Strathpeffer 3 miles.
A bright and comfortable detached cottage set in an idyllic location, overlooking beautiful Loch Achilty, in the stunning Scottish Highlands.
Privately situated and one of a small group of similar cottages, this Strathpeffer cottage is ideal for family or friends wishing to experience this tranquil location.
There are three lovely bedrooms, one on the ground floor beside the bathroom, while the first floor master bedroom not only benefits from an en-suite shower room but also a Juliet balcony providing stunning views across the water.
The spacious sitting room in this Highland cottage offers the perfect place to relax and has French doors leading out to a private seating and barbecue area which faces the loch.
Completing the accommodation is a well-equipped kitchen with dining area.
Outside this Strathpeffer cottage is a neat lawned garden, ideal for quiet reading and relaxation and just a few steps away is the lakeside brimming with wildlife and perfect for fly fishing, which can be arranged with the owner.
The area is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast with mountain bike trails and well-defined hill walking pathways very close by.
Strathpeffer is just three miles away and is well worth a visit with its enchanting architecture.
This Highland cottage is in a perfect location for discovering the Isle of Skye to the west, or a short trip to the capital city of the Highlands, Inverness, along with Loch Ness to the east.
A stunning location and an idyllic Strathpeffer cottage.
Note: This cottage is located next to Refs. 904198 and 904200, together they sleep 14.
About the location
Inverness 20 miles.
Often compared to a Bavarian Mountain resort, the picturesque spa village of Strathpeffer owes its growth to the discovery of water springs during the 1700s, and was declared in 1819 to be the healthiest drinking water in Britain! The original Spa Pavilion has been magnificently restored after a period of disuse and now serves as a venue for a variety of events, including concerts, dances, dramas and exhibitions. The former Victorian railway station, which in times past brought many visitors from near and far, has now been beautifully restored to house craft workers and their shops, and is also home to the Highland Museum of Childhood. Visit the restored Pump house (also a Tourist Information point), take a walk along a forest track, or enjoy the views from the nearby pictish hill fort at Knockfarrel. Whatever you decide there's plenty on offer for all the family.