Yew Tree is a luxurious wooden clad cottage with private hot tub on the shores of the River Lochay. The newly built property sleeps four people comfortably in one king ensuite bedroom and one twin ensuite bedroom. The property is kept warm by the luxurious underfloor heating throughout the property and the cottage boasts wonderful views from the floor to ceiling glass windows over the river towards the golf course. Yew Tree is characterised by a beautiful vaulted ceiling over the spacious living room.
As well as being equipped with all the mod cons including TVs, Dvd, wifi and a selection of books and films to choose from, the cottage is conveniently located close to the village inn, local golf course and other village amenities.
Lovely new wooden clad cottage overlooking the River Lochay
Vaulted ceiling and glass gable end to enjoy the stunning views over the river and beyond
Private round hot tub outside property
2 double bedrooms with king bed and twin beds – all mattresses are memory foam for extra comfort
2 bathrooms with bath and showers
Luxurious underfloor heating throughout
Bedrooms are made up on arrival with crisp, white Egyptian cotton bed linen and swiss chocolates on the pillows
Welcoming bottle of wine provided, tea and coffee, washing up liquid, dish washer tablets, wash powder for the washing machine, initial supplies of loo roll and bin bags
Large white bath sheets, gowns, hand towels and bath mats for the bathrooms
Hairdryer, luxury hand soap
Flat screen LED TV, DVD, Hifi system with Bluetooth connectivity, wifi
Flat screen TV in master bedroom and twin bedroom
New kitchen with all the mod cons
High chair and cot, baby toys
Books and DVDs
Gas fired central heating
BBQ and garden furniture
Village Inn close to the property offers discounted meals plus a selection of take out meals and afternoon teas for guests to eat in the comfort of the cottage
Property situated within a minute’s walk of Killin Golf Club and within a few minutes of the shops, bars, restaurants in Killin
Sorry, no pets
As this is a tranquil spot, it is not a place for raucous parties, sorry!
Reviewed on 03/25/2019
Moira and Mark
This was a much needed break that was a pleasure from beginning to end, the stunning location in traditional Scottish weather (4 seasons in one day) where this property is located was a total joy , walking in on the heated cosy floor to full size windows overlooking the water could not disappoint, and the hot tub in the snow was fantastic, lots still to see around Loch Tay so we shall return. Thanks also to the owners for the complimentary wine.
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