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Hamishs Hame, Inverness, Highlands

Hamishs Hame

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Accomplished with flawess quality and painstaking detail, this superb steading conversion provides a luxurious retreat from the world. From its master mason built stone walls, underfloor heating and vaulted ceilings with exposed oak beams to its conservatory with sweeping Loch Ness views, it offers exceptional holiday accommodation. With its abundant wildlife and splendid scenic beauty, the local landscape affords glorious hill walking as well as rambling and cycling along numerous forest trails the Great Glen Way passes nearby and stunning Glen Affric is just 20 miles away. Trips to Culloden Battlefield and Cawdor Castle are a must and Inverness, 'capital' of the Highlands is only 10 miles. Excellent golf courses are found nearby. Pub and restaurant 2 miles, shops in Drumnadochit (5 miles).

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Suitable for Disabled - Easy walking access
Dogs/Pets Welcome
Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
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