Stay in this quirky converted bunkroom, set in the Scottish countryside with plenty to see and do nearby including a visit to the city of Perth or a walk or cycle through the Cairngorms National Park.
Part of Mains of Edradour Farm, this converted bunkroom in the heart of the Scottish countryside was built in 1725 by the tenant farmer who was responsible for the plans of the famous Edradour Distillery. The distillery itself is just a few hundred metres away, and the private water supply for the property is the same water that’s supplied to the distillery. Sleeping two people in one bedroom and welcoming one canine companion, this is the perfect romantic hideaway for whisky-lovers and their pup!
Step inside this quirky property and you’ll find yourself in a wonderfully welcoming lounge/diner with a woodburner that your furry friend is sure to love snoozing in front of. Head up the ladder to the first-floor mezzanine level and you’ll find the cosy sleeping area. Venture outside and across the private yard where you’ll discover a stylish kitchen and wet room. There’s a private sheltered outdoor patio, with garden furniture, so you can sit and relax in the sunshine as you enjoy your morning coffee. And a BBQ for al fresco dinners (don’t forget to throw Fido a sausage!), plus a chimenea for cooler evenings.
Be sure to take a guided tour and tasting at Edradour Distillery, which sits right on the property’s doorstep. Further afield, you can stretch your pup’s legs at Loch Ordie (12 miles), which is part of the Atholl Estate. And at the lovely Faskally Wood (7 miles), you can learn about the rich mix of tree species along the Foresters' Trail, or take your happy hound along the easy access Dunmore Trail around the loch.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.