Cluny Mains is a traditional detached farmhouse built in the nineteenth century. Set in its own large garden the location is enviable with stunning views of nearby mountains and untouched countryside.
Recently renovated, the property retains its character whilst providing modern facilities. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a lounge, and a relaxing drawing room offer a high level of comfort complemented by a large kitchen/diner, a utility room, a seating porch and a vestibule. Centrally heated and beautifully furnished, each room is equipped to a high standard.
The farmhouse kitchen is the central feature of the house and provides an inviting area for entertaining. The spacious room houses the hand made antique pine kitchen, a butler sink, a cast iron range for cooking and a table with pews to seat twelve. A dishwasher and fridge-freezer are modern additions with the washing machine and tumble drier in the utility room.
To relax there are two reception rooms; the lounge and the drawing room. Both rooms retain their original fireplaces where an evening can be spent relaxing by a roaring fire. The lounge has a television and DVD player whilst the drawing room offers a CD player and the opportunity to read or quietly reflect on the day. Both rooms are furnished with sofas and comfy chairs from which the stunning views can be enjoyed.
The roll-top cast iron bath is an original feature which adds a level of luxury and maintains the character of the house. This spacious bathroom is complemented by two shower rooms.
One twin bedded and one double room are also found on the upper floor. The double bunk room includes four full sized beds which can accommodate four children or two adults and two children. One single bedroom is situated downstairs which, together with the downstairs shower, is particularly useful for those preferring not to use stairs.
The large garden provides a variety of areas in which to relax, picnic, barbecue or play out door games. Overlooking the Spey Valley the panoramic views offer an opportunity to appreciate the tranquillity.
The surrounding area offers boundless opportunities for outdoor pursuits including walking, climbing, bird watching, fishing, golf, horse riding, mountain biking, skiing and water sports. ‘Monarch of the Glen’ is filmed by the BBC in Laggan, Dalwhinnie Distillery (the highest in the world) is ten miles, Ben Nevis within an hours drive and the Cairngorm National Park, the largest in the UK, is on the doorstep.
Prices range from £600 - £1200 per week.
Short breaks available
To book, please contact Chris Earp
Tel: 01462 673410 / +44 (0)7770 576 486