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Craigmonie Cottage, Drumnadrochit, Highlands

Craigmonie Cottage
West Lewiston
Loch Ness

Drumnadrochit
Highlands

IV63 6UN | View map
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Craigmonie Cottage is a spacious detached three bedroomed, all with en-suite, holiday home, found in the popular Loch Ness side village of Drumnadrochit. Opposite the local Inn, which serves good beer in its cosy bar and local produce in its popular restaurant and located in the perfect central location to explore the whole of the Highlands easily, this house offers the best of both worlds - great location and access to the area and a spacious, comfortable and private home away from home.

The house offers a large downstairs master bedroom with en-suite shower, sanded wooden floors and a large window overlooking the garden, an open plan living room and kitchen with patio doors leading to a decked BBQ area with outside furniture, a separate dining room and two further en-suite bedrooms upstairs, one en-suite with a bath. The house is bright, spacious and comfortable, freshly decorated and easy to make yourself at home in.

Whether you are a family looking for a spacious, home from home or a couple looking for a very comfortable base to explore the Highlands, with an Inn across the road and Loch Ness on your doorstep, Craigmonie Cottage offers it all - what more could you ask for?

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