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Highland Glen Lodges


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Highland Glen Lodges
Set high on the hiilside overlooking the beautiful Glen of Strathfleet, the five luxury four star lodges provide an ideal base for exporing the north of Scotland with its stunning scenery and abundance of wildlife. Each lodge can sleep up to four, plus baby in a twin and double bedded room. The lodges are well equipped and provide a private balcony from which you have uninterrupted views of the scenery and wildife below. The area has much to offer the tourist (golf, fishing, walking, blue flag beaches, castles, distileries......etc.) For those that require a less active holiday, there is no need to stray from your lodge. Whilst the lodges are set in stunning scenery, they are within an easy short drive from shops and restaurants. Over 60% of our UK guests come back year after year - We are confident that if you decide to visit us, you will not be disappointed with the area or in your choice of holiday

Hiddenglen Holidays


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Watch deer and woodpeckers among the abundant wildlife on tranquil croft. Top quality spacious lodges, chalet, caravan all well equipped and very clean have a beautiful outlook over trout loch amid native woods. Collect eggs, feed pet lambs (if any). Safe for children with play area, bikes and boat. Plentiful sunshine. Near mountains, sandy beaches and Moray Firth dolphins. Photos and video on our website. No smoking

Modern detached three bedroom cottage. Close to Ferry terminal and local amenities (shops, restaurants, tourist information, swimming pool/sports centre, bank etc). Unspoilt beaches within 20 minutes drive. Ideal base for holiday. Nine hole golf course, tennis, fishing, walking, cycling. Accommodation includes lounge with peat burning open fire, superb views, dining kitchen, wc/shower room, three bedrooms (sleeps six) and bathroom. Fridge/freezer, SKY television, broadband connection, washing machine, tumble dryer, cooker, microwave. Oil fired central heating and double glazed. Gardens to the front side and rear. Open sea views. Linen and towels etc provided. .

Stewart\\\'s Lodge


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Lodge 14 sleeps four and comprises of 2 bedrooms, lounge, toilet and kitchen. The Lodge is fully double glazed with central heating in all apartments excluding kitchen which has a wall mounted convector. Fitted wardrobes in both bedrooms provide ample storage space. The master bedroom is fitted with a King sized bed whilst the second bedroom is furnished with twin beds. The lounge area is well sized and equipped with TV / DVD player, table and chairs, couch and easy chairs. An additional focal fire has been fitted. The kitchen is fully equipped with electric cooker, microwave, washing machine/dryer, dishwasher and fridge, the kitchen is well stocked with crockery, glassware, cutlery and cooking utensils. The bathroom has been recently refurbished and is equipped with wash hand basin, toilet, and shower cubicle. With the exception of the kitchen and toilet the lodge is carpeted

Haus Saron
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Haus Saron is situated in secluded surroundings of almost 2 acres of lawns, gardens and mature woodlands. Haco House in the town. Comfortable well equipped sleeping 5-6 with gas central heating, television, video and fitted kitchen with washing machine, microwave, coffee machine and some with dishwasher. Pets welcome .. Walk to the beach in two minutes, the Town or Pier in ten and the Marina in twenty. Sail on the Clyde. Experience Arran. Travel to Loch Lomond. Explore Glasgow or Rabbie Burns country. Or just relax and enjoy the scenery of the West Coast. The choice is

Ravenswood Cottage
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Set in the heart of the Arrochar Alps and within the Loch Lomond National Park, Ravenswood Cottage offers comfortable and attractive self catering accommodation with outstanding views of the region&#39s many Corbets and Munroes. Whether you&#39re hoping for a relaxing break, or an outdoors adventure, we&#39re sure you won&#39t be disappointed with the warm and welcoming atmosphere that awaits you here at Ravenswood Cottage! Feel free to browse our website for information about the accommodation and the local activities available within this outstanding area. Should you have any further queries, please contact us by telephone or email and we will be more than happy to help. We look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Ullapool Holiday Homes
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Portnellan
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Rated 98% with Tripadvisor and 8.9 out of 10 with Zoover. A tasteful collection of award-winning luxury self catering properties. A family business, proud of their Highland welcome. All lodges offer spectacular loch and mountain views within a stunning, private, Highland estate. A great central location for touring and seeing many Scottish attractions. On site activities include free boats, bikes, Canadian canoes, 5 miles of loch and river fishing and free WiFi usage. BBQ available upon request. Ensuite bathrooms, fitted kitchens. Some properties even have sauna and spa bath. Other homely features include LCD TVs, Blu Ray DVD, Nintendo Wii and SKY TV. An on site visitor centre with a small essentials shop, lots of local information, board games and DVDs. Available for short breaks, weeks or

