Situated in the centre of the picturesque Holme Valley in Holmfirth, 57 Woodland View is a tranquil haven. This quaint holiday house, which was recently renovated, can accommodate four people in two bedrooms. It’s the perfect spot to refuel with its breathtaking surrounds of pristine landscapes and historic towns and villages. 57 Woodland View is a quiet terrace with views of the River Holme and private parking available on-site.

Presenting “Flying Swans,” a recently renovated three-bedroom holiday property that expertly combines classic English design elements with modern refinement. This charming home is tucked away on the peaceful banks of Batson Creek, offering a scenic hideaway just a short stroll from Salcombe Harbour. It exudes both country charm and tranquilly by the water.

Surrounded by exquisite, verdant gardens Flying Swans creates the impression of a remote haven that offers peace and a close bond with the natural world. Its ideal location, however, guarantees maximum convenience and strikes the ideal balance between a tranquil waterfront hideaway and convenient access to Salcombe Harbour’s lively bustle. Flying Swans embodies style, sophistication, and tranquilly that characterise the ideal Devon hideaway, making it more than just a vacation rental.

Book to stay in Flying Swans and receive a complimentary E Bike for the duration of your stay available on request, a welcome hamper of locally sourced products, land and water toiletries and concierge service during your stay!

Stay at Flying Swans and Enjoy a Complimentary Private Chef Experience! Book your stay at Flying Swans in July & August and elevate your holiday with a complimentary night-off cooking and an exquisite meal from The Salcombe Kitchen.

Swan Lodge is one of just 2 luxury holiday lodges at Hawthorn Hideaway. The Lodges are perfect for holidays, special breaks, minimoons or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or event.

The accommodation at Hawthorn Hideaway comprises of with 2 uniquely styled lodges and 1 special Narrowboat for hire. Adults only, the accommodation is a quirky, romantic getaway set in 2 acres of woodland, adjacent to the green flag awarded, Chesterfield Canal, Nottinghamshire.

Swan Lodge has a large raised decking area and its own covered hot tub. Step inside and there is a super king gilt scrollwork bed, with an extra deep mattress and luxury bedding. Relax on the cream leather Chesterfield sofa while watching the flames of the wood burning stove. A large walk in shower, quality eco toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and towels are provided. A kitchen area has a microwave, dishwasher, cooker and fridge ice box. An outdoor garden space with a large rotating day bed and fire bowl BBQ set is provided. Onsite there is also a wood burning sauna, steam cabin for 2 and an indoor BBQ cabin.

Why not book The Private Fine Dining Experience For 2 in beautiful yurt, 6 tasty menu’s to choose from or want a particular meal? Then out chef will try their best to provide this for.

Owl Lodge is one of just 2 luxury holiday lodges at Hawthorn Hideaway. The Lodges are perfect for couples celebrating a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary or minimoon or for just a chance to getaway for a few days or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or intimate event.

The accommodation at Hawthorn Hideaway comprises of with 2 uniquely styled lodges and 1 special Narrowboat for hire. Adults only. The accommodation is a quirky, romantic getaway set in 2 acres of woodland, adjacent to the green flag awarded, Chesterfield Canal, Nottinghamshire.

Owl Lodge has a large raised decking area and its own hot tub. Inside there is a king size carved mahogany bed, with an extra deep mattress and luxury bedding. Relax on the red leather chesterfield sofa and enjoy the wood burning stove in the living area of this open plan space. A large walk in shower, quality eco toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and towels are provided. A kitchen area has a dishwasher, cooker and fridge with ice box. There is an outdoor garden space with a large wooden day bed and fire bowl BBQ set. Onsite there is also a wood burning sauna, steam room and indoor BBQ cabin, all included in the price of your stay. There is also The Yurt available for massage treatments or a Private Dining Experience (extra charge).

Enjoy a unique retreat when staying in this luxury narrowboat. The facilities are superb and include: private hot tub, garden area with fire bowl, sauna with a view, steam cabin for 2, BBQ cabin and massage treatments. Tick driving this beautiful boat down the canal off your bucket list.

Kingfisher is one of the unique types of accommodation available at Hawthorn Hideaway. The narrowboat is perfect for holidays, special breaks, minimoons or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or event.

The accommodation at Hawthorn Hideaway comprises of 2 uniquely styled lodges and 1 special Narrowboat for hire. Adults only, the accommodation is a quirky, romantic getaway set in 2 acres of woodland, adjacent to the green flag awarded, Chesterfield Canal, Nottinghamshire.

