In order to minimise the risk of Covid-19 to our guests & our staff, we have:- Employed additional changeover/cleaning staff Carried out a risk assessment & implemented new changeover/cleaning protocols Implemented the use of an approved virucidal disinfectant, as routine on all changeovers. Fully trained all staff in cross contamination & infection control Provided hand sanitiser throughout the property (in addition to providing soap in bathrooms) Increased advice & information to guests, before arrival & during their stay.
The peace, tranquility and ambience of the location cannot be described - it has to be experienced, along with views of Loch Ness, the mountains and the forests. There are several local woodland walks around the house, with wildlife including deer, red squirrels. hares and pine martens. The village of Foyers is within easy reach, with a village shop & post office, a tea room, a pub and the famous 'Falls of Foyers.' Within easy driving reach is Inverness at one end of the loch, the lovely village of Fort Augustus at the other end, or Drumnadrochit (the home of Nessie) on the opposie side of the loch.
The focus of the house is on light and space. All rooms on the ground floor lead off the central hall, with its vaulted ceiling and chandelier, glazed walls and double staircase.
The house has been designed to accommodate an extended family and has various communal areas - a large kitchen/diner, sun-room, cosy snug/TV room with wood burning stove & 5.1 point cinema surround sound system, and a glazed first floor gallery with views of the loch. The hub of the house is the central hall, with a full size snooker table.
It sleeps up to 12 adults in 3 double and 3 twin bedrooms. One of the twin rooms is on the ground floor with an en-suite shower room to accomodate elderly or less mobile guests. In addition, a cot is available for very young guests.
The kitchen is large and well equipped, to enable guests to enjoy their time cookign together.
Outside space is provided by a first floor balcony accessed from the gallery, a front deck accessed from the snooker hall, and a large patio at the rear for barbecues. There are also gardens, which are kept as natural as possible, with a path up to a viewing point and bench at the rear of the property.