Cologin Country Chalets and Lodges
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We have a variety of accommodation from one bedroom chalets, two bedroom lodges, private cottages and houses with different bedroom layouts and facilities. Sleeping from 2 to 10 adults. Pub and restaurant on site, free fishing, pets welcome. Oban less than 3 miles. Rural situation. Friendly and family

Glen Auchie Holiday Cottage
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We have two beautiful self catering holiday cottages based at Scotland\'s most southerly point - Mull of Galloway. One cottage sleeps 4 with two bedrooms and the other one sleeps 2, King size bed. They both have beautiful conservatories with great views to the sea and open countryside. Both cottages are fully equipped, home from home. Price includes your electricity, heating, beds made up for your arrival, towels and tea towels. Both cottages pet friendly. Fenced of and gated, plenty of parking at each cottage. Excellent area for walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing, sea fishing, golf or just to sit back and relax and enjoy the peace and

Big Sky Lodges
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Six luxurious detached log houses set in 17 acres of glorious Scottish highlands overlooking meadows and with views to the mountains, yet only ten minutes from all the facilities of Inverness and its international airport. Built in quality pine from Lapland, these STB rated Four Star lodges all offer three bedrooms, two or three bathrooms, fully fitted kitchen, large lounge, wood burning stoves, solid pine floors and full central heating. All are beautifully and tastefully decorated throughout with the most modern of home comforts. Golf, fishing and trips on Loch Ness can all be arranged locally, or venture onto the woodland tracks where you may see roe deer and red kites or more occasionally pine martens and red

Two Bears Cottage
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Two Bears self catering cottage is situated in the picturesque fishing village of Gardenstown, North of Aberdeen. The bay is surrounded by sandstone cliffs which provide a haven for seabirds and

Balinoe
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 Balinoe
Balinoe is a well appointed two bedroomed spacious bungalow set in 1 acre grounds with ample off road parking. The garden looks over fields to the Cromarty Firth, Ben Wyvis and other mountains. It is in a quiet rural area but only 15 minutes drive from Inverness. The property has a well fitted kitchen, spacious open plan dining room and lounge, two double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It comes inclusive of towels, linen, heating and lighting. It also has Sky+ TV, DVD and Wifi. Large garden . Dogs

St Andrews Cottage
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Charming B-Listed historic Cottage, set within a quiet location in the ancient Royal Burgh of Inverurie, in rural Aberdeenshire. Modern interior, all appliances, three bedrooms. Sleeps 4-5 plus baby. Private garden and off-street parking. Close to market town centre, park and River Don. Easy driving access to beaches, cliffs and Grampian

2 Cuil-an-Daraich
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This is the ideal place to have a large family christmas together, or to bring in the New Year in style. All bedrooms are en-suite and very large. The dining room come lounge is also a very large space making it ideal for get togethers. We look out over the River Tay and the rolling hills of Perthshire, not called the heart of Scotland for nothing. Pets

Morrisons Holiday Homes
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 Morrisons Holiday Homes
Glenview Cottage - Self-catering
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Ardno Cottage
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Ardno Cottage offers self catering facilities in a beautiful property on Loch Fyne. It can sleep up to 6 in two double rooms and one twin room. There is a modern kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine. There is 1 bathroom and 2 toilets. There are ironing and laundry facilities if you need to use them. And, of course there is the ususal TV, Video, DVD player and music centre, but who would want to use these when there is so much beauty to see! It is half a mile off the main road down a private drive. The loch side, home of seals and many species of birds, is five minutes walk across a field and woodland gardens are all around. Fishing can be arranged locally and wonderful walks are accessible to guests in over 7,000 acres of the surrounding estate. The cottage has been completely modernised. The wood burning stove in the living room provide the heating for the central heating system. It has its own garden and terrace with stunning views across the loch to Dunderave

Failte&Kangei
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2 Comfortable well equipped adjoining cottages in the Highlands of Scotland. Each sleep 4 or 5. Both have 2 bedrooms. Lounge with open hearth and stove. Fully appointed kitchen. Bed linen provided. Garden area to the front. Private

