12 Loch Na Leoba Road Newtonmore, Northern Highlands & Cairngorms National Park

01254 704898

Enter into the small vestibule where you can leave your coats and belongings behind and wander into the warm and cosy sitting room.

In the evening this will become your little escape for some 'me time' in front of the log burner.

For more of this, the sun room where you can relax with a good book and admire the lovely decked garden which borders the room. Enjoy preparing those appetising meals in the well-equipped kitchen with dining table (seats 4) before heading into the main dining area (seats 12) and gathering with your loved ones. The utility area holds those extras (washing machine, sink, drying rack) you may need and provides access to the garden for your convenience.

The third toilet with hand basin is conveniently located on the ground floor. Take the stairs to arrive at the front-facing double bedroom situated next to two twins that promise a good night's sleep.

Offering a different style, the master bedroom is home to a king-size bed and boasts an en-suite with a walk-in shower. Close by, the family bathroom benefits from a bath with an overhead shower, and you have all the space you need to get ready ahead of your day.

Prepared to a high standard, all rooms come complete with storage space, hair dryers, USB points and beautiful décor.

Make the most of your downtime by relaxing on the patio area or wandering out towards the enclosed garden.

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