Number 5 is a lovely comfortable semi-detached traditional Highland cottage dating back to 1800, accommodating 6 persons and dogs are welcome.
Situated in a peaceful rural woodland location but only 4 miles from the seaside town of Nairn, with its white sandy beaches and 16 miles from the Highland Capital Inverness. The cottage has a large private garden backing onto a hilly field and burn with a sunny patio area. The front of the property looks onto a mixed woodland.
Prices from Jan 2011 to Dec 2012- £300
to £600 per week. Please call for details. The cottage was renovated to a very high standard with new furniture and furnishings. It is fully double glazed, with central heating and has a multi-fuel stove in the living room, with low combed ceilings in the first floor rooms which adds true character to this cottage.
The accommodation comprises of two double bedrooms and one twin bedded room, two bathrooms one with over bath shower, the other with a walk in shower
A fully fitted kitchen with electric oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave, combination washer/tumbler dryer. A dinning room, and a lounge with T.V, video, DVD and hi-fi. The cottage has a computer room and WIFI with broadband internet access for an additional charge.
Local supermarkets are located in Nairn and Inverness and are normally open all day Saturday and Sunday.
Included in the rent are all bed linen, towels, electricity, logs and coal, the use of a travel cot and highchair and telephone use for local calls.
There are plenty to see and do in the area, visit to Cawdor and Brodie Castles, Culloden Battlefield and Fort George Europe's best preserved 18th Century military fortification a must together with a visit to Nairn's white sandy beaches and the towns two championship golf courses. Salmon and trout fishing on the River Nairn are available, and at the local Troutmaster fishery.
Access to woodlands, moors and RSPB Culbin Forrest, Dulsie Bridge and the Ardclach Bell Tower built in 1655, and the quiet back roads are perfect for cyclists and the cottage is very close by a cycle route.
During your stay, you may see roe deer, red squirrels and pheasants plus badger if you are fortunate. Further afield for a day out, drive to Urquhart Castle, on the banks of Loch Ness and either over to Ullapool on the west coast or south to the Cairngorms National Park.