Tucked away quietly and yet so convenient for the friendly facilities that Drumnadrochit has to offer, this smart semi-detached cottage makes a superb highland holiday retreat.
Located to the rear of the owners' home and with two bedrooms both with en-suite facilities, this cottage offers a high level of comfort.
There is a modern and well-equipped fitted kitchen and a stunning open plan living space with large glass doors leading out to a private sun terrace where guests can relax at the end of a busy day with a glass of wine.
Treetops is just set back from the banks of the River Coiltie and within easy walking distance of the bustling village which is very popular with visitors from all over the world partly due to its close proximity to Loch Ness and the world famous Urquhart Castle.
Treetops makes a perfect holiday base for visitors who wish to see as much of the splendid Highlands of Scotland as possible and a day trip over the sea to Skye and tour of the west coast makes an enjoyable day out.
For a change of direction guests can access the Moray Firth Coast for a spot of dolphin watching or even venture onto the famous Malt Whisky Trail with its many visitor attractions where samples are offered freely at anytime of the day!
To enjoy the scenery and wildlife then take the road into Glen Affric, considered one of Scotland's finest glens.
With so much to do and such a welcoming and smart cottage to return to at the end of a fabulous day a holiday here will not disappoint.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms with en-suite shower, basin and WC: 1 x double with steps down to dressing area, 1 x single. Basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
DRUMNADROCHIT, LOCH NESS
Inverness 14 miles.
The village of Drumnadrochit lies at the head of Urquhart Bay on the shore of Loch Ness and is the centre of the Loch Ness Monster tourism industry in Scotland. In an area of great natural beauty and magnificent scenery, Drumnadrochit is home to the popular Loch Ness Monster exhibition, a village green, a shop and post office, several cafes, gift shops, pubs, restaurants and a tea room. The Great Glen Way, a 73 mile, long distance path running from Fort William to Inverness, passes through the village, while within easy reach are the historic ruins of Urquhart Castle. Just 14 miles away is the City of Inverness, the “Capital of the Highlands”, boasting museums, an art gallery, fine theatre and leisure facilities, and a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, while just outside the city is the Culloden Battlefield at Culloden Moor (National Trust), the site of the last major battle fought on British soil.
Note: No children under 12 years of age.