Sleeps up to 10. Glenfeshie House is in an attractive woodland setting overlooking the River Feshie, with views to the Cairngorm Mountains.
An idyllic place for a peaceful break or really enjoy the unique rambling and cycle tracks within Glenfeshie stretching down to Kincraig.
Glenfeshie House near the village of Kincraig is an idyllic place for a peaceful break or really enjoy the unique rambling and cycle tracks within Glenfeshie stretching down to Kincraig.
Glenfeshie House can sleep 10 guests in 3 double bedroom (all en-suite) and 2 twin rooms, there is a large lounge with log-burning stove, a large kitchen / dining area with open fire, a family bathroom, cloakroom with WC and games room.As you approach Glenfeshie House via its’ private drive, you will see immediately that this modern Country House is of superb design inspired by the “Arts and Crafts” movement.
The house sits comfortably in its woodland surrounding, on an elevated position above the River Feshie at the foot of the Cairngorm Mountains, in Scotland’s Newest National Park.
Glenfeshie House sleeps up to 10 guests and is the hidden gem of the Great North Lodges Group. The house was given a makeover in early 2011, with the addition of a new lounge, games room, bedroom with en-suite and new Kitchen/Dining space. This has transformed the already popular Glenfeshie House in to a remarkable holiday property, enabling guests to have a first class holiday experience.
The bold colour scheme and attention to detail are distinctive features of the house. The house is on two levels. The ground floor has a well-appointed, new Shaker style kitchen with Maplewood worktops, opening onto a generous dining area. The kitchen is equipped with a double oven, 4 ring ceramic hob, dishwasher, fridge and microwave. There is a walk-in store containing a large American style fridge/freezer.
The pine-floored kitchen is of open plan design, flowing through to the dining room.
This fabulous area has comfy armchairs, a library of books and games, a crackling open fire, and a beautiful oak dining table seating 10. There are French doors opening from the dining area to the outside. This room provides the perfect setting for a family and friends gathering. Just imagine on a winters night, a roaring fire, a sumptuous meal with friends around the table, as the snow drifts down lightly outside. Or in the summer, a buffet lunch with the doors open so the sound of the local bird life permeates in to the room. What a fantastic dining experience at all times of the year!!
The dining room is connected via large glass doors into the new lounge. This is a large airy room with an open ceiling. Its design would not be out of place in any glossy lifestyle magazine. The Lounge has large wrap around windows looking onto the immediate surrounding heather moorland and birch woodland, and beyond, through the trees to Glenfeshie and the Cairngorm Mountains. A Cosy wood-burning stove is installed, on a slate plinth. There are three large leather sofas and extra comfy chairs.
For your entertainment the owners have provided a 40-inch LCD TV, with Freeview Channels, and a stereo system with iPod dock. Just to relax in this room is a joy, bright but tranquil in its beautiful sylvan setting. From the lounge there are French doors leading to a paved patio area with outside furniture. Perfect for that morning coffee, al fresco Dining, or an evening “sundowner”.
There is a ground floor double bedroom, with walk in storage, and an en-suite shower room. Leading off of the downstairs hallway is a cloakroom with WC and wash-hand basin, and also a utility room, doubling as a drying room, containing a sink and washer dryer. Next to this is the new games room with a table-tennis table and access to outside.
The upper floor features a brand new master double bedroom, with a cleverly designed dressing area and an attractive en-suite shower room. There is a second double bedroom with en-suite shower room and there are two twin bedrooms with walk in storage, which brings the sleeping capacity to 10 guests. The 2 upstairs bedrooms are situated close to the large, bright, family bathroom with bath, shower, WC and wash-hand basin. All of the upstairs bedrooms have a variety of fantastic views to mountains and woodlands in all directions.
Glenfeshie House is an idyllic place for a peaceful break or to really enjoy the unique rambling and cycle tracks within Glenfeshie stretching down to Kincraig. Loch Insh water sports centre offers sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, dry ski slope and many other activities. There is also a Bar and Restaurant here.
Nearby Uath Lochans, Insh Marshes and the ospreys at Loch Garten allow you to get close to the wildlife, in fact a Bird Watchers paradise!
In the winter, Cairngorm, Scotland’s best skiing area is a short drive. And in summer take a ride on the mountain funicular for spectacular views.
Services: OFCH throughout. Bed linen (duvets) and towels are inclusive in the rental. Electricity and oil (included). Ample parking. TV. DVD Player. Stereo system. Electric cooker. Dishwasher. Washer/dryer. Utility Room. Fridge/freezer. Payphone. Natural garden patio area.
Activities in the area
Golfing ~ Bird-watching ~ Walking & Climbing ~ Mountain-biking ~ Cycle Hire ~ Sailing & Windsurfing ~ Canoeing ~ Highland Wildlife Safari Park ~ Cairngorm Mountain Railway ~ Reindeer Centre ~ Landmark Woodland Playground ~ Skiing & Snowboarding ~ Horse-riding ~ Gliding ~ Salmon & Trout Fishing ~ Strathspey Steam Railway ~ Loch an Eilan Pottery.
Transport and Parking
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