Sleeps 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Large fully fenced gardens surround the property which sits adjacent to an old walled garden at the back of the house and has a gate with direct access to the hill. At the front, you can discern the ruins of historic Dunain House with a spectacular view down the glen towards Loch Ness. A soft seating outdoor dining area, a fire pit with log seating and a wood fired hot tub complete this idyllic tableau.
A large open plan sitting room with wood burning stove, books, games and smart TV with Freeview, Netflix, Amazon Prime etc. provides the perfect retreat after a day out on the hill or sightseeing.
The large kitchen with spectacular views down the valley is fully equipped with fridge/freezer, dishwasher, hob, electric oven and every amenity you could wish for. The kitchen also has a table with seating for 4.
A utility room with washer and dryer is beside the kitchen there is also a large indoor shed attached to the utility room.
In the front porch there is a small desk and lamp that can be used for a bit of quiet work
2 super comfortable bedrooms both have King size beds. The master bedroom’s picture windows look out on to the hill and it has a large ensuite shower room.
The second Bedroom has a 4-poster bed and French windows opening up on to the garden.
An additional family bathroom has a shower and a bath.
All linen and bedding is high quality Egyptian cotton from Tielle Loves Luxury as recommended by House and Garden Magazine and Country Life and is also used by many 5* hotels. The bedding is hypoallergenic
All soaps and shampoos are organic and sourced from the Highland Soap Company.
Cot and high chair can be supplied by request.
I have supplied a comprehensive house manual in which you will find suggestions for day trips, visitor attractions, shops, restaurants etc as well as emergency numbers that you might need during your stay.
Where You’ll Be
The house is an ideal base to explore the Highlands, set midway between Loch Ness and the vibrant City of Inverness. Despite its remote location it is only 25 minutes from the Airport and 10 minutes from the nearest train station. A 5 minute drive will take you into the city centre with all its restaurants, shops and live music venues. Local grocery shops and a farm shop (Farm Ness) are all between 5 – 10 minutes away and the starting point to cruise Loch Ness at Dochgarroch is under 2 miles away. There are many restaurants to choose from and there are beautiful walks directly from the cottage through the forest and up the hill. The Great Glen Way is directly behind the cottage and the North Coast 500 is also easily accessible. Golf courses, distilleries, leisure cruises, adventure sports are all a short distance and for the more retail minded, woollen mills, tweed and cashmere shops are all over the area.