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|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Visit Crubenbeg Holiday self catering Birch Cottage for a relaxing highland holiday accommodation in Scotland. Find more of our self catering cottages in Aviemore, Cairngorms, Highlands and Newtonmore visit us now at Birch Cottage offers all the luxury you require while on holiday. It is a one-bedroom cottage which comfortably sleeps two adults. The bedroom is light and airy and is newly refurbished with fresh carpets and a super chunky, beautiful wooden kingsize bed, handmade from solid wooden reclaimed planks and beams.
If it's a little chilly and you fancy a night in, you can light the eco friendly wood burning stove in the lounge, chill on the leather bean bag and surf the internet on free-to-access WiFi broadband or watch satellite TV and DVDs. If you want to relax outdoors with a glass of wine or something stronger, you can use your south facing French doors to access the walled garden outside where there is a paved area and lawn.
All our guests have access to free fishing in our Lochan which is stocked with brown trout. There is also a golf practice area, a games room which has just been refurbished. There is a football table in the games room and various other games to keep the kids busy! There is a large hallway/porch where you can store all your outdoor gear and boots. The price includes towels and linen, and a large basket of logs for the wood burning stove, but excludes electricity which you pay by honesty box and card meter in your cottage (we make no profit from this charge).
We loved the Birch Cottage. It fulfilled all our expectations of a wonderful retreat in the Highlands. Ryan was our host and was there to help with directions, suggestions and ideas for restaurants. The cottage was cozy and comfortable and much nicer than the picture shows. We hope to return to the Highlands someday and this would be the place we would want to be.
The cottage itself is lovely; cosy and inviting yet stylish and well appointed. Good attention to detail in finish and in use of space. The furnishings, bedding and towels were all of high quality, so often not the case, giving a good hotel feel, but in a homely environment. The owners give very good guidance on what to do locally, where to eat, where to cycle, walk etc, and they are clearly keen on helping to reduce one's impact on the environment and make it as easy as possible to do so by providing recycling bins, offering shopping bags etc. I also liked the honesty box system for logs and electricity cards, making life much easier. I would certainly recommend this place, I wish more self catering were like it!