Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Large detached self-catering Holiday Cottage sleeps six by Huntly Aberdeenshire Scotland

Large, detached, self-catering Holiday Cottage, sleeps six, by Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. This lovely detached stone-built holiday cottage, Mill of Clatt, is peacefully located in the small village of Clatt at the foot of the Coreen Hills in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire - once the dwelling place for renowned missionary Andrew Murray. Comfortable and warm, it is ideal for couples or families and its attractive, enclosed garden borders the Gadie Burn which runs through the village. Leith Hall, Archeolink Prehistory Park and many castles (Craigievar, Huntly, Fyvie and Castle Fraser) are within easy reach. Aberdeen offers many leisure and shopping opportunities. Golf, fishing and hillwalking abound; day trips include the Cairngorms or Whisky Trail. Pubs 3½ miles. Living room with wood-burning stove in stone surround. Kitchen/dining area. Snug with electric ‘wood burner’ in stone surround. Spacious bathroom/W.C., separate shower cubicle. First floor: Double bedroom with garden views. Two twin-bedded rooms, each with sloping ceiling.
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