|Minimum Stay||3 - 21 nights|
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This unusual property, complete with an open fire, is in a beautiful area of Scotland and close to Balmoral.. This most attractive, Victorian, detached baronial gatehouse is situated just off the road between Aberdeen and Balmoral and offers gracious living in the heart of Royal Deeside. The interior has been attractively furnished in traditional style with pitch pine finishings, open fire, tartan flooring and tasteful antiques. Surrounded on three sides by the gardens, its location is ideal for a holiday exploring this beautiful area. Enjoy the charms of the surrounding towns and villages - from Banchory with its bustling high street to Ballater, famed for its royal connections. Many historical places of interest, from the castles of Crathes and Balmoral to the standing stones of Tomnaverie. Superb scenery surrounding the area enhances any day out. Shops 2 miles, pub 3 miles.. Living room with open fire in Portland surround, original shutters and sofa bed (alternative sleeping). Kitchen/dining room with slate floor, exposed granite walls, door to garden. Spiral staircase to first floor: Two bedrooms; one double with en-suite shower room and toilet, one twin. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.. Open fire - fuel available locally Electricity, oil central heating, bed linen, towels includedTVMicrowaveWashing machineTumble dryerRaised lawned sitting-out area with furniturePrivate parking for 1 car; additional parking space on siteNo smokingPlease note: There is a drop and bank in the garden
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