Be immersed in the wild rugged mountains and countryside of this splendid Highland estate with generous grounds and interiors for an invigorating family or group holiday.
Set in a stunning remote location, this deceptively spacious stone cottage makes an unforgettable holiday retreat for a family or small group seeking a tranquil Highland retreat. With ample space for nine guests, this stylish, traditional and welcoming house is a perfect getaway. The estate has attentive and knowledgeable staff who can arrange wildlife viewing trips both on the estate and in the surrounding sea lochs and islands if conditions permit. Picnics can also be arranged in spectacular secluded locations. Two hours of daily housekeeping are also available by arrangement.
The large but cosy lounge makes a lovely space to relax and chat, with plenty of delightful features including an attractive fireplace and large windows looking out over the garden and toward the hills and Loch More. The lovely dining room is perfect for enjoying any meal, which you can prepare in the stylishly designed and fully-equipped kitchen. There are several more public rooms to explore, including two light-filled sunrooms and a study. The five warm and comfortable bedrooms are beautifully furnished, with crisp linen and glorious views from the windows. The only sounds are the burn bubbling through the garden and the animals which inhabit the estate.
On entering this lovely property you will find the attractive and spacious lounge. With plenty of seating and a range of antiques, this is a wonderful space to unwind in at the end of a great day. You can also relax in the two sunrooms which have views out over the garden. The light and inviting dining room is ideal whether you’re enjoying an informal meal or marking a special occasion. You can grab a snack or breakfast around the breakfast table in the fully-equipped kitchen, which features a walk-in chill room. The ground floor also offers a delightful study/library if you want to catch up with some work or enjoy a good book in peace. Other ground-floor features include a pantry, two utility rooms and two WCs.
Going upstairs to the first floor, there are five cosy bedrooms to choose from. A double room to the rear of the house has its own shower room. To the front of the house, with views out over the loch, is a zip-and-link room which can be made up as a double or a twin. There is also a single room at the front of the house. In the middle there are two further bedrooms – a twin and another zip-and-link double/twin.
The delightfully maintained garden is enchanting, with a burn running through it. In the autumn, salmon spawn within metres of the drawing room windows. An attractive three-bedroom annexe – with a lounge, a double bedroom, two single rooms and a bathroom – is also available.
Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.