Ellis Land & Property Services
Inveruglas, Insh, 
PH21 1NY
Tel/fax: 01540 661612


This modern, alpine-style bungalow is situated at the end of Inveruglas, which comprises a dozen scattered properties served by a hard, unmade road leading up from the B970. It is set over 900ft above sea level, with fine views over the Monadhliath mountains, the river Spey, Insh Marshes RSPB Reserve and to the rear, the south-west Cairngorms. The enclosed garden has its own stile to the adjoining moor land; from the moor, one can join paths going straight to the hills and the pinewoods which can be seen in the house picture background.

Kintulloch bedroom 2 

For walking and bird watching Inveruglas is
ideal, and among the bird species nesting locally are whinchats, goldcrests and crested tits. An old drove road (not open to other traffic) passes through, giving foot access to a selection of paths and forestry roads leading to Insh, Drumguish and Glen Feshie.
Visitors comments: "Heaven at last! All the good things in life."

"Did Beatrix Potter come here when writing the rabbit stories? What would she have made of the deer and the birds?"

Kintulloch bedroom  The accommodation comprises: two twin-bedded bedrooms. The beds have duvets (some summer and some winter).
Hall, lounge, with open fire, sofa - bed, TV/DVD player (with I pod port) and radio/cassette;  balcony;  kitchen, with fridge, freezer, cooker, micro-wave and washing machine;  bathroom/WC, with power shower and hot towel rail. 



The prices range from: £325 to £525.
  Inclusive of partial night storage heating.  Inclusive of other electricity, except in winter.
New Year prices on application.

Kintulloch view from living room 

In addition to the open fire, there are night storage heaters in the hall, lounge and kitchen, and an immersion heater.

We regret that no children under the age of 5, or pets, are allowed.  The owner requests that no smoking take place in the property.


From the south, follow A9 north and take B9152 turn-off to Newtonmore.  Go through Newtonmore to Kingussie and then turn right into B970, signposted 'Railway Station and Ruthven Barracks' (ancient monument).  Follow B970 for 4½ miles and you will come to an unmade road on your right (signs saying ‘Inveruglas. Private Road’) with an enclosure at the bottom housing a council skip.  Slowly drive up this road.  Towards the top, there are two points where the track divides – bear LEFT at each point.  When you get to the top of the road, turn RIGHT.  Kintulloch is the last property on your left.