SET IN PEACEFUL VILLAGE AMIDST MOORLAND AND HEATHER-CLAD HILLS A detached bungalow at the southern end of Speyside the peaceful village of Dalwhinnie has a remote feeling. There is easy access to the A9 for touring and exploring -...
SET IN PEACEFUL VILLAGE AMIDST MOORLAND AND HEATHER-CLAD HILLS
A detached bungalow at the southern end of Speyside, the peaceful village of Dalwhinnie has a remote feeling.
There is easy access to the A9 for touring and exploring - northwards through Speyside, westwards towards Spean Bridge and Fort William, or south to Loch Rannoch, Loch Tummel and Pitlochry. The village is in the Cairngorms National Park, at the head of Loch Ericht where it meets Glen Truim, and the clear Highland waters are essential for the whisky made at the local distillery where there is a visitor centre. Walking and climbing are popular and there are numerous other outdoor activities available locally to keep all the family entertained.
The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double and 1 twin with en suite WC. Shower room. Lounge/diner: with TV / DVD. Kitchen: compact with cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Amenities: bed linen and towels included. Electric by meter. Location: café and shop at petrol station. Railway station in the village. Arrival: 4pm.
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