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West LaighnetherfieldHoliday Cottage to rent in Strathaven Central Scotland / Strathclyde - Scotland Ref: 3730909

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A Luxury Self Catering Holiday Cottage situated near Strathaven, Scotland. Our Boutique style cottage offers guests Countryside Silence with a city vibe only 20 minutes away.

Features

Property Type: Cottage
Catering: Self-catering
Accommodation:
  • Max guests 6
  • 3 Bedroom(s)
  • 2 Bathroom(s)
  • 2 Shower Room(s)

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Property available for...

  • Long term lets (over 1 month)
  • Corporate bookings
  • Short term breaks (4 days or fewer)
  • Holiday lets (1 to 4 weeks)

Type of holiday

  • Family
  • Travelling with pets
  • Golfing
  • Bird watching
  • City break
  • Sightseeing
  • Theme park
  • Walking & Hiking
 

 

Summary

There is nothing quite like it in Glasgow that’s available to rent. So due to its architecture and period details, we made this beautiful large 1844 square metre house look and feel like a home. Well situated and placed in Central Scotland for traveling. Including private parking for five vehicles.

The property has amazing views and fishing to hand (a 5-minute walk to River Avon).

A very large luxury rental property for Holiday and Business Clients who want more than a bed & breakfast with the advantage of being able to bring their pets. (incl Horses)

West Laighnetherfield also welcomes up to 3 dogs.

We understand that each client has different needs - that's why we're more than willing to serve your unique requests. If you are just searching for a holiday or need emergency accommodation, We'll be more than happy to help

There is nothing quite like it in Glasgow that’s available to rent. So due to its architecture and period details, we made this beautiful large 1844 square metre house look and feel like a home. Well situated and placed in Central Scotland for traveling. Including private parking for five vehicles.

The property has amazing views and fishing to hand (a 5-minute walk to River Avon).

A very large luxury rental property for Holiday and Business Clients who want more than a bed & breakfast with the advantage of being able to bring their pets. (incl Horses)

West Laighnetherfield also welcomes up to 3 dogs.

We understand that each client has different needs - that's why we're more than willing to serve your unique requests. If you are just searching for a holiday or need emergency accommodation, We'll be more than happy to help

Contact us today!

 

Description of Interior

Our goal is to provide you with a fully furnished, high-end, affordable boutique cottage with our bespoke stables and outdoor arena available if you need to bring your large furry friends. We have a large 50” wall hung TV in the living room that will provide you with sky channels and a 42?wall hung TV in the kitchen with free view. There are many spaces to be totally private inside and out.

Our quality mattresses and pillows are all protected, Goose Feather and down duvets. We use high thread count quality Egyptian Cotton bed linen and Hugo Boss luxury bath sheets and towels, toiletries, shampoo and fine soaps. The entire estate has 24hr CCTV with outside garden furniture that boasts a fire pit/ice bucket and barbecue. Our gardens are manicured and maintained.

Ceramic hob,/built-in multi function oven, halogen oven/built-in Microwave/Dishwasher/Fridge/Freezer/washer/Nespresso Machine/Frother/juicer/Slow Cooker/food steamer/deep fryer/bread maker/food mixer/hand held mixer/complimentary bin bags/Dishwasher tablets, etc., all in situ.

Copper cooking pots/extensive Crockery & beautiful serving dishes (especially at Christmas and new year) Cutlery & fine Glassware for 12 (min). We also have basic provisions such as a full range of teas/coffee/sugar/salt & peppers, olive oil, ketchup/spices etc., so you only really need to buy the actual food if you want to cook.

 

Garden and Exterior

Our beautiful property is a four starr weel kept and maintained by our gardner Garry, we also have an unfenced pond and fountain.

 

Accomodation

  • Max guests 6
  • 3 Bedroom(s)
  • 2 Bathroom(s)
  • 2 Shower room(s)
  • 1 Double bed(s)
  • 2 Single bed(s)

Linen and Towels

  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Beach towels not provided
  • Cleaning included

Amenities

  • Central heating
  • Cots available
  • Hairdryer
  • Highchair
  • Internet access
  • Iron
  • Log fire
  • Staffed property
  • Stair gate
  • Washing machine
  • WI-FI available

Kitchen

  • Stove Top / Hob
  • Freezer
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Kettle
  • Toaster

Entertainment

  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • CD player
  • Board games

Garden and Exterior

  • BBQ
  • Private parking
  • Secure parking
  • Private garden
  • Private secure garden
  • Private fishing lake/river
  • Sun loungers
  • Umbrella/Parasol
  • Valley view
 

Suitable for...

Suitable for children Yes
Suitable for elderly Yes
Suitable for wheelchairs Not suitable
Pets welcome Yes
Smoking No
 

Prices

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Rental Conditions

No smoking inside the property.

 

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Location

Country Scotland
Region Central Scotland / Strathclyde
Town Strathaven

 

Car advised: No
 

 

Activities

  • Bird watching
  • Bowling
  • Cycling
  • Golf course
  • Hiking
  • Horse riding
  • Sailing
  • Theme park
  • Walking
  • Water skiing
  • Watersports
  • Windsurfing

 

Local Area

Strathaven Ales

Was started in 2005 by business friends Craig & Douglas.

