Stylish detached house with private hot tub and BBQ hut with seating area. Enjoying spectacular sea views towards Inverness, Kessock Bridge and the Black Isle, perfect for gatherings of friends and family.
This stunning detached house overlooking the Moray Firth near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands is the perfect property for friends or families to relax together in style. Lovingly refurbished with contemporary décor, the house is light and airy throughout with beautiful views of the Moray Firth across to Kessock Bridge and the Black Isle. With private access on to the beach, you’ll have front row seats to watch the resident seals playing and relaxing in their natural habitat. You may even be lucky enough to see the pod of bottlenose dolphins that have made this their home – it’s one of the best places in Europe to see these delightful creatures. Despite the tranquillity and feeling of isolation here, you are only 2 miles from the historic, estate village of Culloden and 3.5 miles from the Scottish Highlands’ capital, Inverness, which has all the benefits of a city, but with a more relaxed approach to life. After a busy day exploring, this property has the advantage of its own BBQ hut and an eco-friendly, wood-fired hot tub which offers the best place to watch the spectacular sunsets on a clear evening.
Situated on a large plot on the banks of the Inverness Firth, this property boasts plenty of space. Its beach-hut style exterior reflects the coastal location and instantly creates the sense of somewhere to relax and soak up the surroundings. On entering the property, you’ll find yourself in the large hallway that leads into the second lounge which has a double sofa-bed and TV. Also off the hallway is the stylish bathroom, complete with roll-top bath and separate shower. Next to this is the handy utility room, which is somewhere to store and wash wet weather gear. The large, bright, well-equipped kitchen/dining room has been beautifully designed and is completed by amazing views.
A few steps lead down to the main lounge which has a contemporary wood burner for those chilly, Scottish evenings and floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the panoramic sea views. French doors lead out to the garden.
Back through the hallway are the four bedrooms: two king-size, one double and one quirky bunk-bed room. All the bedrooms have their own style and have been finished to a high standard to create somewhere calm and relaxing to rest at the end of a busy day. The two king-size rooms have TVs and stylish en-suite shower rooms for an added sense of luxury.
Outside, tucked in the corner of the spacious lawn there is a stunning, circular BBQ hut and a wood-fired hot tub, making this property even more special. From here, you can also access the beach. Ample off-road parking is available.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.