The Old Post Office Cottage, Furnace, By Inveraray, Argyll, Bute & The Islands
Situated in the quiet Highland village of Furnace on the shores of Loch Fyne, this former village post office has been refurbished to provide very comfortable family accommodation. The Old Post Office is a charming traditional stone built cottage dating from the late 18th Century and is ideally located for exploring one of Scotland’s most beautiful areas.
Ground Floor - Through utility room to open plan kitchen with stools/sitting area. Through TV and DVD area to dining area to conservatory lounge which is an ideal family area overlooking the gardens. Conservatory opens to patio and private garden. Bathroom with wc, whb, bath with electric power shower over bath. Spiral stairs to first floor. First Floor - Single, twin and double bedrooms.
The Cottage is spoilt by the wealth of history and natural beauty in the surrounding area. There is an abundance of superb walks and beaches w…
Sleeps: 1 to 5
Osprey Hotel, Kingussie, Inverness-shire
The Osprey Hotel is a small family run hotel situated in the heart of Kingussie, next to the Duke of Gordon Gardens.
Kingussie is an ideal spot for day trips in any direction - Inverness, Perth, Fort William and the Moray Firth area. Ednburgh is approximately 2-1/2 hours away by car. We are well served by buses and trains. The railway station is a 2 minute walk from the hotel. Pick-ups can be arranged.
All our rooms are en-suite and have a tea/coffee making tray provided. Free wireless connection available throughout the hotel.
We offer a high standard of care and friendly informality. If there is something that you want - please ask and we will do our best to accommodate your request!
The Highlands is not only one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland but it also has a whole range of interesting places to see and things to do.
We have taken the time to list a selection…
Y Bwthyn Uchaf Cottage & Y Bwthyn Isaf Cottage, Drefach Felindre, Llandysul, Carmarthenshire
The cottages at Clyn Glas have been adapted and extended from an old agricultural building which probably originally served as a cowshed. The cottages have recently been refurbished to a very high standard. They both have their own gardens with B-B-Qs and garden furniture. There are glorious views over the valley and the birds which visit are many & varied. Large birds of prey (buzzards & red kites) can be seen circling overhead.
Both cottages have oil central heating, augmented by wood-burning stoves and immersion heaters, so that they are comfortable at any season of the year. They each have an electric cooker, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer and automatic washing machine, as well as a microwave oven, toaster, sandwich toaster and kettle, .The kitchens are well-equipped with utensils and there is a more than ample supply of crockery, cutlery and table-ware, all carefully chosen t…
Sleeps: 1 to 6
The Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall, Orkney
Welcome to Orkney's largest caravan and camping park, located at The Pickaquoy Centre and only a short walk from the town centre. This VisitScotland 4-star Touring Park has facilities for 80 pitches, of which 28 have electric hook-ups and hard standings.
In 2009, a new £380,000 amenities block was built on the site. This facility includes:
A comfortable lounge.
Fully equipped laundry facilities.
12 individual cubicle style shower/toilet/washing facilities.
4 seperate toilet/washroom facilities.
1 disabled family shower/toilet cubicle with baby changing facilities.
Warden at specific times.
Open from 1st April - 31st October, the site is perfect as a base to explore the rest of the Orkney mainland and the surrounding North and South isles.
4 Star Visit Scotland.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for exact details. …
Teach Altra Self Catering, Glencar, County Kerry
Teach Altra is an old stone house recently restored and extended.
There are two large ensuite bedrooms and can accommodate a pary of five people. There is a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, lounge and peat fir stove. Teach Altra is situated in a scenic location surrounded by the McGillycuddy Reeks.
The house are situated in scenic locations with plenty of local activities to enjoy which include:
Cappanalea Outdoor Education Centre : 2km
Salmon and Trout Fishing: permits can be arranged
Carrauntuohill, Ireland\'s highest mountain: 5km…
Sleeps: 1 to 5
Caer Beris Manor, Builth Wells, Powys
Caer Beris Manor 3 Star Country House Hotel is centrally situated in beautiful Mid Wales, close to the Brecon Beacons, is the former country retreat of Lord Swansea.
Our hotel has 23 en-suite rooms that have flat screen TVs, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and fluffy towels. We can offer you FREE Wi-Fi in your rooms or in the reception area. We have two areas where guests can dine. The first is Restaurant 1896 which provides a seasonal changing menu or we have The Irfon View which has its own bar menu.
For guests who would like to relax we have a freelance therapist who offers various treatments in our therapy room.
Caer Beris Manor is located in an area of beauty in the heart of Wales. We are in the perfect spot for walking, fishing, golfing, horse riding and much more. The spa towns of Builth Wells, Llandrindod Wells and Llanwrtyd Wells are all worth a visit.
Linley Farm Cottages, St Osyth, Nr Frinton on Sea, Essex
Nestling within over 20 acres of privately owned grounds, abundant with wildlife, these holiday cottages enjoy far reaching views over rolling countryside.
This is excellent walking and bird watching country and holiday makers will enjoy walks down to the creek. These old farm buildings have been converted, and are grouped around a courtyard, yet each retaining individual privacy.
The cottages with their mellow decor and quality furnishings, provide complete relaxation in this delightful corner of Essex.
The historic village of St Osyth is situated in the extensive wedge of land lying between the River Stour and the River Colne. Fine sandy beaches stretching for several miles can be enjoyed by visitors to the area.
Shop 500 yards, pub ½ mile.
Fishing for Carp, Roach and Rudd can be enjoyed in local lakes which can be found within a 15 minute drive.
This area is well reg…
Sleeps: 1 to 6
Kings Head Hotel, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Welcome to the Kings Head Hotel in the picturesque Herefordshire town of Ross-on-Wye. This small market town offers an ideal base to explore the beautiful Forest of Dean, the stunning landscape of the Cotswolds, the wonderful Welsh Borders or even the towering Brecon Beacons National Park.
Ross on Wye is a small market town nestling alongside the meandering River Wye. It is an ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside, including the Forest of Dean, The Brecon Beacons, Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. Also a great stopping off point for trips to Cardiff or even racing at Chepstow or Cheltenham…
The Kings Head, which dates back to the 14th century, is situated in the most picturesque street in the centre of Ross. Until the advent of the railways in the 19th century, the Hotel was a small Coaching Inn. During Georgian times an extra storey was added and the facade changed to …