The Glebe is a detached cottage situated in Kildary, Highland.
The property is all located on the ground floor and would be ideal for those with limited mobility.
Internally, the cottage opens to a large hallway with a woodburner.
It has three bedrooms: one master king-size with an en-suite shower room and WC and two double.
There is a separate family bathroom and WC.
There is also an open-plan living room, with wonderful, large French doors leading out to the garden, a fitted kitchen and dining area with seating for up to six people.
There is an additional sitting room with an open fire for those cosy nights in.
It has a utility room, as well as a ground floor cloakroom and WC.
Off-road parking is available.
Outside has a rear and side garden with a paved area and furniture has been provided, with breath-taking views over the farmland towards the Cromarty Firth.
While you stay with us, why not visit Balnahown Castle?
The castle has stood since the 14th century, and was remodelled in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The lavish, landscaped gardens surrounding make for a wonderful sightseeing opportunity.
For history enthusiasts Invergordon has the Invergordon Naval Museum and Heritage Centre, as well as fabulous walking and bus tours around Scotland.
The Glebe is the place to be for those who enjoy the secluded countryside.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x master king-size (zip/link) with en-suite shower room with a shower, basin and WC and 2 x double. Bathroom with a freestanding bath, shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Additional sitting room. Utility. Ground floor cloakroom and WC. Garage.
About the location
Tain 15 miles; Inverness 25 miles.
Dating back to the 18th Century, the town of Invergordon sits on the Cromarty Firth, on Scotland's rugged east coast, and is ideally situated in the centre of the Eastern Highlands. In and around the town are a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a regular Friday market, selling fresh food and other produce. The only deep water port in the area, the town is well established as a port of call for the large cruise liners which regularly stop there from North West Europe and Scandinavia. With the beauty of Easter Ross on the doorstep, the town makes a fine location to spend a holiday touring this part of the Scottish Highlands.