Holiday cottages in the Highlands of Scotland, StrathglassGUISACHAN LODGE
Guisachan,
Tomich,
Strathglass,
Inverness-shire
IV4 7LY

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Sleeps: 6 +cot by arrangement.
Sofa bed available.
Well behaved pets welcome.
Non smoking.

Prices £295 - £695 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Jenny Stirling
Tel: 01456 415400
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
26 Apr, 3 May


Surrounded by wonderful scenery, in an area renowned for quality walking, fishing and stalking, this picturesque 150 year old traditional lodge is set amidst majestic views of Strathglass adjacent to Glen Affric National Nature Reserve.

Guisachan Lodge offers a high standard of spacious accommodation for up to eight people in a tranquil, rural location with the additional benefit of a beautiful large enclosed garden.

Ground Floor  
Generous sitting room with open Victorian fireplace, dining room, sun lounge, room with sofa bed leading through to twin bedroom, kitchen, pantry, utility room, shower room with wc.

First Floor  
Double bedroom, twin bedroom with zip link beds, bathroom with shower over bath.

Facilities:  
  • Linen and towels provided.
  • Open fire, electric storage heaters and oil central heating.
  • Complimentary starter fuel, oil by timer and £10 electricity incuded. Extra electricity and oil by meter reading.
  • Colour tv, video, radio, DVD.
  • Double electric cooker and grill, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer, automatic washing machine.
  • Enclosed garden with furniture.
 Guiscachan Lodge offers more, located amongst some of the most outstanding countryside in Scotland by the Glens of Affric, Cannich and Strathfarrar, it offers a true taste of the Highlands of Scotland - still to be discovered by many.

Yet, easily accessible for Loch Ness (20 mins), Castle Urquhart, Fort Augustus, Ullapool, West and North Coast touring with the highland capital of Inverness and airport 50 minutes away.

Located on the edge of the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, which boasts the largest remaining remnants of the Caledonian Pine Forest, it is the ideal base to explore from. Activities locally include walking, cycling, trout and salmon fishing, stalking, pony trekking, golf and mountaineering, or - just pure relaxation....
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
26 Apr, 3 May



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 GUISACHAN LODGE
Guisachan,
Tomich,
Strathglass,
Inverness-shire
IV4 7LY

______________________

Sleeps: 6 +cot by arrangement.
Sofa bed available.
Well behaved pets welcome.
Non smoking.

Prices £295 - £695 pw.

______________________


For further details please contact:

Jenny Stirling
Tel: 01456 415400
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
26 Apr, 3 May
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Surrounded by wonderful scenery, in an area renowned for quality walking, fishing and stalking, this picturesque 150 year old traditional lodge is set amidst majestic views of Strathglass adjacent to Glen Affric National Nature Reserve.

Guisachan Lodge offers a high standard of spacious accommodation for up to eight people in a tranquil, rural location with the additional benefit of a beautiful large enclosed garden.

Ground Floor  
Generous sitting room with open Victorian fireplace, dining room, sun lounge, room with sofa bed leading through to twin bedroom, kitchen, pantry, utility room, shower room with wc.

First Floor  
Double bedroom, twin bedroom with zip link beds, bathroom with shower over bath.

Facilities:    Guiscachan Lodge offers more, located amongst some of the most outstanding countryside in Scotland by the Glens of Affric, Cannich and Strathfarrar, it offers a true taste of the Highlands of Scotland - still to be discovered by many.

Yet, easily accessible for Loch Ness (20 mins), Castle Urquhart, Fort Augustus, Ullapool, West and North Coast touring with the highland capital of Inverness and airport 50 minutes away.

Located on the edge of the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, which boasts the largest remaining remnants of the Caledonian Pine Forest, it is the ideal base to explore from. Activities locally include walking, cycling, trout and salmon fishing, stalking, pony trekking, golf and mountaineering, or - just pure relaxation....
 



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