Cosy Scottish Cottage

Cosy Scottish Cottage

Louise

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our cosy cottage was originally built in the late 1800's. It retains it's stone features to the front and has been extended at the rear giving us a big kitchen space that looks out on to our garden. It is surrounded by farmland and wee often see Horses, sheep and cows at our back fence. Popping in for a visit to our garden are Partridges, coal tits, robins and other lovely birds. Loch Leven is a nature reserve for birds and is a five minute drive or twenty minute walk from our cottage. We often see gaggles of geese, Kestrel and even Eagles swooping over out heads. We are in a semi rural place that has quick and easy access to Edinburgh, Perth, Glasgow and other major towns.

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Where is it?

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Cozy cafés
For the best Scottish breakfast travel about forty minutes to a cosy little cafe in Bridge of Allan. It's worth the trip. They even give you fleece blankets to cover your knees if you want/dare to sit outside!
Retail therapy
Dunfermline
Bit of culture
Bird watching. Cinema. Theatre.
Walks in the park
Loch Leven. Dunfermline.
Spot of exercise
Cycling. Golfing at The famous St. Andrews and Gleneagles.
Day tripping
Edinburgh. Glasgow. Perth. Dunfermline. Culross.

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