Beautiful family and dog friendly house in the centre of Ballater. Sleeps up to 9 people.
Rannagowan is a large detached period Victorian property situated on a quiet street, only a two minute walk from the centre of Ballater.
The home has been refurbished to a very high specification and makes a great self-catering holiday let for families and large parties.
On the ground floor is a large living room with coal fire, a separate dining room, fourth bedroom and a large newly installed kitchen diner.
Upstairs is the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, 2 further double bedrooms and family bathroom.
There is a secure outhouse that can be used to store bicycles during your stay.
The property is fully enclosed and has gates which can be closed for dog and child safety.
The rear garden faces south and enjoys views of Craig Coilleach Hill. There is an outdoor seating and dining area to enjoy al fresco entertaining on sunny days.
Ballater is known as the gateway to the Cairngorms National Park, and is set in magnificent scenery and easy reach of Balmoral, the Scottish holiday home of the Royal family.
The village offers a range of local amenities including a variety of shops, award winning restaurants, hotels and cafes.
The area in general is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast with a wide range of sporting activities. For the golfer Ballater has an 18-hole golf course with tennis courts and bowling green adjacent to the clubhouse. The area has excellent hillwalking, extensive on/off road cycling options and the ski centres at Glenshee and the Lecht are within easy reach.
For the angler, the River Dee is one of the most popular salmon rivers in Scotland and there is an excellent trout fishery at Tullich.
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