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Tourist Board: 3 stars.

Sleeps 4.  Cot Available. 

Pets Welcome by Arrangement.  No Smoking



Self Catering Quality Accommodation

Kinnettas Cottage is a charming stone built cottage  situated in a quiet area of the famous Victorian Spa Village of Strathpeffer .  It enjoys a central yet private location within a pleasant 5 minute stroll to the village centre.   Furnished and equipped to a high standard to ensure as comfortable and relaxing a holiday as possible. The cottage makes a perfect base for exploring the many delights of the Northern Highlands .  Visit the Pump Room where you can sample the Spa waters, The Highland Museum of Childhood, the Pictish Eagle Stone or just take a stroll around the village to see some of the lovely Victorian architecture.   A popular place for  Golfing, walking and Fishing

For further details contact:

Mrs Annette Coli
Tel: 01463 870141

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Low Season - 250.00 pw.

High Season - 380.00 pw.



The cottage has a warm comfortable living room furnished to a high standard with Electric coal-effect fire and oil fired central heating throughout.. Freeview flat screen T.V. and DVD.   The kitchen is equipped with dining table, washing machine, Tumble Drier, Electric cooker, M/wave oven and Fridge freezer.

The cottage sleeps up to 4 people with 1 double and 1 single room upstairs and 1 single room downstairs, all bed linen and towels are included along with the first £10 of electricity.  Toilet and Shower Room are down stairs.

It has a small enclosed garden with sitting area and furniture with lovely views over Strathpeffer.

There is ample car parking space at the front of the cottage.

The cottage is minutes away from the village amenities which include cafes, museums, restaurants, gift and craft shops, a pharmacy, Post Office, a small supermarket and a well stocked bicycle shop also Victorian Railway Station and popular Red Poppy Restaurant for eating out. There's the Eaglestone, an ancient carved Pictish Stone and some wonderful Victorian architecture to enjoy.  A regular summer Saturday evening attraction for both locals and visitors is the Strathpeffer Pipe Band playing in the Square from 8pm with Highland dancers accompanied by solo pipers which makes an enjoyable and photograph evening. With loads of walks locally, an 18 hole golf course, plenty of cycling both on and off road, , you will not be short of something to do !





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