With a feeling of remoteness & yet easily accessible, this beautifully furnished bijou house sits perfectly overlooking the loch at the end of the garden. Great layout with all the mod cons - beds are sumptuous with amazing pillows, bags of hot water & seasoned wood to feed the hugely efficient wood burner, what more could you want?!
Walks and bicycle trails on the doorstep & nature everywhere - make sure you bring your binoculars!
The Visitors book read like something from the United Nations so visit now before it becomes too popular!
On arrival the cottage looks traditional and unassuming, but on walking through the door you are welcomed by a newly renovated and contemporary, yet cosy interior. The furnishings are comfortable and stylish and the kitchen is well stocked with all the necessary appliances for modern living and cooking.
The most memorable part of our holiday was found beyond the cottage, which is stunningly situated on the edge of its own private loch. The trips out in the boats onto the water were the highlight of our stay. I think you could visit at any time of year and enjoy this special location.