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*NEW! Highland bungalow in heart of The Cairngorms
Entire bungalow · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

*NEW! Highland bungalow in heart of The Cairngorms**NEW LISTING** LOCHEIL is a newly refurbished luxurious 2 bedroom semi-detached home, sleeping up to 4 people. Located on a quiet street in Aviemore at the foot of The Cairngorms National Park and a short 5 minute walk to the village centre. A self catering home which boasts a modern contemporary style whilst keeping a traditional Highland feel throughout. This lovingly transformed space is perfect for families, couples, or a group of friends to relax and enjoy the Highlands on your doorstep

The Bird House
Entire residential home · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

The Bird HouseThe Bird House is positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with free private parking, front and back garden both suitable for dining and a fresh modern interior. Almost on the doorstep we have the local country club with bar, restaurant and leisure facilities open to non residents, award winning golf course and clubhouse and woodland and riverside walks that are part of the Speyside Way. We are 5 mins from the nearest shop and takeaway and slightly further to the busy main street of Aviemore.

Historic cottage in countryside location
Entire cottage · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1 bathroom

Historic cottage in countryside locationMeikle Kildrummie dates back to 1670. Added later, the adjacent 200 year old cottage has been beautifully renovated and sits in a peaceful location within a 2 acre garden surrounded by open countryside. It’s perfectly situated as a base for exploring the highlands of Scotland, the fabulous beaches and places of interest around the Moray Firth, as well as being on the doorstep of the acclaimed Malt Whisky Trail. The Highland Capital of Inverness is only 20 minutes away.

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Popular amenities for River Findhorn holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Pebble Beach Studio
  1. Entire rental unit
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Flat 5 - Cosy 1 bedroom flat, Central Inverness
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Westhill, Inverness
TomaX Garden Cabin...explore the Highlands
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Highland Council
Sea View
  1. Entire place
  2. Highland Council
NEW TO MARKET Peaceful "Coorie-in" Boat of Garten
  1. Private room
  2. Nairn
private room at friendly organic smallholding
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Highland Council
Newly refurbished beachside apartment in Nairn
  1. Entire guest suite
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Into the wild, quiet rural near Nairn and Cawdor
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Cromarty
The Garden House at the Old Manse, Cromarty
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Aviemore
Cosy! 2 bed self-catering for 4 Central Aviemore
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Highland Council
Shadow's Cottage situated in Fishertown, Nairn.
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Highland Council
Wee Ness Lodge - Inverness

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  • Rogues, Picts and a Dram above Loch Ness
    Hidden secret gardens, 'baby' Giant Sequioa, Rogues, Vikings and possibly even a monster are the things you'll hear about and see during our walk around the Craigmonie Woodland and Balmacaan Estate. Meeting at my house we'll head towards the old estate and wind our way through a mix of oak and native Scots pine woodland on the path up to the viewpoint. Along the way you'll hear the history of the area from visits by Robert the Bruce, the legend of a Norse Prince who lent his name to a couple of landmarks and a Bard that got into a spot of bother with the local clan chief. The viewpoint itself will give spectacular views over Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness where you can pause and soak up the scenery. We'll stop here for a while to have a dram of malt whisky and toast the scenery before meandering back home under the crag and through Hazel woods. Other things to note: The path is mostly good quality singletrack and forest path and there is a fair amount of ascent involved so a reasonable amount of fitness is required.
    From Price:£12/person
  • Scenic Bike Tour of Inverness
    We ride along the River Ness. We will see the oldest trees and the non native trees grow on the Ness islands. We stop briefly at Inverness Botanical Gardens a hidden gem prior to arriving onto the world famous Caledonian Canal before stopping at the bridges and learning about the stairway locks, leaving the Canal we go through the only Nature Reserve in the Highlands the Merkinch Nature Reserve, riding along the reserve sea wall we have the chance of seeing the most northerly pod of Bottlenose Dolphins. Joining the River Ness again heading upstream towards Inverness finishing with views of the city skyline and oldest churches in Inverness before returning to the City. Other things to note This is a adults only tour, 13 years and above. Guests must be able to cycle a bike. The tour is on the flat so not to energetic. Height restrictions are 4 foot 9 and above. We meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time to fit the bike and helmet to your comfort.
    From Price:£25/person
  • Celtic handfasting ceremony
    We will collect you both from your accommodation and take you to a beautiful and secret location near Loch Ness with celtic rings and altar where dressed in traditional Scottish dress I will explain this full celtic ritual of handfasting. After the traditional gaelic introduction the rest of the ceremony will be in english and I will join your hands together and you will repeat the old vows of binding from long ago. You will be offered the chance to recite your own vows after this if you wish. After the ceremony you can relax with your loved one and a romantic and decadent Scottish gourmet picnic and drinks complete with fire, rugs, blankets, crockery etc. We will then return you to your selected inverness destination. Other things to note This is not a legally binding ceremony and available for lovers, married couples, same sex and mixed sex couples alike.
    From Price:£75/person
  • Sunrise at a Magical Location
    Ths is a chance to experience a sunrise high up at the monument known as Cnoc Fyrish above the Cromarty Firth. Its a very early start as we need to drive out to the area and climb to the top for the sunrise - but it will all be worth it! At the monument I will help in you getting the best from your camera and ensure you take some super sunrise shots, we'l then have a picnic of shortbread and coffee. The walk is around 2.5 hours there and back with time at the top it's normally 3 hours covering around 4km with a challanging 300m ascent. But we take it at your pace and with incredible views the whole way, we stop for plenty of photos as we catch our breath on the way up! You do need to be prepared for windy and chilly weather, even in summer and it may mean that our picnic is a speedy one, or we have it lower down the hill once we have seen the sunrise. In the case of rain we may not be able to see a sunrise, but the tour will still go ahead. Other things to note Guests need to have a moderate level of fitness and the ability to walk a hilly 5 miles. Please ONLY consider this tour if your health allows for this kind of activity.
    From Price:£45/person
  • Make a Felted Landscape in Inverness
    Guests will be introduced to a wide colour palette of ethically sourced merino wool reflecting the rich colours of the Scottish Highlands. We will then tease apart and layer the wool to form a landscape scene before adding sparkling strands, and other felted fibres to represent sheep, trees and crofts. We will then sprinkle warm soapy water onto our artwork before rubbing it between 2 layers of bubblewrap. It's a bit like shinking a jumper in the wash! Our fibres will eventually bond, forming a firm piece of fabric. The artwork is rinsed and excess water squeezed out. Once dry, your unique felted landscape will be ready for you to take home and frame. Other things to note The cabin is accessed via a series of steps and gentle slopes which may be challenging for guests with limited ability. The cabin has quite a low roof so please mind your head if you're over 5' 8"
    From Price:£40/person

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