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Cottages in Easter Ross, Tain and Portmahomack

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Gem Cottage, near Evanton
 4 Sleeps maximum 4 No pets Wifi / broadband Real fire or stove

Gem Cottage    near Evanton

Gem Cottage is a beautiful, traditionally built stone cottage with modern interior set on the shores of the Cromarty Firth. The cottage boasts a number of creature comforts including wood burner, underfloor heating, sauna, freestanding bath and rainfall shower. Steps from the front door to a quiet bay and stone beach. To the rear the cottage has uninterrupted views of the Wyvis range and Fyrish Monument. Sheep graze in the field behind the cottage. On the NC500, only 20 miles north of Inverness.

The Glebe, Kildary, near Invergordon
 6 Sleeps maximum 6 Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband Real fire or stove

The Glebe    Kildary, near Invergordon

The Glebe is a detached cottage situated in Kildary, Highland. It has three bedrooms: one master king-size with an en-suite shower room and WC and two double. There is a separate bathroom with and WC. There is a large hallway with a woodburner. It has an open-plan living room with a fitted kitchen and dining area. There is an additional sitting room with an open fire. It has a utility room, as well as a ground floor cloakroom and WC. Off-road parking is available.

Braemar Cottage, Inver
 6 Sleeps maximum 6 Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Braemar Cottage    Inver

Braemar Cottage is a well-equipped, semi-detached cottage set close to the sea, just six miles from Tain, and can sleep six people. This all ground floor cottage has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a room with adult-size bunks, a shower room, a kitchen with dining area, a sitting room with flame-effect electric fire and a conservatory with dining area. Outside there is off road parking for two cars and a small, enclosed decked garden with furniture. Braemar Cottage is a great holiday cottage.


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