188 Culduthel Road, Inverness, IV2 4BJ

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188 Culduthel Road

Lovely modern and clean two storey detached private house in a great area close to the city centre, bus & train station. 20mins drive from the airport. Sleeps up to 10 people.

A perfect location for the shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and theatre, and within easy access to the main routes that take you further afield.

There is a pub, large supermarket, gym and a ten pin bowling centre just 5 mins walk away.

The Property

You are renting the entire house complete with cosy living room area and large kitchen/dining room.

The property that has three upstairs bedrooms.

All the bedrooms have plenty of storage space.

There is one bathroom upstairs (shower, bath & toilet), and a shower room and toilet downstairs.
We provide fresh bedding & towels, free and unlimited Wifi, TV/DVD player with Freeview in the living room and in two of the bedrooms, hairdryer, full kitchen facilities with basic foodstuffs including tea & coffee, washing machine & dryer, and ironing equipment. The house is warm and cosy with plenty of hot water.

The house is set back and quiet, with a private garden area, in a very pleasant, upmarket part of Inverness.

N.B. We can provide a travel cot, highchair and stairgates, if required

Guest Access

You will have your own front door key – collected from an external keybox & returned into the same box on departure.

The Highlands is a wonderful place to visit with breathtaking scenery, many interesting local sights and activities and an abundance of wildlife.

Free & Secure Parking

There is a safe and enclosed private driveway parking area.

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