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Dochgarroch Cottage gives you the best of all worlds – a peaceful little hamlet overlooking the canal, a minute’s drive to the main road for Inverness and Loch Ness, and a perfect jumping off point for the north of Scotland. The cottage itself sits in its own little garden and fronts on to the water – you can pass the summer days enjoying the scene and activity of boats moving through.
Tomnahurich Bridge House - Inverness | N893Inverness Area, Inverness And Loch Ness, Central Highlands
Just a mile from Inverness, this lovely old house looks down on the Caledonian Canal and all the activity of this beautiful spot. Tomnahurich is a place of ancient fables of fairies and these days is the starting point for Jacobite cruises to Loch Ness – a fantastic day to enjoy the scenery and monster spot!
Telford House East - Banavie, Fort William | N890Fort William And Glencoe, Fort William And Lochaber, Central Highlands
Save 15% - Last minute offer for March 2014. Book a short break or full week (full week can start on any day) to enjoy this discount. To book call our sales team 01738 451 610
This striking house sits looking over the Caledonian canal and, in the distance the spectacular Ben Nevis. Ideally located in the heart of one of Scotland’s centres of adventure activities, Telford House is a delightful spot to return to after a day out. If you are too weary to cook you can walk to the nearby hotel for meals, or have a BBQ in the garden looking across the canal.
Sandray Cottage is a former lock keepers cottage – situated right on the Caledonian Canal in the Great Glen of Scotland. Kytra lock must be one of the prettiest of Locks. Hidden up a track along with 2 other equally delightful holiday cottages, this is a perfect jumping off point for the Highlands and west coast and yet it feels so relaxing to be surrounded by such beautiful landscapes where the main sound is the water or the breeze in the trees. The cottage is semi-detached and sits on the far side of the lock so you have an unusual path that crosses the footbridge to get there.
This country house, build in 1904, has all the elegance and charm associated with the Edwardian era and still retains many of the original features including wonderful pitch pine panelling and original fireplaces - it really is like stepping back in time. Complimentary hamper of local produce and some basic groceries provided for arrival.