2016 Brochure launch
Next week sees the release of the new LHH brochure featuring over 100 of the best hand-picked holiday properties in Scotland. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend break for two by the beach, a large family gathering in a stately home or an action packed week in the mountains you will find something here to tempt you. These are some of the best new properties that will feature in the brochure for the first time, a typical cross section of what we stand for at LHH. Little, Large and Luxury. Your 2016 holiday starts here.
Sandpiper House is a fantastic family friendly home situated above Cromarty on the Black Isle. Comfortably sleeping 10 the location is fantastic for large family get togethers with a huge selection of activities on the doorstep. Micro breweries and award winning restaurants for the adults, beaches and dolphin spotting for the kids (and some grown ups too). The house is in an amazingly scenic location with breath-taking views over the expanse of the Cromarty firth, the 3,000ft Munro Ben Wyvis and the mountains of Sutherland. Between October and March you may also be lucky enough to see a spectacular display of the northern lights as the house has a northerly aspect with a superb vantage point.
Ashiestiel House is another recently refurbished property, new to the LHH brochure. Formally a 17th century peel tower this grand historic mansion sleeps 14 and was once the home of Sir Walter Scott. The massive gardens stretch down to the river tweed where you can take in the peace and tranquillity of this perfect rural setting or go fishing if you prefer. Inside, the complete refurbishment has retained many of the original features such as the elegant reception rooms and ornate fireplaces while adding modern bathrooms and a kitchen where you can easily cater for 14.
Taigh Glas is the latest west coast addition to the LHH portfolio. This is an architect designed conversion of an old croft house and byre, which has created a fabulous light, airy and impressive cottage for 2. The glazed walls to two sides in the lounge give a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside, beach and across the sea to the mountains of Torridon, Skye and the island of Longa. In fact it is only minutes walk from the expansive golden beach at Big Sand. Low season short breaks are available for couples wanting a quiet romantic weekend away, a wood burning stove ensures that it is cosy whatever time of year you choose to visit.