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Locherlour Mill Cottage

Self-contained annex cottage with 5 star Visit Scotland grading. Stunning views. Courtyard Garden. Pets Welcome.

Sustainability statement: This property is one of our Premier Properties which includes eco-friendly bed linen & towels, cleaning supplies and toiletries. LED light bulbs and ground source heating. Local suppliers are used where possible.

Accessibility statement: This property benefits from having the accommodation all on one level. There are 2 shower rooms, one with good manoeuvring space and wide doors and large shower with level access.
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Locherlour Mill Cottage

Locherlour Mill Cottage

Perthshire
4
Sleeps
2
Bathrooms
1
Bedrooms
Pet Friendly

Property Details

Our guests love Locherlour Mill Cottage saying it is stylish, clean and well equipped. We hope you'll enjoy it just as much as they do.

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5/17/2022

Locherlour Mill Cottage

The cottage was absolutely fabulous. It's a great place to access lots of local walks and activities. We stayed 6 nights and found Click Book Stay and the hosts to be very helpful and attentive. You'll find everything you need for a wonderful stay here as well as lots of unexpected extras."


Locherlour Mill Cottage is a 5-star property located between Crieff and Comrie in a rural setting and is a charming annex of Locherlour Mill.

Offering a high standard of accommodation and comfy bed with
solid wooden floors throughout and high spec decor. For the convenience of guests, there is a large parking area and courtyard with seating offering south facing views.

Guests also have the use of the owner's substantial garden and wooded area to the rear of the property.

The cottage consists of one large bedroom with a king-size bed, double wardrobe and chest of drawers leading on to an en-suite shower room.

The spacious, open plan kitchen/dining area/lounge is fully equipped and can comfortably seat four around the dining table.

There is a large sofa in the lounge area along with Freeview TV, DVD & CD players, an iPod docking station and Wi-Fi throughout.

There is also a further shower room with wide doors, large double shower with level access, toilet and wash hand basin.

The property has 2 x chair beds in the lounge and can sleep up to 2 additional guests charged @£15 each. Please add to your booking if required.

Well behaved pets are welcome by request for which an additional charge applies.

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Key Facilities

Pet FriendlyFamily FriendlyParking - Free on-siteInternet / WiFiWorking fire / stoveGardenMountains & LochsRural

Key Essentials

Pet Friendly Family Friendly Parking - Free on-site Internet / WiFi Working fire / stove Garden Mountains & Lochs Rural

Inside

Television Coffee machine Blender Weighing scales Washing machine Tumble Dryer Dishwasher Cooker / Hob Oven Fridge / Freezer Hairdryer Iron & ironing board Travel Cot Sports equipment storage

Outside

Garden Furniture Garden - private

Tech

DVD player

Accessibility

Level Access Wheelchair Access Ground Floor Bedroom Ground Floor Bath / Shower Room

Nearby

Pub / Restaurant Shops Golf Museum / Gallery

Location

Locherlour is between Crieff and Comrie. It is rural so bringing your own transport is recommended, however, there are buses that run every hour to take you into Crieff. Alternatively, it is possible to walk from the cottage to the centre of Crieff, but this takes approximately one hour or so to get there (depending on how fast you walk) and the walk takes you through a nature trail through the woods (so remember your walking shoes/wellies).

Originally designed by the architect William Stirling, who also designed Lecropt Kirk in Bridge of Allan, Locherlour Mill was built over several years and was finally completed in 1832 as a flax mill, drawing workers from all over the Highlands. Now that the flax milling era is over, the property has been converted but still retains its rustic charm.

Comrie Croft is just 5 minutes drive, (it can be walked from the property) and has a great farm shop with lots of fresh veggies and local produce, it also has a cafe to sit and take in the views.

Crieff offers a fantastic variety of things to do from visiting Whisky tasting at Tullibardine & Glenturret (The Famous Grouse Experience) Distilleries to Quad biking at the Crieff Hydro. There is no shortage of history here however, with Crieff being
home to Scotland's oldest lending library, InnerPerffray,
and only preserved WWII Prisoner of War camp.

For a special treat, why not try the newly awarded Michelin star restaurant of The Glenturret Lalique.

The Crieff Hydro's 900 acre estate provides a fantastic backdrop for horse riding & pony treks (all abilities catered for), mountain biking, archery and golf, and boasts a 4 star Spa and Sauna for those wanting a little rest and relaxation. While The Club at Gleneagles provides the opportunity to play a little more golf, shoot, fish and try your hand at falconry. Crieff has beautiful scenic walks and no shortage of pubs, cafes and restaurants, if you have enough energy left to enjoy them!

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