Strathpeffer 1.5 miles.
This lovely detached home is stone-built and has been renovated into a modern property with the presence of its traditional past.
With three bedrooms and the capacity to sleep five, this home is ideal for a family or group of friends looking to escape to the Scottish countryside.
If you're a dog owner, it’s worth noting that this property is pet-friendly, so there's no need to leave them out of this holiday!
After travelling down the private driveway and being surrounded by the beautiful Scottish landscape, you will be welcomed by the two-storey house, which is very easy on the eye.
Stepping on inside and through the porch, to the left you have a kitchen fitted with all the essential equipment to help you rustle up your favourite dishes for everyone.
Staying with the ground floor, you will discover a dining area fit with a Victorian feature fireplace and following on you'll find the living room with a woodburning stove, to ensure your time spent together is warm and cosy.
Patio doors open out into the enclosed garden area, where you can find seating and views of the country for you to take in.
Going upstairs to the large landing, three bedrooms can be located, including the spacious master bedroom with wardrobe space, a second spacious room with zip/link beds, and finally a single room.
For walkers and cyclists, the area is rich in pathways and cycle tracks, and dog walkers will love the abundance of the countryside.
The pretty spa village of Strathpeffer is close by and well worth a visit, especially in the summer months when the local pipe band often offers traditional entertainment.
The capital of the Highlands, Inverness is just a short drive away and here you can shop until you drop or drive around the edge of Loch Ness, for a bit of monster hunting.
A real home away from home to help make your time in the highlands a memorable holiday.
The Dower House is on the Castle Leod, Cromartie Estate, and is the home of the Mackenzie Clan Chief.
Castle Leod is well known to fans of the Outlander TV series as Castle Leoch.
The Dower House is also handy for the annual ‘Strath Puffer ‘cycle race in January and the famous ‘Snowman Car Rally’ held in February.
Castle Leod is open to the public 25 days in the summer and private tours and weddings throughout the year by arrangement.
Castle Leod is otherwise still a private family home.