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Haugh of Glass Cottage, nr Huntly - Sleeps 4

Surrounded by a beautifully maintained landscaped garden, featuring a pond, fountain, seating areas, barbecue, patio and summer house, this charming property enjoys a tranquil leafy location ....

Surrounded by a beautifully maintained landscaped garden, featuring a pond, fountain, seating areas, barbecue, patio and summer house, this charming property enjoys a tranquil leafy location overlooking a small river at the end of a quiet lane. Completely renovated the cottage is fitted and furnished to a high standard and the spacious bright rooms are tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished. Garden doors from the lounge, conservatory and dining room facilitate outdoor living in the secluded garden. This would be the ultimate choice for a relaxing and peaceful holiday away from the stresses of modern life.

The attractive country towns of Huntly and Dufftown are 7 miles away offering good shops, pubs and restaurants and the Speyside Whisky Trail and Aberdeenshire Castle Trail are within easy touring reach as is the picturesque Moray Firth coast with its old fishing villages and golden beaches. The surrounding countryside is ideal for walking or cycling and there is good angling, golfing and riding available.

1 double and 1 twin bedroom (cot available), lounge with solid fuel stove, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower unit. Cooking by electricity, oil-fired central heating plus stove. Fridge, freezer, washing machine, dryer, microwave, SKY television, video, DVD, CD player, telephone for incoming calls only. Bed linen and towels supplied.

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Customer Reviews of Haugh of Glass Cottage, nr Huntly - Sleeps 4

"The property is lovely with lots of home touches. Very well equipped and comfortable. Garden is superb." Mrs Mylchreest

"The property is first class and the garden is fab fab fab!!" Mrs A. Sirrell

More Property Details

  • Property Reference: AB168
  • HMG Ref: 1108626
  • Property Type: Cottage
  • Number of Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps Suit: 4
  • Features: Wood Burning Stove, Enclosed Garden, Mature Garden
  • Facilities: Cot, TV, Satellite, DVD player, Washing Machine, Shower, Microwave, Telephone, Barbecue
  • Location Features: Rural
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Week rental Starts: Saturday
  • Parking: For 2 Cars
  • Pets: 0
  • Things to Do

    • Arbuthnot Museum

      See how sea played a major role in the history, wealth and development of Peterhead.  Find out how people lived at sea, detailed models in one of Aberdeenshire's oldest museums.

    • Aberdeenshire Farming Museum

      Aberdeenshire Farming Museum, located in the Aden Country Park is well known for top quality of its Aberdeen Angus coos (Cattle).

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    Nearby Castle

    • Auchindoun Castle

      15th Century L Plan tower near Dufftown in a somewhat ruinous state today but open to the public

    • Kildrummy Castle

      13th century castle in ruinous state that remains a fine example of the 13th century stronghold. Open to visitors

    • Balvenie Castle

      Immensely impressive late 13th century castle that is well worth a visit if you are near Dufftown.

    • Mains of Mayen

      L Plan tower dating from end of C17. Now a private house. Grade B Listed. Was dilapidated and restored in 1960s. Private.

    • Beldorney Castle

      Large C16th Z Plan tower with many later extensions which fell into disrepair before beig restored in 1980s and is now private. This may be the oldest surviving Z Plan house apart from Huntly Castle.

    • Delgatie Castle

      C15th Castle near Turriff in excellent condition with long, interesting history. Two bedrooms available for B&B so great opportunity to stay.

    • Huntly Castle

      Magnificent and impressive ruined castle of the Gordon family

    • Frendraught Castle

      Site of 13th century castle, which was torched in 1630. The present house dates from 1656, was remodelled in 1753, extended to 1790, and incorporates a small part of the old castle.

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