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Strathconon House

Muir of Ord, The Highlands
Sleeps 14
Bedrooms 8
Bathrooms 5
Change Sun
Dogs welcome 1
5 star
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Family friendly
Towels included
6 more

At a glance

  • Superb country house built in 1985
  • Exquisite views from every room
  • Beautiful intricate features such as ceiling roses and fireplaces
  • Observatory with telescope for stargazing
  • Bustling Inverness only 31.5 miles away
  • Play golf or enjoy a spa day at a nearby town
Property code: CA313

This wonderful property in stunning surroundings offers truly unique holiday accommodation perfect for a family or friends'' reunion, located within a beautiful estate next to the River Conon.

Built in 1985, this light and inviting property offers a mix of modern living standards with the grace and elegance of days gone by. With ample space for up to 19 guests the house makes an ideal location for a group reunion or family celebration. Nestling deep in the unspoiled tree-lined Strathconon glen this peaceful property offers tranquillity in stunning surroundings. Set on an extensive estate, there are wonderful walks to enjoy right from the doorstep. You can amble along the riverside, explore the beautiful woodlands and forests, or climb hills to reach breathtaking views - you may even get the chance to spot eagles, ospreys, pine martens or red deer.

The house features several light, charming and spacious public rooms including a drawing room, dining room and billiards room, which make this a wonderful property to relax in. The rooms feature a wealth of delightful details and features including ornate ceilings, impressive fireplaces with open fires, several examples of taxidermy, elegant arches and large windows, allowing the light to flood in and offering splendid views.

On entering the property you will find the impressive but welcoming drawing room. With an open fire, ornate ceiling, large windows with beautiful views, and a choice of comfortable seating, this light, elegant and spacious room is an ideal space for relaxing in at the end of a lovely day. The magnificent formal dining room is perfect for enjoying a special celebratory meal, and features an open fire, large dining table, wooden floor and ornate ceiling. For more informal meals and breakfasts, there’s a charming breakfast room with seating for five. The stylish kitchen offers a wide range of equipment and utensils and is a pleasure to cook in. Exploring the ground floor further you will also find a snug TV room, an observatory with a telescope, a games room with billiards table, and a useful study with an open fire and log fire. Please note the estate office is situated next to the billiard room – staff have access from the back door.

Heading up to the first floor, you will find eight light, spacious and attractive bedrooms, with the master bedroom featuring a turreted en-suite bathroom. There are also three double rooms – two with en-suite bathrooms, three single rooms and a twin. This floor also features a couple of additional bathrooms so there’s no queuing in the mornings.

Going outside you can explore the beautiful surrounding grounds. Here you can sit back and enjoy al fresco drinks and meals, or take a pleasant stroll around the pretty flower beds, fruit and vegetable garden and delightful lily pond.

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

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 8 bedrooms - 4 doubles, 3 singles, 1 twin
  • 5 bathrooms - 1 en-suite with large bath, 2 en-suite with shower over bath and WCs, 2 bathrooms
  • Large gas oven and hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Laundry/utility room
  • Billiard room with billiard table and seating
  • Open fires and woodburner
  • TV and radio
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed garden with garden furniture and pretty grounds with flower beds
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Shop 12 miles
  • Please note the Estate Office is situated within the house to the rear next to the Billiard Room - staff have access from the back door
  • Housekeeping and cooking can be arranged by prior arrangement at an additional charge
  • Pond and river within the grounds of the property - children must be supervised at all times

Set in a wonderful secluded location, this is a fabulous property for guests looking to enjoy quiet walks in stunning countryside. Anglers can head to Tarvie Lochs Fishery (14 miles), and golfers have a choice of several courses including the Muir of Ord Golf Course (17 miles) and Brahan Golf Club (16.5 miles). Other nearby attractions include the RSPB Tollie Red Kites Nature Reserve (17.5 miles), Glen Ord Distillery (16 miles) and Beauly Priory (19 miles). You can also head into the historic market town of Dingwall (19 miles). This picturesque town lies at the head of the spectacular Cromarty Firth and is home to Pefferside Park, Dingwall Castle Doocot and a range of great independent shops, pubs and restaurants. A little further afield is the popular city of Inverness (31 miles) which is known as the Capital of the Highlands and offers a fantastic range of great pubs, independent shops, restaurants, cafes and art galleries. The city has plenty of attractions including Inverness Castle, St Andrew's Cathedral, the Eden Court Theatre and Cinema, the Hall of Names and three major golf courses. From Inverness you can also take boat trips out into Moray Firth in search of dolphins, or head a little further south to explore Loch Ness (39 miles).

This property is personally managed by Carol.


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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