Free fishing from the loch garden on Loch Earn. Can you get away tomorrow? Little Briar cottage is available for a last minute break in Lochearnhead, Tuesday 29th for 4 nights leaving 2nd April. Bring the dog free. 3 acre gardens, south facing views, 1 double and 1 twin bedroom, 1 bathroom with electric shower -£220 for last minute booking. Sky Freesat TV, DVD, massage chair, books, games. You won't believe the loch and castle views.
2 hotels and water sports centres. Cafe, shop, post office in Lochearnhead Call 01567 830 443 and ask for Kim or Fraser or Mob: 07876 122 505
Book Briar Steading now for a last minute luxury short break on the banks of Loch Earn in Lochearnhead Perthshire.
Free fishing in the garden on Loch Earn, mooring, slipway, 2 hotels and a water sports centre nearby, use of the hot tub on the three acre grounds. 2 bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms plus woodburning stove, fully fitted kitchen, Sky TV, Wifi, Ipod docking station and more.
jetty in the garden
This luxury cottage boasts luxury space and luxury views. Completed in 2010 the new stone building is a very special place to take a break. Tel Kim or Fraser 01567 830 443 now for prices and availability on 2, 3, 4 and 7 night breaks between 22nd march and 16th April.
Book a 3-4 night short break for a family of 4 or 2 couples sharing on the shores of Loch Earn in Lochearnhead less than 60 miles from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Luxury Briar Steading is £350 for 3-4 nights this weekend, including electricity and a log and kindling starter pack for the woodburning stove.
Little Briar heated massage chair
Pet friendly cottage, Little Briar Cottage is £245 for 3-4 nights and your dog can come free if you quote from this notice. The £1 coin metre will be half full and the cottage takes no more than £3 per day in winter. See photos. guest reviews, blog stories, directions and information at http://www.stayatbriar.co.uk/ .
Mallards bring chicks to feed in Spring
Tel Kim or Fraser now for an idyllic short break holiday in a picturesque spot overlooking Loch Earn. The trout fishing season has started so bring your rod or you can hire tackle locally. Fishing is free from Briar Cottages garden or you can hire a boat with a permit to fish on the water locally.
Briar Cottages are less than a 200 metres stroll from the Clachan Cottage Hotel and The Lochearnhead Hotel. Well behaved pets are welcome in their lounge bars. Have a break in one of the most naturally beautiful areas of Scotland.
Luxury self catering cottage Briar Steading in Lochearnhead was completed in December 2010. It is built in the style of a converted steading (farm building) with a traditional stone front. The building is not a traditional rectangle though. The cottage is T shaped from the rear with large patio windows at the front 26ft away from the kitchen and dining space at the back. Book 7 nights 5 March to 12th March for the last minute price of £400. That's just £200 per week per couple with 2 sharing. Each couple gets their own bedroom and en suite bathroom separated by the open plan lounge with its fully fitted modern kitchen. Everything is supplied other than your clothes, food and drink. There are starter packs of washing machine and dishwasher tablets plus tea coffee, sugar, kindling and logs for the wood burning stove. 3, 4, 5 and 6 night options also available. Also 2 hairdryers, ironing, Tv's, iPod docking station, use of a hot tub. The cottage is a pet free environment.
If you have a dog then consider Little Briar, our pet friendly cottage available for 6 nights@ 299 or 3-4 nights £245. To book or enquire contact Kim 01567 830 443 and quote prices from this posting. Visit www.stayatbriar.co.uk for more information.
NB: Fishing from Briar Cottages garden is permitted from 15th March 2011
Was singing "I can see a rainbow" aged 2, fell in love with ice skating at 9, played the recorder at 10, performed with the Falkirk Junior Singers choir until High School, was Scottish Champion in shot putt and discus with Central Region AAC and won 2 British Universities Athletics gold medals for Heriot Watt, graduated in drawing and painting from Edinbugh college of Art 1985, visited Iraq in 1986, married Fraser in 1991, performed easy listening jazz with "Diminished Fifth" for 18 years, recorded CD "Please Don't Talk About Me" in 2000, launched a dental floss and other interdental products into the UK during 1990's-2007 (memorable title of press release published by Good Housekeeping magazine "Floss or Die!"), sailed around the west coast of Scotland for 20 years (Sold Fairline 43AC to build luxury cottage), never had a bad holiday anywhere in the world, left business and marketing development job in 2007 to become a chalet maid in our Lochearnhead holiday cottages. Currently living in a 300 year old B listed thatched cottage on the grounds enjoying; the spectacular views over Loch Earn, yoga in the village hall, socialising with Lochearnhead villagers and a blissful sense of freedom. Member of the Federation of Small Businesses and Chair of The Loch Earn Tourism Initiative Group.