Blythswood House
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Modern, high quality and great value self catering accommodation in a quiet residential area. Tastefully decorated accommodation. One double bedroom, one twin bedded room. Within easy walking distance of the seafront and town centre. Wireless internet available in the house. Spacious lounge with 37in LCD TV Sky Entertainment mix and DVD. Modern bathroom with power shower. Well equipped dining kitchen leading on to a decked patio area and private

Raasay and Rona
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In Designated National Scenic Area. 2 modern detached cottages, located in a quiet village and overlooking the sea and the islands of Skye, Harris and Lewis. Tourist Board 4* rating. Spacious lounge with picture windows giving views over the sea and islands. Fully fitted kitchen with every convenience including fridge, freezer, microwave, washer, tumble dryer, dishwasher etc. Two bedrooms: 1 double and 1 twin, both with fitted wardrobes and quality furniture. Bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower. Front and rear porches. central heating. Enclosed gardens with parking for 2 cars. Perfect location for nature lovers; whales, dolphins, porpoise, otters, basking sharks, sea birds and birds of prey. Golf, pony trekking, fishing and lots more. Nature Reserve and mountains just a short drive

Two stone farm cottages beside Loch Voil in the Loch Lomond/Trossachs National Park. One suitable for wheelchair users.Each sleeps 4. Beautiful scenery at your door,wildlife all around. Fish for trout or salmon, 6 golf courses within 30minutes drive and Edinburgh,Glasgow, Perth,Stirling,Oban and Glen Coe within 75Minutes. Relax and unwind in this quiet Scottish

BEN ARTHUR COTTAGE
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BEN ARTHUR COTTAGE
Benwell House
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Benwell House is one of the largest self catering properties situated in the heart of the coastal town of Ullapool. It is within easy walking distance to all amenities including supermarkets, restaurants and pubs and yet retains a feel of the amazing scenery of the North West Highlands. The stone built house was traditionally built for the herring industry 200 years ago and is full of the character of an old house and has yet been sympathetically restored to fulfil modern expectations. Ullapool is in a great position for walking, fishing, cycling and sightseeing, hunting and wildlife. There is a golf course and a leisure centre with a swimming pool of which we can offer free passes as part of your stay in Benwell House. As you walk into the house there is a welcoming foyer with hanging space for coats and boots and a bijou toilet under the stairs. To the left there is a living room with an open fire place which follows through to a large kitchen with views onto the garden and mountains beyond. From the foyer there are stairs leading up to the first floor with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a double bedroom with a sink and a large wooden sash window. The second bedroom has a double bed and a single bed with a sink and a large wooden sash window. On this floor there is also a bathroom with a shower over the bath and a new wet room with tiled under floor heating. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one double and one twin with lovely views out onto the Loch broom and the mountains beyond. There is also a toilet on this floor. There is ample parking at the front of the house and a pleasant garden at the back with plenty of space for children to play. The house has a brand new central heating system. we can offer free broadband and wifi, and there and TVs downstairs and in two of the bedrooms. Simon and Samantha Richards are happy to help with any information required regarding the area and can tell you about the best

colonels cottage
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End terrace property containing family room with double bed single bed and cot and two other bedrooms with two single beds in each along with dining room sitting room, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom with shower. Garden at rear with views over the irish sea

Seagulls Ullapool
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Seagulls is a new self catering house in Ullapool. It is located in a quiet street but less than 5 minutes walk to the harbour, shops, pubs and restaurants. The house sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms and is equipped to a very high standard. (Visit Scotland 4 stars) Heating, electricity, bedding and towels are included. There is parking for two cars and more space in the street. There is also a pleasant garden. A cot and highchair are available on request. Seagulls is a non smoking house. .We cannot unfortunately accept pet animals. PRICES SHOWN ARE FOR THE WHOLE HOUSE FOR A WEEK NOT PER PERSON PER

