Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Grantown-on-Spey
Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendation in Grantown-on-Spey in the Highlands Of Scotland.
Dunstaffnage Cottage is a converted stable, is just half a mile from Grantown-on-Spey. The cottage sleeps six and has three double bedrooms. The cottage sits within the superb landscaped garden of the owner's lodge. The cottage also has a shower room, a wonderful, light and airy open plan living area with a well equipped, fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Dining and relaxing can take place within the beautiful enclosed shared garden, which contains a pond, summerhouses and garden furniture. The cottage also offers off road parking for two cars. Grantown-on-Spey sits in the centre of the stunning Scottish Highlands. The town offers amenities such as shops, pubs and restaurants and is an ideal location for the many activities the area offers. The area has something for everyone from fishing on the pretty River Spey, cycling, tennis and golf to Castles and Whisky Distilleries. Also the hills and woodlands are a haven for walkers and bird watchers. The breathtaking Cairngorms National Park with its mountains, rivers and moorlands is essential for walks and to unwind and relax. In season, skiing takes place at the nearby Cairngorms and Lecht Ski Centres.
Glengynack Cottage is situated just two miles from Grantown on Spey and offers accommodation for groups of up to six people. Glengynack Cottage is ideal for large families or a group of friends. The property is decorated to a high standard throughout and backs onto a rear garden, from which you can enjoy a spot of outdoor dining in the summer evenings. For the colder months, the property is heated by electric storage heaters and has its own wood-burning stove. There is off-road parking for up to two cars, and the local amenities are only two miles away.
Craigview cottage sleeps a maximum of four people with a well-equipped fitted kitchen and charming living room with dining area. Situated only twelve miles from Aviemore and thirty five miles from the Highland town of Inverness, this cosy, terraced cottage is located on a quiet Grantown-on-Spey lane, within the borders of the Cairngorms National Park.
Bruach Gorm Cottage is a detached cottage set in the grounds of the owner's home on the edge of the Scottish Highlands town of Grantown-on-Spey. The cottage has one double bedroom, two twin rooms and two family bathrooms, making it suitable for six people. The rest of the accommodation includes an open plan living area with a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a sitting room with patio doors. Outside the cottage is off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden. Perfect for discovering this stunning region of Scotland, and close to ski centres, Bruach Gorm Cottage is bound to appeal all year round.
40A High Street is a self catering apartment location in the town of Grantown-on-Spey in the Cairngorms National Park. Set over three floors, this cottage apartment sleeps six people in three bedrooms, consisting of two second floor zip/link king size double bedrooms, a third floor double, as well as a third floor bathroom and a second floor shower room. The cottage also has a first floor kitchen, first floor dining room and a first floor sitting room with open fire. Outside there is shared off road parking and a shared rear lawn garden with furniture. 40A High Street is an ideal base for town amenities, as well as being close to walks, cycle routes, golf and birdwatching.
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