Cannich 2 miles.
A restful one-floored, semi-detached cottage, next to the owners' home, two miles from Cannich.
Set in the secluded Scottish Highlands, Affric View overlooks the stunning hills and valleys of the area, perfect for a chilled, romantic weekend away.
The tight-knit cottage has everything right where you need it with its open plan living area, welcoming with big comfortable sofas to relax on whilst watching Sky TV with the breathtaking backdrop you can see through the large French patio doors.
The kitchen is well-equipped with plenty of room to rustle up a home-cooked meal after an exquisite walk through the incredible surrounding area.
The bathroom is spacious with plenty of storage for your bath bombs and bubble bath, ready for a calming soak after a long day taking in the scenery.
Adjacent to the bathroom is the cosy, warming twin bedroom.
Take a step outside the French doors to reveal a patio area along with the lawn that sits beyond it, an ideal spot to sit with a glass of wine watching the sunset.
The popular attraction of Glen Affric is just a short walk away, a Nature Reserve surrounded by well-known trout fishing spots.
The local essentials such as the pub, shop and restaurant are just a 2 miles away, which is more of a reward than a task due to the incredible views that this place has to offer.
A cosy, warming cottage in a tranquil area of the Scottish Highlands.
All ground floor. One twin bedroom. Bathroom with bath, WC and basin. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed. Shared external utility.
About the location
Drumnadrochit 12 miles; Beauly 17 miles; Inverness 25 miles.
Cannich is a pretty and friendly Highland village that provides easy and direct access into the beautiful Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, and is a perfect location for walking, cycling, fishing and touring the area, there's also a golf course within 5 miles and pony trekking available nearby. The village offers good local services including a grocery shop/Post Office and a pub serving food, and close by the villages of Drumnadrochit and Beauly provide enhanced services. Glen Affric is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and has the largest area of Caledonian pine forest in Britain. Loch Ness and its famous monster are a short drive away and the vibrant city of Inverness is well worth a visit. Cannich is an ideal base for experiencing the breathtaking beauty of Glen Affric, Glen Cannich and Glen Strathfarrah.