About Glen Cottage
Glen Cottage is a large, traditionally furnished holiday home in rural Perthshire sleeping up to 8 guests, with full central heating, a private garden, and games room; a great base for families looking to explore the Highlands or hoping for a quiet, relaxing break. The cottage has two double en-suite rooms (one on the ground floor), and two twin rooms sharing a family bathroom. The kitchen is fully fitted and there is a dining area seating eight. There is a living flame gas fire in the lounge as well as a CD player. Upstairs there is a television area on the landing, with seating for two, as well as a selection of books. The lounge opens on to a terraced area, and out to a private garden.
Upstairs there is a television area on the landing, with seating for two, as well as a selection of books. The lounge opens on to a terraced area, and out to a private garden. Just across the garden there is a games room with a table tennis table. There is WiFi available in the cottage and off street parking for two cars outside.
Lovingly renovated and furnished, Glen Cottage offers practical, modern accommodation in a traditional setting. Whether you are looking to relax, surrounded by the beauty of rural Perthshire, or for an activity packed week away, this charming and unique accommodation is sure to make your stay that bit more special. As well as the fully fitted kitchen, there is a separate dining room, comfortably seating 8, while outside the house you can find a terraced area. In the private garden, you will find a games room with table tennis table.
The cottage is within walking distance of all local shops, bars, tearooms and restaurants. Perfect base for adventuring in the Highlands, or visiting Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Cultybraggan Camp – This former WWII PoW camp is one of Comrie’s most famous historical sites. You can still see some of the old Nissen huts.
The White Church – At the centre of Comrie village, built in 1805 the church is a Grade-A listed building.
The Earthquake House – built to keep records of earthquakes in the town. Comrie lies on the Highland Boundary Fault, and is susceptible to rumblings, giving the town its nickname ‘Shaky Toon’.
Cycling – Bike hire available from Comrie Croft Bikes, who also have a number of off-road routes to enjoy.
Golf – Comrie has a 9-hole golf course a short drive from the cottage.
Fishing – Fishing spots can be found on the River Earn and at Loch Earn (permits are available at local fishing shops).
Walking and Climbing – There are number of walks and climbs in the surrounding area. From simple woodland walks to more challenging climbs up Ben Chonzie, Ben Vorlich or Ben Lawers.
Comrie Fortnight – Held every year in the last week of July and first week of August, the Comrie fortnight includes music events, dances and parades.
Comrie Flambeaux – Every New Year there is a torchlit procession through the town, including a fancy dress competition.
Crieff – 7 miles away, the market town of Crieff has a variety of shops and restaurants. Enjoy golf at the local course, or a spa at Crieff Hydro Hotel.
Stirling – 20 miles away, famous for Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument as well as the Bannockburn Exhibition and various events and festivals throughout the year