About Towerview

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Originally created as stables and coach houses for the 19th Century Kinfauns Castle, these traditional, stone built B listed buildings in an attractive courtyard setting has an idyllic and exceptional accommodation restored to compliment this glorious environment with very careful thought given towards guests luxury and enjoyment.  This unique coach house/clock tower development has been completely re-furbished to a traditional design from the exterior but offer guests a standard of interior accommodation finished to the highest standards including fully fitted kitchens and Bathrooms, central heating, Satellite Wi-Fi internet access, Flat Screen TV’s with Free sat channels, and DVD’s, this is a perfect get-away-from-it all location to suit everyone including the dog. 

Accessibility Access has been given in coach houses 4 and 5 designed with lowered Kitchen work tops and appliances. A disabled ensuite has been installed with a walk in shower and Parking right at the front door for easy access.

Set in 150acres of hillside, the land around the Towerview coach houses includes the historic coronation road which once carried kings to and from nearby Scone Palace.

With easy walking distance are the criss-cross pathways of Corsiehill, Deuchy woods

And kinnoull Hill itself, which was donated to the people of Perth in 1924 by Lord Dewar, a name closely associated with the city’s whisky legacy. Virtually on the door step is the woodland walk up to the Victoria Folly where guest scan take in one of the most scenic views within Perthshire. The area is perfect for family picnics and a dog’s heaven.

Onsite is The Kinfauns R.D.A stables which hosts an all purpose indoor riding arena,  At an additional cost guests can book lessons or for the more experience riders go on a hack through the beauty of the Kinnoull woodlands.

Perth is renowned for the quality of her restaurants, theatre, Concert Hall, specialist shops, history, Race Course, and scenic setting of the banks of the celebrated Salmon River, The Tay.