Choose to do your own thing. Run riot in the woods. Invite the extended family – and bring all the kit that goes with a holiday in the great outdoors. Oh, and bring Cluedo – just don’t let anybody near the candlesticks.
Scottish self-catering accommodation that gives you access to all things Crieff Hydro, plus plenty of space to yourself. And what about the kids? Just like our hotel guests, there are four hours of free childcare when you book with us direct.
Know exactly which roof you want over your head? Guarantee your favourite lodge, apartment or cabin with a £20 per night supplement when you book.
Lodges & apartments (sleeps 2-8)
A home away from home, with a few luxury touches…
Our lodges and apartments are dotted around our 900-acre estate – so you can be right at the heart of the action, or tucked away in a quiet bit of woodland. From an idyllic, two storey holiday lodge that’s ideal for a romantic break to an expansive home-away-from-home cottage sleeping up to eight – our lodges can cater for everyone and their dog.
- Sleeps two, Farmhouse West Cottage – more details…
- Sleeps four, two bedrooms – more details…
- Sleeps six, three bedrooms – more details…
- Sleeps eight, three bedrooms – more details…
Cozy Cabins (sleeps 4-5)
Think onesie-with-slipper-socks levels of cosiness…
Woodburner? Obviously. The décor is bang up to date too, with quirky touches and a fully equipped kitchen. There’s space for up to four people – or five, if you pick a Cozy Cabin Plus.
Twin bedroom and a double – or double, bunk bed and pull-out bed in a Cozy Cabin Plus
Lodges for larger groups (sleeps 9-16)
Room for the whole clan…
The run of a seriously spacious family home, in the grounds of Scotland’s best family hotel? Yep. Same high spec as our smaller holiday lodges but with space for up to 14 people, or 16 if you choose one of our interconnecting lodges.
Room for up to 14 people in all, with plenty of space for all your kit too. You can even split Netherleigh in two, to give the kids their own floor. Just don’t be surprised when you find a pillow fort upstairs.
Self Catering FAQs
- Can I bring the dog?
Of course you can! If you’re staying for a week, there’s a charge of £35 per dog. Or, if you’re staying less than a week, it’s £20 per dog and there’s a maximum of 2 dogs per unit. So, you’ll have to leave 99 of the Dalmatians at home.
- What time is check in / check out?
Check in is from 4pm on your day of arrival, although you’re welcome to arrive early and begin using the facilities from 10am. And check out is 10am on the day you leave. If you miss check out at 10am, there’s a charge of £30 per hour for each hour thereafter.
- Can I guarantee a specific unit?
You sure can, it’s an additional £20 per night to guarantee any of our self catering units.
- Is there parking?
Yep. All our self-catering units either have a dedicated parking space outside them or there’s parking available in a nearby car park.
- Where can I get the groceries?
Crieff doesn’t have any of the major supermarkets but there is a pretty large Co-op. Plus, you can always order online from the nearby Stirling or Perth supermarkets and get your shopping delivered which will save you sharing the car with ‘the big shop’! That said, if you are getting shopping delivered, you’ll need to make sure you’re there to receive it as we will not sign for anything.
- Are your units accessible?
Unfortunately not all of our units are fully accessible.
However, Abercairney Cottage has some of the best views of Crieff and it is fully accessible. Swoop through the open-plan living space to the outdoor deck for al-fresco breakfasting, or evening G&Ts. There’s acres of space in the master bedroom, with an en-suite accessible bathroom. We’ve also put a hoist in the bedroom and bathroom, to make life that little bit easier.
It’s always best to give our sales team a call on 01764655555 and they’ll talk you through the accessible options available.
- What's provided in the units?
Well, what’s provided varies slightly depending on the size and type of your unit but we like to provide most of the essentials – plates, cutlery, some cooking utensils, mugs, kettle, toaster, oven gloves, iron, ironing board and, of course, a bottle opener and wine glasses!