Forth House Aberfoyle

The Victorian owners of Forth House used the hayloft as storage for feed for the horses stabled below. These horses were needed to pull the family's carriages. A recent imaginative conversion means that The Hayloft now provides modern, comfortable, cosy, self-contained, holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests.

 

The living space

 

The Hayloft Dining/Kitchen area The Hayloft Living area

The Living Room with views to the garden, has a comfortable sofa and chairs. The TV (FreeSat) and DVD, Hifi and CD player, books and maps, and some games will help you enjoy your stay. The Kitchen cum dining area is fully equipped with ample appliances, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. Sorry no dishwasher ..... bring your own human dishwasher!

The sleeping space

 

Main Bedroomsecond bedroom with bunkbeds

The double bedroom has an extra length bed. Bedside tables with drawers and a built in wardrobe with shelves provide ample storage space. The second bedroom has bunk beds but the lower bunk is a double bed, and a shelved wardrobe.

 

The open space

 

hayloft entrancerelax on the patio at The HayloftFrench doors open onto a patio and secluded garden with an ancient woodland beyond. This woodland is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is home to a rich variety of animals and plants. Guests have been excited to see red squirrel, pine martin and deer, and birds such as woodpeckers, jays, many varieties of tits, including long tailed tits, and finches, robins and wrens are regular visitors to the feeders and the garden. Buzzards and peregrine may be seen overhead.