About this home
Spend your vacation in this beautiful 2 bedroom holiday home in Tillyfourie, Aberdeenshire amidst natural surroundings and lush-greenery all-around.
Station House was historically a rural Railway Station serving the now disused Great North of Scotland Railway line. Tillyfourie Station was opened in 1860 and the branch closed to regular traffic on 2 January 1950. It can house up to 4 guests easily with children and the home features a living room with a TV, decorative fireplace and open plan dining area.
Tillyfourie is a small hamlet situated on the A944 some 32km West of Aberdeen City. A wide range of restaurants can be reached within 10 km radius offering tasty regional delicacies and drinks worth relishing. The village of Alford is 8 km away where you can stock up your kitchen essentials and other items for the stay from the supermarket, access other shops and pharmacy.
The home is ideally located for a wide range of leisure pursuits such as Walking, Cycling, Fishing, Museums, Whisky Trail and Castle Trail. Step back in time through the last millennium of our country's heritage and experience Scottish Castles at their best on Scotland's only Castle Trail and experience a selection of thirteen of the world's most unique castles ranging from the fairy tale magic of Craigievar Castle, to the rugged splendour of Kildrummy Castle ruins, to the elegant timelessness of the country house grandeur of Leith Hall. Take a trip to Castle Fraser admiring the beauty of this old 18th-century place, an 11-minute drive away. Explore the local area and countryside including The Maiden Stone at Bennachie. Aberdeenshire is matchless in the richness of its castle tradition and Scotland's Castle Trail brings together some of the most splendid examples of castellated architecture on a clearly sign-posted tourist driving trail. An alternative is the Whiskey Trail, nature provides the ingredients for Aberdeenshire’s “water of life” and whether it’s the toasted barley from the fertile farmlands, the ice-clear mountain water from burns and springs, the smoky peats and heather honey from heath and moors, or simply the sparkling fresh air – the whisky distilleries are busy bottling the essence of this beautiful place.
In your free time, relax in the living room watching your favourite TV show or enjoy a quiet night in with the roaring open fire and a home-cooked meal in the well-equipped kitchen.
Aberdeen Airport lies 27.9 km away.