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The Wee House

Muthill, near Crieff | Sleeps 2

Special offers:
Bookings of 7 nights or more made within 7 days of travelling discounted by 10%


  • Sleeps - 2
  • Bedrooms - 1
  • Bathrooms - 1
  • Bed linen and towels - Yes
  • Cot and high chair - No
  • Central heating - Yes
  • Parking - Yes
  • Garden - Yes
  • WiFi - No
  • Eating out - 0.25 miles
  • Golf - on doorstep
  • Fishing - local
  • Walking from the door
  • Shops - 0.25 miles
  • Pets - No
  • Smoking - No

Accommodation: Ground floor - Entrance into living/sitting room/kitchen, double (or twin) bedroom, bathroom with shower over bath. Exterior: patio, garden bordering on golf course. Parking for 1 car.

Services: Central heating, bed linen and towels included in rent. Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, TV, DVD, Radio/CD player.

Availability: Available all year for weekly lets and short breaks as available. Cancellation insurance available on request. Prices range from £310 to £435 per week.


Holiday Cottage near Crieff

A comfortable and charming cottage with direct access on to the local golf course. The Wee House at The Loaning, originally the gardener's cottage, has been recently redesigned to provide a very comfortable holiday cottage. Situated in the grounds of The Loaning, it has its very own private gate into Muthill Golf Course where they have even named the closing hole - The Loaning!

The Wee House lies a short walking distance from the historic village of Muthill in picturesque Strathearn. There are outstanding views across open fields to the market town of Crieff with a backdrop of the southern edge of the Grampian Mountains and Ben Chonzie - our local Munro!

Strathearn is an excellent centre for outdoor pursuits including golfing, fishing, sailing at Loch Earn, cycling, walking, rock climbing, pony trekking or the perfect hideaway for a romantic break in the Scottish Highlands. And if you want a cosy meal out the Wee House is only a short walk from the Village Inn which serves real ale and hearty country fayre!


Hill Walking - The local area can accommodate the keen hill-walker as well as those looking for a beautiful ramble from the front door. The Wee House has on it's doorstep the rugged Grampian Mountains as well as idyllic forest walks and riverside ambles.

Fishing - The River Earn which flows through Crieff is teeming with Rainbow and Brown Trout. Permits can be purchased from Crieff Tourist Information Office. For those who enjoy Loch fishing the nearby stocked lochan at Comrie Croft provides magnificent views and plentiful fishing. For those brave enough, a quick dip in the lochan is very refreshing!!

Mountain Biking - Scotland is rated as the Number One mountain biking destination in the world. With relative ease, access can be gained to the multitude of trails criss-crossing Perthshire. You can hire bikes locally from Comrie Croft. Golf - The Wee House is located right next door to the splendid Muthill Golf Course. As you can imagine with Scotland being 'the home of golf' there is a plethora of golf courses in and around the local area, including the championship courses at the nearby The Gleneagles Hotel.

Climbing - Experienced climbers or beginners should head to the rocky outcrops at Benny Begg.


The accommodations at the Wee House were perfect!
I would rate the Wee House as one of the very best self-catering properties we have stayed in.
If we ever have occasion to visit the area again, we would definitely consider returning
The location met and exceeded our expectations.

The highlight of our visit has to be the owner. She was most helpful and very friendly.
She was receptive to our suggestions to include information on laundry services and taxi contact for future visitors.
Please send our thanks to her for a wonderful holiday.

We were very well pleased with Abade services.
John Gombeda, Mar 2017

The Wee House

Muthill, near Crieff | Sleeps 2

Fantastic Facts about Scotland

  • Mary Queen of Scots played billiards. First recorded order by Louis XI in 1470. After she was executed, her body was wrapped in a billiard cloth
  • 1300s Scottish soldiers noted for ability to march longer than others because they made their own oatcakes
  • Bagpipes imported from Rome 2000 years ago by Roman army
  • Toilet, 5000 Skara Brae reckoned to use drainage system to flush into the sea. Alexander Cummings invented flushing toilet
  • Auld Lang Syne sung for 150 years before Burns sent a copy for print to the Scots Musical Museum that he had taken down from an old man.
  • Lawnmower invented in Scotland
  • Shortbread known from 12C but generally thought to have been refined use and name credited to Mary Queen of Scots 16C. Petticoat tails
  • Black bun fruitcake covered with pastry. Origins Scottish was eaten at Twelfth Night but now associated with Hogmanay
  • Scotland's first. Licensed distillery Glenlivet in 1823
  • Scotland's only 2-star Michelin restaurant, Andrew Fairlie at the Gleneagles Hotel
  • Golf. Modern game reckoned to date from 15C in Scotland. Much debate about an earlier game. The Old Course St Andrews date to per 1574, seen as a place of pilgrimage. Links course. How many people around the world have had their photographs taken on the Swilken Bridge?
  • Ice skating began in Scotland. Primitive ice skates of bone and antler used by Scandinavian hunters as early as300 AD. 1572 first all-iron skates manufactured in Scotland. Speed skating was first form of skating sport. First skate Club in Edinburgh 1742

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