Why not book The Private Fine Dining Experience For 2 in beautiful yurt, 6 tasty menu’s to choose from or want a particular meal? Then out chef will try their best to provide this for.

Perched above the banks of the River Dart and just a short stroll from the centre of Dartmouth, this landmark building part of the historic Bight Boatyard occupies one of the most desirable riverside positions. Boasting fabulous river views in either direction and across to the pretty village of Kingswear, this spacious, traditionally styled and furnished property boasts its own private gym and indoor swimming pool and is a firm favourite for larger groups and holidays with family and friends. A flight of steps lead down to the entrance and first floor landing where you will find four large bedrooms each boasting fabulous views. The front two rooms enjoy access to the upper balcony, one with a lavish en-suite bathroom. A family bathroom serves the other bedrooms and a spiral staircase leads down to middle floor and main living area with wall to ceiling windows and doors that span the width of the room and lead onto the balcony to the front. A great family room with dining table, pool table and comfortable seating area. A separate snug is equipped with a whole host of different games including a roulette wheel and blackjack tables for casino nights in! A spacious kitchen is equipped to cater for large parties and is furnished with a dining table for morning breakfasts and lunches on the go! On the lower ground floor you will find even more to keep the family occupied on rainy days including arcade games and a separate swimming pool with poolside gym, sauna and a table tennis room, all available at an additional cost per week. The two upper levels come with terraces and balconies equipped with patio furniture for alfresco dining and relaxing outside, where you can simply kick back and relax in the best spot along the riverbank and watch the comings and goings of the river traffic. Meander into town and soak up the café culture, your choice of restaurants range from fine dining to award winning fish and chips best enjoyed on the promenade overlooking the river! Take time to enjoy the art galleries, boutiques and the history of this beautiful town, and an evening walk along the riverbank will take you to Dartmouth castle. For days out on the beach, head along the coast to Blackpool Sands, a beautiful sheltered bay with a great beach café and watersports tuition and hire. A round of golf can be enjoyed at Dartmouth Golf and Country Club and for family days a trip to Woodlands will keep little ones entertained. With so much to do at this fabulous riverside holiday home, with the town right on your doorstep, a holiday at Bight Boathouse is one for sharing with family and friends!

About a mile from Stoke Gabriel, on the Sandridge Barton estate, this perfect little boathouse was built in 1760 as a bathing house. It sits in one of the most secluded, private and romantic settings in south Devon where the Dart meanders between Stoke Gabriel and Dittisham. A haven from almost everything, the Boathouse is accessed by walking six hundred yards through a gentle valley and woods. You and your luggage will be transferred by Landrover to the top of the seventy one steps leading down to the house. Inside is extremely beautiful and comfortable, water reflects gently on the ceiling of the lovely, large, oak-floored living space. Floor-to-ceiling French windows stretching the width of the boathouse fold back on themselves, opening the room to the balcony and river scene beyond. Up on the first floor are two bedrooms, both with beams and lofty ceilings to the apex – one with a super king size double bed, en suite bathroom and French windows to a small balcony; and a pretty twin. Right on the water’s edge, The Boathouse is surrounded by a wide, covered balcony with a table and chairs – this might be the best place in Devon for al fresco dining, with thick woods behind. If you can bear to leave, there is lots to see and do nearby; the village of Stoke Gabriel is well situated, with three pubs, shops and a restaurant, and slopes down to a little quay – good for crabbing! There are sandy beaches at Torbay, and the quirky town of Totnes is just four miles away, or you can take a ferry to Dartmouth, or visit the National Trust’s Greenway and Coleton Fishacre. No matter what you decide, you’re assured of an unforgettable holiday at this unique and magical place.

