Located in a secluded private setting with outstanding views over the Findhorn valley. A path near the house leads down to the spectacular river banks only a few minutes' walk away, perfect for dog walking.
This former miller's cottage which was built over two hundred years ago, offers very comfortable spacious accommodation, double glazed throughout, with an open fire and French doors from the living room leading into the large garden with unfenced mill pond.
The shops and restaurants of Forres are only seven miles away. The Whisky Trail and many old castles are nearby, whilst Elgin, Nairn, Inverness, Culloden Moor and the Clan Stones, the basis for television series "The Outlander", Fort George and Aviemore are within easy reach.
The local area caters for many outdoor pursuits including fishing, golfing, horse riding, walking and river rafting. Not to be missed are the opportunities for watching dolphins along the Moray coast and also the unspoilt sandy beaches of the Findhorn Bay. Not far to the West is Loch Ness and the majestic splendour of the Highlands.
POST CODE: IV36 2QL
Short breaks are only accepted if booked within 7 days of arrival
Damage Deposit £150
Accommodation for 7 over two floors: Ground floor: Entrance Hall; Cloakroom with WC and basin; Living room with open fire and French doors leading to the garden; large kitchen with dining area; one Twin Bedroom. Open tread stairs leading to First floor: one Double bedroom; one Twin bedroom; one Single bedroom and Shower room with walk in shower.
Services include: Central Heating and Electricity include * Open Fire (no fuel provided) * Bed Linen and Towels provided * Washing Machine * Tumble Drier* Dishwasher * Fridge & Freezer * Gas Cooker & Microwave * Telephone * Mobile reception * TV with DVD Player * CD Player * WiFi * Cot & High Chair * Parking * Unfenced garden with Old Mill Pond, Patio, Furniture and BBQ * Maximum of 2 well behaved dogs allowed.
Extras: £20 per dog per week
PLEASE NOTE: The Old Mill Pond is unfenced & within 30 metres of the house