This charming and homely mid terraced ground floor cottage is desirably located near the shores of the famous Loch Ness in the stunning Scottish Highlands.
Ideal as a retreat for couples the addition of the large sofa bed in the sitting room does allow for two extra guests if so required.
The cosy accommodation has a very well equipped cottage style kitchen with dining area and everything is here to allow visitors to prepare meals with ease.
The sitting room with its welcoming open fire is a perfect place for relaxing in and on the warmer days guest will enjoy sitting in the quiet garden at the front of the cottage.
For outdoor enthusiast there are stunning walking routes close by and cyclist will enjoy not only the forest tracks but the quiet single track road that follows the shoreline of the Loch.
The area is of course rich in wildlife and whilst you may not see Nessie you will enjoy a trip to the Ruthven RSPB reserve just 20 minutes away.
The capital city of the Highlands, Inverness is just a short drive and offers visitors an excellent array of restaurants, shops and places to visit.
The Culloden Battlefield with its award winning exhibition centre is a must for visitors to the Highlands and from the battlefiled take a short drive down to visit the Clava Cairns, a bronze age prehistoric group of three burial cairns, and entry is free!
This wee cottage makes an ideal base for those who want to explore the unspoilt beauty of the Highlands and after a busy day it will be simply delightful to return to your wee residence!
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About the location
Fort Augustus 13 miles; Inverness 20miles.
Foyers is a pretty highland village situated on the quiet eastern banks of Loch Ness and is accessed via a scenic single track road from Inverness that runs along the side of this famous Loch passing through various small villages until you enter Foyers. The village itself boasts a village shop and Post Office along with a friendly cafe, two hotels with bars and restaurants and an award-winning cafe with shop. Foyers is perhaps most famous for its spectacular 140ft waterfall known as the Falls of Foyers where the River Foyers drops into a gorge leading into Loch Ness. In Victorian times the Falls were very popular and visitors arrived to see them by paddle steamer from Inverness. The road from Inverness into Foyers can be continued through the village and along this quieter side of the world famous Loch and eventually you will arrive in the bustling village of Fort Augustus which has an excellent butcher, nice shops, restaurants and the famous flight of lock gates, often busy with boats. The area is ideal for walkers, cyclist and wildlife spotters and of course the scenery is second to none.