Built in 1840 and located in the idyllic, tranquil riverside location, Cardean Mill is a beautiful property perched between two bridges with picturesque surroundings. Set along the banks of Dean Water and just a mile away from the pretty village of Meigle, known to be one of the oldest villages in Scotland, this former Lint Mill is the perfect getaway for a family or group of friends looking for a calming retreat. This fantastic renovated mill is oozing with character and retains many of its traditional features, including the working, internal mill wheel and the overhead Velux windows which create a bright and airy feel. The large, open plan sitting and dining area is freshly decorated and has plenty of comfortable seating for you to sit and relax after a long day exploring. In addition, the well-equipped kitchen also has all the amenities you need to make a delicious home-cooked meal. Over two floors, every room has wonderful views of the countryside and river. There are four bedrooms within the property, including one ground floor twin with a large en-suite shower room, a master double bedroom that has floor-to-ceiling windows with delightful views, as well as en-suite facilities and another double bedroom with walk-in wardrobes. There is also a family bathroom on the first floor which features a traditional roll-top, freestanding bath. Outside, the grounds within the property are impressive with plenty of space for the children to play, including the play area that is fitted with swings, a climbing frame and slides. The lawned area with furniture and barbecue offers the perfect, relaxing, riverside alfresco dining spot. Right on your doorstep you will find regular sightings of wildlife such as otters, kingfishers, deer and even beavers. With the garden extending over one and a half acres of land and access to the neighbouring woodland, you could even go trout fishing and canoeing which is permitted on the river. Nearby there is plenty to do in your surroundings, including a selection of golf courses – the famous Gleneagles and St. Andrews being only a fourty five minute drive away, an outdoor activity centre and even canoeing and walking and cycling tracks. Admire the stunning architecture and mystique of Glamis Castle or you could even take a day trip to the ski centre nearby! Nearby is the large town of Blairgowrie and the city of Perth which has an array of attractions, theatres, a shopping mall, numerous pubs and restaurants, as well as nightlife. With superb views and placed amongst stunning countryside, Cardean Mill is the perfect getaway for a group looking to relax in a peaceful atmosphere. EPC Rating: Band C

The luxurious holiday home of Edgar House sits in the heart of Chester, Cheshire, atop the ancient Roman Walls overlooking the magnificent River Dee and weir. The property enjoys a central location with many bars, restaurants, cafés, shops, the famous racecourse and Grosvenor Park just a short stroll away, making it the perfect setting for a large family of sixteen’s self-catering break. Internally, Edgar’s exquisite interiors offer a wonderful blend of tradition, bold, contemporary design, and conveniences. It’s a wonderful place for family get-togethers, with a beautifully furnished and contemporary open-plan living space, perfect for entertaining in the evening, thanks to the Smart TV and Bluetooth surround sound, as the designated chef cooks up a storm, utilising a wealth of quality appliances along the way. Take dinner outside to the spectacular garden patio, once described by renowned travel writer Alistair Sawday as “Chester’s equivalent of the Royal Box”; there is plenty of external seating to sit back and savour your favourite drink whilst listening to River Dee flow by. After dinner, why not retreat to the cinema/TV room and enjoy a movie on the large Smart TV, or to the games room, a fabulous space enjoying a Bluetooth jukebox, and a range of entertainments, including darts and table football. Alternatively, you can settle down in the library/snug and curl up with a captivating book. When you’re ready to catch some sleep, there are seven well-presented en-suite bedrooms, spread over two floors, accommodating up to 16 guests. Three of the bedrooms have super-king-size beds and four offer zip/link beds for added flexibility. One of the rooms, the family room, has its own private lounge area with a double sofa bed – as well as a freestanding copper bath; ideal for those seeking a little bit of privacy away from the larger group! Chester has been dubbed “the jewel of the North-West of England,” and one of the most fascinating aspects of the city is that it contains remnants of every period of history, from Roman walls and amphitheatres to medieval churches, Elizabethan and Georgian architecture, to Victorian restorations and twenty first-century buildings. The city has a lot to offer visitors, such as superb shopping in and around the renowned Tudor ‘Rows’ and delightful strolls along the historic, Roman Walls, alongside the River Dee, and through the beautiful Grosvenor Park. Tour Chester Racecourse, spend the day at the world-famous Chester Zoo or wander around the breath-taking cathedral. The spectacular Welsh highlands, including the Cader Idris and Eryri (Snowdonia) ranges, the seashore, the picturesque market towns and villages of Cheshire, and the Wirral Peninsula with its world-class golf courses are all within easy reach. For a truly spectacular getaway for all the family, in a marvellous location with riverside views, choose Edgar House.

Resting in the small village of Stoke Bruerne, within a short drive to the more lively Roade, is this three-storey terraced house, 4 Canalside Cottage. Set over three floors and sleeping up to two guests, 4 Canalside Cottage is a charming and homely setting for your next Northamptonshire adventure, within easy reach of The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Gulliver’s Kingdom Theme Park.

