Morrisons Fort William Highland
Torr an Daimh cottage sits into the little hamlet at Tulloch facility from the western Highland range where railroad drops down through the tough moors of Corrour and Rannoch into Glen Spean, referred to as green glen. Regional walks through the cottage take you through woods down to the River Spean. Going more but nevertheless in your home are Fersit, Laggan Dam and Torr an Daimh (slope regarding the stag).
Despite being in Highlands, you can find arrangements within striking length. The closest supermarkets tend to be a well-stocked Spar in Spean Bridge and also the full-sized Morrisons in the railway station in Fort William. Eating out there's a big start around good dinner restaurants, to fish and chips, to hill walkers' bars, to wholesome cafes at Corrour, Roy Bridge, Spean Bridge, Nevis number and Wolftrax.
Going west by roadway or railway goes to Ben Nevis, Spean Bridge, Fort William, Nevis skiing and mountain cycling range. From Fort William you can easily take the Harry Potter style vapor train to Mallaig or take pleasure in the children's pool and climbing wall surface. Sustrans long distance period route 78 passes Fort William and Neptune's Staircase a-two hundred year old journey of 8 channel locks rising 19 metres from the water to the Great Glen.
The Nevis Range (Aonach Mor) features snowboarding into the cold temperatures and mountain cycling trails most of the 12 months, plus gentler hiking and cycling trails for the early or even the very younger. A cycle course across the A82 links to nearby Fort William. The big cable car takes you up to an alpine style lodge using the Pine Marten cafe and huge views. Every Summer Nevis number hosts the Mountain Biking World cup.
Going east, through the Laggan hydro electric dam you find Wolftrax hill bicycle centre with trails for many many years and abilities, also Ardverikie home (made popular by BBC 1's Monarch of this Glen) with gorgeous woodland walks and a unique inland beach. More regarding the A86 is Creag Megeadh nature reserve and Cairngorms nationwide Park, Kingussie, home into Highland Wildlife Park and Highland Folk Museum.
Into the north could be the Great Glen and Loch Ness, including numerous Munros.
Going south, only possible by train or on foot, may be the Corrour Estate residence to the British's greatest place and a delicious cafe/restaurant. Additionally Loch Treig and Rannoch Moor.
Though deep in the Scottish highlands, the cottage is easily reached. The Caledonian sleeper stops at Tulloch morning and evening six days per week, plus you will find four trains everyday each method between Glasgow and Fort William. By road, the cottage is all about 1 / 2 a mile from the A86 which connects Fort William in west to Kingussie when you look at the eastern.
- Sleeps 4 + cot
- Rooms - 1 dual, 1 twin although
both spaces is reconfigured
- Bathrooms - 1 with underfloor heating
- TV, video/DVD/stereo
- Totally free WiFi
- Central heating
- Cot and high chair readily available
- Private yard
- Barbeque/garden furniture
- Short breaks welcome
- Sorry, no animals
- Roybridge 5 kilometers, Spean Bridge 10 miles
- Airports - Edinburgh 120 miles,
Glasgow 110 miles
- Tulloch Facility, 30 metres
- Bars and restaurants -
within 10 kilometers
- 9 gap course at Roybridge, 10 kilometers
- Hills, Munros and gentler walks all around
- Hill cycling at Nevis Range 15
kilometers or Laggan, 15 miles
- Pool and indoor climbing wall surface
Fort William - 20 miles by road or train
- Ben Nevis, 20 kilometers
- Glen Roy national nature reserve and
parallel roadways, 10 miles
- Creag Meagaigh national nature
book, 10 miles
Outside Torr an Daimh appears like a conventional wee but 'n' ben cottage. Inside is a spacious contemporary home built 2008. A reliable heat keeps the home cosy throughout the year. Flooring are solid pine or wool rugs except inside bathroom where limestone tiles enjoy under floor home heating. You can see from photographs the decoration is extremely neat and calm.
Downstairs the living room dining room flows through to the well-stocked kitchen. French doors lead out to a deck that overlooks the enclosed yard. In addition downstairs could be the bathroom and master bedroom with a dressing room.
Upstairs is a twin or double room, plus games area. Your house sleeps four, plus a travel cot can be obtained. With publications and boardgames, wifi and television there's lots of activity within the cottage after everyday out in the Highlands.
Away from cottage is accessed by a track, distributed to the nearby Old-school home. So there's without any traffic. Straight away to the front there's a boggy heath field with wildflowers and little butterflies in the summer; toward back a burn and woodland in which, if you are fortunate, you might spot a frog or a toad.
Mind for Perth, then make the A9 North. Be removed at Dalwhinnie and head west along the A86 finalized to Spean Bridge. After passing Laggan Dam on your remaining look for the red phone package within turning noticeable place. Stick to the single track roadway quarter of a mile, at night station, through the barrier and through the five club gate.
Head up the A82 to Fort William, continue past Fort William to Spean Bridge, in which you turn directly on towards the A86. From there it really is about 9 miles. After the turning for Fersit look for the purple telephone package together with switching marked station. Stick to the single-track roadway quarter of a mile, at night section, through the barrier then through five bar gate.