Curlew Cottage is situated right in the heart of the Cairngorms National park and is nestled beneath some lovely Scots pines, and silver birch, with the Cairngorm Mountain range in the foreground.
Abernethy Forest is right on your doorstep where the red squirrel, pine martens, red deer and the famous Capercaillie bird roam, it's a magical place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. This is a well-appointed property sleeping 6 comfortably with plenty of space, it has double-height windows overlooking a large garden and giving plenty of light throughout. Both the lounge and kitchen are spacious with cathedral ceilings exposing the original construction.
The kitchen is large enough to seat everyone around the table to enjoy a great meal and reconnect with one another, it has a well-appointed kitchen with everything you will need to create a culinary delight. In the lounge, electronics include a flat screened TV with basic cable, DVD, CD and Wi-Fi. In-ground heating and a gas fireplace contribute to the comfort and warmth making it a lovely family room to sit and relax, play some board games, or perhaps enjoy a dram next to the fire. Leading off from the kitchen is an open area for taking off your wet weather equipment and where the tumble dryer and washing machine are conveniently positioned, off the utility room also lies the main bathroom with a jetted bathtub which adjoins to the cosy master bedroom. Upstairs you will find a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, and a shower room with a toilet and washbasin for your comfort and convenience. Parking is adjacent to the cottage. Please click the link above for a full 3D walk-around of the property..
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The Cairngorms National Park is the largest National Park in Scotland and is jam-packed with loads of activities, places to visit from castles and whisky distilleries, to any number of outdoor pursuits amid some fantastic attractions. Curlew is well positioned with easy access to the world-famous Spey Side whisky trail, boasting the highest concentration of distilleries in the world, and with the mighty River Spey just a short drive away, you could also enjoy some of the best fly fishing in the Highlands. If you fancy a slightly faster pace of life how about flying through the trees on a zip wire with the team at G2 Outdoor based just a five-minute drive south of Aviemore, or why not try quad biking, mountain biking, sailing on Loch Morlich, clay pigeon shooting or horse riding? The list is endless! The Cairngorms National Park is a destination that has the tourist in mind that will want you coming back for more year after year.
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