Surrounded by rolling heather clad hills in Dunrobin Glen is Glen Cottage, a detached cottage in a peaceful setting near Golspie on Sutherland’s east coast.
Once inside, choose whether to spend time enjoying the open fire amidst the soothing décor of the stylish sitting room or cuddle up in the separate snug/dining room that is kept toasty by an oil-fired burner.
The neat kitchen has everything easily to hand and there is also a modern shower room downstairs. Due to its remote location the cottage is ‘off grid’ with a generator that provides its electricity and no other houses as far as the eye can see.
Beautiful country views greet guests from the window of the cosy double bedroom and, for extra flexibility, this room can also be set up as a twin room if required. The other light and bright twin bedroom is spacious and attractively presented, finishing off the indoor accommodation.
Outside seating has been set up in the enclosed area in front of the cottage so that the views of the surrounding countryside can be fully appreciated and solar lighting means that evenings can be spent outdoors. The Moray Firth is visible off in the distance and stunning peregrine falcons can often be seen in the skies above. Gates open up to off-road parking and a grassed area to the side of the house that slopes up to a raised rear lawn.
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