With off-road parking, leading you to the house’s ground floor where there is a kitchen/diner, ready to rustle up an evening meal with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dining table with four chairs. On the first floor there is a sitting room with a two-seater sofa, so you can look forward to cosying up, then two armchairs and a TV, there is also a shower room with basin and WC. Once the sun has set you can go up to the second floor where there is a double bed situated in a bright room, with ample storage space to unpack your belongings and make you feel right at home.

Outside the front of the property is a small patio that looks out onto the canal.

Samwill Cottage is an 18th Century stylish and characterful holiday cottage located in Cumbria, just one mile from River Crake and the southern shores of Coniston Water in Lake District National Park. This dog-friendly holiday home has a stunning enclosed garden/patio and is furnished with a table and chairs for eight guests and has a BBQ. There is also a large balcony, overlooking the river.

Sleeping up to 8 guests there is plenty of space to relax and cosy up to the log fires or even entertain in the separate games room. There are four double bedrooms, all fitted with en-suite bath and/or shower rooms, the ideal configuration for a large family or friends getaways.

There is private off road parking for four cars and the cottage has an EV charger in the parking area.

Get away from the hustle and bustle and escape to this beautiful off grid holiday home in North Devon.

Close to the stunning North Devon coast; Woolacombe, Saunton, Croyde and Putsborough beaches are just a few minute’s drive away and beautiful Exmoor National Park is within easy reach too. There are wonderful countryside walks from your door to the neighbouring village with community shop & excellent pub or explore further afield.

The property is delightfully situated in a peaceful rural setting with only the sounds of nature – the River Caen as it trickles by, the surrounding oak trees, gentle birdsong and night time owls.

Perfect for a romantic retreat for two or a family escape for four, the choice is yours. The Linhay is ideal for couples but large enough for two singles to share in comfort as well – on a king-size bed on the mezzanine and a double futon sofabed in the living area.

Although off-grid, the property is extremely cosy all year round with it’s fabulous wood burner keeping you toasty warm and providing a small oven too so you can try your hand at baking in a woodfired oven – perfect for warming your scones from the complimentary Devon cream tea!

Off grid with mod cons
There’s a well-equipped kitchen with four burner gas hob.
The en suite shower room has a good-sized shower with hot water on demand (no need to light a fire first!) as well as a basin and a proper flushing loo, giving you modern comfort in a traditional off-grid setting.

Lighting in the Linhay is powered by Solar PV and a battery storage system, there are also several rechargeable lanterns and a DAB radio.

The property is dog friendly, with one dog very welcome – but do contact the owner direct as they can be flexible if you would like to bring two dogs.

Outside you can relax in the hammocks and simply take in the sounds of nature. There’s a rustic table and benches for outdoor dining, Adirondack chairs for a relaxing cuppa or enjoy the firepit and amazing star-fields in the evening. There’s ancient woodland and wildflower meadows to explore and a beautiful riverside glade with a yoga deck – perfect for morning sun salutations, picnics & relaxing. These spaces are yours to enjoy exclusively, ensuring total privacy and ultimate relaxation.

Off Grid – what it means…
Home comforts in harmony with nature – the Linhay is not connected to the National Grid so has no mains services, no power sockets or wifi. There are power sockets, recharging points for lanterns and phones as well as a fridge freezer by the parking area for exclusive use of Linhay guests. If you are on Vodaphone or O2 you will have a good 4g signal in the Linhay & surrounding area – (guests have used this to work from home), BT and EE signal is a bit patchy but fine for texts & calls.
Cooking is on a gas hob, BBQ, small wood-burner oven or over the fire pit with unlimited hot water for washing & washing up provided by a gas boiler. The Linhay’s water is from a spring fed well which is treated and tested to ensure it is the purest spring water for drinking. You’ll find it makes an excellent cuppa and tastes delicious as it contains no chemicals and all the other nasties associated with mains water.

The cottage offers quality accommodation and is ideal for holidays and special breaks. The property simply oozes character and charm combined with all the modern conveniences you could need during your stay.

Pool View is one of just two delightful holiday cottages at Tredington Mill in Warwickshire. Set on its own island, this historic mill is in a spectacularly beautiful part of the River Stour. The cottages are near Stratford-upon-Avon, this 18th century water mill is perfect for exploring the Cotswolds and Shakespeare Country.

