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Spacious, modern and well-equipped cottage in quiet location within its own croft land. Ideal base for walking, cycling, fishing, bird watching, skiing and touring. Beautiful scenery. Visit Eilean Donan, Dunvegan and Urquhart Castles, the Isle of Skye, Fort William and Ben Nevis, Loch Ness and the West Highlands.
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Built in 2001,Tangusdale Cottage lies in a peaceful position one mile
south west of Invergarry village overlooking river Garry, with scenic
views of the surrounding hills.
The layout of the cottage is one double and one twin bedroom , toilet
and shower upstairs. One double bedroom bathroom, lounge and kitchen dining
room downstairs,with fitted carpets throughout. A cot is also available.The
cottage is very well equipped with washing machine ,dish washer, tumble
drier, fridge freezer, microwave,satellite TV, DVD player and hairdrier
etc. All duvets, linen and towels are provided. Electricity and oil heating
are included in the tarrif. All cleaning materials are also provided.
The local shop is just over two miles away and the petrol station one
mile. (Some provisions may be bought here).
In The Area
From the end of May onwards the steam train runs from Fort William to Mallaig.You will also get a clear view of the Glenfinnan Monument where Prince Charlie’s standard was raised in 1745. The scenery on this trip is spectacular.In Glengarry there are plenty of lovely walks through forest and hill and for anybody interested in wildlife there are many different species to be seen. Loch fishing is also available. Seven miles away lies the attractive village of Fort Augustus where you can watch boats sailing through the Caledonian Canal. Trips are availabe on Loch Ness.The Abbey is in the process of being restored and part of it is open to the public. The village offers a number of good food restaurants, shops and a nine hole golf.