A Luxury Boutique Highland Cottage near Nairn and Inverness. Enjoy some relaxation in a modern country design. This beautiful Cottage is set amidst the stunning country side scenery.
Perfect for romantic get-aways and family holidays. Located just a few minutes drive from the stunning and awarded Nairn beach, the famous Cawdor castle and two championship golf courses.
From this superb location you have easy access to the start of North Coast 500 route, the Malt Whisky Trail and Loch Ness.
Welcome to this Luxury Boutique Highland Cottage near Nairn and Inverness. The Cottage is part of the Scottish Estate (Kilravock Estate) and located on a working arable farm. This Cottage is new on the market since July 2018 and has been completely renovated and beautifully designed with a luxury country interior.
This beautiful Highland Cottage is set amidst the stunning country side scenery. Enjoy the 360 degrees stunning free views towards the hills, river bedding and farm land around. Hear the river, be lucky to see deer or a badger, watch the birds fly over your head and breath in that fresh Scottish air.
Perfect for romantic get-aways and family holidays, this Cottage has been designed for couples as well as small families of no more than 4 people.
Through the private farm ground immediate access is given to the famous Salmon and Trout ‘River Nairn’. The Cottage lies conveniently between the towns of Nairn and Inverness with all required facilities and is only a 15 minute drive by car from the International Airport of Inverness.
Enjoy the nature, culture and activities that Scotland and the Highlands have to offer. Visit the stunning and awarded Nairn beach, the famous Cawdor castle, Culloden Battlefield or enjoy a game of golf at one of two championship golf courses that are all only minutes’ drive by car from the Cottage.
From this superb location you also have easy access to the Highland Tourist Route, the start of North Coast 500 route; the Malt Whisky Trail and Loch Ness. Take a stroll through the historic towns of Inverness and Nairn and indulge yourself in local produce.
First and foremost, the Cottage is a holiday home, a calming retreat, a place of rejuvenation and celebration. The order of the day is comfort, warmth, minimum fuss and most importantly authentic to the Scottish Highland living experience. We are proud to say that the Cottage offers you a luxury accommodation and furnishings while giving you a relaxed feel and warmth to the home environment.
The interior design is authentic to the Highlands and respectful of the Cottage character and designed with eye for detail and comfort to make your stay special. Throughout the Cottage you have secure high-speed internet.
It features a master bedroom with a super king-size bed (180 x 200cm) with a pocket sprung mattress, comfy topper and crispy white bedlinen. Enough space to hang and store your clothes as well as a large window from which you see out to the garden, river bedding and hills behind.
The second bedroom offers two single beds (90 x 200cm) with comfy mattresses and crispy white bedlinen. It has a large storage cupboard where you can hang your clothes and hide your suitcases.
The bathroom has a walk-in shower with underfloor heating. Enjoy a spa treatment by using a local range of shampoo, body wash, hand soap and hand cream. The mirror above the sink has a build in light, magnifying glass and is a so called ‘anti-fog’ mirror.
The kitchen is kitted out with a dishwasher, fridge-freezer, double oven and plenty utilities to cook yourself a delicious meal. A coffee maker, kettle and toaster as well as the basic goods like tea, coffee and sugar are there for you.
From the living room you can enjoy the spectacular views to the garden, river bedding and hills. The natural tones and decoration fit the country look. You can light the fire for extra cosiness and enjoy your meal at the farm table. TV is provided for those comfy nights in or just to keep up to date with the latest news and tv shows. A stack of books about the local area, history of Scotland, clans, walking, local wildlife and flowers are there for you to browse through.
For those wanting to explore the great outdoors, no matter how the weather is, there is a dedicated mudroom where you can change, store your muddy boots and hang your clothes to dry.
Outside of the cottage you can enjoy the garden and relax with a book or magazine.
Guests have sole access to the whole property and the surrounding garden. From the main driveway you follow the road onto a sand track which leads you directly to the Cottage.
Adhering to the check-in and check-out times you can easily access the Cottage with the key lockbox and place the key back when you leave. The access code will be provided to you ahead of your arrival.
I will always strive to do my best to accommodate your requests and provide a clean, comfortable and safe environment for you! If it’s an emergency, feel free to call me and either myself or my partner will get back to you ASAP.
Further contact details will be provided in the ‘Welcome book’.
We go to great lengths to make our Cottage as beautiful and comfortable as possible for each guest. The Cottage is fitted with quality fittings and furniture for you to enjoy and feel at home in, therefore we ask for guests to treat the Cottage with care and respect. The property and belongings must be left in the same place and condition you found it. If you damage the home, you may be charged a replacement fee.
Specifically we request;
-Wet or dirty shoes be left in the mud room
-No food/drinks in the bedrooms (besides a glass of water of course)
-No group parties, loud noise or messy behaviour
-No additional guests beyond booking agreement
-Rubbish and recycling removed on departure and placed in bins provided as per instructions
-No objects such as diapers, sanitary towels etc. may be put in the toilet
-Make sure to clean the stove top and inside ovens, baking trays etc after use
-Please do not move furniture around
-Keys returned to the lock box at end of stay. Replacement key fee of £20.00
WINTER. We advise a snow appropriate vehicle for the winter months in Scotland. Usually the weather is pretty mild but we are known to get significant snowfalls at times. It is the guest’s responsibility to be aware of winter weather conditions before arrival, stay and departure and to make any alternative travel plans accordingly. We do not take responsibility for any weather related issues, road closures or delays due to adverse weather etc. Check online weather and road conditions.
Children are welcome, however parents are responsible for their wellbeing and safety.
Thank you for your understanding and we truly wish you a wonderful and memorable stay at our Cottage. Please do reach out if you have any specific concerns or there is anything we can do to make your stay special.
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