Ach na skia Croft
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In a stunning location, with open, panoramic views across the sea to the islands of Eigg, Rum and the Cuillin mountains on nearby Skye, Ach na skia Croft at Arisaig on the West Highland coast north-west of Fort William, is the perfect place to escape the hurly burly. In cottage or cedar lodge you’ll find everything you need for a relaxing break. After a day out on the sea or loch, walking in the hills or playing golf on the nearby 9 hole course at Traigh you can return to Achnaskia for a relaxing sauna or a game of pool or table tennis. It’s a short walk to the beach and there’s a volleyball net in hte field and swings and a slide for smaller children. Washed by the Gulf Stream the area is mild and verdant, with rich and varied wildlife. On your visit you may see pine marten, otter, minke whale, basking shark, dolphin, shearwaters, heron, geese, oystercatchers, wild orchids in profusion. There are more sandy beaches here than anywhere in Scotland, with hidden bays all to yourself. The waters around Arisaig Bay are sheltered and offer excellent kayaking. Kayaks and canoes are available for hire. Arisaig Village has a Post Office, general store, harbour with day trips to the Small Isles, hotel, restaurant, visitor centre, gift shop and railway station - with a steam train running in summer. The fishing village of Mallaig, with ferries to Skye, is 7 miles away. The only danger is that once you arrive you won’t want to

Wester Lix Cottages
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Wester Lix was once a farm sitting in an area of open hillside. Over the years the buildings have been modified, refurbished and extended to provide extremely comfortable accommodation for couples, families and small groups. We are situated just over 3 miles from the village of Killin, right in the center of the Dochart Forest. From the grounds one can access many local walks, some along former railway tracks one of which will take you into Killin itself, and others to local waterfalls or out onto open hillside. The local area forms part of The Loch Lommond and Trossachs National Park and is therefore protected from development. At Wester Lix there is a strong affinity with animals, from the family pets, chickens and sheep, the bats nesting in the lofts, to the local wildlife such as the deer that live in the adjoining forest. We therefore welcome pets by arrangement but will insist on them being Vaccinated to protect our own and those of other guests. Our aim is simple, to provide a true home from home, affordable quality accommodation in a peaceful and secluded setting to those seeking to appreciate this area of the Scottish Highlands. To achieve this we have decorated and equipped the cottages to a level that we would expect when looking for a relaxing break ourselves. The result is a compliment of comfort and usability suitable as a base to enjoy the great outdoors. We pride ourselves in welcoming many repeat visits from guests which for us is a testimony that we are doing something right. The present owners Gill and Dave, purchased the old farm buildings and approx 9 acres of the surrounding land in summer of 1999. In the summer of 2006 two of the properties were sold leaving Jonnas Cottage and the Farmhouse for holiday rental. We are now offering residential and non residential training courses in Photograhy for individuals and groups at various levels and interests. details on our

The Shepherds Cottage - Ruddyglow Park
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Our lovely traditional, stone built, cottage, which dates back to the early 1800’s is the perfect place to relax and unwind with your family or a group of friends. Set in its own garden with spectacular views of Loch Assynt to the front and Quinag to the back. Gaze out over the clear blue waters and the magnificent heather covered mountains, you might well see a deer, a badger or a pine martin and if you venture down to the shore you may even see the odd otter. Nearby are some of the most beautiful white sandy beaches in the country, awe inspiring views appear around every bend in the road but most of all it is the feeling of peace, nature, and beautiful untamed naturalness that one experiences in the highlands that makes this such a fantastic place to visit, again and again. The cottage is beautifully furnished with a small but fully fitted kitchen with a gas hob and electric oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer and separate utility room that has a washing machine and tumble dryer. The main sitting room has Sky satellite television DVD player, video, CD/radio/mp3 player and clock radio. There is wireless internet available in the bright and sunny front porch and the sitting room. The cottage has full electric storage heating and double glazing. There is a large bathroom with big bath and over head power shower and lots of lovely bath and shower products. The main bedroom is large and bright with the original tongue and groove panelling on the vaulted ceiling. It has a king-size bed and plenty of storage. The other downstairs bedroom can be made up as either a super king or a twin, also has the original tongue and groove walls but has the added advantage of having a real log fire. There is also a small upstairs bedroom with lovely elevated views and a double

Franklin’s View has a charming and cosy atmosphere befitting of a holiday cottage. The open plan living and dinning area has a bright and airy feel which is encouraged by the large panoramic windows, looking over the rooftops to the Harbour and Scapa Flow. It boasts its own private and secluded garden with drying green and garden furniture (ideal for a BBQ or relaxing). Although Franklin’s View is heated throughout by electric storage heaters the living room also has a coal effect hearth which adds to the ambience. The kitchen is well equipped with modern appliances including hob, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. There is comfortable seating for four at the dinning table. There are two cosy bedrooms one of which is a double and the other a twin each with cupboard and hanging storage. The bathroom has a fully tiled floor with a walk in

