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Guisaichean

Invermoriston, Northern Highlands & Cairngorms National Park (Ref. 953322)

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Features

  • Icon/Feature/Hot Tub Hot tub
  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Sky TV Sky TV
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

Reviews

11 Customer Reviews

  • "Absolutely brilliant cottage, really comfortable amazing inside had fantastic time."

    Reviewed by JamieMar 2019

  • "Great place to stay, would stay here again."

    Reviewed by RoderickFeb 2019

  • "The views from the house over the loch is breathtaking and being able to sit in the hot tub and watch the sun go down was fabulous."

    Spacious comfortable house with 3 log burning fires. Would recommend this holiday for any family or friends looking for a relaxing weekend . Beautiful walks and boat trips near by.

    Reviewed by JaneNov 2018

  • "Fabulous cottage."

    Loved our stay here and would recommend highly. Spacious and clean, would love to return some time. The balcony hot tub is lovely and once heated stays warm overnight, so just needs a quick fire to reheat. Unfortunately it took 3 nights to get hot though as it needs a lot of logs for the initial heat up. First night needed kindling, second night used the entire stock of 'starter' logs but still not hot enough. Third night lovely as we purchased more logs. Suggest bundles of logs to purchase at the cottage, as we wasted 2 of our 4 nights stay. Anyway ace after a long hike.

    Reviewed by GrahamOct 2018

  • "Although the location was beautiful things like not having eight plates for eight people and very few cooking pans let it down."

    It was very warm when needed but the doors sticking and locking was annoying and there is no clothes dryer which is also useless when it rains most of the time in scotland in autumn

    Reviewed by JackieSep 2018

  • "Beautiful house in a beautiful setting, and the sun shone all week"

    Reviewed by BrendaMay 2018

  • "The location of this property was excellent for exploring Loch Ness and the wider Highlands."

    The views from the house are fantastic and the new balcony and hot tub were a nice touch. We were really pleased with the accommodation - the kitchen was excellent and had plenty of space for us to eat together. The living room is small but cosy, and the bedrooms had plenty of space for what we needed. There were a few quirky features, but everything was made clear and overall it was a great experience. Would recommend.

    Reviewed by JonathanApr 2018

  • "It was very easy to book and correspond with Sykes."

    Guisaichean is a lovely cottage. Bedrooms are spacious and airy. Beautiful views. Farmstyle kitchen was absolutely the best. Spent many an entertaining evening around that large table with the fire roaring!! Also enjoyed the woodlands. The new deck provides a wonderful outdoor space to sit and relax. The only thing that I was not expecting was the busy road close to the cottage but got used to it very quickly!!! Had a wonderful week.!!!!

    Reviewed by AntionetteApr 2018

  • "Some feedback for the owners: Whilst in the guest booklet, it is explained that the property is old and a bit quirky, nothing is mentioned re this is the Sykes description."

    For instance, there was more than one occasion when we could not get the upstairs shower to work (despite following the instructions of turning on the basin tap first). The left hand side part of the oven was next to useless - it only ever got luke warm, and the right hand oven had a liner which tried to slide out every time the door was opened. The ignitition did not work on the hob either - you had to use a match. A washer dryer would have been nice, as having to dry the washing for a family of 5 on the maiden over the wood burner took some time, especially as it was difficult (not to mention expensive in logs) to keep the burner going for any real length of time (it always went out overnight). Bath sheets would have been a nice touch as opposed to bath towels (bath towels are fine for children but in my opinion, pointless for adults as they are simply too small). The beds were all comfortable and the blankets in the lounge were very handy - it did get pretty cold. Within a few hours of being the the property, one of the downstairs bedroom doors managed to get locked from the inside, with thankfully, no one in the room. Whilst we did manage to resolve this with the aid of the owner, the neighbour down the way and a hefty crowbar, this could have been so much worse, especially if a small child was inside the room when the door locked. Whilst I appreciate the property was a B&B, either keys for the lockable doors whould have been available, or the locks removed from the doors to avoid such instances. The incident freaked my Daughter, such that she would not sleep in the room and had to bunk in with her Sister! The children enjoyed the rope swings and the bathroom suites were all very new and modern. Flooring throughout the property looked new too. Would we stay again - unlikely, but if we did, it would be during the warmer months, to enjoy the views across the Loch.

    Reviewed by SharronFeb 2018

  • "Awesome cottage with breathtaking views."

    It is deceptively large with a comfy traditional kitchen with a spectacular view of the Loch. Owners are very helpful and sent us a helpful guide with directions including pictures. They also have friends nearby who dropped off a pint of milk and welcomed us. Great base to tour the highlands especially Skye. Nice garden with access to the woods and the Great Glen Way.

    Reviewed by JamesSep 2017

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    Reviewed by BobSep 2017

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The property

A contemporary lakeside cottage in the scenic village of Invermoriston in the Scottish Highlands.

With panoramic views of Loch Ness, this cottage is perfect for families and groups of friends who wish to enjoy this world renowned area of Scotland.

The spacious and well-equipped kitchen retains traditional features, with exposed beams and a welcoming woodburning stove by the large dining table.

The sitting room is relaxed and warming, decorated in neutral colours with comfortable sofas, a TV and complete with an open fire.

Downstairs there is also two cosy, calming bedrooms complete with TVs and astonishing views of Loch Ness.

The upstairs of Guisaichean is under a low sloping ceiling, which boasts two well-appointed bedrooms and the best views of the surrounding area.

To the outside of the cottage is a large lawned garden and decked seating area where you can admire the views of the Loch with a refreshing drink.

Invermoriston is home to the famous Loch Ness as well as other incredible scenery and a range of walking paths, restaurants and a cafes.

Why not visit the beautiful city of Inverness which sits under 30 miles away, and offers a greater range of restaurants and cafes.

An impressive cottage in a beautiful location, Guisaichean can be enjoyed throughout the year.

Summary

  • Four bedrooms: Ground floor: 1 x king-size double, 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC
  • First floor: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin
  • Ground floor shower room with shower over bath, basin and WC
  • Kitchen with dining area and woodburning stove
  • Sitting room with open fire.
  • LPG Central heating with further power from Woodburner
  • Woodburning stove and open fire
  • Gas oven and hob, microwave, washing machine, Sky TV, WIFI, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Large decked area with furniture and private wooden hot tub
  • Side and rear lawn with furniture
  • One well behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Pub and shop 11 minute walk
  • Note: The staircase is open to one side, small children should take care
  • Note: Garden is not secured, but there are two ground anchors available for dog leads
  • Note: Shop and pub is 11 minute walk, however, there is no footpath - care should be taken if walking along the main road, traveling by car may be more advisable.

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About the location

INVERMORISTON

Inverness 28 miles.

The small village of Invermoriston is situated just above the south end of Loch Ness, in the heart of the Great Glen. The village is famous for St. Columba's Well, and offers regular events including ceilidh nights in the village hall. The 73-mile long walking path, The Great Glen Way, passes through the village, and is just one of the many trails and walks awaiting visitors to this peaceful spot. Following the main road close to the village takes you to the mystical Isle of Skye, or of course you could stay closer to home and do some monster-spotting, visit the impressive ruins of the 16th century castle Urquhart, or enjoy the Loch Ness Exhibition Centre.The Caledonian Canal runs to Fort Augustus, offering lovely canalside walks. The perfect location for the whole family.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Last minute
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