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The Lookout at St Ninians

Spacious, modern, two floor apartment with a Gothic twist. Set in a converted Church located on 2nd floor of the building (stairs up to apartment) with stunning views to Turleum, The Aberuchils and Glenturret from a private external balcony.

Sleeps 4. Bedrooms 2. Bathrooms 2. WiFi. Parking. Pets welcome (additional charges apply).

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The Lookout at St Ninians

The Lookout at St Ninians

Perthshire
4
Sleeps
2
Bathrooms
2
Bedrooms
Pet Friendly

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Accommodation A unique 2nd floor apartment set in a converted church. The Lookout has a contemporary design with a Gothic twist using natural stone walls and huge arched windows. The whole apartment is finished with solid oak flooring and wood & chrome detailing.

On the lower level there is a large entrance hall containing a deep, walk-in storage cupboard perfect for sports equipment & extra baggage. The master bedroom, with signature stone wall and arched window, houses a king sized bed and leads to an en suite shower room. The second bedroom also has an arched window and two single beds. Both rooms have wardrobes, chest of drawers and bedside cabinets.

The family bathroom has a feature window set against the natural stone wall, a free-standing bath tub with designer chrome fittings & shower and stunning views of the rural surroundings.

The designer kitchen is fully equipped with a washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, gas hob and a double electric oven with a dining area that seats up to four people. There is also a separate breakfast bar looking out through a south facing, panoramic window to the surrounding countryside.

A pine and chrome spiral staircase leads to the upper level of the apartment where a spacious lounge leads, through french double doors, onto the south facing decked balcony and dining area with stunning views. The lounge has exposed wooden ceiling beams and a Velux skylight window. It is furnished with two double sofas, coffee tables, a large TV with Freeview, DVD & CD players and iPod dock. There is Wi-Fi and gas central heating throughout the apartment.

The property benefits from an extra put up bed and can sleep up to one additional guest charged @£20, please note that as this is really meant for occasional use the maximum stay for the 5th guest is 3 nights. Please call to add to your booking.

The communal entrance has secure entry system and a carpeted staircase leading to the apartment (39 stairs). There is one secure parking is available in the basement, (accessed to the rear of the building) along with an area to store bikes. If you arrive with two cars, the other car will need to be parked on the side street.

Pets welcome. (Charges will apply per pet.)

Area Originally, Crieff was the main cattle driving town in Scotland. Nowadays, 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.

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!

* Apartment is situated on the 2nd floor of the converted church building with stairs up to it.
* Internal stairs within the apartment up to the bedrooms.


Booking Terms
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25% deposit is required to secure the dates with the balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival. Where a booking is made within 8 weeks of arrival then full payment will be required at the time of booking. We accept most forms of payment including bank transfer; all major credit cards and UK issued debit cards. Rental is inclusive of linen and towels, as well as utilities (gas and electricity). Fair usage policy applies. All breakages are chargeable. Click Book Stay has the right to charge a fully refundable security deposit.


Cancellation Policy

Once a booking deposit has been paid and the booking confirmed in writing, the Tenant is liable for the whole amount of the rent for the period booked.

Any cancellations must be made in writing and acknowledged by us.

  • If notice of cancellation is given more than 8 weeks before your arrival date, 25% of the total tariff is non-refundable
  • If notice of cancellation is given with less than 8 weeks of your arrival date, the full amount is payable.


Holiday / Cancellation Insurance. Once booked, the Tenant is liable for the complete Property rental costs. As such, it is strongly recommended that the Tenant take out suitable holiday/cancellation insurance to cover costs incurred by unexpected holiday cancellation. Booking Protect, which is a cancellation policy, is offered as an option at the time of booking via the Click Book Stay website. Booking Protect is an independent company and in no way related to Click Book Stay.

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Pet Friendly Family Friendly Parking - Free on-site Internet / WiFi Mountains & Lochs Urban

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Television Coffee machine Blender Food processor Mixer / Whisk Weighing scales Washing machine Tumble Dryer Dishwasher Cooker / Hob Oven Fridge / Freezer Hairdryer Iron & ironing board Travel Cot Bike storage

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Originally, Crieff was the main cattle driving town in Scotland. Nowadays, 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.

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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