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2 Station Cottages

Dalwhinnie, Perthshire, Angus & Fife (Ref. 992584)

4.6

Very good

Sykes rating

Features

  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Sky TV Sky TV

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23 Customer Reviews

  • "Our only concern was the temperature of the lower level bedroom and the mattress ..."

    Our only concern was the temperature of the lower level bedroom and the mattress seemed a bit less comfortable but it won't stop us booking again

    Reviewed by AnneOct 2021

  • "Great property, good facilities and excellent location, will be back!"

    !!

    Reviewed by DavidOct 2021

  • "We had a fabulous week."

    For October the weather was great but on the days we got wet the cottage provided the perfect cosy comfy base to head home too. Location was perfect, just off the A9, which you couldn’t hear from inside the house, giving easy access to local towns & beauty spots and walks of course. . The views were amazing. We had my 6 month old lab with us and she had a ball too. Gail and Robert had thought of everything. The cottage was clean, comfy and cosy and the 3 of us plus puppy are already trying to co-ordinate dates for a return visit.

    Reviewed by JaneOct 2021

  • "Lovely cottage."

    Very comfortable and cosy.

    Reviewed by MarkOct 2021

  • "Very clean."

    Ideal location for hillwalking. Cannot hear a9 from the house at all Welcome basket and fresh flowers was lovely on arrival

    Reviewed by CarolineSep 2021

  • "This was our second visit so knew what to expect."

    Cottage had everything we needed except a small sharp knife. Didn't hear the A9 even though so close and the trains were part of the attraction but not really that many of them. Ideally situated in beautiful surroundings with excursions available in all directions. Very well equipped and comfortable, dog friendly, what more can you ask. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

    Reviewed by CarolynSep 2021

  • "I suppose it was my fault but I didn’t appreciate how close the cottage was to the road."

    The trains were quite fun but the road was noisy. The view was marred by the array of rubbish in the garden of the cottage in front. The sitting room was smaller than anticipated and felt cramped with the dining table in it. We had a power cut and I wasn’t sure if we could drink the water if the power was off but I couldn’t contact anyone as the mobile reception went down with the power cut. The bathroom was a bit of a squeeze to get round the door to the sink. Having said that the cottage was very clean, the water was delicious and the DVD collection was amazing. We had a good time.

    Reviewed by MaggieAug 2021

  • "Dramatic views across the glen."

    Very clean. Phone reception was good enough to stream a live football match (hotspot on phone to get internet on laptop and then HDMI from laptop to TV!). Saw deer, rabbits and a few species of bird around the cottage. Very quiet and peaceful despite main road and railway line nearby. Loch and smaller river pools on the other side of the tracks were fun.

    Reviewed by ArturoAug 2021

  • "This is our second visit to the cottage this year."

    It is an absolute gem nestled in the Cairngorms. The scenery is spectacular and the cottage is cosy and comfortable with safe gardens for our dog. I highly recommend this cottage.

    Reviewed by ClareJul 2021

  • "Great cottage, clean ,warm and cozy fully equipped great for the dogs fully fenced garden no WiFi but we were aware of this perfect location just off the A9 ."

    Sykes value for money as usual

    Reviewed by AndrewJun 2021

  • "Beautiful and cozy cottage, with amazing view of the mountains."

    The cottage had everything we needed, with good facilities. Great outdoor area with plenty of seating as well as garden space. A great place to go see many surrounding areas. Nearby there were loads of beautiful trails accessible by foot. Highly recommend staying here.

    Reviewed by AgnieszkaJun 2021

  • "The cottage and location were amazing."

    The only concern, if you can call it that is that we didn't have a contact number for the owners of the cottage while we where there and it wasn't available to us on our Sykes booking information either which could have been a problem if an issue arose. We will definitely return to the cottage, hopefully in the very near future

    Reviewed by AnneOct 2020

  • "The cottage is in a great location for a quiet relaxing getaway and has everything that you need for a comfortable stay."

    Reviewed by MatthewOct 2020

  • "The cottage was everything that it advertised and more and the position it was situated in was amazing, you could spend a we walking up there and never have to take the car out."

    Reviewed by TaniaSep 2020

  • "We were thrilled with the cottage,clean, warm, comfortable & welcoming."

    If you love space & remoteness as we do, this is a place you will love. Come prepared! Its a long way to the shops. If you are out & about in the car not difficult, but enjoyed no car just walking & the peace for 5 days. We will always remember the table in the window & enjoying the scenery with our meals.

    Reviewed by JudithSep 2020

  • "The cottage was amazing and everything we could wish for the owner had gone out ..."

    The cottage was amazing and everything we could wish for the owner had gone out of there way to make sure it was as we would like it and all the little extras provided were really nice and we would not hesitate to go again as we said in our notes the only thing that could be changed is it would really benefit from a second toilet upstairs but loved it

    Reviewed by FrankJul 2020

  • "This was the perfect getaway cottage."

    The location is stunning and the house is a “home from home”, exceptionally clean, top end furniture and and a well equipment kitchen. We took all our food for the seven days and my husband thought I was being dramatic, however this is a rural location and although ‘House of Bruar’ is the closest shop I would not like to do a weeks shopping there!! Thank you for letting us share your lovely Loch Garry home.

    Reviewed by WendyDec 2019

  • "We greatly enjoyed our stay in this clean & cosy cottage."

