Coille Na Creige Lodges
A pair of spectacular Canadian cabins nestled in the beautiful Craigbreck Wood near North Kessock in the Scottish Highlands. Secluded within 3 hectares of private woodland, these luxury solid log cabins, are conveniently just a 10 minute drive from the Highland Capital Inverness, and just off the iconic North Coast 500 route. Just a stones throw away from the Moray Firth, these warming timber lodges come in a rural location and are perfect for friends and couples to enjoy together all year round. The Coille na Creige Lodges are accessed down a windy country lane in a beautifully tranquil spot, step inside and be instantly impressed by the high quality finish in the open plan living area. The leather sofas and woodburning stoves make them just as appealing in the crisp winter and in the summer sun. The kitchen areas are of supreme quality, providing you with all that you will need during your stay here in Kilmuir. Head to the back of the lodges and be greeted by the cosy bedrooms, the master rooms boast a fantastic en-suite shower room for your convenience. The interior of the cabins are complete with stunning family bathrooms, perfect for a long soak after a tiring day exploring the woods. The excellence of these lodges continues to the outside. Make the most of your fantastic veranda area with its lavish wooden hot tub putting the finishing touches to the Coille na Creige Lodges. Every Tuesday afternoon the local Fish Van visits, selling freshly caught langoustines, crabs, mussels, haddock and a variety of seafood for guests to purchase. The surrounding Craigbreck Wood offers a wealth of wildlife, with red squirrels, deer, long-tailed tits, red kites, herons, and owls seen throughout the year, and hundreds of visiting Canadian Geese are heard flocking overhead during the colder months. North Kessock, a stunning coastal village overlooking Moray Firth, provides you with a shop and a pub as well as access along the coast to the charming towns and villages that come with it. The beautiful city of Inverness comes just a short drive away, great for a fun-filled day out as it showcases elite shopping and eating facilities as well as some incredible buildings including the castle and cathedral. Highland Games events occur every weekend during the summer in neighbouring villages and towns. Not to mention the world class golf courses, castles, Culloden Battlefield and the famous Loch Ness to visit, all within 30 minutes drive away. The Cairngorm Ski Resort is only a 45 minutes drive away. Skiing, Husky sledge experiences as well as a resident Reindeer Herd are available to visit all year round. Organised tours can be taken from Inverness to Skye, the West Coast, Orkney and also around the local distilleries. Two outstanding, unique cabins making an ideal stay come rain or shine. The lodges are not available to Stag or Hen Parties or similar.
Moorhen Lodge is a stylish Canadian cabin situated near the Scottish Highlands village of North Kessock.
Its tranquil location and cosy interior with its woodburning stove make this lodge perfect for a relaxing break any time of year, ideal lodge for a break with friends and couples.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 939755, together they sleep 8.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin zip/link (can be a king-size on request). Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £150.
About the location
Inverness 5 miles.
North Kessock is the site of an ancient ferry route between Inverness and the Black Isle. This ferry ran, with various changes and modernisations, for 700 years, up until 1982, when the Kessock Bridge was opened. The main village consists of a long line of buildings along the shore, with a steep wooded hillside immediately behind them. The rest of the Kessock community is scattered over the hillside and through the woods, and has expanded a great deal in recent years. The nearby Beauly Firth is teeming with wildlife. Bottlenosed Dolphins, Redshank, Oystercatcher, Ringed Plover, Dunlin, Curlew and Shelduck and the Common Seal can all be seen there. In North Kessock, a small marine Wildlife Research Base monitors dolphins and seals through sightings as well as underwater microphones. Pop in and have a listen!