The Bank House is a bright, stone-built cottage set in the heart of Ballater in the Scottish Highlands.
The property comes in the Cairngorms National Park, making it a haven for walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts of-the-like.
Step into the cottage and be greeted by the fresh, newly refurbished ground floor with the modern flooring and white features creating a homely environment for you to enjoy when you're not out exploring.
The kitchen/diner is immaculately finished with ample dining furniture and all of the equipment you will need during your visit.
Sit and relax in the spacious sitting room with its comfortable seating and TV.
Head on upstairs to your cosy bedrooms which boast storage for your clothes and essentials along with pleasant views across the charming village of Ballater.
It's well-stocked with a range of shops and restaurants and has a golf course, it is a delightful base for finding what this area has to offer.
From here you can try your hand at a number of activities including the famous Castle Trail and the Malt Whisky Trail nearby.
The scenic Cairngorms are all around you with its stunning scenery and range of cycling and walking paths.
The majestic port city of Aberdeen is accessible by car with its incredible architecture and series of attractions.
The Bank House is a pleasantly finished cottage in a great location.
About the location
Braemar 17 miles; Grantown-on-Spey 38.5 miles; Aberdeen 40 miles.
Situated on the banks of the River Dee, the delightful village of Ballater is a centre for tourism and has much to offer visitors to the area, particularly because of its location in the Cairngorms National Park and its close proximity to Balmoral Castle. This attractive village has a lovely neat village green, specialist shops, charming tea rooms and superior granite cottages, all adding to its genteel ambience. The River Dee flows through Ballater and is well renowned for its salmon fishing during the fishing season. Royal Deeside is so-called because of its connection to the Royal Family, who have frequently visited the town since the time of Queen Victoria. There is excellent walking all around the area, as well as outdoor activities such as cycling, golf, skiing or wildlife excursions. The popular centres of Grantown-on-Spey and Aviemore are within easy reach, as is the city of Aberdeen.