- 1 bedroom
- Hot Tub
A gorgeous cottage tucked away in the Perthshire mountains, the Dairy is a former milking house on the lovely 40 acre Highland estate of Craggantoul.
Newly refurbished, this beautiful cottage is the perfect hideaway for a romantic break. The cottage has a lovely new living, dining and kitchen area with TV, DVD player, Hifi and satellite wifi too. The master bedroom has a king sized bed with luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen, beautiful throws and cushions to sink into after a day on the hills. The spacious bathroom has a freestanding roll top cast iron bath and walk in power shower for our guests to use.
As well as fishing rights from our Loch Tay shoreline, guests will also experience a huge variety of bird life and other animals including a family of roe deer who wander freely around the estate during their time at Craggantoul. We look forward to welcoming you soon!
-Stunning, newly refurbished cottage with beautiful fittings and fixtures
-Your own private hot tub in enclosed garden
-Luxurious bedroom with king sized oak sled bed, made up on arrival with crisp, white Egyptian cotton bed linen and swiss chocolates on the pillows
-Beautiful White Company throw and cushions
-Welcoming bottle of wine provided, tea and coffee, washing up liquid, dish washer tablets, wash powder for the washing machine, initial supplies of loo roll and bin bags
-Large white bath sheets, gowns, hand towels and bath mat for the bathroom
-Kitchen - dining - living room
-Large bathroom with freestanding cast iron roll top bath and walk in power shower
-Hairdryer, luxury hand soap
-Flat screen LED TV, DVD, Hifi system with Bluetooth connectivity, limited wifi
-Flat screen TV in bedroom
-New kitchen with all the mod cons
-High chair and travel cot, baby toys
-Books and DVDs
-Gas fired central heating
-BBQ and garden furniture
-40 acre estate with ancient woodland walks
-Fishing rights for trout
-Natural spring water supply
-Closest pub, 1 mile
-Closest village of Kililn, 7 miles
-Sorry, no pets
- Parking - private
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- DVD player
- Video library
- CD Player
- Fan / extractor
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Private Garden
- BBQ Grill
- Central heating
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
- Mountain view
From our guestbook......
"Had the most wonderful relaxing break at the Dairy. The cottage has been beautifully furnished and was cosy and clean. A visit from some deer on our last morning just completed our stay! Thanks so much!"
"Fantastic holiday accommodation in a fabulous spot! When we got there, there was snow on the mountain tops and we were greeted by two deer. Enjoyed watching the passing wildlife!"
"Thank you so much for a lovely stay at the Dairy. It came highly recommended by friends and certainly didn't disappoint. What a cosy, bright house, with the extra treat in the form of a hot tub. We can't wait to return at some point!"
"Such a wonderful, secluded little cottage, perfect weekend getaway. It's a beautiful part of the world with lovely walks and a hot tub to rest you weary legs. Thanks so much for a lovely stay. Will definitely recommend and return."
"The perfect antidote to busy working lives! A beautifully kept retreat. Thanks for a lovely stay."
"We arrived for our mini-moon after getting married last week. Cottage is perfect, beautiful decor and a perfect way to unwind after a busy wedding! Loving the hot tub and walk to the loch is perfect. We are completely relaxed and excited to start married life!"
"We came for our first Valentine's adventure together. We loved the Dairy and its welcoming atmosphere and cosy decor. Really liked relaxing in the hot tub and spending some quality time together. Will be back soon!"
"First time visitors and loved it. Peace and tranquility was as expected and the wildlife was fantastic. Over the three days we saw deer, foxes, pheasants, swans and heard the woodpeckers.Loved our stay."
From £600 - £750 weekly
3 night weekend break £375, peak season £405 for three night break
2 night mid week break £250
Please be aware restrictions on minimum stays will apply during peak periods