A converted traditional Scottish stone farmhouse with open fires, aga in kitchen and large conservatory and patio overlooking our river. 5 bedrooms, 1 ensuite, sleeps 9. Perfect for kids, swimming in the river, fishing, beautiful walks on your doorstep. Situated beside the 400 year old Mill with 20ft water wheel.
Large family kitchen with free-standing fittings, Aga cooker, original stone walls, stone floor, split stable door.
Large beamed living room with wood burning stove one end, open fire the other - split by wrought iron spiral staircase.
Large master bedroom with 4-poster bed and modern en suite/shower
Large family bathroom - recently renewed with traditional cast-iron roll-top bath and modern enclosed power shower.
2 large children's bedrooms and a further 2 smaller bedrooms (1 with double bed).
Large, bright conservatory with seating area, sofabed and dining table for 8, looks out to patio and multi-level garden looking down to the river Devon.
River Devon: shallow for paddling but you can swim in places (wetsuits & inflatables provided). Perfect for fishing on your doorstep!
Adventure garden on many levels including tree house, rope swings and trampoline!
5 minutes drive from Dollar (mini-supermarket, various coffee shops/restaurants, hotel, bars, delicatessen, chemist, doctors surgery, library, off-licence, chinese takeaway).
20 minutes drive from largest town (Alloa) with train station.
45 minutes drive from Edinburgh/Glasgow
20 minutes drive from 5 star Gleneagles hotel (Voted Best Uk Luxury Resort Spa, Scotland's 2 star Michelin restaurant, Best Golf Course in the World, Host of 2014 Ryder Cup) (www.gleneagles.com/)
60 minutes drive from St Andrews (Scotland's first University est 1413, home of Golf and world famous Old Course).
Or go further afield to visit Scotland's heritage - castles, glens, lochs and much more! (www.historic-scotland.gov.uk)
Washing machine, dishwasher, Smeg fridge/freezer, wifi, DVD, TV,
2 independent cats which will need feeding!
For more information on the area search "Muckhart" in wikipedia