This charming end terraced cottage sits in the village of Tomintoul within the stunning Cairngorms National Park in Scotland. The property is all on the ground floor and can accommodate up to two people.
Beech Yard Cottage has one king-size double bedroom, a well-appointed bathroom, fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and open fire.
Beech Yard Cottage enjoys having electric night storage heating throughout, with extra heat provided from the open fire in the sitting room. The kitchen is equipped with an electric cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer. There is also a washing machine and tumble dryer in a utility room. The property also contains a colour TV with Freeview, DVD player and a CD player. The use of all of the electricity and fuel for the open fire is included and guests are provided with bed linen and towels.
Outside the property, there is roadside parking at and a garden with a lawn at the front and a rear garden with lockable shed for bikes. Guests are welcome to bring two well-behaved pets. No smoking is allowed. There are shops and a pub within a five-minute walk of the property.
Local Town Description
The charming village of Tomintoul sits beside the main road that joins Royal Deeside to the Highlands in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park. It is the highest village in the Scottish Highlands and has a good selection of shops, pubs and places to eat. Guests can enjoy walks along the Speyside Trail, the Castle and the Whisky Trail or take a trip to popular skiing destination of Aviemore. This is a superb place for exploring the local countryside and Highlands of Scotland.
Rating: 3 Ticks
Amount of Rooms: 1
Amount of Bathrooms: 1
Max Amount of People: 2
Rates: Low Season Price from £240 - Prices are approximate please use the availability & prices link to check exact costs and any special offers available.
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Local Area Description
From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain’s best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam.