Tomanour is ideally located in the beautiful village of Comrie. It is a modern, well equipped, detached bungalow in a quiet part of the village. Enjoying views to the west of the Aberuchill Hills and to the north, our nearest Munro, Ben Chonzie. It is the perfect cottage for those wanting to experience the beauty of Perthshire and the Central Highlands, with the amenities and atmosphere of a friendly village.
The living room has beautiful views of the hills and is warm and comfortable with two sofas, Freeview television, digital recorder and DVD as well as a selection of books, maps, guide books and games. The house is pet friendly, has WiFi and is well equipped for visitors with young children.
The cottage has a double bedroom with King size bed, a second room with twin beds and a smaller third bedroom containing a cot. The spacious family bathroom has separate bath and shower.
The open plan kitchen and dining area is spacious, bright and well equipped, with a large family dining table and chairs, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and digital radio. There is a tumble dryer in the garage.
The back door leads from the kitchen to the private, fully enclosed garden with a patio area, outdoor seating and a BBQ. There is a garage with limited storage available for outdoor equipment but please note that access is only possible through the single rear door.
Perthshire and the Central Highlands offers something of interest for everyone and these are just some ideas.
Comrie is a charming, vibrant village. The village centre is an easy 5 – 10 minute walk away and it offers a good selection of shops including a butcher, baker, delicatessen, general store, pharmacy, post office and coffee shops.
There is also a very good spa (Senses) for a holiday treat or post walk massage and several hotels with public bars and restaurants should you want to eat out.
Drummond Castle Gardens opens on 1st May.One of the finest gardens in Scotland.
From the east gateway on the Crieff Muthill road, visitors drive up the long beech avenue to the car park and then walk to the outer castle court. On passing into the inner courtyard and attaining the top of the terracing the full extent and majesty of the garden is suddenly revealed. The dominant feature of the parterre design is a St Andrew’s Cross with the multiplex 17th century sundial at its centre.
Walking: As well as a fantastic range of short walks and rambles there are a large number of Munros within an hours drive of the house. There are walking guides in Tomanour to help you plan your day .Mountain Biking: Extensive trails and skills circuits as well as bikes available for hire at Comrie Croft Bikes. Which is located 2 miles outside the Village on the Comrie road to Crieff.
Fishing: Fishing in Perthshire is available on the River Earn and at Loch Earn as well as a number of other nearby locations. Permits can be bought locally.
Watersports: Sailing, water skiing and kayaking on Loch Earn. Other water and outdoor activity centres based in Aberfeldy (45 minutes drive).
Scone Palace (near Perth) and Stirling Castle are 40 minutes drive away. The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery is in Crieff and Drummond Gardens near Muthill, with its stunning formal gardens is only 15 minutes drive away.
Crieff is 7 miles to the east of Comrie and has a library, leisure pool and a wide range of shops and eating places.