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Gay Friendly Holiday Cottage, Spean Bridge, Scottish Highlands
Thistle Do, Gay Lesbian Friendly Self-Catering Holiday Cottage, Achnabobane, Spean Bridge, Highlands of Scotland

Thistle Do is a superb new-build cottage that rests peacefully in a forest clearing in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Thistle Do is beautifully furnished and the two friendly owners Sue and Martin seem to have thought of everything right down to all of the little things that you always need but so rarely find when staying at a holiday cottage. The accommodation comprises:  Ground Floor: Large open plan living/dining room and kitchen,  cloakroom. First floor: 1 double (5ft) bedroom with low, sloping ceiling, shower room and toilet. Thistle Do is equipped with oil-fired central heating, Freesat TV and DVD with small library, CD player, iPod dock (on request), electric cooker, microwave, washing machine, fridge/freezer, WiFi, and all bed linen and towels are included.  There is a gravelled outside  sitting area with garden furniture, parking for 2 cars, cycle store and a welcome pack is provided. Thistle Do cottage is in a great location for exploring the Highlands and overlooks the Nevis Range, making it an ideal base for climbing, walking, skiing, and mountain biking. There are three golf courses within 20 miles, plenty of fishing and a variety of watersports. Take the steam train across the Glenfinnan Viaduct, as seen in the Harry Potter movie, or explore ĎBraveheartí country! A short ferry crossing will take you to the inner isles including Mull, and Iona with its famous abbey. You can also visit the many ruined castles, museums, distilleries and beautiful white sandy beaches, or just enjoy the magnificent scenery and abundant wildlife. Skye, Glencoe, Oban, Inverness and Loch Ness are all within easy reach and there is a shop, pub and restaurant just 2 miles away. Sue and Martin are both a mine of local information when it comes to all the special places to visit (many are off the tourist routes) whilst staying at Thistle Do in this dramatic, untamed and awe-inspiring landscape that is the fabulous Scottish Highlands.

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The Highlands Of Scotland is an awe inspiring area where tails of myths and monsters abound amongst the wild dramatic untamed scenery: magnificent mountains, enchanting lochs, ancient castles & sandy beaches that lead to romantic isles. All of this fabulous Scottish Highland countryside teams with wildlife against some of the worlds most famous landscapes such as Ben Nevis and Loch Ness, & who hasnít heard of Loch Ness, Scotlandís most famous loch? Try to catch a glimpse of Nessie the Loch Ness monster, or visit either end of the loch to see the 18th century Caledonian Canal. Whilst here you can explore Britainís largest national park, The Cairngorms, which features ancient forests. In the Scottish Highlands you are just over the sea by ferry or bridge to the romantic Isle of Skye, or visit Caithness and explore the royal connections at Castle of Mey and the magical Moray coast. Travel to the pretty Black Isle - a peninsula surrounded on three sides by the Cromarty Firth, the Beauly Firth and the Moray Firth - and enjoy the friendly nearby city of Inverness. The Scottish Highlands is a magical place to visit so why not plan your escape from the rat race today for a well-deserved holiday or break in the beautiful and awe-inspiring Scottish Highlands where clean fresh air abounds, no crowds; just arrive, relax and rejuvenate whilst soaking in the beauty of it all.

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