Nuide Farmhouse is a charming, large and pet friendly 5-bedroom farmhouse in rural surroundings that sleeps 10. Set in its own rambling grounds the house is ideal for exploring the Cairngorms and has access to fishing on The Spey. Horse riding can be arranged locally in Newtonmore.
- Sleeps 10
- Bedrooms 5
- Bathrooms 4
- Child Friendly
- Dog Friendly Cottages
- Managed by Us
- Cairngorm National Park
If you are looking for a large, traditional Scottish farmhouse to make a base to go exploring the Highlands then Nuide House is perfect. The village of Newtonmore is nearby and offers plenty of good pubs and restaurants and plays host to the Highland Folk Museum and The Clan Macpherson museum immerse yourselves in local clan history. But it's the amazing walks and stunning scenery on your doorstep that makes Nuide such a great place to stay.
The pet friendly house is split over three floors, the ground floors has two sitting rooms, one large room with comfortable sofas and chairs and an open fire, ideal for relaxing after a long day walking the hill. The second lounge is smaller and has a TV and a few comfy chairs for the children to relax and chill-out.
Nuide has a large kitchen with an electric range style cooker, a fridge, dishwasher and microwave plus a coffee machine. Of the kitchen is a really useful utility room with a freezer and a washer-dryer. There are two dining rooms, one small one next to the kitchen, ideal for informal meals and a large formal dining room at the front of the house.
On the first floor you will find 3 bedrooms, a twin and two en-suite doubles with Queen size beds. The twin room has two full-size single beds. Also on the first floor are two family bathrooms with baths the smaller of the two having an overhead shower.
The final two twin rooms can be found in the attic and both have full size twin beds.
Outside there is a well-established garden with mature trees and shrubs. There is garden furniture for guests to enjoy some lovely evening meals around the BBQ.
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Cottage added 27th September 2016