CAMUSMORE HOUSE Luxury self catering lodge with hot tub For families, gatherings and celebrations. Sleeps 8 Telephone 07711 823230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Camusmore House offers luxury accommodation and is an exclusive self-catering lodge in Scotland’s largest ancient scot’s pine woodland.
‘LUXURIOUS AND UNIQUE INTERIOR’
Fully recently refurbished, gently warmed by the central heating, there are soft carpets and oak floors on the ground floor and cosy carpeting upstairs where the bedrooms have superking and king size beds, padded high headboards and crisp white linen.
The inset wood burning stove compliments the local slate hearth.
Furnishings are a unique blend of antique, vintage and contemporary. The oak dining table seats 8. The modern kitchen with ceramic hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, freezer, two fridges- naturally one for cool drinks - also includes the traditional Aga two oven stove, but converted to allow separate control of hotplates and ovens and many kitchen utensils to make your stay easy and luxurious. Or dine al fresco, on the lit terrace, next to the hot tub and enjoy the sunset over the highland cattle and the view to Carn Cearg Mor.
The house lends itself well to all ages, with a superking bed with ensuite shower room on the ground floor, a travel cot, high chair, baby bath and bumble seat. And a large garden and good fresh air to tire little legs.
Camusmore House has four individually styled bedrooms, softly lit with two offering the flexibility of superking, kingsize or twin single, one kingsize, with views to either the garden and woodland or across the trees to Cairngorm, Coire Cas and the Faicalle ridge and the fourth with views to the cattle meadow contains bunks. Two bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms with generous showers and a third is immediately next to the house bathroom with shower. There is a separate cloakroom/wc downstairs for guests use. All en-suites and bathrooms have complimentary hand soaps, plus luxury cotton towels, robes, slippers and crisp linen throughout.
From its elevated location, enjoy the view to the highland cattle or Carn Dearg Mor. After a day of mountain or loch exercise there is no better way to relax than soak in the hot tub under the ink black starry sky.
It is pre programmed to a constant 40 degrees throughout your stay with underwater mood lighting on a lit terrace. But you can enjoy this luxury at anytime of the day or night.
NOT JUST HOLIDAYS, CELEBRATIONS AND GATHERINGS TOO!
With its generous sitting room, hallway and open plan dining and kitchen, Camusmore House it is an ideal venue for any special event; pre wedding friends parties, big ‘O’ parties, weddings – plenty grass for the marquee – (by special arrangement) or a honeymoon.
FUN FOR KIDS
Camusmore House has a large garden perfect for playing and sits centrally in the Rothiemurcus forest, the largest area of native scots pine forest in the UK - birds, mini beasties, deer, reindeer, flowers and fungi - and a playground for all ages and interests. And this whole area is within the Cairngorms National Park, at 1,748 square miles, the largest in the UK, twice the size of the Lake district national Park and bigger than Luxemburg. There is direct access to local walks from the garden or within minutes walk or drive there are almost too many activities to list; Four munros, climbing, ski-ing- 10 minutes to the ski centre - cycling, long distance walks – the ‘Lairig Ghru’ a mountain path starting from a few yards away for 25 miles without crossing a road – shooting, fishing, forest playparks at ‘Landmark’ Carrbridge, watersports and beach at Loch Morlich and Loch Insh. All this under an un-street lit sky where you and your kids might just have their first real view of the ‘Great Bear’, the ‘milky way’ or even the Northern Lights.
Or if its cold and inclement, the fire side is and enticing place to play a game from the games cupboard.
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