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Biallid House

Newtonmore, The Highlands
Sleeps 14
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 5
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Period property with enclosed garden
  • Spacious living - great for groups
  • Countryside walks and hikes with your dogs from the doorstep
  • Salmon and trout fishing fees included
  • Traditional country pursuits and horse riding nearby
  • Village shops, pubs, train station 1 mile
Property code: CA038

Set in magnificent Scottish countryside, this period property is perfect for friends or family gatherings with spacious living for up to 14 guests

Set in the western reaches of the stunning Cairngorms National Park, this welcoming, extensive and secluded property offers comfortable accommodation for up to 14 guests. On the fringe of the picturesque Strathspey village of Newtonmore, the house dates back to the 15th century and makes a delightful base for a large family or a group of friends seeking a tranquil holiday retreat. The property is perfect for keen walkers, with plenty of opportunities for shooting and fishing. You will also have access to 1.5 miles of trout fishing on the banks of the River Calder and 2.5 miles of trout and salmon fishing on the River Spey.

Nestling in beautiful surroundings, this lovely house has been tastefully extended and sympathetically refurbished to provide warm and cosy family accommodation. The property features plenty of space to stretch out in, with two cosy drawing rooms – each with an open fire, plus an inviting dining area and a useful games room. The house also has seven delightful bedrooms, several of them with en-suite bathrooms making this a wonderful place to rest when exploring this beautiful area.

On stepping into this traditional, comfortable and relaxing property you will find the first of the two drawing rooms. The first drawing room features plenty of seating as well as a table with chairs and an open fire. Also with plenty of seating, an open fire and the addition of a TV, the second drawing room is a lovely space for you to sit back and unwind at the end of the day and plan the next day’s exploits. This room also features a light and attractive dining area which is perfect for sharing a formal meal or a quick snack. Exploring further, the ground floor also offers a games room with chess set. The spacious kitchen is fully equipped and a pleasure to cook in. There is also delightful double bedroom with its own bathroom, as well as 2 WCs, a boot and rod room, gun cabinet and drying room.

Going up to the first floor, which is divided into two separate wings, there are six simply furnished bedrooms perfect for a night of peace and comfort. There are two twin rooms, a triple room, two double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, and a single room which is ideal for use as a nursery. The first floor also has two additional bathrooms.

Outside you can explore the extensive gardens and enjoy miles of wonderful walks from the doorstep. A wonderful base for sporting enthusiasts, there are opportunities for fishing along the Calder and the Spey. Riding lessons can be arranged with a neighbouring riding school.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 7 bedrooms - 1 family room with triple beds, 3 doubles, 2 twins, 1 single
  • 5 bathrooms - 1 ground floor bathroom with WC, 4 first floor bathrooms with WCs
  • 2 seperate WCs
  • Aga with electric hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine
  • 2 open fires - logs included
  • Electric and heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Radio, TV, DVD player
  • Enclosed private garden
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Gun cabinet available
  • Daily housekeeping and a cook can be arranged separately at an extra charge
  • Ample off-road parking available
  • Shops, pubs, train station and village facilities within 1 mile

A wonderful base for exploring the Cairngorms National Park, there are plenty of activities to try in the vicinity including mountain biking, pony trekking, horse riding, angling, photography, archery, gliding, shooting and canoeing. The delightful village of Newtonmore is just a mile away and is home to several great restaurants and pubs as well as a golf course, the Clan MacPherson Museum and the Highland Folk Museum. Nature-lovers can explore the popular Royal Zoolgical Society of Scotland's Highland Wildlife Park (9 miles), Loch Insh (10.5 miles) and the Invereshie and Inshriach National Nature Reserve (14 miles). Keen birdwatchers can head to RSPB Insh Marshes (5.5 miles) which covers 10 square kilometres of the floodplain near Kingussie, and which is home to curlews, lapwings, redshanks, snipes and whooper swans. Other attractions include the remains of Ruthven Barracks (5 miles), the Speyside Distillery (6.5 miles) and the School of Mountain Biking (6 miles). The nearby town of Kingussie (4 miles) offers a variety of great restaurants, pubs, shops and art galleries, and is the home of the 18-hole Kingussie Golf Club (4.5 miles), which rises a thousand feet above sea level and offers extraordinary views over the Cairngorms National Park.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mr Leach May 2018

The house is great for a family gathering. We had 14 staying .It has plenty space if you want to be on your own, or space where you can all sit around and play games. Kitchen a good size with plenty of pots pans etc. Bedrooms are clean and decent size but there is only two showers. The place is rather tired ,paint falling off walls , windows wont oRead morepen,cracked plates in kithchen but it certainly is a place where you can feel relaxed and not be frightened about where you sit or where the dogs go. The view outside from the front is gorgeous. Great gardens(which needed a lawnmower). It was just a pity that you have no garden furniture to sit on. At the back of the house there are several other small cottages all occupied. You have a stables next door which is great for the kids to watch and unfortunately also a repair garage which means cars are coming and going all the time plus a bit of noise . You can walk from the house into town in 10 minutes and most attractions are only 30 minutes away by car. There are walks of varying difficulty from the house and fishing is available on the Spey which is 15 minutes walk. We were blessed with the weather and did not spend much time inside or had need to have heating on. If you are not bothered about luxuries and want a place to chill and have a good time ,try it. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Kansara May 2018

Enjoyed our holiday. Was the best location in the middle of Scotland highlands. There was coop nearby and fuel station. Lockness was just 1 hour drive. Ideal cottage for relaxing and exploring Scotland. Would love to go back.

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