Riverside Holiday Cottage offers Self-Catering accommodation for up to four people, located at Bridge of Balgie, Glen Lyon, by Aberfeldy, Perthshire.
Riverside Cottage was fully refurbished during 2020 and now offers a warm, welcoming, comfortable accommodation.
Sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Bedrooms can be made up with either two single beds or one kingsize bed – please specify your requirements at time of booking.
The accommodation is fully furnished with a well equipped kitchen including oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and microwave.
Utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Lounge with wood burning stove (logs provided), Freeview TV and WiFi.
Bathroom with over bath shower.
Large enclosed garden with furniture and wonderful views of the River Lyon.
Duvets, pillows, linen and towels are provided.
Bookings are Saturday to Saturday. Three night stays may be permitted at certain times of year – please call 01786 849272 or email email@example.com for details.
UNFORTUNATELY DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN RIVERSIDE COTTAGE.
Please note that smoking is not allowed anywhere inside the property.
Occupation is from 4.00pm on day of arrival and vacation no later than 10.00am on departure day.
Satnav use Postcode PH15 2PP
RENTAL TARRIFF 2020/2021 (per week)
Jan to Mar £650
April to August £725
Sep to Dec £675
Includes normal consumption of electricity and VAT @ 20%.
We reserve the right to alter the rental in the event of any change in the basic rate of VAT.
We reserve the right to make an additional charge for electricity if consumption has been excessive.
Killin (about 15 miles) and Aberfeldy (about 22 miles) both have a varied choice of shops, eating places, banks, golf courses and other leisure facilities.
Just 0.25 miles from Riverside is the Post Office and General Store of Bridge of Balgie and from which most provisions can be obtained – (Telephone No. 01887-866221). There is also a tea room serving light snacks and home baking.
There are plenty of opportunities for hill walking in this beautiful scenic area and to generally observe nature in this unspoilt location.