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Sleeps - 16
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Driven Grouse · Mixed sporting · Salmon Fishing · Shooting · Trout Fishing · Walked-up grouse
Activities Boats · Golf · Mountain biking · Swimming · Tennis · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Tennis court · Wifi
Features Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £3,950 - £5,500 per week
Originally part of a stately home dating back to the Georgian era, this unique property comprises of a converted chapel and tenants hall and has been recently renovated to the highest standard. Combining contemporary design with original features, Farr maintains it’s historical feel whilst offering all the luxurious advantages of modern living – including en-suite bedrooms, underfloor heating, and super-fast broadband.
Nestled deep in the hills down a winding driveway, Farr’s picturesque and private location has made it host to a number of illustrious guests, including The Duke of Gloucester, the writer Peter Fleming, and his wife, the actress Celia Johnson.
The beautiful setting of Farr feels unspoilt. With its expansive grounds, ancient woodland and views to the heather-clad hills, the traditional Highland landscape looks very much unaltered. In 2014 there were even some bowls discovered nearby that dated back to the Iron Age, that still lie in the field behind the walled gardens.
For those who enjoy wildlife, there is no end of natural sightings around Farr. Ospreys are often seen diving into the loch to catch trout, stags can be heard roaring from the hills during the mating season, and there have been sightings of rare wild cats on the expansive moors.
Farr was extensively refurbished in 2016 to meet all modern requirements and expectations.
– Five double bedrooms (all en-suite; four with baths and showers, one with shower only) – Three twin bedrooms (all en-suite; one with bath and shower, two with shower only). – Dining room (seating up to eighteen). – Fully equipped kitchen (including four-door AGA, electric range with double oven, three dishwashers, hot water tap, and plate warmer) – Breakfast room and pantry/kitchenette with hatch – Two downstairs WCs – Library – Large sitting room – Gun room/boot room – Entrance hallway – Utilities room
Comprising of eight bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, Farr House can comfortably accommodate up to sixteen guests. There is a further option for an annexe to be used, bringing the number up to eighteen guests. This annexe adjoins Farr House and comprises of one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, open plan kitchen, dining and living room.
With the majority of bedrooms and living space set on the ground floor, this property is well designed for those with limited mobility. However, please note that there are steps leading down from the hallway at the front entrance and gravel before the doorway. For those requiring use of wheelchairs we suggest using the kitchen entrance, which is at ground level.
For those seeking woodland walks, outdoor swimming in Farr Loch, sporting activities, or simply a base from which to explore Northern Scotland, Farr House provides an excellent escape from the everyday.
Salmon fishing is available on the nearby River Findhorn and River Nairn. Trout fishing can be arranged on numerous lochs including the Farr Loch which is on the estate. Walked-up grouse shooting is also available on request and numerous fine walks surround the house and estate may you wish to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Activities available on the estate include:
– Tennis court – Loch nearby with rowing boat (fishing rights available subject to prior arrangement) – Woodland paths – Extensive moorland nearby (field sports available subject to prior arrangement)
Numerous golf courses in the area include the Championship links courses of Castle Stuart and Nairn. Royal Dornoch is approximately an hour’s drive. Mountain biking, paintball, bird-watching and wildlife are all here. You will not be short of things to do!
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