Loch Ness Hideaways:- Rowan Cottage

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Description from the owner

  • Cabin
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cabin

Loch Ness Hideaways:- Rowan Cottage

Step back in time as you enter this charming timber cottage with its tranquil atmosphere and old world ambience.

Styled on the hill bungalows of Kashmir. it was built in 1934 by a relative on her retirement from a life working in India. On arrival Rowan Cottage offers a traditional Highland welcome - a welcome cup of tea, a "dram" of Scots whisky, and some shortbread. Flowers, candles and other special touches make you feel instantly at home and a phone line and free wi-fi means you can keep in touch with the outside world if you choose to!

The cottage has about an acre of wild garden of heather and trees, and is situated beside a very minor ...Read more

About the owner

Alex and Janet Sutherland

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  • Overall rating
    4.9 / 5.0 based on 19 reviews


Loch Ness Hideaways:- Rowan Cottage
Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands & Islands, Scotland

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Additional Location Information

Rowan Cottage has off-road parking and is situated on the quiet side of Loch Ness, with wonderful scenery. Forest walks, the South Loch Ness Trail or the Trail of the Seven Lochs invite exploration, and there are several small lochs for trout fishing. If you have never fished before but would like to try, Alex offers a day or half days fishing tuition for beginners. More experienced anglers can enjoy a great day out with him too. If you prefer to relax,you canenjoy a session of Reiki or Indian Head Massage with Janet. A local loch has a small sandy beach (only known to locals!) with good, safe swimming, and there is a shop, Post Office and cafe at Foyers just 4 miles away. - great for a coffee or lunch after visiting the Falls of Foyers.

Centrally situated for touring, Cairngorm National Park, Fort William and Glencoe, Skye and the white sand beaches of the north-west are all within easy reach or you may prefer to relax locally, , try some Nessie spotting, dolphin watching on the Moray Firth, or go walking, swimming or birdwatching. The RSPB have a hide nearby, where you may see Slavonian Grebes, or Inverness is a half hour's drive, for some retail therapy, and local Hotels provide good food if you don't feel like cooking.

More About This Location

Lake nearby, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest train station: Inverness, 18.5 miles
Nearest airport: Inverness (Dalcross), 29 miles
Car is essential



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