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Holiday Cottages In Highland
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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. Nigel

    Verified purchase

    "The property was perfectly presented, very good indeed, it was small compared to other lodges that we have stayed in, but was plenty big enough for us, our 3 year old and dog. It was also one of the more expensive places we have stayed. However, the location is just incredible!! The views are too good for words. There are walks in in every direction and to suit every ability. It is about 15 minutes drive to the A82 which will take you to all that the West Highlands has to offer. The owners do not live on the estate full time and the caretaker is not on site, which did seem a little unusual when we booked, the advantage soon became clear - it added to the tranquility and seclusion. There is a mobile phone number for the caretaker who is always available.The only gripe was that there seems to be a daily data limit on the wifi connection, which limited some internet activities, but this wasn't really a problem. There is a TV in both bedrooms, but they do not have a separate satelite connection and so can only show what is on the TV in the living room. We watched very little TV, just DVDs in the evening and we took some children's programs on our harddrive as we always do to play on the TV. I appreciate the TV situation may be an issue to some, it was trivial to us but thought I should mention it.In summary: this is a truly special place, which instantly made us feel happy and content. An important part of a memorable holiday. And it has to be said, you do get what you pay for..."
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  2. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "The property was very comfortable with everything you could want for. Cleaning equipment and materials are provided, as well as towels, soap and very welcoming tea, biscuits and milk! The kitchen is extremely well equipped so that you can easily prepare a good meal. The house is warm and cosy and the view from the front window is fabulous, could sit and look at it all day! The location is great - just a couple of miles from the Culloden Moor and Visitor Centre and has easy access to Inverness and beyond to the Black Isle. Lots to see and do in the area - don’t miss Brodie Castle (or Brodie Country fayre) - fantastic. We also enjoyed Cromarty on the Black Isle and visited Beauly, Strathpeffer, Dingwall and Glen Strathfarrer (even saw wild deer there!) A super holiday - pity the weather wasn’t better but it didn’t stop us getting out and about. This was our second year in the area so might be a while before we come back - but would recommend this property to anyone visiting Inverness. Oct 2011."
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  3. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "Whilst the location of the property was excellent, we initially found it difficult to find coming from the A82. However, once we arrived we found it in an excellent location for travelling in all directions (though Inverness needs more directional road signs near to the centre). The cottage itself was beautifully presented, lacking for nothing. There were many thoughtful extras, eg., clocks in bedrooms, mirrors which enabled those of us visually challenged to see for make-up purposes, binoculars, jigsaws, etc. The tea & shortbread provided was an extremely nice touch as was the welcome telephone call from the owners. In all, we were unable to find any fault. The fact that we enjoyed being at the cottage so much added to the enjoyment of the holiday. June 2012."
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  4. Coral

    Verified purchase

    "This cottage was very good, in a great location but the only two issues we had was the oven door does not stay open when you need it open and the mattress was horrendous. Sleeping and comfort is imperative when staying somewhere for a week and the mattress was lumpy and on the left hand side, one half of you body was higher up than the other half!Not good at all so I would highly recommend a new bed altogether for this cottage. It is a shame as the rest of the cottage was perfect, it had all the pots, pan and cutlery you needed. Across the road is 'Skye's Oldest Bakery' which was lovely, we went there for lunch and cake, delicious!I hope my comments are taken into consideration with this cottage as it was absolutely lovely apart from the bed."
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  5. Ross

    Verified purchase

    "This recently-built cottage (accessed by a rough track) is in a scenic location with views of the Cuillin Hills. The shore of Loch Slapin is 1 km away. A working quarry nearby is screened from view by an embankment and trees. The cottage is very comfortable and generally well equipped, but a coffee table in the lounge to put drinks would be useful. If you're planning on cooking, you'll find the electric hob very slow to heat up. The owner has an impressive collection of books. Mobile reception is non-existent, but the cottage has a landline for emergencies. Wi-fi worked most of the time. The nearest shops, fuel and restaurants are in Broadford 8 km away. I'd be happy to stay again."
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