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Highlands Self Catering cottage, Feagour, Laggan, sleeps 4

Areas: Highlands

Highlands and Islands
PH20 1BX

Feagour, Laggan, Highlands and Islands

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Sykes Cottages
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Sleeps a maximum of: 4

Pricing From: £315.00 - 630.00

This two bedroom property in Laggan, Scotland, is able to sleep up to four people.

This fully renovated, detached property is situated in a magnificent and isolated position, just seven miles from the rural village of Laggan. Situated within the Cairngorms National Park, this property offers well equipped, tastefully furnished accommodation of a high standard, including a light and airy fitted kitchen with dining area and patio doors, and a comfortable sitting room with wood burning stove. Outside, guests can enjoy a decked area and country-style garden. The dramatic views of Loch Laggan, or the museums, shops and pubs of Newtonmore are all within easy reach, making this a great place to come with family or friends.


Secluded, quiet cottage
We stayed at this cottage in February 2017 for a week. The cottage is lovely, well presented, and a great base to explore from. We had no problems finding the property, from the instructions given and checking on Google maps we found it easily. When we arrived we were really pleased, as it was spacious, well designed and bigger than it looked in the photos. We had originally booked for 2 people, and when we arrived only one of the 2 rooms was made up. We had changed our plans and had another couple with us for a night, so after looking round for some bedding and not finding any, we called the owner, and she was very friendly and directed us to the spare bedding for us to use. We could easily have been friends not a couple, so I would recommend to the owner to make both rooms up anyway. But our issue was easily resolved. The kitchen was well equipped with everything you need, in fact, probably some of the stuff could be thrown away, as there was a lot of gadgets I doubt anyone uses! But it means that there was everything we needed to cook, which was great. The full height hallway in the middle of the house makes it feel very spacious, and the living room and bedrooms are lovely cosy. It was fairly bad weather for our week (not surprising being February in the Highlands!), but we had a great week exploring on our mountain bikes, and going to both the Aviemore area and Fort William area, so it was a great central location. We enjoyed coming back to a lovely warm house, hanging out wet kit up in the large porch/utility, and cosying in by the wood burner with a film. It is an amazingly quiet location, with easy access to the main road so not too isolated. At night we were amazed how dark it was with absolutely no light pollution. This is a great base for a quiet break, with loads to explore close by.
Philippa W

lovely peaceful cottage
we arrived and entered the cottage and imediately felt at home. It was warm and cosy. It was very well equipped and comfortable. We did have a problem with the main oven, it was not working and still not fixed when we left which was a pain as we took meals with us and had to waste 3 as they could not be done in microwave.... the underfloor heating in bathroom had no instructions and the heated towel rail in bathroom did not work. We found there was no where to hang your bathrobe in the bathroom. There was also no wardrobe in bedrooms, just one small clothes rail in the main bedroom. Putting aside these issues, the cottage is amazing, so quiet and peaceful, we fed the birds and loved watching them, especially the 9 grouse that turned up twice a day, and the hooting owl at night. There is something living in the loft space and it knaws and scratches now and then, but it does not come into the house so no worries just part of being in the countryside ! All in all an amazing restful week, The Highland Folk Museum was great, so was the Highland Wildlife Park.

Fantastic location. The perfect getaway
We stayed here for a week in may 2016. The cottage is absolutely perfect in every way. Stunning peaceful location but not too far from civilisation. The weather was amazing while we were there so we made use of the barbecue a few times and were able to sit outside until late. There is everything you need if you plan on cooking and eating in. There are also miles of forestry tracks to explore. The only downside for us was the fact that dogs weren't allowed as it would be ideal for dog owners
Paul M

Lovely cottage, extremely comfortable and well equipped. Everything you would need is there. Beautiful area and lots of walks available right from the front door! Would definitely recommend to anyone, you won't be disappointed.
Mrs Ferrel

Extremely comfortable cottage finished to a high standard and everything you would need is there apart from internet access /Wi-Fi there is none which suited us also mobile phone reception is fine. Cottage sits on its own and is very well situated in this beautiful area. There are numerous walks if wanted straight from the front door. We went for a complete chill out week and that's what we got. If you want to get away from the fast pace of the world then this is the place to go!! Would definitely recommend to anyone and would love to go back!!



Parking Space
Linen provided
Towels provided
Washing Machine


Double Beds

Twin Beds


Full 'total control' electric central heating, additional heating from woodburner in sitting room
Electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, colour TV, video, DVD, stereo/CD
Small library of games & books
Fuel, power & starter pack for open fire included in rent
Bed linen & towels included in rent
Off road parking for 2 cars
Open country-style garden with furniture
Sorry, no pets & no smoking
Shop & pub 7 miles

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Approximate Location

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Nearest Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Clan Macpherson Museum - 12.4 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Highland Folk Museum - 13.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Bridge Of Oich - 15 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Ruthven Barracks - 15.5 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Fort Augustus Clansman Centre - 15.5 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Rannoch Moor Visitor Centre - 20.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Clan Cameron Museum - 21.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Clan Donnachaidh Museum - 22.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Urquhart Castle - 24.2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Loch Ness - 24.8 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

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