Lagnakeil Lodges & Cottages
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unrivelled location, stunning views only 3 miles from oban "gateway to

Rattra Cottage
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Self Catering Scottish Holiday Cottage in Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway. A traditional modernised cottage situated at the end of a close in the historic heart of Kirkcudbright. Recently redecorated and refurnished this is an ideal cottage for a holiday in Kirkcudbright. Everything in the town is within walking distance yet the property is quiet and secluded. Kirkcudbright is a small historic town on the banks of the River Dee. Recently designated as Scotland"s Artists" Town, it has been a mecca for artists over the years and there are a number of exciting galleries and regular major art exhibitions. Beautifully located on the river, the town also boasts a working harbour used by the local fishing fleet and a marina. There is a small swimming pool and a golf course with many other golf courses nearby. Within a short drive are a number of interesting towns and villages and the Solway Coast with its sandy beaches and rocky shoreline is also within easy access. Accommodation for 6 on two floors. From 270 pound to 420 pound per week. Ground Floor: Living Room. Kitchen with dining area. Sun porch/study. Double Bedroom. Shower room with shower, wash basin and WC. First Floor: Twin Bedroom. Bunk Bedroom with two full size bunks. Bathroom with bath, wash basin and WC. Electric heating * Bed linen provided * Washing machine * Dishwasher * Fridge * Freezer * Microwave * Electric cooker * TV with DVD player and TV/DVD combo for viewing DVDs only * CD player/radio * Small garden area to the front with patio, furniture and BBQ * Secure bicycle storage * Parking space for 1 car * Smoking not permitted. Max 1 dog with own bedding for which there is a charge of 20 pounds per week. Dogs should please be limited to uncarpeted areas and not allowed on furniture.

Boatsroom Self Catering is situated on a peninsula on the east coast mainland of Shetland, approx. five miles north from Vidlin, and one mile north from Lunna House. The Self Catering Accommodation has 1 cottage available to let, preferrably for 1 week or more. The cottage is comfortably furnished and equipped to a good standard catering for a maximum of 4 persons. With 2 twin bedrooms, sitting area, kitchen, bathroom with walk in shower, and office/store. There is a washing machine available, and small drying green with garden. The property has terrific views overlooking Boatsroom Voe. Beautiful, scenic part of Shetland, with excellent hill and coast walks. Only 15 mins. drive to Whalsay and Skerries ferries, and about 30 mins. drive to Northern Isles (Yell, Unst, Fetlar) ferries. Boatsroom Self Catering Rates: There is no minimum stay, although weekly bookings are preferred, and long term lets are welcome. Electricity is included in the price for all stays of 2 weeks or less. If staying longer than 2 weeks, electricity is charged at a rate of 15p per unit. The property is oil heated, and a charge will be made for usage if staying longer than 2 weeks, or for overusage throughout any length of stay. Bed linen and towels are included. No pets and no smoking. If booking in advance of 6 weeks a non-refundable deposit is acceptable of £100. Balance must be paid before entry. Payment by cash preferred. You should consider holiday

Auld Smiddy Cottage
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Beautiful stone country coastal cottage situated on the road to the Mull of Galloway lighthouse, Scotland\'s most southerly point. It has three levels, in door to lovely conservatory, up step to well equipped kitchen, up 6 steps to open plan sittingroom, then up another 8 steps to an open plan bedroom with king size bed looking down to a beautiful log fire. Views from upstairs to the sea, Mull of Galloway and Isle of Man on clear day. Cottage has plenty of parking room. Pet friendly. Ideal situation for walking, cycling, bird watching and wildlife also sea/rock fishing. Price ranges from £290 - £435 per week. Short Breaks

Glen Nevis Log Cabins
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Beautiful log cabin in the centre of the Scottish West Highlands, situated in spectacular Glen Nevis at the foot of Scotland&#39s highest mountain Ben Nevis. Stay in the wild unspoiled wilderness of Scotland - the mountain bikers’, walkers’, climbers’, kayakers’ and nature lovers’ paradise. The cabin was build in January 2008, has two bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen and a washing machine. There is a power shower, TV, DVD, a covered veranda and full central heating. All linen

