£240,000 Fixed price
Capercaillie Cottage is a bright and roomy modern cottage that looks out over private gardens across Loch Dochart to the castle ruin on the island and pleasant walks along the old dismantled railway line.
This elegant modern cottage has been built specifically for larger groups and families on the holiday market and supplies everything you need for a real luxury stay.
Comprising of 4 spacious bedrooms, 3 of which are double located upstairs and a twin bedroom with ensuite facilities designed with a walk in wet room located downstairs. It is the perfect property should anyone in your group prefer reaching their sleeping quarters without stairs.
Step out onto your large private patio on a bright morning, and the view across Loch Dochart to the steep glenside will take your breath away. Then look on the other direction and the view of Ben More will stop you in your tracks again!
Capercaillie Cottage can sleep up to 8 people and boasts a spacious brand new open plan kitchen with large breakfast bar leading to a dining area. The flooring is finished in a light grey wood effect laminate through the kitchen, dining, living area and downstairs hallway. French doors lead to a large living area with wrap around leather suite and a sliding, double glazed patio door leading to a private patio with garden furniture and unrestricted views over Loch Dochart, Glen Dochart and the castle ruin on the island. A truly magnificent Highland setting and a view that will be hard to beat from a self catering holiday property in Scotland.
With all the comforts from home (and more) Capercaillie is equipped to a beautiful 4 star standard with a king size double sleigh bed in the master bedroom with ensuite shower room, a king sized bedroom and a further double bedroom with shared family bathroom and finally large beds in the downstairs twin bedroom with ensuite shower room.
Capercaillie Cottage is situated on the North side of the Portnellan Estate and has a magnificent setting with a true Highland landscape all around. Often complimented by the abundance of bird and wild life that an be seen on the estate it is not unusual to see the deer meandering off the hill and passing nearby the cottage.
The Portnellan Estate has been privately owned by the same family for well over 35 years and offers fantastic facilities to include fresh run salmon and trout fishing on the estate lochs and river, mountain bikes with plenty of trails on and off road for all abilities. Canoes and rowing boats on the river and loch are available free of charge. Clay pigeon shooting can also be arranged.
Wifi is available throughout the estate as well as weber gas BBQ hire, DVD library and a large selection of board games. We can offer a selection of organic meat products fresh from a farm locally. perfect for the BBQ or home cooking.
Capercaillie Cottage is so centrally located for exploring Central/West Scotland with known landmarks only a short distance away. Oban 45 mins, Stirling, Fort William and Glasgow just over an hour. Edinburgh 1.5 hours. Glen Coe and all it beholds is less than 40 mins drive and the bonnie shores of Loch Lomond are 20 mins by car. Other areas include the truly beautiful Glen Lyon and Loch Tay, Glen Etive, Glen Lochay and Glen Orchy all within the local area.
Whether you are looking for the adrenaline rush of adventure or lazy days on your doorstep, out and about on the many hills in the local area or exploring one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland, Portnellan and Capercaillie Cottage offers the warmest welcome on your return.
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