Learag Braefindon - Culbokie
Inverness, Nairn & The Black Isle

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Learag - Inverness, Nairn & The Black Isle New this Year

Location: Braefindon - Culbokie - Inverness, Nairn & The Black Isle

Sleeps: 4

Price From: £695 p.w.

Christmas: £995

New Year: £995

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Learag, Braefindon, Culbokie

Sleeps 4 - WiFi - Sorry No Pets

Learag, Gaelic for larch, is a contemporary property located near the village of Culbokie on the Black Isle. Newly completed this stunning property certainly has the wow factor with its striking design and large decked area. The location an ideal base for exploring the Highlands with Inverness the capital just over 13 miles away and further afield the West Coast and The Cairngorm National Park are within driving distance.   

The property is all on the one level with the main living accommodation being open plan; stylishly furnished this area has a large leather corner sofa, comfortable armchairs and a dining table for four. The beautiful kitchen with its breakfast bar has all the usual appliances and equipment any avid cook would need.  The large flat screen smart TV has surround sound and Netflix is provided. The striking windows here offer great views to the surrounding countryside, together with direct access to the decked area to the front and side.  

The double and twin bedrooms enjoy views to the rear of the house, both offer luxury bed linen and towels are provided, ample storage is available together with hanging space. Completing the facilities is a beautiful shower room with a large walk in shower, and a utility area with washing machine and storage for outdoor clothing and footwear.

Outside the best feature must be the decked area to the front and side, with various places to sit including a large corner sofa, dining table for four and a separate table and chairs, no matter what time of day this is an ideal place to sit and relax and enjoy the views to the surrounding countryside. To the front there is a lawn area and to the rear a gravelled area complete with table football, ideal for those younger guests to enjoy, a lockable shed with a tumble dryer is also located her and offers space for outdoor gear and bicycles.

The owners live in the adjacent property and are on hand if needed, although the house does have it's own private space.

The village of Culbokie is located 1.5 miles from the property and has a local village pub / restaurant along with a small shop for groceries. A short drive over the Cromarty bridge will take you to the larger town of Dingwall which has supermarkets, coffee shops and a selection of restaurants and takeaways. The Black Isle has many attractions for visitors, Fortrose and Rosemarkie are lovely quant villages, bottle nosed dolphins can be spotted at Chanory point in Fortrose or visit the beautiful beach in Rosemarkie. Boat trips are also available from Avoch located along the coast not far from Fortrose. Crofters Bistro in Rosemarkie and IV10 in Fortrose are popular choices for dining.

The Black Isle offers a host of spots for tourists to visit including the idyllic village of Cromarty with its wealth of history and array of interesting buildings. Hugh Miller, the geologist and writer lived here and his cottage is open to view. The Cromarty Courthouse and Museum are also worth a visit. In addition the village has a pottery and craft shop, antique shop, cheese shop and the well loved Sutor’s Creek Cafe serving wood fired pizzas and local seafood.

Other activities for a day on the Black Isle include the challenging golf course at Fortrose or perhaps even a visit to the Black Isle or Cromarty brewery.

Learag is the perfect location for heading North on a day trip. Why not enjoy the great outdoors of Dornoch, including beaches, a championship golf course, great walks, breath-taking scenery and wonderful wildlife. It also has a fantastic chocolate shop Cocoa Mountain that sells the most impressive hot chocolates! The town is renowned for its impressive cathedral. Founded in 1224, it was restored by the Countess of Sutherland in 1835, and again in 20th century.

For those wanting to experience more cosmopolitan life the City of Inverness is located just thirty minutes away and offers all the usual attractions including an art gallery, museum and theatre. 

 

 

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Facilities

  • Spacious open plan living area with views and direct access to the outside decking.
  • Corner sofa, arcmchairs, Freeview smart TV with Netflix and surround sound, dining table and seating for four.
  • Kitchen, Induction hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine and all the usual kitchen equipment.
  • Double bedroom.
  • Twin bedroom.
  • Shower room, wc, whb, heated towel rail.
  • Utility cupboard with washing machine. Tumble dryer in outside storage area.
  • Outside decked area with corner sofa, dining table for four, separate seating and table for two.

Included in the rent

  • Bed linen and towels.
  • All electricity and heating costs.
  • Oil fired central heating throughout.
  • Wifi internet access.

Other Facilities

  • Ironing facilities.
  • Indoor & outdoor drying areas.
  • Hair dryer.
  • High chair and cot available
  • Front garden with lawn area.
  • Rear garden with table football table.
  • Lockable shed with tumble dryer, storage for bikes, outdoor gear etc.
  • Off road parking for two cars.

Good Housekeeping Deposit

A Good Housekeeping Deposit of £150.00 is required at the property.

Best Features

  • An ideal base for exploring the Highlands
  • Beautiful contemporary property stylishly furnished
  • Village amenities closeby

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Special Offer

August Discount

Was £995 now £895 Save £100

Available: 28/08/2021 to 04/09/2021

Offer Code: 1924-424B9999