View Cottage offers family self catering holidays in Lochearnhead. Situated in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park with views towards Loch Earn, it provides accommodation for up to four people in one double and one twin bedroom. A well equipped kitchen, seperate dining room and spacious sunlounge to enjoy the summer nights. During the winter months there is a cosy lounge with wood burning stove. Walking the Rob Roy Way is a popular pastime with visitors or cycling along the route 7 cycle path. Loch Earn is popular for fishing and watersports during the summer months. Our local 9 hole golf course at St Fillans welcomes guests all year round. The village store is a short walk away.
Access to the property is up a steep driveway with concrete tracks. Parking is available adjacent to the cottage. There is level access to the cottage and stairs to the second floor. To the front of the property is a sloped garden and outdoor seating. There is also a garden area to the rear with pond. We ask that children are not left unattended.
The entrance to the cottage is into a well-equipped country kitchen with modern appliances, fridge-freezer, electric cooker, microwave, kettle and toaster. Through the kitchen is the separate dining room, with table and seating for four. There is a lounge with log-fire, sofa seating and television with DVD player. To the front of the house is a sun-lounge with seating and views towards Loch Earn. The downstairs bathroom contains a bath, sink and toilet.
Upstairs there is a double and twin bedroom.
The cottage is a short walk from the village store and access to the National Cycle Network Route 7 with miles of scenic walking or cycling between villages of the National Park. Nearby Loch Earn is popular for fishing and sailing and there are two restaurants in the village.
- 1 double bedroom (en-suite)
- 1 twin bedroom
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Electricity, central heating and logs included in the cost
- Television, DVD player and selection of DVD’s
- IPad docking station
- Selection of books, maps and games
- Wood burning stove
- Fitted kitchen with electric cooker
- Washing machine
- Store cupboard containing condiments, herbs and spices.
- Oil fired central heating
- Table with seating for 4
- Family bathroom with bath, WC and washbasin
- Situated at the front of the property with views towards Loch Earn
- Garden to rear
- Seating area at front of property
Access to View Cottage is up a private drive.
There is a pond in the garden to the rear of View Cottage. Children must be supervised at all times.
“A lovely cottage in a beautiful location. The wine, shortbread and milk were much appreciated, very kind and very thoughtful, thank you so much. Looking forward to a return visit next year, hopefully early in the year and also later in the year.” – Dave, September 2017
“This was my first visit to Scotland and it was more beautiful than I could have ever imagined. When we arrived at View Cottage, it was immaculately clean, bright, homely and had everything we needed for our stay. Absolute luxury. The wine, biscuits and milk left for us were much welcomed! The rooms were all very comfortable, lovely beds, sofas, and the central heating and wood burner were a real treat, making the cottage lovely and cosy every evening. The surrounding areas were fabulous to explore and we were lucky enough to see red squirrels, deer and various birds of prey up close. We had a wonderful time staying here and would highly recommend booking with Cooper’s Cottages as they were the best we’d ever used. Very professional and very well looked after. We’ll certainly be back! 10/10.”
“View Cottage is very well equipped, warm, comfortable & clean. VIEW IS AMAZING. Liked the log burner with never ending supply of free wood. Included a bottle of wine and shortbread which was a lovely touch to find in the kitchen. Will definitely look to book again.”
“Delightful, both house and garden. One of the best places we’ve stayed in over 10 years of “cottaging” in Scotland and Northern England. Good car access to all the Central Highlands,including towns like Crieff, Aberfeldy, and Callander. Couple of good walks direct from the house (the right hand of the Loch Earn is better for walking than the Left). Hope to revisit.”