on Aberchalder Highland Estate,
near Invergarry, Invernesshire
Sleeping 2 or 3
Leac Cottages a traditional old drover's cottage on Aberchalder Estate standing detached, in the countryside, a half-mile by private track from the Aberchalder Swing-bridge on the far side of the A82 Inverness/Fort William road from Aberchalder Higland Lodge. Secluded, with tempting rock and bracken-strewn hills at the back, it is facing south to the Monadliath Hills, and just a field away from the River Oich where salmon/trout fishing can be arranged.
Aberchalder Estate encompasses some 16,000 acres of beautiful woodlands, mountains, lochs and rivers, along the south side of Loch Oich in the heart of 'The Great Glen' - that 65-mile long rift-valley that cuts across Scotland from Inverness in the north-east to Fort William on the west. The magnificent mountain scenery of The Great Glen shelters the waters of famous Loch Ness, Loch Oich and Loch Lochy - all linked together by Thomas Telford's amazing Caledonian Canal which allows small boats to cross northern Scotland by the shortest route - and Aberchalder, some 37 miles south of Inverness and 27 miles north of Fort William, overlooks the River Oich (fishing available), Loch Oich and The Caledonian Canal.
Heating by night-store and electric heaters. Bedlinen and towels are included. Dogs by arrangement. Smoking is not permitted within the property.
Accommodation (sleeps 3):
- Sitting/dining-room with TV/DVD.
- Kitchen with electric-cooker, microwave, fridge, etc.
- Double-bed room.
- Single-bed room.
- Shower, WC & basin.