Relax on the south facing balcony shared with the squirrels and the many birds visiting the feeders throughout the day. Enjoy the stars at night without light pollution. Roe deer graze in the native woodland, and yet this quiet retreat is only ten minutes from the shops and beaches in Nairn.
The lodge has a spacious living area and 3 bedrooms. The double room is ensuite, while the twin and bunk rooms are served by a bathroom suitable for wheelchair users. Always kept very clean, with broadband and many extras. Or choose a chalet or caravan to provide comfortable accommodation at a lower cost. No smoking inside.
Therese will welcome you to this organically farmed croft and invite you to collect eggs and feed pet lambs when we have them. Families consider this a safe place to let children play outside with trampoline, bikes and boat. A short video on our Hiddenglen website shows farm animals, children's activities and wildlife. See the five star reviews on TripAdvisor.
Nairn has been a holiday town since before Charlie Chaplin started coming here. With similar rainfall to Paris, plenty sunshine, sandy beaches and dolphins, many families return year after year. It’s close to Inverness for monster hunting around the dark and misty loch, and where castles, forts and distilleries are around almost every corner. Mountains, moors and forests, with rivers
tumbling through rocky pools, provide beautiful countryside in which to walk, or explore
with a mountain bike. Visitor attractions, golf courses and restaurants are abundant, as are retail parks for those with withdrawal symptoms!
Phone to discuss your requirements, there will be no pressure to make a booking, or visit our own website for more details. Prices range from £260 to £750 per week. Last minute deals and short breaks maybe available.