A self-catering home in Royal Deeside has been awarded 5-stars from Visit Scotland before the first guest has even set foot in the cottage.
The Invergarry, Aboyne has just launched to the market for the summer season. Converted from an Edwardian gardener’s cottage, it is surrounded by the hills and close to the River Dee in the heart of Royal Deeside.
The owners have lovingly restored and extended The Invergarry over the last year. This luxurious bespoke self-catering home is the perfect retreat for the ultimate romantic break. Every detail for your comfort and enjoyment has been carefully considered.
Originally built in 1908, The Invergarry is the ultimate in luxury and exclusivity for couples seeking a hideaway on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park. Created especially for guests looking for a retreat which offers peace and tranquillity coupled with style & sophistication.
Architecturally stunning, the property seamlessly combines the old and new together perfectly. The interior is uber chic thanks to the owner’s eye for design and a myriad of Scottish materials. A lounge, with floor-to-ceiling glass and a wall of bi-fold doors looks out to Birsenmore Hill and Craigendinnie. A luxury kitchen, bedroom and bathroom with slipper bath are all beautifully styled. Whilst the wet room has doors out to the garden where a hot tub bubbles away to make sure relaxation is top priority.
The area surrounding The Invergarry is rich in stunning landscapes and history. Royal Deeside is fast becoming renowned as a foodie haven with cosy and stylish coffee shops, restaurants and delicatessens. For culture vultures, there are art centres, galleries & National Trust properties. The town of Ballater, only a 15-minute drive away, has a plethora of shops with Royal Warrants thanks to its proximity to Balmoral. Walkers, climbers and mountain bikers have so much choice in the area and will enjoy exploring some of Scotland’s finest scenery.
Owner Sheila Fraser commented; “When we saw The Invergarry it was in much need of love and attention. We had a vision of how we could bring it back to life and felt there was a definite gap in the market for something upmarket and unique with its own identity and style in this area. We’ve thrown in some romantic and quirky features but only those who stay will find out what they are.”
To book a break at The Invergarry simply log onto the website on www.invergarry.scot