Ideal for a romantic getaway or as an escape for a small party, this beautiful Highland home overlooks Loch Fleet and offers opportunities for walking, fishing and exploring the area.
A former granary owned by The Duke of Sutherland, this picturesque stone cottage sleeps four, and is a stylish home from home for a family or couples’ retreat. With a waterside position and views across Loch Fleet from many of the rooms, and only 5 miles from the largest grand house in the Northern Highlands, the property is a peaceful rural retreat without being too remote.
The interior of the cottage exudes classic country charm, with exposed beams in the lounge, an open fire, and a timeless elegance throughout the décor and soft furnishings. Enter the property after a day of exploration in the wild Scottish countryside and rid yourself of coats and boots. Spread out across a couple of adjoining rooms, the kitchen has everything you need to keep you well-fed and watered during your stay, including two fridges and a wine fridge. Serve dinner in the dining room, where the long table provides more than enough room for lavish meals, and afterwards spreading out maps and guidebooks as you plan for adventures to come. In the lounge, curl up with a dram or hot drink in front of the open fire, and choose a film. If you’re after a bit of peace, then retire with a book to the second sitting room. When you’re ready to rest your head, climb the stairs to the first floor and get cosy in one of the pretty bedrooms. The double even has its own en-suite, so you can enjoy a lazy soak before a good night’s sleep.
The garden has direct access to the Loch’s shoreline. There is garden furniture on the grass for al fresco dining with a stunning uninterrupted view across the water. The garden area is unfenced, so young children must be supervised at all times.
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.