Kilcoy Chalets - Highland, Sleeps 2
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Kilcoy Chalets - Muir of Ord, Nr Inverness, Highland, Scotland - Sleeps 2

Kilcoy Chalets

Kilcoy Self-Catering offers a choice of five holiday chalets designed specifically for couples who want to discover the beauty and magic of the Scottish Highlands. Ideally situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland, the chalets nestle on the peninsula of The Black Isle. With easy access to the cosmopolitan city of Inverness (just seven miles and ten minutes by car), as well as both the north and west coasts of Scotland, the chalets are perfect whether you want to simply relax and unwind or get out and about exploring the Highlands.

For those who enjoy driving on open roads amongst stunning scenery, the North Coast 500 route is easily accessible. Famed for being one of the worlds top coastal roads, you can enjoy 516 miles of jaw-dropping scenery starting and ending at Inverness castle, taking in the North Coast and its many treasures along the way to John O'Groats and back again.

For those who prefer to park up the car and simply relax, the setting of Kilcoy Chalets offers all the right ingredients and is an adults only environment, ensuring the tranquility is not interrupted by children. There is a bus service within walking distance just a quarter of a mile away for day trips to Inverness and the market town of Dingwall (a royal burgh).

The surrounding area offers plenty for outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy lovely walks, cycle rides, fishing, golf, watersports, shooting and stalking.

Local attractions: Inverness has much to offer with a great choice of restaurants, entertainment and fantastic shopping. Glen Ord Distillery is another popular attraction close by that will give you a fascinating insight into the making of Scottish whisky.

Further afield: Loch Ness (with its mysterious monster) is within easy driving distance, as is the historic battlefield of Culloden and the magnificent Dunrobin Castle. Head over to the West Coast and visit Eilean Donan Castle, Plockton and over the bridge to the Isle of Skye (certainly worth the car ride with stunning views along the way).

The Scottish Highlands is magical at any time of the year with its majestic peaks, foot-hills beautifully clad in heather, glistening lochs for quiet moments and rivers teeming with fish. It is steeped in history and rich in culture with myths and legends locked behind its ancient castles and ruins. Once visited, you are sure to want to return time and time again.

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  • Five well presented holiday homes
  • Kilcoy Chalets - just for couples
  • Open-plan living with space to relax, dine and self-cater
  • Kilcoy Chalets
  • Double bedroom
  • Space to relax outside.
  • Surrounded by glorious Highland scenery
  • Kilcoy Chalets
  • A warm Scottish welcome awaits

Facilities

  • Internet Access
  • Pub/Restaurant Nearby
  • Garden/Outside Area
  • Golf Nearby
  • Off-Road Parking
  • DVD
  • Washing Machine
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Microwave
  • CD Player
  • Shower
  • Horse Riding Nearby
  • Accessible via Public Transport

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The lodges are all named after trees (Elm, Rowan, Birch, Beech and Ash) and each sleep two guests. Accommodation is single level with just two steps providing access from outside.

Accommodation and facilities:

  • The chalets nestle amongst tranquil grounds and provide the perfect place to relax and recharge.
  • Each chalet has a double bedroom, shower room, WC and open-plan living room with everything needed for cooking, dining and relaxing.
  • Kitchens have a washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, fridge and cooker.
  • For entertainment a flatscreen television with Freeview channels, DVD and CD player are provided in each chalet.
  • One well behaved dog is welcome by prior arrangement (additional charge applies).
  • The owners manage the chalets and ensure a warm welcome awaits.
  • Bed linen provided but please bring your own towels (or they can be hired at an additional charge).
  • Electricity is payable via a £1 coin meter.
  • Guests have complimentary WiFi internet access.
  • One dedicated car parking space per chalet is available in the car park.

Additional information: Short breaks often available (three night minimum) - please enquire with the owner. There is a cafe/diner within one mile for those who fancy a night off cooking. Strictly no smoking inside.

Prices for 7 nights:
Low Season from £315
Mid Season from £365
High Season from £420
Peak Season £420

Key details:
Star Rating: 3 Star

Pets: Yes, 1 dog
Smoking: No
Children: No
Changeover Day: Saturday
Payment options:
Paypal, Cheque, Bank Transfer

Bedroom configuration:
Sleeps 2 people in 1 bedroom (Double)

Owner's details:
Owner: Lynda Thomson, click Contact Details for owner´s phone number and email address.

Kilcoy Chalets joined Independent Cottages in July 2017

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Bus stops for Inverness on the A835 Ullapool road are only one-quarter mile walk from Kilcoy Chalets.

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Owner Notice Board

Bus stops for Inverness on the A835 Ullapool road are only one-quarter mile walk from Kilcoy Chalets.