Feith Mhor Lodge-A Perfect Place To Unwind, Relax Or Indulge In, Carrbridge

Highland. Sleeps up to 11

Built in the 1870’s Feith Mhor (Fay Mor) is a charming and substantial country house taking it's Gaelic name from its surroundings: great stillness.

All bedrooms have en-suite facilities with linen and towels provided. Relax on cosy nights in with an open fire in the living room.

This Victorian manse dates back to the 1870s and its grand entrance hall welcomes guests and sets the tone of what is to come in the rest of the house. The colourful drawing room is kept nice and cosy by its open fire and the formal dining room is a rather grand place to gather for evening meals.

The kitchen has been kitted out with a double oven and six ring stove to make cooking for larger parties easier with a central island that provides useful extra space for whipping up some culinary delights. In the WC are drying racks that are great for wet coats, boots, etc.

There is a handy en suite double bedroom downstairs and up the winding staircase are the five other bedrooms - two double rooms, two twin and a single room all of which have their own en suite bath or shower room facilities.

It is set amidst delightful gardens and one other cottage that is also rented out to guests, they do have other private gardens to the rear. The grounds for the Lodge are large and enjoy marvelous views to the Monadhliath hills.

Located in Carrbridge, this vacation home is in a rural area and on a river. Strathspey Steam Railway and Lochindorb Castle are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Carrbridge Golf Club and Boat of Garten Golf Club. Traveling with kids? Consider Speyside Wildlife and Cairngorm Reindeer Herd. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Weekly price from £2702

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