For the first time historic A listed Seasyde House, Errol, Perthshire will be available for let. It was home to the Duncan family including Admiral Duncan, Scotland’s greatest sailor during the 17th and 18th Centuries. It was rebuilt c. 1798 by James Paterson, Clerk of works to Robert Adam.
Seasyde House faces South with fantastic views over the Firth of Tay with exceptional bird life and is situated 31 miles from Gleneagles. Transport is provided from the airport to Seasyde on arrival and departure. Transport for the journey of 40 minutes to Gleneagles daily can be arranged. Accommodation comprises four double bedrooms, one single/small double bedroom and four bathrooms of which three are en suite. As well as candlelit dining room there is a drawing room and library with log fires and TV/games room with snooker table and table tennis. Outside there is a tennis court, croquet, gardens and room for helicopter access. Goose flighting on the Seasyde reed bed can also be arranged.
Included in the package:
Transport to and from airport
Accommodation for 9-10 people
Full Scottish Breakfast
Evening drinks and canapes
One candlelit dinner (more can be provided on request)
½ hour massage per person by Neal’s Yard Remedies Practicioner in authentic Mongolian Yurt in the garden
Use of tennis court & croquet in garden
TV room with snooker table (not full size)
Helicopter access in grounds
Transport to and from Gleneagles can be provided at extra cost
One goose flight (more available)
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