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Sleeps - 4
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Trout Fishing
Activities Boats · Walking / Hiking
Rental From £1095 per week
New Brachkashie is a charming two bedroom Highland cottage which has recently been renovated to a high standard and is situated in a quiet location with wonderful views over Loch Knockie. New Brachkashie has just been awarded a Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor.
The cottage benefits from its own private jetty and has direct access to Loch Knockie with wild brown trout fishing. The rental of Brachkashie includes a rowing boat and trout fishing during the season. A Canadian canoe is also included. Guests using the boat and canoe do so entirely at their own risk.
The grounds of approximately 2.5 acres go down to the loch, which is the attraction of this property. Loch Knockie is one and half miles long and is surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery and is a place in which to totally escape and unwind. There are several delightful islands to explore too and you will see an abundance of wildlife.
Rental £1095 per week – January-June/Sept/early October/Nov/Dec £1195 per week – July/August/Easter week/October half term £850 for 3 nights during low season £1295 for Christmas/New Year week
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A quiet and secluded Highland cottage which has just been tastefully renovated and standing in a wonderful position overlooking Loch Knockie – a real hidden gem.
We had a great time and the cottage is stunning! Everything fits so well, the house, the interior styling and the location. Coupled with the beauty and tranquillity of the surroundings it is as close to a bit of heaven on earth as you are likely to get.James Henderson, Scottish Borders Just to say thanks for a wonderful week at Brachkashie. We fell in love with the Loch and the quiet pace of Highland life. We spent a whole day on the Loch and had champagne and sausages by the water! We’ll be back! Mr Tim McDonnell, Hampshire, UK
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New Brachkashie is a delightful cottage overlooking Loch Knockie and offers very comfortable and cosy accommodation for up to four guests. The sitting room is a lovely space to relax in and you will always be reminded of the special loch view. Board games supplied, including backgammon, chess and there are a good selection of DVD’s to watch. The wood burning stove will add that extra atmosphere and warmth, enabling you to really switch off! A very comfortable main bedroom and with luxury mattresses and sumptuous toppers. The adult bunk beds on the lower ground floor are ideal for children as well as for grown ups!
Ground Floor: Porch with storage cupboards and under floor heating Hall with airing cupboard, hot water cylinder Sitting room with wood burning stove, French doors to patio, wonderful views of Loch Knockie Kitchen/breakfast room with gas hob and electric oven, fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, French doors to patio Bedroom one – double/twin room with zip and link with brand new beds and mattresses, built in wardrobes Bathroom with under floor heating, bath, hand basin, WC Lower ground and stairs down to: Bedroom two – adult bunk beds with new mattresses, built in double wardrobe, French door to patio and garden, views of Loch Knockie Shower room – large walk-in fully tiled shower room, hand basin, WC
Trout fishing Wild brown trout fishing is available during the season (fly only) on Loch Knockie. The fishing is included in the rental.
Stalking Red deer stalking during the main stalking season September/October can be arranged, subject to availability on several nearby estates. Hind stalking in November, December and January can also be arranged.
Salmon fishing Salmon fishing can be arranged on the nearby River Findhorn, River Oich and River Ness.
Golf Fort Augustus, just 8 miles away has an 18 hole course which runs alongside the Caledonian Canal. The new and wonderful Championship links course of Castle Stuart is only an hour’s drive from Brachkashie.
There is lots to do and see in the local area including the most famous loch in the world, Loch Ness!
The charming village of Fort Augustus is just 8 miles away and is worth a visit. The main attraction is watching the boats come through Locks on the Caledonian Canal before entering Loch Ness. There are several pubs and places to eat including the The Lovat Arms Hotel.
Closeby in the small hamlet of Whitebridge, just 2.5 miles, the Whitebridge Hotel offers very good bar meals and has a good atmosphere. A good place to meet some of the locals! The Dores Inn, which is situated at Dores, provides very good meals and is situated right on the shores of Loch Ness, on the way to Inverness.
There are wonderful walks nearby and Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland is only 45 minutes drive away at Fort William, along with a number of other accessible munros. Take a drive along the Great Glen passing by Loch Oich and Loch Lochy to Loch Linnhe where it enters the sea on the west coast, is worth a trip.
The west coast including the Isle of Skye, Plockton, Kyle of Lochalsh, Mallaig are all accessible by car and within 1.5 – 2 hours drive.
We had a great time and the cottage is stunning! Everything fits so well, the house, the interior styling and the location. Coupled with the beauty and tranquillity of the surroundings it is as close to a bit of heaven on earth as you are likely to get.
James Henderson, Scottish Borders
Just to say thanks for a wonderful week at Brachkashie. We fell in love with the Loch and the quiet pace of Highland life. We spent a whole day on the Loch and had champagne and sausages by the water! We'll be back!
Mr Tim McDonnell, Hampshire
We had such a great time, walking, fishing, eating and drinking. What a beautiful cottage and so tastefully decorated, the location was perfect and we managed to snap some great photos whilst enjoying the outdoors on our first family holiday with our daughter. I'm sure it will not be the last holiday with Goldsmiths!
Mrs S Kitchen, Little Sutton
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