Over 16 years
3 - 15 years
up to 2 years
Travelling with a Pet?
Flexible by +/- 3 days?
- A ROMANTIC GETAWAY -
Whether you want to whisk your other half away for your anniversary or fancy a spontaneous summer weekend away, there’s nowhere better to rekindle romance than Achneim Cottage. By day, explore the Moray Coastal Trail, attend an event like the Nairn Games, or head to the fishmongers for locally sourced lobster. By night, sip champagne as the sun sets, or huddle near the fire with a newly discovered malt whisky.Explore
Tucked away in the peaceful west end of the village, Ivy Cottage is a cosy base for countryside adventures. As soon as you walk through the striking red door, you’ll be dazzled by charming character and original features. Although you’ll feel far away from everything, you’ll only be a short stroll from the friendly Cawdor Tavern and Cawdor Castle.Explore
– A COUNTRYSIDE ADVENTURE –
- PEACEFULL WOODLANDS -
Close to Cawdor village, Lochanshelloch Cottage is surrounded by woodlands, rare wildlife and winding paths. Fill the gloriously long Scottish summer days seeking thrills on the Tomintoul Mountain Bike Trail, a 24 mile ramble along the Dava Way, dolphin spotting at Chanonry Point and more. Once the children are in bed, watch the sunset slowly set with a glass of wine and selection of organic cheese from Connage Dairy.Explore
On the banks of River Findhorn in the Drynachan valley, Fisherman’s Cottage looks like something you’d only expect to see in a watercolour painting. With the sun glistening on the river, it’s easy to imagine a fisherman passing his time here on a long summer’s day. Try birdwatching, forage for berries, or visit Loch Ness, then indulge in a game supper – we can provide grouse, partridge, roe deer and more.Explore
- SURROUNDED BY BEAUTY -
- A CHARMING HIDEAWAY -
Luxury and comfort meet the wilderness and unknown at Gardener’s Cottage. With the Highlands on your doorstep, you can explore native woodlands by bike, visit for the annual Pipe Band Championships, or pick elderberries for cordial. Or you could just make the most of the peace and quiet, sitting by the restored Victorian fireplace with a good book, a cup of tea and some chunks of Scottish tablet.Explore
For summer holiday gatherings, memorable New Year celebrations, short Easter adventures or even intimate Highland inspired weddings, look no further than Drynachan Lodge. With 12 bedrooms, it’s easy to fit everyone – grandparents, cousins, family friends and more. Adults can catch up in the Tartan Room while children explore and teenagers do their own thing. In the evenings, everyone can feast and drink together in the dining room.Explore
- LUXURIOUS HIGHLAND LODGE -
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Accommodates up to 6 guests
- SURROUNDED BY COUNTRYSIDE -
Whether it’s bluebells blooming in Spring, or golden foliage in late October, you’ll always wake up to impressive views of the countryside surrounding Ivy Cottage.
Step inside and you’ll spot charming stripped wooden floorboards, sash windows, and a restored Victorian fireplace with stacks of logs. Ivy cottage has a well-equipped kitchen. So why not make the most of the wild Scottish larder – start by serving foraged wild mushrooms, followed by locally sourced oysters for main and finish with strawberries from Hardmuir Farm.
The three bedrooms are tastefully styled, but have that comforting homely feel. After all, you need somewhere great to rest after roaming the rolling hills. And with a secure hedged garden around the cottage, children and dogs can explore safely.
Whether you want to relax or explore, there’s plenty to do near Ivy Cottage. You could: Explore pine woodlands and heather-clad moorlands; Spot rare wildlife, including red squirrels, red kite, pine martens and more; Cycle quiet country roads to experience the wilderness of the Highlands; Take the children to Landmark Forest Adventure Park for the day; Admire the work of contemporary artists at Gordon Brown’s Gallery in Tain.
All properties include microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV & DVD player, iPod docking station and hairdryer. A starter hamper is provided which includes breakfast rolls, eggs, milk, butter, jam and a Scottish fudge tablet. All bed linen and towels are provided.
Logs and a stock of kindling are provided free of charge for the duration of your stay. Only adults may light and maintain fires and fireguards provided must be used.
Check-in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 10AM
Far away from the everyday in the countryside. Only a short walk to the village store, pub and Cawdor Castle.