Available as 1, 2 or 3 discrete dwellings, giving 2, 4, 8, 12 or 24 person accommodation with numerous occupation permutations. Breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals can be arranged. Price includes free pick-up/drop-off from airport or rail station.
Argyll House is a recent built large house, on the edge of Crieff, but with rural aspect and views; adjacent to Crieff Golf Clubhouse; and only 10 miles from Gleneagles Hotel and the Ryder Cup. Argyll House is a short private drive off the main Perth Road and only 10 minutes walk to the shops and restaurants of Crieff town centre, or 5 minutes walk to the Crieff Hydro Hotel. Crieff, almost uniquely, enjoys the designated shuttle bus service to transport guests living in Crieff direct to the Ryder Cup Event. Parking for about 10 cars is possible within the private drive. Argyll House has many grand features, high ceilings, ornate coving, oak doors and finishings, underfloor heating. Within the main building, there are three floors. The upper two floors comprise 3 (or 4) large bedrooms and public rooms, whilst the lower floor comprises 4 (or 5 or 6) bedrooms with separate public rooms. Within the garden there is a separate self-contained garden flat with 1 (or 2) bedrooms. Argyll House can provide accommodation for up to 24 people (or more with 2, 3 or 4 beds in some larger rooms) from 12 separate bedrooms and still provide a minimum of 4 public rooms (large lounge, living room, snooker/billiard room and entrance hall) with seating and dining space for all Argyll House is spacious with high ceilings throughout, large rooms, ornate cornice, heavy oak finishings and doors, underfloor central heating, Wifi and outdoor barbeque.
The whole house (Main House, Lower Flat and Garden Flat) is available for £54 per person per night for up to 24 person occupation.
The main house (upper two floors) can provide 3 (or 4) bedrooms (or 5 bedrooms if the lower level study/lounge is used), all with separate shower room, together with living room, large lounge, large hall and snooker room. The main lounge (middle floor) features a large Inglenook fireplace with gas fired stove, comfort seating in two lounge suites for 10-12 people, a dining table to seat up to 14 diners, a “Smart” 47” 3D HD LCD Television with satellite reception, BBC i-player, and DVD player, huge picture window overlooking the rural landscape, and a character which combines grandeur with cosy ambiance. The main hall features a solid oak floor, solid oak grand staircase (1.8 metres wide), and entrance vestibule. The snooker/billiard room, located behind the staircase, features a real wood floor (and carpet) and picture window French doors leading onto a south facing balcony which overlooks the garden and beyond, over fields and woodland to the hills surrounding Auchterarder and Gleneagles.
The living room has comfort seating for 4 people and dining table to seat 8 people. There is an LCD Television with satellite reception and DVD player. The master bedroom has large wardrobe, en-suite shower room, dressing room (bedroom for child), walk-in cupboard, walk-in store room. This room can accommodate a 3rd or 4th single bed alongside the main king-size bed (as well as young child's bed in the dressing room). The two other bedrooms each have a double bed with space for an additional single bed. Each has built-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room. The spacious bright landing can be partitioned to provide a further double or twin bed room. The lower floor study/lounge can be incorporated into the upper floor to provide a further double, twin or triple bed room.
The Main House is available for £87.50 per person per night based on 8 person occupation (or 10 person with lower lounge/study included).
The lower flat (lower floor) can provide 4 (or 5) bedrooms together with large lounge and/or dining room. Or, if the study/lounge becomes incorporated into the Main House, then the largest bedroom can be set up as a lounge/dining room, still providing 4 double or twin bed rooms, a kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet. It has separate entrance door from the main house. (there are no en-suite facilities) The lower lounge features a picture bay window/French doors onto gravel BBQ area. There is a very large rosewood inlaid desk and comfort seating for 8 people. A dining table will be available if the principal dining room is used as a bedroom. A large LCD television is provided. The dining room (or 5th bedroom) has two built-in cupboards and wash-hand basin. This room can either be used as a dining room or billiard room with a 20 second conversion of the dining table to slate topped half size billiard table (or as a bedroom). The master bedroom features a large pine bed, a French door onto the gravel leisure area then on to the garden. There is a sofa and coffee table and ample room for a single bed thus providing a child's bed or “twin” bed configuration. The 2nd bedroom features link beds therefore providing the alternative of twin beds or a single king size double. There is a walk in “box” room containing a full size single bed. The 3rd and 4th bedrooms are full size double bedrooms with either a double bed or twin bed configuration. The 3rd bedroom also features a box room which could hold a cot or child's bed.
The Lower Flat is available for only £56 per person per night based on 10 person occupation.
The garden flat is a simple one bedroom unit with separate lounge/kitchen/dining room. There is a shower/toilet en-suite off the bedroom. The unit is detached from the main house. The flat enjoys an independent entrance and private parking. It has recently been fitted out and is immaculately presented. The living room could be available with a separate bed or children's bunk bed, providing two bedrooms (but no independent living room).
The Garden Flat is available for only £27 per person per night based on 4 person occupation.
Ideally situated within spectacular scenery with an abundance of facilities on the doorstep, Crieff and Strathearn offer the perfect place to explore and relax. There are world famous attractions, award winning Crieff restaurants, exclusive boutiques and exciting outdoor adventure all situated in Strathearn, Scotland’s heartland. The town of Crieff long known as a holiday town derives its name from the Gaelic word ‘craobh’ meaning trees and the name Strathearn meaning the valley of the River Earn. Strathearn is a prominent feature on the food and drink map of Scotland. This area is a prime location for quality local produce, with specialist food shops and several award winning restaurants in Crieff and Strathearn. Often called ‘Scotland’s Larder’, this part of the country is famed for providing excellent local produce. Sheep, cattle and deer feed on the lush pasture land; the woodlands are alive with feathered and furred game; the rivers and lochs are teeming with fish, and in summer, Perthshire is also the berry capital of Scotland. Eating out here is a real feast for the senses. And not forgetting something to drink, Crieff and Blackford boast their very own distilleries, so you can enjoy a local dram or two as well!