Woodlands

WoodlandsWoodlands is a detached 3 bedroom self catering holiday rental. The property is situated in its own grounds on the south side of Newtonmore between the main street and the railway station.

The property is within easy walking distance of the town centre where you will find pubs, restaurants and a small supermarket.

The house is tastefully modernised with central heating and double glazing throughout. Accommodation downstairs comprises a fully equipped kitchen, lounge with wood burning stove, dining room for 8, a WC / shower room, spacious hall, south facing vestibule and a utility room. Upstairs we have a double room, a twin room, a bunk bed room (suitable for adults) and a large bathroom with corner bath.

Sitting in its own grounds, Woodlands has a large flat grassy front garden including wooden furniture, a bbq and a chimenea.

A five minute walk down Station Road from the house will see you over the railway onto one of Newtonmore's famous the "Wildcat" trails en route to the River Spey from where you can explore up or downstream along the river bank on a well trodden path. In the other direction from the house you can enjoy the splendour Glen Banchor returning via the banks of the river Calder.

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