Kingillie House, with its lawns sloping away from the house, is surrounded by fields with the magnificent Beauly Firth in the distance. South facing, the house can always bask in the sun, even in the Highlands midwinter.
The house is ideal for families with croquet set, board games and tennis court. The house is ready for your arrival on check in day after 4pm. Due to the Coronavirus we are taking extra care to disinfect frequently touches surfaces between reservations.
This is our much loved family home. Next to our Victorian dining-room is the heart of Kingillie House - the spacious yet homely kitchen/sitting-room with both Aga and gas oven/hob, plus two dishwashers: lovely for cosy kitchen meals and relaxing on sofas around an open fire.
The elegant Georgian staircase leads up to our several bedrooms each with their own distinctive character. The three bathrooms, one shower-room and separate WC are shared.
We have generous private parking, garden, washing machine, commercial drying machine and hanging racks.
If you bring a dog, please keep it under control as there are sheep in the nearby fields. Please can there be no smoking in the house and no parties of guests that are not staying in the house or events.
Check in time is after 4pm. There is a key safe so you can let yourselves in when you arrive.
Kingillie House is in the countryside close to lovely walks, lochs, hills for walking in and seven miles from Inverness. The Great Glen and Loch Ness are a 20-minute drive if you fancy some Nessie-spotting and visiting romantic ruined Urquhart Castle. There are swimming pools and adventure parks including paintballing. Nearby Reelig Glen boasts some of Britain's tallest trees. We suggest a drive to Majestic Glen Affric with its stunning views and lochs and Dolphin cruises to see bottlenose dolphins, seals and porpoises on the Murray Firth. We are 40 minutes drive from Nairn beach and Rosemarkie beach both beautiful spots for walking, swimming and picnicking.
Inverness with its shops, restaurants, pubs, theatre, cinema and Hootananny traditional Scottish music venue is an easy ride away by car, bus or taxi. Nearer still is pretty Beauly village with bespoke shopping (and supermarkets), a range of eateries, and a ruined medieval priory. There are three championship golf courses less than an hour away. We have whisky distilleries galore to visit.
Inverness is served by an international airport, train station (with direct routes as far south as London) and bus links both local and UK-wide. The nearest train station is at Beauly village.
Getting around: Within easy walking distance are bus stops for Inverness, Beauly and other Highland destinations.