two queens Houses
"One Extended household week only stay special"
up to the 18th December 2020.
Modern and stylish with a unique character and location
Imagine going to the most magical place in Scotland, and then picture yourself staying right in its very heart. That is exactly the experience you are guaranteed, no matter the season, the weather or the occasion at Two Queens Houses.
The property is newly renovated to a high standard from its humble beginnings as lodgings for the Forestry Commission and is nestled in a small hamlet surrounded by the top picks of things to do in Aviemore.
With so much to brag about, we should maybe start with the view. Whether snow capped or golden with the setting sun, looking over the Cairngorm Vista at such close range is a luxurious to the soul and leaves you feeling so much gratitude. Should you prefer to walk or ski, the access is just a stone throw away, and there is a huge network of paths suitable for bikes, buggies and even cross country skis.
Just across the road is the magestic Loch Morlich, famous for its sandy beaches and fresh water. Walk round it, sail it, swim it or simply take time to sit and watch the world go by. Try some awesome cake at the Boat House which is sat on the shore. You are also blessed with the lively Pine Marten Bar, serving up local ales, great food and local musicians for memorable nights in the pub.
The Hay field, within view of the house, is where youngsters cut their sledging and skiing teeth, with a gentle slope which sees a congregation when it snows.
And just up the back of the house, is the well know Glenmore Lodge, well worth a visit if you wish to go a little further with your appetite for outdoor sports. A path leads on to the famous Green Loch where fairies wash their clothes, and further up takes you out to Ryvoan bothy, a great cycle or walk for the family. Oh and there is the Reindeer Centre, Visitor Centre, and Sled dog centre.
Glenmore is also a site of scientific interest as one of the last parts of Caledonian Pine Forest, the descendants of trees born after the ice age, and with that also comes a wealth of nature, Capercaillie, Osprey, Golden eagles to name just a few.
More photos coming soon.
TV in lounge
TV in kitchen
Free Sat channels
White goods & Appliances:
Wood burning stove. full length integrated Fridge/ freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, double oven, dualit toaster, microwave, iron, ironing board, smeg hob.
Large outdoor hot tub
Large table to rear with 8 seats and build in seats to wall
Sleeper wall with built in benches
Two chairs and table to front and separate bench to front of house
Heat & power usage
Linen & towels
Robes & Slippers
Wifi internet connection
Christmas Decorations – Included for festive weeks
Accessibility – double bedroom and bathroom downstairs.
Child Friendly – Enclosed rear garden
Dog friendly - Enclosed rear garden
Parking for up to 3 cars
£300 Breakage Deposit
Ground floor front facing kingsize bedroom
Front facing kingsize bedroom - ensuite shower room
Front facing kingsize bedroom
Rear facing Superking or Twin bedroom - ensuite shower room
Rear facing triple bunk room
Front facing lounge with views
Kitchen with open plan dining area
Ground floor bathroom with overhead shower
First floor shower room
Nearest shops – Tesco/Aldi, Aviemore – 20min drive.
Online grocery delivery – Sainsburys, Tesco, Asda
Aviemore train station – 20 min drive.
Inverness Airport – 60 min drive
Walking/biking – from front door.