The Coach House

The Coach House at Forteviot offers a beautifully refurbished and high standard of self catering accommodation for four persons. Although attached to the owners’ house, the Coach House is completely separate with its own private front door and French doors that lead out from the sitting room to a private garden at the rear. Beautifully refurbished this 19th century house is close to the attractive historic village of Forteviot and a short distance from the River Earn.

There are attractive towns and villages throughout Perthshire to visit with a number of distilleries open to the public. For the outdoor enthusiast this is excellent walking and cycling country, fishing is available and there are many excellent golf courses within an easy drive.

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Amenities Include

TV & DVD
Washing machine
Dogs welcome (2 max./ £20 each)
Parking
Microwave
Garden
Wifi
Fridge
Sleeps 4/6

Other Information

OUTSIDE

Parking for 2 cars adjacent to the property. Private garden area with garden furniture There is level access to the property. Bedrooms are upstairs.

LIVING AREA

Oil fired central heating. Hall. Sitting room with open fire,TV with Video and DVD. HiFi/CD. Seperate dining room. Well equipped kitchen,  Washing machine. Fridge/Freezer. Electric cooker. Microwave. Toilet with WC and wash hand basin.

BEDROOMS

Double bedroom. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower over the bath. There is a double sofa bed available in the living room. Cot and Highchair available on request.

DOGS

Up to 2 dogs welcome at £20 per dog per week.

NEARBY

​Forteviot village was rebuilt by the first Lord Forteviot, Chairman of Dewar’s distillery, between 1925 and 1927 with attractive cottages and wide lawns laid out to a design by James Miller in the style of an English garden city. Forteviot is, however, much older than it seems. It was the ancient capital of the Pictish kingdom of Fortrenn and a favourite residence of Kenneth MacAlpin and Malcolm Canmore. Its church dates from 1778 and its village hall was opened by Sir Harry Lauder. Visit St Serfs Church in Dunning to see the Dupplin Cross, until recent years standing in a field on the Dupplin estate and now preserved in the interesting church of St Serf that has a Norman Tower.

Perth is a wonderful city to visit in its own right and is also the perfect base for exploring much of Scotland, with its golf courses (more than 40 in Perthshire alone), historic sites, mountains, scenic countryside and coast. Edinburgh, St Andrews, Glamis Castle, Stirling and Glasgow are all about an hour’s drive. Dundee, Pitlochry and Blair Castle about 40 minutes’ drive. The charming cathedral town of Dunkeld lies not far to the north of Perth, situated on the banks of the Tay in Perthshire’s Big Tree Country, it was also frequently visited on holiday by the children’s author Beatrix Potter to whom there is a dedicated garden and visitor centre. The famous Gleneagles Hotel Golf Courses are about 25 minutes’ drive. Walk on Kinnoull Hill, the nearby Moncrieffe Hill, the Sidlaws, the Ochils and the Dunkeld and Aberfeldy areas.

Full Amenities

Sleeps 4/6

  • One double bedroom
  • One twin bedroom
  • Double sofa bed in the sitting room
  • Cot and Highchair available on request

WiFi

  • Oil-fired central heating

Lounge

  • Television with DVD player
  • HiFi/ CD

Kitchen

  • Electric cooker
  • Microwave
  • Fridge-freezer

Outside

  • Garden furniture
  • Parking for 2 cars

Dogs

  • Up to 2 dogs welcome at £20 per dog per week.