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The House

'The moment you enter Firthside House you sense its character and charm, and immediately feel at home'

Set within the tranquil surroundings of approximately three acres of grounds, this luxury, Highland property embodies the very best of coastal living.

Approaching the house, you will be captivated by its natural beauty and breathtaking sea views. Inside, Firthside House offers nine beautifully appointed bedrooms, each furnished with double or twin beds. Each bedroom has its own private or en-suite bathroom, ensuring the utmost comfort for every guest.

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Numerous reception rooms provide a variety of settings for relaxation and entertainment, from the drawing room, billiard room and well stocked bar, to the conservatory and elegant dining room. The spacious boot room has been designed with muddy boots and wet raincoats in mind. 

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With nine bedrooms, this welcoming home comfortably accommodates up to 18 guests. Each bedroom has been carefully refurbished, preserving the house's Victorian charm. Original fireplaces evoke a sense of history, while modern comforts such as reliable water pressure and most comfortable Duxiana beds ensure a good night’s sleep.

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With unspoiled, uninterrupted sea views, the terrace is the perfect place to spot the resident Moray Firth  bottlenose dolphins.  A walled garden is a peaceful, secluded sanctuary while the sweeping lower garden is perfect for fun social activities such as Highland games, croquet or picnics.

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Firthside House is the former home of the 5th Baron Thurlow, who served as Paymaster-General under Prime Minister Gladstone in 1886. 

Designed by the architect Alexander Ross, one of the Highland’s most celebrated architects, and who was credited with moulding the city of Inverness, this is a home designed and positioned to make the most of its breath-taking views. The house stands proudly in mature private grounds. 

A wealth of period features including leaded glasswork, ornate plasterwork, original fireplaces, hardwood flooring, raised skirtings and wood panelling awaits visitors to this elegant home.

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Sustainability is an important subject for the  design team at Firthside House.  During the renovations, we installed  discreet solar panels on the roof to provide  environmentally friendly electricity  and  ground source heat pumps to heat the house and  to provide  hot water. 


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