The flat is 100m from Aberfeldy Square with fantastic views across the town and Tay Valley. The ground floor flat is self contained with a lovely garden. Breakfast basics provided. Travel cot. I will be on hand to welcome you.
The flat is self contained with: Living/dining room with coal effect black box gas fire and views to the Tay Valley; Double bedroom at back with views to garden and Tay Valley; large sunny twin bedded room at front with washbasin; small kitchen with electric cooker, fridge, washing machine, microwave; bathroom with shower; private garden with patio seating and bird table.
There is a travel cot and high chair booster seat you can use. There is space for bikes in the cellar. The flat is also sometimes used for friends and family to stay so please use but respect the toys, games, books around the flat. The flat sleeps 4 people, no extra guests.
There is parking on the road at the front, or on the pavement outside the bedroom window. There are 5 steps up to the front door. You look out on a garden at the back which is for your exclusive use.
I live locally and, work permitting, will be available to welcome you and show you around. I am also available to offer any advice and help during your stay if you need it. If I am not going to be around I will let you know of alternative arrangements.
In the flat there will be basic breakfast foods, tea, coffee, milk, orange juice, butter, marmalade, cereals, porridge oats, oatcakes. Everyone likes different bread so please choose your own. There is a bakery opposite the garage, or Scottish white morning rolls are available from 6am at Wades Newsagents next to the crossroads. For croissants etc the Coop and other local shops are 3 minutes walk away. The kitchen also has a basic store cupboard on a use and replace basis.
Let me know of any breakages, or repairs that are needed. At the end of your stay I would appreciate the flat being left as you found it for next guests. If you could take sheets and duvet covers off the beds, and make it clear with towels you have used, that would be a great help.
I live and work locally and am fortunate to live in this beautiful part of Scotland.
Aberfeldy is great for local walks and cycles. The area attracts people who, like myself, have worked and travelled all over the world and we have some great potluck suppers.
I enjoy welcoming Airbnb guests many of whom seem to come here for a birthday treat, or to use the town as a base to explore Scotland. It is fascinating to meet new people and discover more from them about our amazing world.