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Big Sky Lodges
Property: 6108 Highland

Big Sky Lodges - Rowan Lodge

Sleeps: 6 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

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  • Beautiful views, extremely peaceful setting.
  • Great base to explore.

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Six warm and cosy log cabins, sleeping up to six in each, surrounded by birch woods, and meadows grazed by highland cattle, at Drynie Park, a peaceful and picturesque area 10 miles from Inverness, in the Highlands of Scotland.

Wood burning stoves, solid pine floors, full central heating, wood lined rooms.

The log cabins all have three bedrooms with two bathrooms.

The kitchens are fully fitted and the large lounges have comfy and stylish furniture.

Big Sky Lodges has over 17 acres of open fields and woodland, with accommodation in six luxurious holiday log cabins set on our croft, in the heart of the glorious Highlands of Scotland.

Ideally situated just ten minutes from Inverness, with its International airport, and near to Loch Ness.

On the very doorstep is some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland.

This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

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Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: Yes. By request. £25 extra
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. Bedlinen and towels provided

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil

Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Wood

Disabled Facilities: Yes. Disabled access ramps

Outdoor Facilities: No. 

Local Services: Local village 4 miles away, pubs and few shops. 10 miles from Inverness, lots of shops,restaurants, pubs, theatre etc

Standard Rates

Low season: £350 to £450, short breaks available from £260.

High season: £450 to £820.


If arriving by car from the South:

Stay on the A9 dual carriageway past Inverness for about 7 miles until you come to Tore roundabout.

Take the second exit, signposted Dingwall (I know the first exit is signposted Muir of Ord; trust me, don't go that way), and continue up the hill for about a mile and a half until you see a sign marked Wellhouse and Drynie Park.
Turn left here and continue for about a mile along a single track road and the lodges are about half a mile on the left past the double bend.

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