Ballindarroch House is situated in quiet countryside close to Loch Ness and Inverness in the heart of the Highlands. Originally built in about 1850 as a shooting lodge, this unique Victorian house now provides a very special B&B experience in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The spacious rooms have been upgraded and individually furnished with pieces in keeping with the character of the house. Each bedroom has a private bathroom (bathrobes supplied) with large, genuine Victorian baths to soak in. Come and spoil

Pine Guest House
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Pine Guest House is perfectly located for exploring all that Inverness and the Highlands and Islands has to offer. A family run Bed and Breakfast Guest House Accommodation located within ten minutes walking distance of Inverness city centre and a fifteen minute drive from Inverness airport. The Guest House Accommodation consists of a traditionally built 1850&#39s town house. Pine House is situated conveniently in Inverness for rail and coach stations, restaurants, bars, clubs and all local amenities. Pine House provides accommodation in large spacious family rooms, double rooms, twin bedded rooms or singles, most rooms are ensuite. Cots and high chairs are also available for our tiny guests who are just as important. Our breakfasts are designed to suit appetites however large or small and special dietary requirements can be provided on request. Whether you decide to visit Inverness for a romantic weekend break, bring your family, "Nessie spotting" or perhaps a business trip our aim is to make your stay at our Guest House a memorable experience. Pine Guest House is situated on the A862, one of the popular tourist routes to the North and West of Scotland where you drive through spectacular scenery en route to Skye in the west or north to Ullapool where you can board a ferry and enjoy a trip to the beautiful Hebridean Islands. Pony trekking, hill walking and fishing are popular pastimes amongst the many mountains, lochs and rivers in this area. If a round of golf or a days skiing is your preference then an hours drive north on the A9 the famous links course at Royal Dornoch is a must or head south approximately thirty minutes drive and you reach Aviemore nestled amongst the Cairngorms where during the winter months the ski slopes can be an enjoyable

Seaforth Cottage
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Seaforth Cottage
Seaforth Cottage is situated in the heart of the village, just a short level walk from the harbour, shops and a variety of excellent restaurants, cafes and pubs. The cottage is semi-detached with its own parking area for 2 cars and a large lawned and safely enclosed garden. Completely self-contained it is furnished in a light, modern and comfortable style and the accommodation is all on one level with front door entrance into a large porch leading into the hallway. The cosy sitting room has a colour tv, video and radio/cd player and is divided from the fitted kitchen by a breakfast bar. The kitchen is modern and well-equipped with a cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine and coffee maker. There is a clothes drying area in the garden. The two modern bedrooms each have a double and a single bed and a colour television and the attractive bathroom has an over-bath shower and heated towel rail. Linen and towels are included Electric heaters in all rooms and electricity is on a coin meter. Well-behaved pets with their own beds are very welcome. As the cottage is all on one level it may suit people with walking difficulties. Available all

Loons Cottage
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The Loons Cottage is situated on the edge of one of Britains best bird reserves, \"The Loons\". The location is very quiet and relaxing. We are within walking distance to Marwick Head and the shore at Marwick. There is an abundance of birds and wild life and the cottage is situated on a working stock farm. Ideal location for touring Orkney by car, bike and

Arduthie House
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The land upon which Arduthie House is built is first mentioned in land deeds dating back to 1789 when it was purchased as a site suitable for settlements. The present lovely detached Victorian house was completed over one hundred years ago. Arduthie House has been run as a very successful and well known guest house for a number of years and is justifiably proud of its high reputation for quality, comfort and friendliness. Stonehaven is a lovely coastal town only 15 minutes from the city of Aberdeen and surrounded by many lovely tourist attractions. Arduthie House is the ideal place to relax and explore the North East of Scotland during your vacation. For the businessman we offer a stress free stay away from the noisy bustle of city life yet within easy commuting distance of Aberdeen Arduthie House - the place to stay.

