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The front of Bobcot of the Pole cottages

Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

This cosy cottage is set in its own grounds, 7 acres of steep woodland. Great fun for rambling and watching the beautiful colours of the trees during summer, autumn , winter and spring . It is a cottage for all seasons. It comes with fishing rights to the mouth of the River Moriston. Fishing is a local speciality. The area is famous for salmon which are often seen leaping the falls. Some amazing photographs can be taken from the old Telford Bridge in the village. Since Victorian times this part of the Loch Ness has attracted visitors from all over the world and yet it remains to the visitor as though it is undiscovered. The village of Invermoriston boasts strong links with Bonnie Prince Charlie who passed through on his way to Skye. Castle Urquart is a short distance away and well worth a visit . Some have used the cottage as a base for touring, some fishing, some honeymooning, some photography, sightseeing, ski ing , tracing ancestors, touring the Nessie Trail, biking, Whiskey trails, and much much more.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Will consider House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Inverness, Nearest railway: Inverness
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player
General Central heating, Video player, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors BBQ
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

A sweeping drive leads to the cottage , which is not remote just a few minutes from the Post office.

The kitchen has recently been renewed and has all one would need for a self catering holiday. Fully equiped for such use.

The lounge cosy and welcoming, the focal point is the log fire place.

Upstairs there is a double bedroom with a double bed and another bedroom with two singles.

A recently installed bathroom/shower/toilet.

Further details outdoors

A sweeping drive leads to the cottage which is set in 7 and half acres of steeped woodland.

The area is wild and unbounded and beautiful at any time of the year. Winter, spring, summer or fall.

Such a get away from the city. It is always hard to leave this place of romance and natural unspoilt beauty.

Many times deer will wander in the woods and sometimes make their way to the drive, a beautiful sight for the early riser.

Too, too much to describe.

Further details

Because the area is set in the Highlands we do not get TV reception, If it is necessary for entertainment we suggest you bring a lap top for your own internet use a dongle usually works. We have provided a DVD player and there is quite and extensive library of DVDs.

Also,

The area is wild and unbounded, there is a small , natural pond so you must decide if it is suitable for young

children.

The Scottish Highlands region

Invermoriston & District

This beautiful village on the west shore of Loch Ness is a popular tourist resort as a good location for touring the Highlands of Scotland and walking the Great Glen Way. The village of Invermoriston’s main industry c1600 like so many Highland villages in the area was forestry, with a saw mill in operation c1640. Places of interest in the village include St Columba’s Well, Telfords Bridge and the Falls of Invermoriston.

St Columba is said to have defied the local druids by drinking from the well upon which they had placed a curse. The Glenmoriston Heritage group have built a viewing platform for this site.

The village expanded from 1813 with a new road system opening up, making access easier with the construction of one of Thomas Telford’s famous bridges, which was built over the River Moriston to help improve Highland communications. The bridge was started in 1805 and was completed 1813.

The River Moriston descends rapidly from a point just above Telford's bridge, but the Falls are best viewed from the old Summer House slightly downriver from the modern road bridge.

Invermoriston is just 6 miles north along the A82 from Fort Augustus and 26 miles from The Capital of the Highlands Inverness and 36 miles to Fort William. If you take the A887 from the village you can travel through the beautiful Glenmoriston and onwards to the Skye Bridge [which is only one hour by car] onto the famous Isle of Skye.

The centrally located Glenmoriston Millennium Hall, next to the main car park, offers a variety of activities and attractions throughout the year and houses the local toilets with the public telephone and bus stop close by.

Loch Ness

Outdoor Leisure

Your base here at the very centre of the Great Glen gives you easy access to the best outdoor locations and sporting activities that the UK has to offer. Renowned for the scenery and the grandeur of the surrounding mountains, nowhere offers greater variety within easy reach than this trio of villages at the southern end of Loch Ness.

Up, Down or Hiking Around

Whether it's climbing the highest peak in the UK, or diving the depths of its deepest and most mysterious lake; sailing or canoeing some of the best coastal and inland waters in the world; trekking an enormous range of hills and glens; fishing the best rivers and lochs for salmon, pike or trout. We have coast-to-coast routes for feet, cycles and boats, and a wealth of welcoming accommodation along the way.

For further information about well signposted walks in the area and throughout the Highlands, try Walkhighlands (Loch Ness).

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Review 1-7 of 7

22 Jul 2014

4/5

"Wunderschöner Urlaub"

Sehr süßes Haus, mit toller Austattung, gepflegt und liebevoll eingerichtet. Die Lage ist gut und bietet einen tollen Ausgangspunkt für Ausflüge. Kleines Manko: vorallem morgens hat man etwas Stra… More

19 Apr 2014

5/5

"Ecosse en Printemps avec les couleurs d'arbres, le lac Loch Ness"

The Pole cottage était comfortable comme promis. Un passage très agréable. La cuisine bien outillée. A courte distance des supermarché pour des courses. Nous avons bien mangé des repas et diners… More

6 Sep 2013

4/5

"Lovely!!!!"

Have just came back yesterday from a few days at this cottage.My Husband and i are both into fishing and had booked 2 days fishing on the river Oich. We didn't catch anything,but it we enjoyed it… More

Thank you for your kind and honest appraisal. By now the housekeeper will have attended to the bulbs and I look forward to welcoming you back at such a beautiful time of year.

Dee

2 Apr 2013

4/5

"Cosy, comfortable and very homely"

Spent three night here. Absolutely lovely little cottage. Kitted out with games and DVD's although you won't need them as there is plenty of things to do localy and wonderful views of Loch Ness literally on your door step. The log fire was a delight in the evenings, kitchen is modern and full of all you could need. Booking was simple and Dee couldn't have been more helpful and accomodating. Would not hesitate to recommend.

Please do return. The cottage awaits you. It is so kind when a guest takes the time to share. Dee

18 Sep 2012

4/5

"Comfortable cottage perfect for sightseeing holiday"

A cosy cottage perfectly located for touring the area. Quiet and secluded. Well equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay.

It was very kind of you to offer this review. You will always be welcomed back. It is such a delight to read that the cottage was enjoyed.
Dee

10 Jun 2012

5/5

"blissful relaxation escape"

This is the perfect place to stay if your looking for relaxation and to get away from it all. we stayed at Bobcot cottage in May for a week . The cottage was clean and had all we needed as a base to… More

Thank you so much for your kind comments and for taking the time to post a review. You will always be a welcomed guest.

14 Nov 2011

5/5

"Silcot Cottage - a perfect stay - we'll definitely be back!"

We stayed for 3 nights, so we could explore the local area and have a relaxing break. The cottage has it all - clean and homely, open fire, well equipped, and in a great private spot away from the hustle and bustle. We had busy days sightseeing and coudln't wait to get back to get the fire roaring and cosy down for the evening. Our dog thoroughly enjoyed the cottage too, with its large private garden to the side.
All in all, a highly recommended stay in the heart of Nessie-country, and we very much look forward to coming sometime.

You are very kind and welcome back anytime.

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Calendar last updated:12 Jun 2014

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