4.8★ Sykes rating 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets Yes Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews location (5) lovely (4) cottage (4) clean (3) fields (3) equipped (3) 6 Customer Reviews "This is a well maintained and equipped property in a very quiet location with views of sheep and horses in the adjoining fields." The heating was programmed to come on a few times each day which made it warm and cosy. I judge a property by the comfort of the beds and these were exceptional with luxurious bedding and towels. There is plenty of storage space for clothes in both bedrooms. I think a mirror in each bedroom would be an asset as the only one in the property is in the bathroom. The kitchen is well equipped with crockery and cutlery. I'm used to cooking by gas and because there weren't any instructions I couldn't figure out how to use the oven and grill but one quick phone call resulted in the owner coming round and explaining it to me. He also fixed the washing line which had snapped. There's a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge with 3 drawer freezer. The shower is large and powerful. It seemed strange to have bare floors everywhere, even on the stairs, and the noise it created took some getting used to but I understand that the property can be kept clean far easier without the presence of carpets. All in all we had a wonderful time in the Scottish Highlands and it was always lovely to return to this cottage. Reviewed by Chris5.0★Sep 2023 "Nous avons passé un agréable séjour dans ce cottage." Il est spacieux, confortable et propre. Il est également bien situé, à moins d'une heure de plusieurs sites ( Loch Ness, plusieurs châteaux, Fort de Saint Georges, Culloden, Chanonry point ( pour voir les dauphins)...) Reviewed by Aurélie4.1★Jul 2023 "Beautiful cottage in an idyllic location." Very well equipped and spotlessly clean, large garden is an added bonus. Owners are extremely helpful and responded instantly to a query. One Wester is in a great location for visiting many interesting places in the Highlands and it was amazing to see red kites directly from the house and garden. Reviewed by Joan5.0★Jun 2023 "Great stay." Really good wee house that was warm and comfortable and very spacious for a 2 bedroom. Location could not have been better, close to mountains and good walking nearby and lots to do in the area. We spotted some deer in the fields surrounding the house and there were Red Kites overhead!! It was a lovely week. Thank you. Reviewed by Allan5.0★Mar 2023 "Absolutely lovely cottage." Very clean and warm. The location was fabulous, surrounded by fields with views of the mountains the cottage is located on the North Coast 500 route which made it a superb base for exploring. We had some really super days out there is so much to do. We will be back! Reviewed by Susan5.0★Feb 2023 "Lovely and immaculate property in a great location for exploring the highlands." Perfect for a family of four and two dogs! Very well equipped apart from no corkscrew (we managed with screw top bottles Reviewed by Richard5.0★Oct 2022 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting room Oil central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine, dishwasher Smart TV with Netflix, Prime and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 2 cars Rear enclosed garden with lawn, furniture and barbecue Two well-behaved pets welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop 2.3 miles, pub 9.4 miles Note: Please ensure pets are kept downstairs Note: EV cars cannot be charged on site - nearest available point is about 6 miles away Note: Whilst dogs are welcome they must stay in the kitchen area only The property Dingwall 7 miles. Situated in Wester Urray near Muir of Ord, Scotland, is this lovely semi-detached house, Wester. Ideally located for exploring the Highlands and surrounding towns and villages, Wester is a superb pet-friendly choice for couples or a family of four. Upon arrival, you will find off-road parking for two cars, as well as a large rear enclosed garden with dining furniture and barbecue, perfect for dining alfresco whilst your canine companions safely play. Within the property, you will find a well-equipped kitchen/diner for rustling up tasty dishes, and a sitting room with plush sofas and a Smart TV with Netflix and Prime, perfect for relaxing movie nights with loved ones. Completing the ground floor is a handy cloakroom for your convenience. Continue up to the first floor, where a well-appointed shower room and two beautifully decorated bedrooms, a king-size and a twin, await. Your local amenities can be found in Dingwall, where you can dine at The Mallard, stock-up on essentials at the supermarket, picnic in Pefferside Park, and tour Dingwall Museum. Continue on to Strathpeffer, home to the excellent Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club, the Highland Museum of Childhood, Strathpeffer Pump Room and the nearby wildlife rich RSPB Tollie Red Kites. Next stop is the bustling city of Inverness, where you can visit the magnificent 19th-century Inverness Cathedral, embark on a boat trip to spot the dolphins which frequent the shores, leisurely strolls through the Merkinch Local Nature Reserve, the indoor Victorian Market, and the 18th-century Old High Church. Further afield, you’ll find the stunning viewpoint of Chanonry Point, home to a historic lighthouse and great for catching glimpses of dolphins and grey seals. Your adventure to Scotland begins at Wester. Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1105694, together sleeping up to 8 guests. EPC Rating: Band A EPC Rating: Band B Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150. View on map About the location DINGWALL Strathpeffer 5 miles; Inverness 14 miles; Chanory Point 17 miles. The attractive market town of Dingwall is situated at the head of the Cromarty Firth and has a rich history dating back to Norse times. The town today enjoys an excellent range of services and facilities, and its pedestrianised main street boasts a generous range of speciality cafes and charming small shops. Why not follow the Dingwall Heritage Trail, a walk that will take only 1 1/2 hours but will provide a wonderful insight into the history of this area? Close to Dingwall is the Victorian spa town of Strathpeffer, which is well worth a visit, or perhaps take a short drive to Chanonry Point where the Moray Firth Dolphins are quite often seen jumping close to shore. There is also the option of seeing red kites at the RSPB Tollie red kites natural reserve, as well as a close proximity to Inverness that allows day trips to Inverness Castle, trampoline park, Inverness Botanic gardens and the many shops on offer.