Invercannich Farm is a self-catering lodge with two bedrooms, each with en-suite shower room, sleeping 4 people.
It has a superb location, situated in the beautiful glen of Strathglass, one kilometre from the village of Cannich, in the middle of two working farms. There are panoramic views of the Strathglass hills. The accommodation is attached to the owner's house but is completely self-contained and private with a separate entrance and garden. A lovely retreat for a relaxing holiday. Ideally situated for exploring some of the most beautiful and wild areas of Scotland, Invercannich is on the doorstep of Glens Affric and Cannich and close to Glen Srathfarrar. Three of the most majestic glens in Scotland which have much of the Highland's wildlife living there with plenty of walking and cycling. The many rivers and lochs in the local area have some fantastic fishing with boats and permits available locally for hire. Aigas 9 hole golf course is only 10 miles away.
Although, situated deep in the country - there are villages with restaurants and facilities which are not too far away. Cannich has a shop/post office, two bar/restaurants and a playpark. Drumnadrochit and Beauly, both around 15 miles away, have several shops, cafe/restaurants, Tourist information centre, and garages. Drumnadrochit also has the Loch Ness Monster Centre and nearby Urquhart Castle.
Newly built and furnished for 2007, the accommodation is stylish, comfortable and spacious. There are two bedrooms, one double and one twin with room for an extra cot. Both bedrooms have a large en-suite shower room and include walk-in wardrobes.
The main living area is a large sunlounge with a south/west aspect. Here there is a well-equipped kitchen, dining and living area with plenty of space to spread out, relax and enjoy the views. Sky TV, a DVD, CD player, lots of books and games are all provided. Heating, electricity, and all linen are included in the price. Includes towels, bedlinen and bathmats. The garden has a decking area with picnic table and catches the sun for most of the day.