Sauchmore

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Sauchmore

PLEASE NOTE: This cottage will be undergoing renovations and thus from December 2021, Sauchmore will be a two bedroom cottage, sleeping 4 people in total. Sauchmore is situated a quarter of a mile past Dalmunzie Hotel and has beautiful views towards the golf course, glen and hills above; these can be seen from the garden or from inside the sitting room through the large French windows.

Layout

The Sauchmore cottage is arranged over two floors with two twin bedded rooms with basins upstairs and a double bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and sitting/dining room with woodburning stove downstairs.

Hillwalking

Sauchmore is situated only a few steps away from the gate that leads straight into the glen. If you’re looking to explore the glen and go for some hillwalking Sauchmore is the cottage for you.
  • Sleeps 6 people (from Dec.2021 it will sleep 4)
  • Woodburning stove with free logs
  • TV with freeview and dvd
  • Washing Machine
  • Fridge Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Bath with Shower
  • Small garden
  • Car parking

Please note: There are ground nesting birds of the highest conservation priority in this area, together with livestock (particularly sheep and lambs).

Dogs are welcome, but are to be kept under control, on a short lead when walking.

Just wanted to say how much we enjoyed our holiday at the Dower House – the children in particular loved playing by the river and between us we managed to cover most possible activities – Munros were climbed, fish pursued, pools and waterfalls jumped into, tennis played, tracks walked and birds, stoats and voles watched with interest. We were very comfortable – appreciated the fire on a couple of nights.

Emily Malcolm