Tain 6 miles. Peacefully situated just minutes' from the sea, this well-equipped, semi-detached cottage makes a lovely holiday retreat. Situated in the friendly hamlet of Inver, it is ideally located for touring the North Highlands. Braemar Cottage is neatly laid out on one level and has a cosy sitting room with comfortable seating for all guests. The well-equipped kitchen has a breakfast area and, for more formal dining, the conservatory provides a larger dining space which overlooks the small, rear garden. This cottage is ideal for guests who want to put on their boots and take a walk by the sea, soaking up the fresh air and fabulous scenery. The friendly town of Tain is a short drive away and has excellent local facilities providing a wide choice of places to eat from bar meals up to elegant dining. The area is famous for its fishing opportunities, boasting the best rivers and lochs in Scotland. This lovely holiday cottage is set in a midge-free area and is just a five minute walk from safe, sandy beaches and is an ideal touring base for discovering more of the Highlands. Within an hour’s drive, guests can reach Loch Ness, Falls of Shin, Orkney Ferry and the West Highlands to explore this stunning part of the country. For sports fans this is an ideal area to visit, with numerous golf courses nearby which includes Royal Dornoch and for those who are fans of fishing, this area boasts some of the best rivers and lochs to take advantage of. A charming property to visit for your well-deserved break.
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All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with flame-effect electric fire. Conservatory with dining area.
The thriving town of Tain dates back to Viking times and is steeped in history. With magnificent architecture and is set only 15 minutes' from the sea, this is a wonderful location where visitors to the area can enjoy walks along the beautiful beaches whilst breathing in the invigorating Scottish air.