Alvey House is a superior Victorian-styled villa, privately located in the desirable village of Newtonmore in the fabulous Cairngorms National Park and can sleep nineteen people. This cottage has nine bedrooms (eight with en-suite shower rooms), consisting of two ground floor double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), two family rooms with a double and a single bed, two twin bedrooms, a single bedroom, a double bedroom and a super king-size double bedroom.
Late 16th century Ardbrecknish House is in a magnificent Highland setting with wonderful views of mountains and glens. These attractive holiday properties are set amid 20 acres of mature woodland close to beautiful Loch Awe - 26 miles long and Britain’s longest freshwater loch.
This former sporting lodge has been beautifully restored and upgraded in 2016 to become one of the premier luxury holiday houses in Scotland. Occupying a prominent site within the Cairngorm National Park and overlooking the river Spey, it is surrounded by woodlands and a private golf course to the front of the house. If you are looking for a holiday (house) of your lifetime in Scotland, then this is hard to beat.
This spacious detached holiday cottage is situated in one of the most scenic areas of Southern Argyll by the famous ’Bridge over the Atlantic’. Boasting superb uninterrupted sea views and access to the beach across a small field to the rear of the property, it is tastefully furnished, and offers excellent holiday accommodation for families and larger parties. The picturesque conservation village of Ellenabeich with its small ferry to the slate island of Easdale is just a short drive.
This popular holiday home in the north west of Scotland, situated in its own 5,000 acre estate, with outstanding south facing loch-side views. Built as a traditional shooting lodge, today the whole house is available. Set-up in a comfortable and practical way, making it your home-from home.
Two sitting rooms, both with wood burning stoves, dining room seating up to 18. Selection of 10 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The expansive grounds are great for adults and children (plus 2 dogs) to relax in, whilst hill climbing can start from the garden.
Surrounded by silver birch trees and wild honeysuckle, and on a warm night with a light breeze, the fragrance is idyllic, just like this Highland lodge itself.
Built in 1882, this traditional late Victorian shooting lodge is situated in its own grounds, surrounded by mixed woodlands. In recent years it has been fully refurbished, whilst at the same time it retains its warmth and charm of yesteryear.
"In a land steeped in legends of the Bonnie Prince - close to Moidart’s sandy shores..."Where a tree-lined glen opens out onto Loch Moidart and in countryside steeped with tales of Bonnie Prince Charlie, these fine properties stand upon the Kinlochmoidart Estate, within half a mile of the coast and 4 miles from the beach at Glenuig. The Scottish Baronial mansion of Kinlochmoidart House, occupies a marvellous position amidst some of Scotland’s most magnificent West Country scenery.
"Stunning locations in breathtaking scenery..."In a magnificent setting by the sea, Ardmaddy Castle sits in its own bay with unrivalled views over Seil Sound and the world famous local Slate Islands, designated one of Scotland’s National Scenic Areas. Graded ‘4 Star’ by the Scottish Tourist Board, these four cottages (SBZ, SRW and SRY) and Caddleton Farmhouse (UNP) are set in secluded, peaceful locations around the estate and offer an ideal base for exploring this stunning part of the West Coast of Scotland.
Stationmaster’s Lodge is a large lochside house with stunning views of Loch Carron. Our dog friendly house sleeps up to 18 in comfort and is a great base for exploring the west coast, Plockton and nearby Isle of Skye. Ideal for large groups, family gatherings, clubs and groups of friends with amazing loch views, plenty of space and great facilities including a cosy wood burning stove. It’s packed full of character with eight bedrooms, half of them en-suite.
Once through the gates of the 200 acre policy of mixed woodlands, the drive sweeps through the grounds, over the “lover’s bridge” and up to the front of this impressive fortress. The original castle was built in 1607, with later additions in the 18th century, which has belonged to the same family continuously since inception. It is a unique looking castle structure, with a tall imposing 5-storey central double-tower, with two projecting wings.
This is a superb example of an Arts and Crafts designed townhouse, situated in a quiet residential street on the outskirts of Aberfeldy, with spectacular views overlooking the river Tay. Well presented, with original features such as stained glass windows, roll top baths and large bay windows – it is a stylish holiday house that is comfortable to live in.
The house sleeps up to 11 people in its 5 bedrooms. Together with the very comfortable living space this is a holiday house where the emphasis is on relaxing.