Both Pool View and Puddle Cottage have been given a four-star rating by VisitEngland and are available for short or long self-catering holiday breaks. Both have river-front access, stunning views, and provide a marvellous stepping off point to explore the quiet glories of Warwickshire and the Cotswolds.

Ideal for families and couples the cottage is perfect for relaxing breaks in a beautiful rural setting. Sit back and enjoy the unspoilt view of the mill stream and its island, teeming with wildlife just a few feet away.

Puddle Cottage is one of just two delightful holiday cottages at Tredington Mill in Warwickshire. Set on its own island, this historic mill is in a spectacularly beautiful part of the River Stour. The cottages are near Stratford-upon-Avon, this 18th century water mill is perfect for exploring the Cotswolds and Shakespeare Country.

Both Puddle Cottage and Pool View have been given a four-star rating by Visit England and are available for short or long self-catering holiday breaks. Both have river-front access, stunning views, and provide a marvellous stepping off point to explore the quiet glories of Warwickshire and the Cotswolds.

Viewpoint is located nearest to the stepping stones across the River Rothay at the end of the terrace. Ideal for a Lakeland holiday or special break Rivers Edge makes the perfect base to explore the Lake District. Furnished and fitted to a high standard to property is located in a peaceful setting with river and Lakeland scenery views.

Viewpoint is a beautiful holiday cottage at the gorgeous eco getaway known as Riverside Terrace. In a picture postcard setting at the foot of Loughrigg Fell in Rydal just outside of Ambleside, this unusual five star gem offers contemporary luxury. A curved stone-faced property with features such as floor to ceiling glazing, log burners, underfloor heating, gorgeous bathrooms, big comfy beds and lovely furnishings.

Built on the Stepping Stones Estate once owned by the renowned Lakeland poet William Wordsworth’s son; if this place doesn’t inspire you to put pen to paper you’re sure to want to capture it in photos. Explore the World Heritage Lakeland countryside straight from your door; whether its walking, climbing, cycling, boating, riding, visiting historic houses, or simply taking in the fabulous views.

Take a break from it all and stay at this quality holiday cottage for four. Ideal for a Lakeland holiday or special break Rivers Edge makes the perfect base to explore the Lake District. Furnished and fitted to a high standard to property is located in a peaceful setting with river and Lakeland scenery views.

Rivers Edge is a beautiful holiday cottage at the gorgeous eco getaway known as Riverside Terrace. In a picture postcard setting at the foot of Loughrigg Fell in Rydal just outside of Ambleside, this unusual five star gem offers contemporary luxury. A curved stone-faced property with features such as floor to ceiling glazing, log burners, underfloor heating, gorgeous bathrooms, big comfy beds and lovely furnishings.

Built on the Stepping Stones Estate once owned by the renowned Lakeland poet William Wordsworth’s son; if this place doesn’t inspire you to put pen to paper you’re sure to want to capture it in photos. Explore the World Heritage Lakeland countryside straight from your door; whether its walking, climbing, cycling, boating, riding, visiting historic houses, or simply taking in the fabulous views.

Laggan cottage is delightfully situated in gorgeous countryside in the Cairngorms in Scotland. Laggan Cottage has been extensively renovated to very high standards and offers quality accommodation for up to 6 guests. We hope our guests respect the beauty and work that is done to make it so beautiful.

We would like to mention that the last half mile is off the beaten track and that a low by the ground sportscar not the best option is to drive to Laggan. But it’s definitely worth it!

Stay in this gorgeous holiday cottage that can accommodate up to four guests in total comfort. The cottage is delightfully situated in the heart of Teesdale, near Barnard Castle and the North Pennines AONB and close to the Yorkshire Dales. The cottage has been refurbished to a very good standard with original wall cupboards, beams and fireplaces retained. Furnished with country antiques and paintings and photographs of local interest Boot & Shoe cottage simply oozes character and charm. The cottage is cosy and the sitting room with its wood burning stove, comfy sofas has views over the front garden and fields. The fully equipped kitchen / dining room has French windows opening on to the garden with steps down to the river.

Set in the heart of Teesdale, part of the North Pennines AONB, one of England’s most beautiful and unspoilt areas, Boot and Shoe Cottage in Wycliffe is about six miles east of the historic market town of Barnard Castle and makes an ideal base for exploring the surrounding country.

