Late availability updates for Scottish luxury self catering holiday cottage Briar Steading and Little Briar cottage both sleeping 4 overlooking Loch Earn in the village of Lochearnhead, Perthshire.
Wednesday, 24 July 2013
3-6 nights at Pet friendly Little Briar on Loch Earn
Lochearnhead: Pet friendly Little Briar cottage is available this Saturday 27th July for 3-6 nights. Sleeps 2-4 in a double and twin, with a bathroom and shower over the bath. Exceptional views south over Loch Earn. Book 3 nights at £360, 4 nights at £420, 5 nights at £480 or 6 nights at £540. 3 acre grounds and a loch garden, 2 dog friendly hotels nearby, free fishing, summer house, jetty and slipway. Water sports cafe in the village. Wifi, games, DVD's, massage chair. Contact Kim or Fraser now 01567 830 443 or 0797 416 497. NB 10th August -17th August available at £750 with £50 to spend at SULA soft furnishings Balquhidder.
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.