Mill Croft Caravan is nestled on the edge of Edderton Glen woods just 5 miles outside the Historic town of Tain which also happens to be right on the North Coast 500 route. Surrounded by woodlands and natural beauty there is ample choice of outdoor activities to indulge in. This beautiful secluded spot with Edderton Burn right on your doorstep. Accommodation comprises of 3 bedrooms and a pull out sofa bed.
“What an amazing hidden gem! We stayed for 4 nights which wasn’t long enough. The place was perfect for the 5 of us. Absolutely amazing hosts who were very welcoming and really nice to meet, helpful with things to do etc. The caravan was Spotlessly clean, the view all around was amazing, you could explore for ages, great walks, could lose hours just staring at it all. Loved the Extra touches of breakfast items in the fridge, tv and dvds for the kids. We can’t wait to return and explore some more.”
The Steading ground floor comprises of a spacious kitchen and a bath room with a shower. Up the stairs you find a double bedroom. Quite compact but very cosy.
“We booked this place due to its quirkiness, we fancied something a bit different. Sue was there to great us on our arrival, make us feel at home and show us around the Strathy. She’d already got the log fire going for us! It doesn’t matter that it’s off the beaten track as the Strathy is fully equipped for self catering. We cooked both nights we were there with a plethora of cooking pots, pans and utensils. We wanted for nothing. The bed took some getting used to up in the eves but it all added to the quirkiness of the place. The shower was nice and hot and if you get a bit chilly there’s a red hot heater in there as well as a heater in the bedroom. There’s lots of interesting artwork about the Strathy and grounds so go and explore. I particularly liked the big drift wood throne and the robot frogs. Sue was conscientious, attentive, friendly and helpful along with Bob her little helper. N.B. The listing does state that Sue may want access to the shower and fridge in the Strathy but we never actually saw her using either during our 2 night stay. We would definitely stay here again if in the area (I would dearly like to spend time with Bob again).”
There will be a friendly welcome. A private room to sleep in with a bathroom next door( shared with owner) . You can use the kitchen and food and drink will be available if needed . You are welcome to sit in sitting room, TV, comfy chairs and wood burner. I do have two cats but they will probably stay out the way. Quiet area and woods near by for a walk.
“Sheila is an excellent host! Very clean, tidy and comforting home. She was excellent to help us with information about Inverness or anything else we asked, I highly recommend this home and host ! Cheers, Tyler.”