The cottage has a cosy comfortable feel, ideal for either a couple or family group. Downstairs there is an open-plan kitchen, sitting and dining area, king size bedroom and a standard bathroom.
Upstairs there is a family room with a double and 2 single beds. On request we can provide a travel cot, stair gate and high chair for families who require them for a small additional fee of £10 per night. There is free WiFi and excellent 4G reception as well as TV, DVD and radio.
The Kitchen consists of gas hob, electric oven, fridge, kettle, toaster, microwave, dishwasher and all necessary cooking and dining equipment. There is additional fridge and freezer capacity in Kestrel, useful for a larger group.
Warm duvets and crisp cotton covers are standard. Central heating is from radiators, with a washing machine and drier also provided.
A stay in the cottages allows a dramatic open sea view down across the Moray Firth,
taking in both Chanonry Point, well known for dolphin spotting, and the historic Fort
George built after the battle of Culloden.
The cottages are within a unique area of mixed farm and woodland, with numerous
walks available straight from your door. A winding cliff path take you down to the
sandy shore with rocky features and caves to explore.