Self-Catering Holidays at Cambushinnie Croft

2022

The Perfect Family Staycation in Scotland

 

  • Family friendly
  • Dogs welcome
  • Free wifi
  • EV charger
  • Powered by our own Wind Turbines
  • Disabled access Guide.
  •  Log burner.
  • 3 bedrooms, 3 bath,sleeps 6 + cot
  •  Secure online payment.
  • Visit Scotland 4 star.
  • Farm visits welcome

 

Welcome to our spacious self-catering house built on our family farm in glorious Perthshire.

Situated in the middle of Scotland, near Dunblane, we are easily accessible to Scotland’s main cities and iconic sights.

The cities of Stirling, Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh are all within easy reach.

Accommodating up to 6 plus an infant we are ideal for family get-togethers and your dogs are welcome too.

Your electricity is powered by our 2 wind turbines and we have an EVC on site.

Everyone will enjoy the large grassed & fenced garden and the children’s swings.

Offering disabled access with a ground floor ensuite wet room to suit all ages and abilities.

Perthshire is renowned for its golf courses, the iconic ‘Gleneagles’ hotel and golf courses are on your doorstep.

Other well known Scottish courses are all within a day’s outing.

Scotland is well known for its fishing. We offer on farm fishing in season and plenty of nearby lochs.

Enjoy the Scottish scenery from the windows or venture further to our national parks, lochs and hills.

Scotland is also renowned for its whisky and there are several local distilleries to visit nearby.

Cambushinnie Croft offers the perfect place to relax in or come back to, after a day out.

Alternatively visit our working Scottish farm. Your neighbours will be cows, calves and sheep with lambs.

The farmers wife also has 2 donkeys, who love visitors with carrot or apple treats.

Children are welcome to collect eggs from our hens too.

So, whether it’s your 1st visit to Scotland, or you are a regular visitor, Perthshire is the ideal central location

In which to base your visit.

We look forward to welcoming you

The  wife and her Farmer .

 

 

 

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