Upper Foyers Apartment, Loch Ness - Sleeps 4

The picturesque old village of Upper Foyers is in woods and hills on the quiet south side of Loch Ness and is an ideal choice for a peaceful Highland holiday. Foyers offers much outdoor enjoyment ....
Property Reference: IN625 Sleeps: 4 Week rental Starts: Saturday

prop ref:  IN625   sleeps: 4    start day: Saturday

 

The picturesque old village of Upper Foyers is in woods and hills on the quiet south side of Loch Ness and is an ideal choice for a peaceful Highland holiday. Foyers offers much outdoor enjoyment with a well maintained 22 mile network of paths for walkers (maps and guides provided), fishing, cycling, mountainbiking, birdwatching, abundant wildlife, quiet scenic picnic spots and magnificent views of Loch Ness and the spectacular surrounding hills, crags and lochans. Despite this rural tranquillity, the Highland capital city of Inverness is only 30 minutes drive and provides shops, cinemas, theatre and swimming pool. Exploring further by car can take you to Skye, Ullapool,Fort William or Speyside. The village of Foyers has a shop, tea room, hotel restaurants and bar.

This ground floor flat is part of a traditional terrace round the village green and provides comfortable holiday accommodation with views over the green to the forests and distant hills. Furnished in a simple and homely style, the living area opens out onto a small lawned garden (open to the green) with garden bench and there is a safe, equipped childrens' play area on the green.

1 double bedroom with king size bed and 1 twin room with 2' 6' wide beds, open plan lounge (with sofa bed)/dining area/kitchen, bathroom. All electric plus coal/wood-burning stove. Fridge, freezer, microwave, mini stereo system. Bed linen is provided.

Customer Reviews of Upper Foyers Apartment, Loch Ness - Sleeps 4

"Great to relax & watch the world go by" 5 of 5 stars The flat is just right for 4 people and very clean. It was good to have no TV, which meant we spent more time as a family. Mobile phone reception was limited, which is good, but my children found it differcult to talk to their Dad. Even my teenager coped with no internet access (Amazing!!!) The common was excellent for 2 of my children and they spent as much time as the weather allowed on the common and play area. The only thing the flat lacked was wardrobe space, but don't let that put you off. A short walk to the local Post Office/shop and the Foyer Falls is a must. We did alot of sight seeing and found this was a central base to reach both ends of Loch. - Sjswonder, Petersfield Aug-2011 "Pilgrimage" 4 of 5 stars My husband's grandparents lived there for many many years and I am happy to say that nothing much has changed, for which I was very grateful. The cottage was fine, although the addition of a washing machine would be a plus. The fact that there was no TV was a definite plus! - Thomas MacDonald, Javea, Spain Nov-2010 "Idyllic" 5 of 5 stars We walked in the front door (which is around the back with a parking space) and our children walked out the back onto the idyllic green (you see pictured) and within minutes were playing a game of Rounders with the other children. Anne who came to meet us was kind and friendly, the place was a good size, clean and very homely the beds were comfortable too. The location is rather remote but it's only a short walk to the water falls and a small shop. There is a real fireplace with fuel and no TV, you could get a phone signal standing on the bump in green- Bliss - DUG, London Nov-2010

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Number of Bedrooms:

2

Features

Wood Burning Stove

Facilities:

Microwave

Parking

For 2 Cars

Sleeps Suit:

4