A charming renovated historic townhouse dating back to the 1880’s situated in the pretty village of Beauly, a perfect base for exploring the Highlands with the Capital of Inverness only 15 miles away.
Set next to the ruins of Beauly Priory, for Outlander fans there’s the Clan Fraser of Lovat connection as Outlander hero Jamie Fraser descends from. The author took many of the character names from gravestones within the grounds. The name Beauly comes from the French “beau lieu” or “beautiful place” a comment made by Mary Queen of Scots visit in 1564. The bustling village square, offers varied shops and eating places. Enjoy a round of golf on one of the nearby golf courses, or a spot of fishing on the River Beauly, fishing permits can be purchased from the local ironmongers. A visit to the famous Loch Ness, exhibition centre and Glen Urquhart Castle is a must.
You are welcomed into the delightful accommodation and to the left you will find the spacious open-plan lounge/diner. This stylish space has a colourful dining area to sit and enjoy an evening meal and a comfortable lounge area making it an ideal spot to relax in front of the TV or watch a film on the DVD. Leading from the dining area into the kitchen with views to the Old Priory, the well-equipped kitchen has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and DeLonghi coffee machine. There is also a door leading out to a small decking area where you can enjoy your morning coffee. Heading back to the hallway the staircase will take you to the first floor, you will find the tastefully decorated master king-size bedroom with TV and side views to the Old Priory and the bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Continuing up the next set of stairs to the second floor is the double bedroom with TV (there is some restricted head height due to sloping ceilings).
From the kitchen there is a small fenced patio. Heading outside to the side of the property you will find a small garden area with views looking onto the picturesque Old Priory and its huge ancient sycamore and elm trees. There is ample off-road parking within the residents parking area in front of the property.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.