Spacious family self catering accommodation in rural Perthshire. Converted from the South Wing of the former Foulford Inn founded in 1785, the accommodation sits on one level and comprises of four twin en-suite rooms. The owners provide a warm welcome and speak French, German and a little Italian. Guests can also enjoy unlimited use of the adjacent 9 hole par 3 golf course maintained by the owners.
Situated in a rural location and surrounded on all sides by beautiful Perthshire hills, there is a great chance you will spot the areas wildlife, with roe deer, red deer, hawks and owls. Parking is available for two cars. The house has been fully adapted for the convenience of guests with limited mobility, including rails in the bathrooms. We have our own par three nine hole course here at Foulford South Wing which is free to residents of our accommodation. Golfers of all abilities will appreciate the stunning scenery of this unique and well-maintained course.
The property has four twin en-suite bedrooms. Two of these can be closed off with low occupancy rates available for smaller families. Linen and towels are provided. The open plan living room with kitchen and dining area offers a good social space for families. The living room has a television and DVD player. There are also various board games and books. WiFi is available. The kitchen is well equipped with everything you might need. The dining area with seating for 8 is central to the open living space. Guests can enjoy long summer evenings and take in the scenery on the outdoor patio with seating.
Just 5 miles outside of Crieff, Foulford South Wing is convenient for visits to the town which features a range of attractions, including the Drovers’ Exhibition, the Caithness Glass factory (where you can see paper-weights being made and paint your own) and Drummond Castle Gardens. The Ceramic Experience gives you the opportunity to paint your own pottery and there’s even a community fishery nearby. A trip to Crieff and Strathearn Country Market will introduce you to local crafts and produce, as well as cooking demonstrations which produce yummy tasters for you to try. The central location also gives us easy access to the majority of Perthshire attractions, shops and leisure activities, and its wonderful scenery is very popular with walkers. In fact, one of General Wade’s roads passes right behind the inn; we have maps available to help you plan your route. Perthshire is also popular for the Scotch Whisky Trail which takes you to both the smallest and the oldest distilleries in Scotland. If you are more of a thrill seeker, Scottish Quads are based nearby, offering quad biking courses to suit all ages and skill levels – just remember to wear your old clothes! Shooting and stalking are also popular activities, as is angling which is widely available throughout the county.
If you fancy a trip a little further afield, Oban, Fort William, Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow, The Trossachs and the Kingdom of Fife are all within reach, each abounding with history, wildlife and sport. Purchasing a Perthshire Highland Golf Ticket is very good value if you are planning to the play the area’s nine-hole courses. The nearest 18-hole courses are located in Crieff, Pitlochry, Dunblane, Dunkeld and Auchterarder. There are of course many other courses in Perthshire, Angus and Fife including Gleneagles and St Andrews.