Experience the magic of the Scottish Highlands at Killiehuntly Farmhouse. Dating back to 1850, this restored farmhouse is the perfect property for an idyllic Scottish escape.

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Down a narrow dirt road flanked by leafy trees and long stretches of green fields you’ll find Killiehuntly Farmhouse. The stone-covered house is laden with Danish contemporary furniture, adding a modern touch to a historic property. The fusion of Scottish charm and clean Scandinavian style is apparent. Chairs are draped with curly sheepskin, and a palette of grey balances bare wooden floors covered with rugs.

It is not uncommon for silence to envelop the property in the evenings when guests curl up in their rooms to sleep or read a book from the library. Watch the sky turn to dusk over the soft hills while sipping on a warm drink. Keep your toes toasty around the flickering fireplace.

The four rooms within Killiehuntly Farmhouse are private and quiet retreats. Beds are draped with white linens, soft pillows, and natural quilts. Snuggle up in the four-poster bed in the Alder Room. Hang your clothes on the brass bars in the comfortable Birch Room, and admire the view of the farmland from the Elm and Oak Rooms.

Beyond the main house, families will find Geordie’s Cottage and the Bothy to be a perfect choice with a separate kitchen and several rooms. The Hayloft, also separate from the farmhouse, is a secluded abode with a big garden. There are no televisions here. Detaching from everyday stresses takes priority during your experience at Killiehuntly Farmhouse.

Start each day with a hearty breakfast served up on two long tables. Guests can connect with one another while dining on homemade fare like baked bread, freshly-laid eggs, and sweet jams. In summer and autumn, the property harvests produce grown on the farm or in the greenhouse. In the afternoon, sip on tea and nibble on biscuits.

There’s a lot to love about the Scottish Highlands and Killiehuntly Farmhouse is off its beaten path. Take a stroll around the property, where brooding grey clouds hover over snowy peaks and reindeer prance through misty moors.

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