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Trowan Farm where time stands still...

Farmhouse Holiday Cottage, Trowan, Crieff

My friends, husband and I have just spent a lovely Hogmanay weekend at Trowan Farm... read more

Hilde & family (Jan 2016)

We enjoyed our time at Trowan House very much. Our boys loved the donkeys and... read more

Paul and family (from the U.S.)

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The Farmhouse was substantially refurbished during the summer of 2015.

The Farmhouse is now a beautiful holiday cottage available for lets, with Trowan itself located in Strathearn, Central Scotland. The cottage sits in a peaceful location facing south with views of Torlum Hill and, behind, to the North, rises Tom na Chastle, ancient seat of The Earls of Strathearn and the site of Sir David Baird’s Monument. You can see the exact location on our map (to be found on the 'Touring Trowan' page). The cottage is at the western end of Trowan Farm which runs about one mile along the River Earn towards Crieff "the gateway to the Highlands".

The cottage sleeps up to 8 people in 4 bedrooms.

Three bedrooms and two bathrooms can be found upstairs and one bedroom and a toilet downstairs. The sitting room has comfortable sofas and a wood burning stove (plenty of cut firewood available) and there is central heating throughout. There is a great selection of books and board games, Wi-Fi and TV for evening entertainment. For summer time there is a barbeque and garden furniture for dining alfresco. Visit our 'Property Tour' page to view a gallery of the various rooms of the Farmhouse cottage, the farm itself and it's immediate surrounding area.