Set in over 7 acres of private grounds
This traditional single storey, detached cottage is situated on a working sheep and arable farm, between Aviemore and Fort William. Set in over 7 acres of private grounds it enjoys panoramic views of mountains and glens including the stunning Ben Nevis Range.
The cottage offers a good standard of accommodation with a large farmhouse kitchen/diner and living room with real open fire and stunning views. Although secluded, it is not isolated as it is easily accessible, with pubs and restaurants close by.
Walking, climbing, skiing, fishing, mountain biking, canoeing and sailing are all available in the area. There is also an abundance of wildlife on your doorstep.
Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
All on ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. 3 bedrooms: 2 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.
Open fire in living room (initial fuel inc). Solid fuel CH and elec inc (£25pw Nov-Apr). Bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. Satellite TV. Video and small library. DVD and small library. Stereo/CD. Elec cooker. W/machine. T/dryer. Freezer. Lawned garden and furniture. Built-in BBQ. Ample parking. Natural water supply from spring.
Customer Reviews of Mountain View, Spean Bridge, sleeps 6
1st comment: We had a fantastic week, early April, with a bit of everything weather wise. It snowed 3 evenings in a row but melted each day so we were not hindered at all, and it was lovely to see the snow on the mountains. If you fancy fish and chips, avoid the chippy at Spean Bridge, call at Fort William instead, much nicer and better value! March 2012.
2nd comment: Lovely little cottage perfect for Fort William, little too far for skiing in Cairngorms (although we did as Nevis had no snow). Nice walk up to a little church on the hill, just beware of the sheep. Sheep were an interesting sideline for our 4 little darlings especially when they jumped the fence and bleated at the windows. April 2011.
3rd comment: Location , homely and comfortable. Also little touches like a welcome whisky, sewing kit, games, cds and dvds were very thoughtful. July 2009.
4th comment: Lovely cosy cottage with beautifull views. Aug 2009.
5th comment: The cottage was situated away from the road and from other properties. The kids could make as much noise as they wanted and the adults got plenty of peace and quiet in the evenings. The kitchen was well stocked with all utensils. Bedding was comfortable and extra blankets provided if needed. There was a folder with lots of ideas of things to do and a very nice welcome drink awaited us. Aug 2009.
6th comment: Fantastic views. Very cosy, comfortable cottage. Excellent area to explore and superb for walking. March 2008.
7th comment: This is the ideal place for a true family holiday. Aug 2008.
8th comment: A most peaceful and relaxing holiday in the majesty of the highlands. Our stay at Mountain View was a tonic for the soul. Good value for money and a high standard of accommodation. The owners were also very helpful and provided a warm welcome. Sept 2007.
9th comment: Real fire was very easy to use as owners provided kindling and wood was all included cut and ready in shed. There were plenty of cups/plates/etc so we didn’t have to wash up every 5 mins. The "secret" valley was a safe and wonderful place for the children to explore. The views were marvelous. Good pub food in Roy Bridge 5 mins drive. I could go on...Oct 2007.
10th comment: House better than expected, very comfortable, well positioned, very well equipped and very clean. Dec 2008.
11th Comment Cottage has stunning views. Sept 2008.
12th Comment The property was very spacious and private with great scenic views all round. Oct 2006.
13th Comment The owner was extremely helpful and accommodating elderly parents and general enquiries regarding the local area/facilities etc. The views from the cottage are outstanding. May 2006.
14th Comment Owner was very nice and helpful, views around cottage amazing. Aug 2006