Smithy cottage and forge are Grade 2. The forge is one of only two remaining in the UK in its original state. An oil painting of the internal by H.J..Dobson is in the US, a photocopy exists in the cottage. The cottage is very comfortable with an Aga cooker which is on throughout the year and provides a comfortable warmth. Underfloor heating is installed in the corridor leading from the kitchen to the bathroom, and in the bathroom itself.. The corridor houses a built in shower cubicle, and the pretty bathroom which is separate, has a jacuzzi bath for two. The Master bedroom downstairs has a queen size four poster bed and a door leading out into the garden. The kitchen has a lovely feel with grey units and traditional tile flooring. The sitting room has TV, DVD and CD together with Wifi, also a wood burning stove and night storage heating. The sitting room is traditionally furnished and has a large collection of books and children's games. Up stairs there are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and cloakroom style lavatory and basin and the other bedroom has twin beds.
The pretty garden sits in 6 acres of grounds, and because the cottage is south facing
provides an ideal place to sit outside and dine, whilst enjoying the spectacular views.. (table and chairs are provided). The village of Camserney provides some wonderful walks to the waterfalls and on to Loch farleyer. Close by is the small town of Aberfeldy which has many family attractions,, including a leisure centre, distillery, art deco cinema, archery, shopping and restaurants. Castle Menzies is next door and in the opposite direction is Fortingall where the yew tree in the churchyard is reputedly 3000 yrs old and where Pontius Pilate is said to have been born. Further on, is Glen Lyon , the boating and fishing village of Kenmore on the River Tay.. Camserney is about 90 minutes from Edinburgh and Glasgow airports and a central point of Scotland.- ideal for further exploration..