Bayvoyach
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Bayvoayach is a charming period stone villa most beautifully situated in a small village and looking out over Machrihanish Bay with sunsets, seabirds, seals and, on occasion, otters to be seen. The first tee of the Machrihanish championship golf links course is nearby. Within the village there is a pub/restaurant. There are many superb walks in the neighbourhood. One is along the sandy beach to West Port; in the other direction lies the Gauldrens, a dramatic mixture of wild seas, golden sands and cliffs where sometimes feral goats are to be seen.. The nearby town of Campbeltown offers sailing trips, tourist information, supermarkets, shopping, hotels, restaurants etc. Activities include golf, fishing, sea angling, pony trekking and day trips to the islands of Gigha and Arran. On Gigha are the well known Achamore Gardens where the gulph stream enables a large number of delicate, semi-tropical plants to flourish. The island of Davaar, famous for it&#39s cave painting of Christ is at the mouth of Campbeltown loch and can be visited on foot at low tide. The house comprises a hall, large sitting room with sea views, TV/Video, books and children&#39s games. There is a dining room, glazed front and back porches, WC, kitchen with electric oven, microwave, fridge/ freezer, washing machine and tumble drier. Upstairs are a double, a twin and a single bedroom and a bathroom with basin, toilet and bath. Downstairs is a study which can also serve as a fourth single bedroom. A cot, a highchair and a card table can be provided on request. The pretty garden, which includes a drying green, surrounds the house on three sides and provides private areas and a place to sit and gaze out over the ever changing sea. A driveway leads to the back of the house where you may park.

Bluefolds Highland Holiday Cottages
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Stunning panoramic mountain views from Bluefolds Holiday cottages to Glenlivet and the Cairngorms National Park. 4 cottages sleeps from 2-8. Ideal location for walking, wildlife and whisky. Relax or tour the whisky, castle and coastal trails of Speyside and

Devon Valley B&B
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Devon Valley Villa is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac on a corner plot, just outside the small hamlet of Fishcross. From the property there is a fantastic view north onto the Ochil Hills and right in front of the house sits a lovely old windmill tower on parkland. This detached house has 5 bedrooms, breakfasting kitchen, a separate dining room, lounge and separate TV/games room giving great living space and making it ideal accommodation for a large family or groups of friends. The main bathroom has a luxury spa bath to relax in. Devonway walkway (part of the Sustrans National Cycle Route) runs near to the house, providing gentle walking or cycling on the disused railway line. Or for the more adventurous the Ochil Hills are only 2 miles away. The Gartmorn Dam Country Park is close by where you can also walk and cycle. Fishing is permitted in the park and there is an abundance of bird life to be found there. The Shawpark 18 hole golf course is close by. Alloa (2 miles) has a good shopping centre, major supermarkets and leisure facilities. Great shopping facilities can also be found at Sterling Mills Tillicoultry (2 miles). Devon Valley House is located in the heart of the Central region of Scotland making it a great base for touring in all directions. The Historic town of Stirling is only 10 miles away, where you can visit attractions such as Stirling Castle & Wallace Monument. The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Blair Drummond Safari Park, Gleneagles and the Falkirk Wheel are all within easy driving distance. A visit to Knockhill, Scotlands only motor race circuit, is only 16 miles away. With access to the M9 or using the newly re opened railway line from Alloa to Stirling, means Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Fife and St Andrews are all less than an hour away. This is a great location, in an area which has something to offer the whole

This is a delightful, spacious, detached self catering holiday cottage, rated 4 star by Visit Scotland, with extensive views of the hills and valley in which the peaceful village of Finzean is situated. It sits in the large gardens surrounding the owner&#39s house. The modern, bright and spacious cottage sleeps 6 and provides very attractive and cosy accommodation and is equipped to a high standard. Accommodation comprises of hall, lounge, large kitchen/dining area, utility room, two bedrooms, one double and one twin bedded (in addition there is a double sofa bed in the lounge), shower room with toilet and basin. It has it&#39s own garden, sitting area with furniture, BBQ and a ramp to front entrance. The cottage, 7.5 miles west of Banchory, is ideally located for exploring Royal Deeside famous for its Highland Games in the summer. There is a wide range of sporting activities available locally, including hill walking, mountain biking, skiing, horse riding, climbing, fishing, there are 9 golf courses & a driving range within 10-30 minutes drive and an outdoor activity centre within 10 miles providing activities including go-karting, quad biking and 4x4 driving. Banchory, Aboyne, Ballater and Braemar are all within easy reach by car and provide an excellent range of restaurants and shops. Days out can be planned round the variety of the many gardens and castles in the surrounding area such as Balmoral, Crathes, Drum and many more. Aberdeen, the beautiful &#39Granite City&#39, 26 miles away offers much of historical and cultural interest. Farm shop & tea room 1/2 mile, restaurant & pub 2.5 miles. Electricity, bedding and towels included in weekly charge (excluding October to April inclusive). Cot & Highchair available (excl cot linen). Electric hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and washing machine. TV with freeview, DVD, IPod docking station, electric storage heating throughout, lockable

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