They lie in a wooded area, with birch, larch and Scots pine. The ground immediately above opens out onto heathery moorland. This variety provides habitat, within 100 metres of your cabin, for roe and sika deer, fox, pheasant, grouse, and a whole range of other wildlife. The surrounding countryside is ideally suited for bird watching and hill walking. The Cabins are equipped with electric cooker, fridge-freezer, colour television, bath and shower. The main bedroom has a double bed, and the other has two singles. If there are more than four occupants, two beds can be made up in the living room. As there are only three cabins on the site, the tranquillity of the area is preserved. The village of Dores, 2 miles away, has only 150 inhabitants and lies on a picturesque bay. Despite the seclusion of this location, the centre of Inverness is only 15 minutes drive away. This town has been called 'The Hub of the Highlands', and this is an apt description, because its facilities serve a vast area, and a radial road system can take you north to Sutherland, west to Skye, east to Aberdeen, and south to Aviemore and the Cairngorm mountains, all within a comfortable day. Loch Ness is famous all over the world for its beauty and its mystery, and it would be hard to discover an equal to this area as a centre for exploring all that the Highlands have to offer. South Loch Ness is proud of its reputation as the quiet side - protected from, but within easy reach of, the tourist attractions across the water. Central base for touring the north, Inverness 15 minutes, Skye 110 minutes, Aviemore 50 minutes. Walking, fishing, bird-watching, riding, golfing opportunities - magnificent scenery. Colour TV. Electric heating all rooms.