This is your chance to stay in this beautiful holiday cottage for couples, small families or friends. Delightfully situated in a small valley of unspoilt countryside which slopes down to the River Severn. Dating from the early 19th Century, The Nest has been refurbished to a very high standard and can accommodate up to four guests in total comfort. There are two bedrooms: a master with en-suite and a twin bedroom. There is also a family bathroom with roll-top bath and a second shower. The chef in the party will love the contemporary kitchen with modern fittings and everything you will need during your stay. The cosy, double-aspect lounge is a place to relax and plan tomorrow’s adventures. With a real wood burner and sumptuous, warm décor it is simply delightful.

This is the ideal luxury base from which to explore the beautiful surroundings of Worcestershire, Shropshire and the Cotswolds.

There are lots of places to visit, things to see and activities to do here in Worcestershire and beyond. Whether you love to ramble, visit places of interest, immerse yourself in history or just shop ’till you drop, there’s something for everyone just a short drive away from The Nest.

Escape together and discover The Bothy. This charming one bedroom bolthole is surrounded by spectacular Northumberland scenery and is cosy and delightfully presented. With an elevated position and stunning views across the local countryside you will.

The Bothy is one of just three beautiful holiday cottages at Stay on the Hill. Perfectly located to explore the Tyne Valley, Hadrian’s Wall and so much more. For those who love incredible scenery, panoramic views and wonderful walking countryside this is the place for you.

Northumberland has without a doubt some of the most stunning scenery and wildlife around and plays host to some of the best beaches in the country, this is probably why people keep coming back time after time. It is England’s most northern county and offers two Areas of Outstanding Beauty the least populated National Park in the UK, more Castles and Historic Sites than any other county, attractive countryside and a glorious Heritage coastline.

Laverick Cottage is a delight from the moment you walk through the door. This luxury three bedroom country cottage has been restored and furnished to a very high standard. Ideal for families and friends for a short break, walking holiday or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion the cottage is just a stone’s throw from Hadrian’s Wall. If wonderful rural views are your thing here you have outstanding views over the North Tyne and surrounding Northumbrian countryside.

The Laverick cottage is the ideal escape for those looking to explore the delights of rural Northumberland.

Laverick Cottage is one of just three beautiful holiday cottages at Stay on the Hill. Perfectly located to explore the Tyne Valley, Hadrian’s Wall and so much more. For those who love incredible scenery, panoramic views and wonderful walking countryside this is the place for you.

Northumberland has without a doubt some of the most stunning scenery and wildlife around and plays host to some of the best beaches in the country, this is probably why people keep coming back time after time. It is England’s most northern county and offers two Areas of Outstanding Beauty the least populated National Park in the UK, more Castles and Historic Sites than any other county, attractive countryside and a glorious Heritage coastline.

Milton Lodge is a stunning holiday home for extended family and friends for celebrations, special breaks and group getaways. Built in Georgian style the house can accommodate up to fourteen guests in total comfort.

There are fabulous social areas for dining and relaxing together. Furnished and fitted to a very high standard the house offers elegant and sophisticated surrounding but with a homely feel. Two lounges are one with an open fire for guests to relax and plan the next day’s adventures. Outside the gardens and views are just as impressive with beautifully kept, mature grounds lead down to the River Spey (both fishing and wild swimming are possible here). We think Milton Lodge may well be the perfect choice for your next group stay in Scotland.

Nestled amidst Strathspey’s woodlands with stunning Cairngorms views, Mountain View Lodge is a cozy Alpine-style retreat for up to nine guests, featuring a hot tub.

The lodge’s open-plan layout is perfect for families, with two ground-floor bedrooms, a master bedroom with an ensuite, and a charming bunk room upstairs. An additional living room on the upper floor offers mountain vistas, while the outdoor spaces include a patio for alfresco dining and a hot tub in an enclosed garden. The garage doubles as an entertainment space.

Ideally located in the Cairngorms National Park, the lodge provides easy access to outdoor activities and attractions. Please note the family-friendly neighbourhood setting.

Nestled in the seclusion of a Scottish glen, Findhorn Lodge offers stylish accommodations for up to sixteen guests. If your ideal getaway involves escaping to a tranquil Highland estate lodge, Findhorn Lodge promises an unforgettable experience.

Findhorn Lodge serves as an excellent starting point for action-packed day trips, situated halfway between the lively town of Aviemore and the Highland capital of Inverness. You can explore Loch Ness, visit Landmark Adventure Park, or partake in the myriad of adrenaline-pumping activities available around Aviemore.

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