Enjoying an enviable position between Inverness, Loch Ness and the Cairngorms, this attractively renovated property offers fantastic accommodation for a large group seeking a spacious holiday retreat.
Once a chapel, this exquisite home near Loch Ness in Inverness has all the high-class trappings for a fairy-tale escape, whatever the time of year and whatever the occasion. From balmy summers slipping through glass-like waters in your own private boat to winters curled up with mugs of creamy hot chocolate by one of the open fires, comfort, romance and glamour are in liberal abundance here. Gather up your loved ones and look forward to a holiday like no other; with space for up to 16 guests and four canine companions, everyone is invited to share moments to cherish forever surrounded by luxury.
Start your mornings with luxurious lie-ins in one of the en-suite bedrooms before making your way downstairs. Home to eight bedrooms, five of which are doubles and three of which are twins, everyone can enjoy a cosy, private sanctuary to enjoy soaks, suds and sleeps from breakfast ‘til bedtime. If you are not quite ready to start your day yet and want to cling onto dreamy half-sleep for a little while longer, curl up on the sofa in the drawing-room and relax as the open fire crackles merrily away. Lined with books and furnished with ornate antiques and comfortable seating, the library is also a sumptuous nook in which to while away the hours, whether you are thumbing through the pages of a novel or simply just ‘being’. When thoughts turn to food, this self-catering home pulls out all the stops with both a sleek, modern kitchen and kitchenette. Both fully-equipped with all the appliances, mod-cons and utensils you could need, the additional space means there is somewhere for everyone and is particularly handy for groups of friends and families with young children. To turn meals into more of a celebration, the formal dining room is warmed by another open fire and overlooked by regal portraits and painted beams, creating a bright, attractive space in which to wine and dine.
As well as the bounteous inside space, outside of the property the opportunities for pleasure and play are countless. Pull-on coats and shoes in the boot room and head outside to explore the grounds and paddle feet in the loch nearby, keeping an eye out for the famed Loch Ness Monster rippling the water’s surface at dusk! If the weather behaves, you can make the most of the private tennis court, go for an invigorating dip or hop on the boat for a spot of fishing – or all three! Later on, nothing will beat rounding off the day with a punchy sundowner, soaking in the mesmerising views and toasting to another day in holiday heaven.