Welcome to Cloag Farm Cottages, offering quality self-catering accommodation in the heart of Perthshire…
Cloag Farm Cottages are three comfortable family-run self-catering properties with stunning views over Strathearn, which offer the chance to enjoy the peace and quiet of the spectacular Perthshire countryside.
Bookings are made with us direct with no booking fees or card charges.
Located between Perth and Crieff, Cloag Farm looks out over Methven village and is an ideal base for exploring Perthshire. The cottages are a real home from home, well equipped and with modern furnishings. Free Wi-Fi is provided, and the village with its amenities is within walking distance.
Perthshire is full of things to see and do and has a rich legacy of castles, churches, battlefields and historic sites. Craft industries abound, making everything from whisky, to glass paperweights, which can all be visited and sampled. It is also a wonderful place for hill walking, whether you are a beginner or a real stalwart. Golfers will appreciate the many golf courses within Perthshire itself with their modest green fees. There is an exciting range of outdoor active things to do, like white-water rafting, quad biking or even bungee jumping for the bravest.
Looking further afield, day trips to Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, Loch Ness and Glencoe are popular with all our visitors, many of whom return to visit us again.
We look forward to welcoming you to Cloag Farm.
A delightful cottage – everything we could ask for. We had a lovely holiday away from city lights and don’t want to go home! We have been in a lot of Scottish Cottages and this may be the best yet. Jim, Loretta and family, from Edinburgh January 2017 We have had a wonderful time in this fabulous cosy and comfy cottage. It is a gorgeous part of Scotland – the views were different every day. Mark, Lorene and the dogs, from Durham October 2016 Had a lovely stay in this nice cottage which felt like a home from home. We saw red squirrels at the back and enjoyed seeing the farm hens. Kevin, Julie and family, from Shetland April 2016 This is a long way from Mexico but worth every thousand miles to get here. Noel and Raewyn from Mexico May 2017