Mar House, Aboyne self catering accommodation

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Mar House, Aboyne

Quality Grade: 4

Sleeps: 8

Pets Allowed: Yes

Property Ref: UWR

Nestling in a secluded, wooded position overlooking the River Dee valley, this superior stone house has been totally renovated to offer the finest facilities and provide every comfort to ensure an enjoyable stay. All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and fine views, and the drawing room has an open fire making the property ideal for all year round holidays. Herds of red deer, stags and hinds, graze by the river during the evenings giving a feeling of tranquilility amidst the beautiful highland scenery. It is situated in area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, within the Cairgorm National Park and offers access to some of the best walking and climbing in Scotland, with the challenging Cairngorm mountains within easy reach. Fishing, stalking and shooting may be arranged through the estate. Winter sports are also catered for with skiing at Glenshee only a 20 minute drive.For the less energetic a visit to the 16th-century Crathes Castle and Gardens at Banchory (40 miles) offers an exciting day out. The gardens provide a wonderful display at any time of the year with great yew hedges and a fascinating presentation of the art of topiary dating from 1702. There is also a children’s adventure playground. Closer to Mar House is Balmoral Castle – the Royal family’s Highland residence which offers the opportunity to pony trek and the chance to view various exhibitions, including one on the local wildlife. Golf is available at Braemar only 4 miles away and there are also excellent courses at Ballater and Aboyne.Inverness is within easy reach and offers many attractions for all the family. Unusual places of interest include the Kiltmaker Centre, where a small visitor centre explains the whole process of making tartan, and the novel Balnain House, which explores the development of Highland music. Inverness Castle, perched above the river, offers the Castle Garrison Encounter, an entertaining interactive exhibition in which the visitor plays the role of a new recruit in the 18th-century Hanoverian army. Pub 3 miles._Drawing room with open fire. Dining-room. Kitchen with breakfast table. Utility. Separate W.C. First floor: Four bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom/W.C. with shower attachment; two double (one with 5ft bed) and two twin-bedded._ Elec and full oil CH incl Open fire - fuel incl Parking (for 3 cars) Shop 3 miles TV Video Radio/cassette/CD Auto wm T/dryer M/wave D/washer Freezer Cot H/chair Acres of grassed land surrounding the property Duvets with linen and towels .