaming videos, etc.
Atención a los huéspedes
We have lived here for over fifteen years, so know the area fairly well. We would be happy to advise on places to eat and shop, on walks and cycle routes, as well as local visitor attractions. We are keen cyclists and fairly well equipped with cycle tools, so if any repairs needed, we might be able to help.
We both work from home so there is usually someone around, so arrival at any time is possible, although we would prefer after 4pm if possible.
Otros aspectos destacables
The house is old and a little drafty; we do have central heating and a woodburning stove in the main living room, and in the evenings the shared rooms in the house are cosy. But we are hardy folk so don't tend to have the heating on in the summer. In the depths of winter (and sometines in the Scottish summer) this big house can be cold - so come with lots of jumpers.
We ask that guests remove outdoor shoes before going up stairs in the house to the bedrooms; the ground floor is all wooden floors, and the upstairs carpeted. Bringing your own slippers is a good idea, especially in the winter months.
The village is small and has no shop, post office or pub. The nearest shop/post office is in Kenmore, about 1.5 miles away; more services - supermarket, garage, sports centre, doctor and beautiful cinema - are available in Aberfeldy, 8.5 miles away.
There are restaurants and cafes in Kenmore, open all year around.
- We are a relaxed household; we ask that guests do not smoke in the house, do not complain too much about the cold and accept with patience and grace some of the quirks of this old house
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