THE DRINKING MANS GUIDE TO SCOTLAND:
This renovated riverside plant is visitor friendly, a modern 36 -barrel-capacity with its 18th century stone clad brewing kettle.

There is a shop, a visitor centre and tap/function with selected beers for sampling.

strathaven ales

strathaven park

Green Flag award winning Strathaven park

The prestigious Green Flag was administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful, an independent environmental charity that awarded this to the Edwardian public park in Strathaven for its quality and welcoming space.

Set amongst beautiful flower beds this clean, safe and secure, well-maintained park offers a boating pond with rowing boats, kayaks, two bowling greens, tennis courts, a putting green and it’s original miniature model steam railway from 1949.

A brilliant family day out, with an ornate cast iron bandstand installed in 1902.

Our beautiful park is used by the locals, holiday makers and is even celebrated every year at our gala days.

The Castle

Strathaven was granted a Royal charter by King James the second on the 23rd of April in the year 1450.

The origins of the castle are believed to have been built around 1350.

It comprised of a three-story rectangular block with a four storey round tower which remains almost complete to-day.

The wife of a past lord so greatly displeased her husband that she was walled up alive in part of the Castle wall. Nothing is recorded of her crime, yet it is said that she was blessed by a priest, given food and water then walled up forever.

When a portion of the walls fell down in the middle of the 19th century, human bones wee discovered giving credence to the story.

A visit to the castle and Strathaven’s country tea rooms afterwards is a must!

strathaven castle

mandd

Scotlands Theme Park

Only a 15-minute journey from West Laighnetherfield M & D’s is now recognised as Scotland’s unique theme park.

M & D’s indoors is open all year round, with a glow in the dark bowling, a massive indoor complex including a gigantic soft play area, bars restaurants and lots of seasonal events.

You can also discover AMAZONIA Scotlands only indoor tropical rainforest packed with exotic animals, birds and creepy crawlies. It’s out of this world.

Trout, Sea Trout & Salmon Fishing

The little river Avon is a 5-minute walk from West Laighnetherfield and can provide excellent fishing with recorded catches of 290 in the 2008 season.

The upper section is primarily brown trout with a good fishing from March but with the chance of sea trout or even salmon later in the year.

fishing strathaven

steayban strathaven

Great Resturants

This family run business is only a 5-minute drive away and they have created a homely ambience within a country setting that allows you to enjoy great food and company in comfort.

Our guests rate the Steayban as excellent.

Falls of Clyde & New Lanark

Fantastic short walk along the Clyde from the World Heritage Site of New Lanark, passing waterfalls and a peregrine falcon watching area before the inland return route takes you through fields and woodland. The walk can be extended by following a waymarked additional route on the far side of the river.

falls of clyde

bothwell castle

Bothwell Castle

Explore a castle hotly fought over during the Wars of Independence with England. Bothwell Castle, built on a grand scale in the late 1200s, frequently passed back and forth between English and Scottish hands.

Such hostility, in particular, Edward I’s great siege of 1301 – meant the castle was never completed to its original plan. Yet, with its imposing donjon, it’s one of Scotland’s most impressive medieval strongholds standing today.

James Hamilton Heritage Park

James Hamilton Heritage Park covers 32 acres in East Kilbride and includes a 16-acre loch with a water sports centre.

James Hamilton Heritage Park is a 4 Star Visit Scotland accredited activity centre. The park features a 16acre loch which provides beautiful and tranquil surroundings for our exciting range of water sports, from canoeing to windsurfing. The distance around the loch perimeter path is 1.2 kilometres (3/4 of a mile).

james hamilton

chatelherault

Chatelherault

Chatelherault Country Park is a Five Star Visitor Attraction that was once described as a ‘Jewel in the Landscape’. Built in 1732 as a Hunting Lodge and Summer House for the Dukes of Hamilton.

The restored buildings now house a Visitor Centre; the West Lodge comprising of the Banqueting Hall and Duke and Duchess Apartments; Exhibition Gallery and Displays; Gift Shop and Café. Outside, visitors can explore 10 miles of walks along the scenic River Avon and through ancient woodland.

Clyde Valley National Tourist Route

This 42-mile long driving route follows the River Clyde towards Lanark, passing through villages and picturesque countryside.

Attractions on the route include the World Heritage Site of New Lanark, a model industrial community founded in the 18th century. Also worth stopping at is the magnificently restored former hunting lodge of Chatelherault, near Hamilton, and the David Livingstone Centre at Blantyre. There are also the very scenic Falls of Clyde.

clyde valley

driving routes

Scotland Driving Routes & Road Trips

Scotland’s 12 National Tourist Routes will take you through some of the country’s most awe-inspiring landscapes, and you’ll find plenty of fantastic attractions and charming towns and villages to visit along the way.

Each route varies in length and offers a scenic alternative to Scotland’s main trunk roads and motorways. They’re easy to follow and well signposted – simply look out for the distinctive brown and white signs.

Don’t forget… all these routes can also be done in reverse!

Here are lots of other things to do nearby:

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