A charming cottage set in the magnificent hills of Kingairloch

Encompassed by mountains and glens, this stone cottage sits in an elevated position on the estate with fantastic views from all aspects. A short walk from the cottage is the River Ghardail, Loch Uisge plus our network of well signed footpaths. This is a wonderful base for guests wanting to explore the hills of Kingairloch and see a wide range of wildlife.

On entering the cottage through the side door, you are met with an open plan lay-out kitchen and living room. The kitchen is at the rear of the cottage, with windows looking out to a wooded hillside where deer are often seen grazing.

Going through to the living room there are comfortable sofas and a wood burning stove; with the stove lit the room becomes your own cosy Highland haven.

The double bedroom is downstairs with a view looking out to the hills of the estate. In the large bathroom you will find both a stand alone shower and bath.

Although this cottage has upstairs rooms, they have not been furnished.

Vehicles are able to park right next to the cottage.

There is no fenced area, so if you are brining dogs with you, please keep an eye on them at all times.

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Friday Change Over

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Sleeps two

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Wood burning stove

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Ample parking

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Electric oven, microwave, under counter fridge

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Linen and towels provided

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Hill water supply

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TV with DVD player

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Oil central heating

Mountainous views

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Booking Information

Deposit

50% of total rent

Options & Extras

Dogs: £24.00 per week

Travel cot and highchair available on request

Short Breaks

All year round

Property notes

  • Friday Change Over
  • All linen, towels  included
  • Sleeps 2
  • Fully treated hill water supply
  • Wood burning stove
  • Ample Parking
  • TV and DVD player
  • Electric oven, microwave, under counter fridge
  • Oil central heating
  • Mountainous Views