Nuide Famhouse is large, traditional Scottish Farmhouse, perfect for exploring the Scottish Highlands and enjoys gorgeous views over the Monadhliath Mountains in the Cairngorm National Park.
This pet friendly house comfortably accommodates up to 10 guests and provides ample space for large groups of families and friends holidaying together in this wonderful peaceful and tranquil location.
Set over three floors, the ground benefits from plenty of spacious and comfortable reception rooms. These include two sitting rooms, where there is a wonderful large sitting room with a lovely open fire and a second smaller sitting room, ideal for those looking for a quieter place to relax. A large equipped kitchen features an electric range style cooker plus all your other modern day appliances such as a microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine. A separate utility room has a chest freezer and a washer/dryer. There is also an informal dining room for relaxed leisurely breakfasts and a separate large elegant dining room, ideal for gathering everyone together for evening meals.
The five bedrooms are arranged over two floors. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and a large twin bedded room. These are serviced by the two family bathrooms. On the attic floor, there are two comfortable twin rooms.
Outside, Nuide House has a lovely large enclosed garden, a fantastic spot for enjoying a BBQ surrounded by the peace and beauty of the Cairngorm National Park.
Surrounded by heather-covered hills and dramatic mountains, it’s a stunning landscape for walkers and cyclists and offers amazing walks and stunning scenery right on your doorstep. Other leisure pursuits such as golf, water sports and horse riding are all available locally. Fishing can be arranged be for guests by the estate.
Nuide House is also only a short drive from the village of Newtonmore, home to plenty of good restaurants, pubs, The Highland Folk museum and The Clan Macpherson museum.
A fantastic place for anyone looking to escape to the Highlands.