Ryvoan Lodge with its dramatic contemporary space looks straight out onto the beautiful, heather clad Cairngorm Mountains making it the perfect place for a relaxing break.
The Lodge offers accommodation for 10 people in a tranquil, rural setting next to the Abernethy Forest National Nature Reserve on the edge of the pretty village of Nethy Bridge.
The Lodge comfortably sleeps up 10 people in 4 bedrooms on the ground floor. The 2 master bedrooms are furnished with king size beds and an en-suite shower room with wc and wash hand basin. The other 2 bedrooms are each furnished with bunk beds and a single bed. All bedrooms have ample cupboard and storage space.
There is a spacious open plan lounge and kitchen-diner with the lodge's best views towards the Cairngorm Mountains. The lounge is inclusive of a stove, TV with Skybox and DVD player and the kitchen is well laid out for cooking and entertaining. Stairs lead to a gallery that overlooks the lounge for quiet contemplation.
The playroom in the attic is enormous and a child's delight with toys, games, pool table, table football, comfortable sofas, TV, DVD and Xbox.
To complete the luxury aspect of the Lodge, the family bathroom has a whirlpool bath and a full sized sauna. On a practical note their is a utility room with washing machine and dryer and, in addition, a boot and drying room with heated flooring.
Outdoors there is a covered verandah area, picnic table, 2 swings and a large garden inclusive of a mountain bike skills course.
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