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Sleeps - 25
Region - Perthshire
Sporting Trout Fishing
Activities Boats · Snooker/Billiards · Tennis · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Snooker / Billiards · Tennis court · Wifi
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £12,100 per week
Port-an-Eilean is situated in a breathtaking setting on the north bank of Loch Tummel, surrounded by 40 acres of natural and ancient woodland, with magnificent views towards Schiehallion. Three outside seating areas are designed to make the most of the stunning views throughout the day, as well as affording opportunities of spotting deer, pine martens, otters, ospreys and sparrow hawks to name but a few of the wildlife abounding.
The outdoor theme continues with an all-weather tennis court/five-a-side pitch, which also doubles as a netball pitch, giving ample opportunity for parents versus the kids activities. Volleyball and badminton are also playable on an adjacent grassed area. And if that isn’t enough there is also a professional putting area and a boules court!
If the weather doesn’t suit, there is a fabulous games room available (by prior arrangement), equipped for table tennis, table football, pool and darts.
Fishing for salmon, trout, pike and perch off the banks and jetty is possible in season, and a brand new Maxima 550 Sloop is also available outside the winter months by arrangement. For the more adventurous, hunting and shooting can be arranged nearby by separate negotiation.
The house itself has been refurbished to an extremely high standard. The library and bar areas are perfect for pre-meal drinks and the drawing room with grand piano is the ideal spot to congregate for after-dinner fun. Log fires in all of the main reception rooms add to the ambience. For those seeking solitude, the Tower Room is the place to escape to with a newspaper or good book.
The kitchen with Aga is extremely well equipped and opens up lochside. For alfresco dining there is a purpose built ‘sitooterie’ and BBQ area.
The local pub is half a mile from the entrance to the property.
There is a newly renovated 4 bedroomed cottage sleeping an additional 8 guests available at an additional cost.
Dogs are welcome and there is a charge of £20 each per full or part week.
Port-an-Eilean is a fabulous family holiday home offering an abundance of varied activities to suit every age group in all weathers.
Fantastic house, superb views, great weather, perfect!
– McDonall family, Edinburgh
Ground Floor Drawing room with open fire, piano and access to its own patio and views over loch. Dining room with open fire, with table seating 16. Library with open fire and separate bar area with its own wine and beer cooler and ice machine. The well equipped kitchen includes 2 dishwashers, 2 electric ovens, 2 freezers and 2 fridges together with an electric Aga and built in coffee machine. Cloak Room/drying room with 2 wc. Utility Room.
Tower Sitting room
Outside Patios, garden furniture, jetty over loch Gas bbq Boat available for hire (with skipper only). Canoe also available. Both only by prior arrangement Fishing on the loch for pike, trout and salmon. Tennis court with integral 5 aside football, badminton, netball, volleyball & basketball. Putting green Boules Court Games room with table tennis, snooker, table football & darts (available by prior arrangement)
Ground floor and Courtyard Bedrooms (6) Three double bedrooms (all en-suite)
First floor (15) Three double bedrooms (all en-suite) One double bedroom with 2 Queen sized beds (en-suite) One double bedroom with adjoining room with bed settee (en-suite) One bedroom with 3 single beds (en-suite)
Second floor (4) Dormitory with four single beds
Well behaved pets are allowed (maximum of 2). Please note there is a charge for each pet.
The house also comes with a full Sky package and internet access.
There are numerous activities available locally including water sports in the local area, mountain biking, trout and salmon fishing on the River Tay and River Garry, Munro ‘bagging’ and golfing. There are a number of great 18 hole golf courses in the Perthshire area. Others may fancy off-road driving, quad biking or clay pigeon shooting.
Take the Harry Potter Steam Train from Loch Rannoch Station to Fort William where you change onto a steam train to take you to Mallaig, crossing the famous Glenfinnan viaduct.
Edradour Distillery is closeby in Pitlochry.
The Blair Castle Trekking Centre offer a range of pony trekking experiences using home-bred Highland Ponies, and taking you far into the hills. They can cater for all ages and levels of experience and even complete beginners are welcome.
However for those seeking more leisurely pursuits, the world renowned House of Bruar offers first class shopping and is often referred to as the “Harrods of the north”. Lunch at the restaurant there, followed by a stroll up the picturesque Falls of Bruar, provides an excellent recovery from shopping till you drop!
The Pitlochry Festival Theatre also offers a varied programme of plays throughout May till October, for those who wish to take in a little culture during their holiday.
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