Riverside Cottage sits above the banks of the River Coinnich, with views from the rear of the house taking in the glens and mountains that surround the property.
Tastefully renovated from a formerly derelict building, it has all of the comforts that provide a ‘home from home’ destination for the duration of your stay.
The interior designed property is furnished with ANTA fabrics to the highest standard. Downstairs there is an open plan sitting room and dining room with a wood burning stove for cosy evenings by the fire. The centrepiece of the kitchen is an electric two-oven Aga, providing the cooking as well as additional warmth for those colder days.
There is also a utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer. The downstairs rooms benefit from under floor heating throughout. Three upstairs bedrooms are complimented with a shower room, en-suite to the master bedroom, and a bathroom downstairs; including a period cast iron bath big enough for the whole family!
The rear outdoor patio area has been enjoyed by many families over the years and is a wonderful place to take in the mountains whilst listening to the burbling river below. To the front of the property is the estate’s ceilidh hall, a building of historical importance, however it does mean there is not a view of the loch. The estate’s productive walled garden is a stone’s throw from the house and guests are more than welcome to visit the garden.
Up to three dogs welcome, charged at £24/pet. Partially fenced garden/gravel/patio grass area.
Friday Change Over
Sleeps 6 (two doubles, one twin)
Wood Burning Stove
Partially fenced garden, gravel laid to the front and patio over looking river at rear of house
Central heating, under floor heating downstairs
Electric AGA, gas hob, tall 50/50 fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave
Washing machine and tumble dryer
Linen and towels provided
TV with DVD player in lounge. Wi-fi is available at the The Boathouse
50% of total rent
Dogs: £24.00 per week
Travel cot and highchair available on request
All year round