    The views were lovely across the fields and it was nice to watch the trains from the dining table. The whole house was surprisingly spacious and the sofas & beds were very comfy. It was the ideal place for a peaceful week away, with the House of Bruar, Queens View and Pitlochry within 30mins drive. Look forward to staying here again.

    Reviewed by CherieOct 2019

  • "We enjoyed our visit."

    We were extremely lucky to have such good weather, considering the weather forecast and the time of year. Met the gentleman who owned the cottage, on arrival. He was very pleasant and helpful. Did not need to contact him during our stay, but knew we could if necessary. Only one negative aspect to our stay is the path to the house. However, this is my personal opinion as an older person who has difficulty walking.

    Reviewed by Anne MarieOct 2019

  • "This cottage was well equipped, perfect enclosed garden for the dogs."

    Fabulous walks nearby, great central location to visit other places. came back home with 2 tired Labradors!

    Reviewed by JulieSep 2019

  • "A charming ex railway cottage beautifully refurbished."

    In the middle of nowhere, but well sited for exploring the highlands. We had a lovely few days.

    Reviewed by NicholasAug 2019

  • "Very lovely cottage great views lovely walks around the cottage very quiet"

    Reviewed by RaymondJun 2019

  • "Wonderful little cottage, very warm and cosy."

    Extremely clean. Well equipped. The only thing was would have liked a little more local information on walks, pubs etc. Otherwise great.

    Reviewed by PenelopeFeb 2019

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The property

A delightful cottage in the tiny hamlet of Dalnaspidal.The cottage is adjacent to the railway line from Perth to Inverness.The location is ideal to get away from everything.

Set at the head of Loch Garry, surrounded by the backdrop of the Grampian and Monadhliath mountains at the gateway to the Cairngorm National Park.

Here is the opportunity to gaze at the abundance of wildlife, enjoy magnificent views, take walks and truly get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

The cottage has been tastefully decorated, ideal for a family or group of friends of up to five people looking to enjoy a holiday in the Highlands of Scotland.

A side door leads into a fully-fitted country cottage kitchen which boasts wooden units and black counter-tops.

There is a cosy living room with comfy sofas and a ground floor double bedroom with views towards Loch Garry.

The charming family bathroom is also situated on the ground floor, a lovely place to get ready every day of your holiday.

Upstairs, the large double bedroom with magnificent views of hills and the Loch awaits, plus an equally soothing single bedroom promises a good night's sleep.

There are enclosed gardens and a seating area outside to enjoy morning coffee while soaking in the wonderful location, or unwind at the end of the night with a glass of wine.

The property is situated just off the A9 on the Dalnaspidal Estate.

The nearest shops can be found in Dalwhinnie 11 miles away where you can visit the famous Dalwhinnie distillery.

Newtonmore is 18 miles away with a larger variety of shops, cafes restaurants and takeaways.

House of Bruar has a restaurant, food hall, bakery and sells fish and Chips daily from 12am to 9pm.

You can bag a munro, catch brown trout, bungee jump, cycle, walk or canoe as much as you like.

In the winter months ski and snowboard at the Cairngorms winter resorts.

Explore historic Scotland castles and whisky trail or just relax and soak in the scenery and wildlife.

Whether you are looking for an energetic adventurous holiday, a quiet get away from it all or a tour of the Highlands then 2 Station Cottages is the ideal base for your holiday.

Don’t forget your camera as this will be a holiday to remember.

Summary

  • Three bedrooms: 1 x first floor double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x first floor single
  • Ground floor bathroom with bath and handheld shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting room with dining area.
  • Oil central heating
  • Gas oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, TV with basic Sky package, DVD
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking adjacent to the property for one car
  • Enclosed maintained gardens with grassed area table and chairs
  • Two well behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry no smoking
  • Shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants 11 miles away
  • Note: Dogs are to stay downstairs only in the property

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About the location

DALWHINNIE

Strathmashie 9.4 miles; Kingcraig 19.3 miles; Fort William 44.5 miles.

Set amongst the dramatic mountain scenery of Badenoch, the small hamlet of Dalwhinnie is a wonderful base for exploring the bordering countryside. The village is one of the coldest villages in the UK, having an average annual temperature of 6.6oC, making it suitable for winter walking and mountaineering. The destination rests north of Drumochter, just off the A9 road from Perth to Inverness and has been bypassed since 1975. It is 2½ hours drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, 25 miles from Aviemore, 13 from Newtonmore and 17 from Kingussie. Dalwhinnie railway station lies on the Highland Main Line from Perth to Inverness. Why not pop into Dalwhinnie Distillery which is home to the famous Dalwhinnie Single Malt Scotch, part of the Diageo Range. Looking over the flat base of Glen Truim above sea level, the distillery boasts the highest elevation for a working distillery in all of Scotland and provides a delightful Visitor Centre. There are four trails that take in all the sights of Dalwhinnie from the Coachan Wood Viewpoint (3.5 miles) the Distillery Walk (1 mile), Forest Walks (3.5 miles) and the Loch Ericht Walk (1.5 miles).

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Owners may request any evidence that they reasonably require before making a refund. Sykes Holiday Cottages is not agreeing to pay or guarantee any refund from the Owner to you under this Book with confidence.
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