About Rossearn Cottage
Situated in the quiet and desirable area of The Ross on the outskirts of the village of Comrie, Rossearn Cottage provides an ideal base to explore rural Perthshire from. The village itself is less than 10 minutes’ walk, where you will find several cafes and pubs to relax in.
Outside there is a small courtyard with table and seating for al fresco dining. Guests can also make use of the secure bike storage outside and a separate building with freezer, washing-machine and dryer.
Entering the property through the sunroom leads into a kitchen, with hob and oven, kettle, toaster and microwave. The lounge features comfortable seating, coffee table and a television with Freeview and DVD player. There is a downstairs bathroom with bath, shower, toilet and sink. Upstairs is a cosy double bedroom.
On street parking outside the property. Access is via the sunroom to the rear of the property.
The property has a sunroom with seating; a kitchen with oven and hob, kettle, toaster and microwave; a lounge with electric imitation fire, television with DVD player and Freeview; and a bathroom with toilet, sink, bath and shower over the bath. Upstairs there is a cosy double bedroom and wardrobe space with hangars. There is WiFi available throughout the property.
Outside the sunroom there is a small courtyard area with table and seating for two. There is lockable bike storage directly beside the property. There is also a separate room with freezer, washing-machine and dryer available.
Comrie is well known for its annual events of the Comrie Fortnight in July, and the Comrie Flambeaux parade at New Year. The Comrie Fortnight is an annual event, with family friendly events run daily, culminating in the village float parade and evening ceilidh. The Comrie Flambeaux is a unique event occurring on the stroke of midnight every New Year. Thick torchlit poles are carried to the corners of the village, with everyone turning out to celebrate.
Comrie Croft, a short drive from the village is worth a visit with a cafe and bike trails to enjoy.
There is a 9-hole golf course in the village that welcomes visitors.
Walks include a riverside stroll beside the River Earn or a climb up to Melville’s Monument.
Fishing permits are available for the River Earn.
The White Church is one of Comrie’s most iconic landmarks, along with the Earthquake House and provides for a great photo opportunity on the bridge.
- One double bed
- Linen and towels provided
- EPC = E
- Shower over bath
- Electric cooker with hob
- 2 recliner chairs
- Coffee table
- Smart TV
- DVD player
- Electric radiator
- Table with seating for two
- Secure bike storage
- Utility room with washing machine, dryer and freezer
- On street parking available outside the property.