This property's location has the best of both worlds: the historical and cultural attractions of a city and the unbeatable natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands, with its range of outdoor activities. The village of Culloden itself is famous for its Battlefield where the Jacobite Rising came to a brutal end in 1745. Now a National Trust attraction, you can find out all about its history. 10 miles away, you can also visit Fort George which was George II's answer to the Jacobite unrest in the form of possibly the mightiest artillery fortification in Europe.
Nearby Inverness is popular because of its cathedral, castle, market, shops and eateries within its compact city centre. Although busy compared to the surrounding countryside, it has a more laid back feel than cities elsewhere.
To the north, Nairn Beach (14 miles) offers miles of golden sand to play in, walk on or admire from the promenade. If you fancy yourself as a myth-buster, head to world famous Loch Ness (17.5 miles) to see if you can catch a glimpse of the supposed monster. To the west of Inverness is the bustling village and beautiful river of Beauly (16 miles), which is a great spot for gentle strolls around the upmarket shops and eateries or some salmon fishing. It is also a popular base for outdoor enthusiasts with some stunning glens and mountains close by including Glen Affric. Whether it's hiking, climbing or cycling, there'll be a route for you to explore.