“Lovely setting surrounded by nature and very sweet hostess Highly recommended ”
Helen's reviewsAs a host (2)
“We had a fantastic stay at this beautiful log cabin. Helen is a great host and made sure we had everything we needed during our time there. The location is perfect! Secluded enough but not too far from all the facilities Inverness has to offer. There are many places to visit in the surrounding area, the hard choice for us was to either stay and enjoy the coziness of our log cabin or go out and explore the beautiful Scottish Highland. We will definitely be coming back to stay! ”
Where is it?
Travel Links:- Inverness is just 10 minutes drive away. Inverness Dalcross Airport just 20 minutes drive (several direct flights a day from London, Manchester and various other cities) Car hire is available at the airport or we can come and pick you up! You can also take the 'Caledonian Sleeper' train from London to Inverness if you wish, or hop on the train direct from Glasgow or Edinburgh.
The cabin is nestled in woodland and allows guests to really get away from it all and submerge themselves in nature. There are so many birds, the feeders having to be re-filled every day! Guests often spot deer and red-squirrel and the odd fox. When they wake from their hibernation, hedgehogs can be seen bungling around in the evening too. Red-kite, buzzards and sparrow-hawks sweep in over the woodland also.
Despite it's seclusion, you can pop into Inverness easily to pick up supplies or a take-away meal. It's really quite convenient. If you want to go out for the evening for a meal or maybe to see a performance at Eden Court, a taxi home is just £20.
There are plentiful walks in all directions from the lodge, to the peak of neighboring Ord Hill (with the remains of a vitrified fort on it's peak) or a stroll up to Loch Lundie to go wild swimming (if you're brave!) also walks to the headland to overlook the Moray Firth, or along the rocky coastline and reward yourself with tea at the White House Tearooms, or a pint when you get to the pub at North Kessock
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