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Staying in Highland

If you want to explore the wildness of Scotland what better place to go than Cairngorms National Park. Not only can you ski here in the mountains here but there’s also wonderful forests of ancient trees and gushing waterfalls to explore. So whether you’re looking for a romantic break or quality time with the family Snaptrip has a great choice of deals for your last minute Highland holiday.

About Highland

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in highland.

  1. Lee

    Verified purchase

    "S24362 is a very quaint building in a good position for a walking holiday; it's good if you want to drive but who wants to do that when there is so much wonderful scenery on the doorstep?Some points that may help anyone booking, or thinking of booking, S24362:1. Stairs:The stairs, at the bottom, are very narrow so if you're unsteady on your feet it can be awkward using them.2. Bedrooms:BE WARNED.....the ceiling in the double room is pitched, and it's VERY pitched.The bed (quite comfortable) has a high foot-board which makes getting around it and the pitched ceiling a bit of a tight squeeze; saying that, I am a bit lad.Be careful when walking around in the bedrooms if you are of average height & above as you will smack your head!However we got around this and it added something funny to our holiday and it's fine when you get used to it.3. Bathroom:Good size and suited us perfectly; no problems whatsoever.4. Kitchen/Diner:Good facilities and everything you need to cook something to eat after a long day out.5. Lounge/Sitting Room:No TV....which was lovely! There is a radio which is all you need.There are a few games (we had a laugh playing Scrabble) which helps make some quality time with your group.6. Fire in Lounge:My little bugbear. We paid the £25 fuel allowance but we only had access to coal. There wasn't the small pieces of wood needed to start building the fire in the first place.As it was we only had one day where we needed a fire as it warmed up for the rest of the week.My suggestion is NOT to pay the £25 but get your own fuel (wood, coal, matches/lighters etc are available from the local shop) when you need it. We basically wasted £25.7. Porch:There is a drawer in the wooden chair in the porch....look in it and you'll find some binoculars which are handy.8. Parking:A parking space is situated behind the property. To access it just turn up the small drive between S24362 and the house to the left of it.9. Décor:A good standard of décor although it was a bit odd, if not weird, to have someone else's family photos all over the house.When going on holiday you want to feel that you are on holiday and having strangers' faces all around your accommodation is strange.A good amount of tartan, of course, but I'd change the paintings in the lounge to be more local or Scottish as they look a little 'English' to me...and I'm English, so I know these things!Overall:Well worth the trip, a good accommodation with some quirks but nothing to make your stay a bad one.We won't go back only because we've 'done' that part of Scotland now and have other places to visit but if we were to return then we'd use it again."
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  2. Francis

    Verified purchase

    "This is a very clean, comfortable house with nice views across Little Loch Broom. There's an identical bungalow right next to it on the same piece of land. It's in a fantastic area for hillwalking and climbing - the An Teallach massif looks right down on Camusnagaul. However, there isn't much scope for either hill or low level walking directly from the house - you wouldn't climb An Teallach from there and you couldn't really walk more than a few hundred yards along the rocky shore. The only notable option available without driving a few miles at least is to walk a mile up the road to Ardessie and walk up past the stunning waterfalls of the Allt Airdeasaigh to climb Sail Mhor.The only amenities locally are the hotel (with bar) at Dundonnell a couple of miles down the road and Maggie's Tea Room which is literally next door to the house. The nearest food shop is in Laide, 15 miles away - the one 5 miles up the road at Badcaul has closed down since we were last in the area in 2010. There are bigger shops in Gairloch and Ullapool, both nearly 30 miles away in opposite directions.The house is reasonably well equipped - the very comfortable living/dining room has satellite tv and a dvd player, however you would need to bring your own dvds as there are none in the house, nor any books. The kitchen is a good size and reasonably well equipped with pots & pans, crockery, cutlery, microwave etc. but kitchen knives, as usual in self-catering accommodation, are blunt, and the house could do with wooden or plastic chopping boards instead of the glass ones provided."
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  3. Ute

    Verified purchase

    "We sort of fell in love with S24362. It´s interior is extremely welcoming and warm. The furnishing and the colors are all of a piece. I admire the taste of the owner (or whoever is responsible), as the eye meets real beauty. The old mill times are alive in this house, without TV, what we treasured very much. On the other hand we had access to the Internet (WiFi) for any important contact to our working life.Looking out of the windows you can see the coastal line. So even if it is raining ( what of course happens when you are in Scotland :-)), you always see the ocean, changing with the weather and impressing with the view of an endless horizon.Without driving there are wonderful walks possible, starting at the steps of the house. There are other neighbors around, but it is still secluded enough to make a healthy contrast to Berlin, where we usually live. It is still, quiet, nature pure. Our next door neighbor, who welcomed us at arrival, is a wonderful old lady, very helpful and kind.The only thing that could bother you is the 10km away located nuclear power plant. We knew about it before and made a deliberate decision to go there. Whoever looks for rest and peace is at the right place here."
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  4. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "Don’t miss a drive to Lochcarron then over to Applecross via the high road, try and pick a clear day as the views are wonderful, then via the coast road to Torridan and Loch Maree and up to Gairloch, then inverewe, maybe stopping at Inverewe Gardens if you have time, the restaurant there is always worth a visit even if you haven’t time to see the gardens. Then go home and chill out looking at the wonderful views and hopefully being amused by the antics of the seals and dolphins performing in the loch very close to the cottage. Also take your dogs on holiday with you, there are lots of safe beaches for them to scamper on and the grounds of the cottage are well fenced, our three dogs love it there. The views were superb, the owner lovely, it had a well equipped kitchen, comfortable beds and our three dogs always love it there as much as we do. Can’t find any faults with it at all. June 2009."
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  5. Cliff

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was excellent value for money very well equipped, it was warm and cosy even with the below freezing temperatures outside. The Aga surprisingly easy to use and there were all the kitchen utensils you could think of. The wood burner made the lounge very cosy and there were a great selection of books and games for all ages. The location was great for getting around the local area and nearby Tain had Tesco, Asda and Lidl making shopping easy. Lots of little villages and places to explore within a half hour drive and some great walking."
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