March House has a very welcoming atmosphere. Scandinavian in style with a very comfortable open plan living area, central wood burning stove, new oak floor and a spacious pine conservatory with large picture windows in the dining area giving extensive views of Glen Feshie and the Cairngorm Mountains to the South.
The wood burner, well seasoned logs provided, keeps the house warm and cosy in the winter and on cooler summer evenings and will bring everybody together to relax and unwind or for a knees up around the piano. For rainy days there is satellite TV, a DVD, stereo and wifi plus a big box of board games and toys.
The kitchen is very well equipped for the adventurous cooks amongst you and includes an extra large fridge freezer with ice maker, Neff cooker, dishwasher, microwave, generous pots and pans, Nespresso machine, Bialeti and Cafetiers for the coffee lovers, liquidiser and a great peeler. BBQ available all year.
All 6 comfortable bedrooms are upstairs and have been refurbished with king sized beds, two have zip and link twins, new oak and old pine, crisp linen, down duvets, large fluffy bath sheets and luxury bath/shower rooms 4 are en-suite plus 1 shared.
The garden has mature Scots pine trees with extensive views of the mountains, forest and the glen, and a large safe play area for children and plenty of feeders to encourage bird life including crested tits and daily visits from the red squirrels. Pine martins, mountain hare, plus roe deer can also make the occasional visit. Garden furniture for 12 allows for alfresco dining.
Not only peace and quiet are assured in this wonderful large holiday home in this stunning part of Scotland, but also great care and attention to the detail throughout, with green credentials, ensuring your comfort at all times.
With this central location endless outdoor activities are nearby plus nature and natural heritage of the Cairngorms National Park; Weekend gliding in Glen Feshie: Frank Bruce sculpter trail down at Feshiebridge; Loch Insh water sports cafe and restaurant is just 2 miles away; Kincraig's wildlife park where the baby polar bear now resides,; Rotheimurcus Highland estate with quad bikes, tree zone, fishing, ponies, clay shooting to name a few; 6 golf courses within 15 miles; Cairngorm Mountain for skiing and hill walking; (heated ski store under the stairs for storage in winter).
Superb off road mountain bike trails, covered bike area available, Landmark activity park, Alvie horse riding and local wildlife and RSPB bird reserves. Also within easy reach of the whisky trails and local castles and gardens.