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Located in-between Glen Affric and Glen Strathfarrar, the finest remaining stands of pristine Caledonian pine-forest wilderness, Eagle Brae is a luxury self-catering log village resort powered by renewables. Genuine hand-crafted log cabins made from colossal cedar logs and topped with wild-flower green roofs. There are no machine cut logs and no two logs the same: every cabin is a unique handmade work of log art. The cabin interiors feature hand-carved decorative wood carvings from the Himalayas, custom made hardwood furniture and kitchens, hand woven tweed curtains and cotton rugs, and every modern appliance and amenity you could need, including a smart TV, dvd blueray, stereo and a pc and printer in every cabin. Eagle Brae exclusively offers its online concierge service where guests can order wines, prepared meals, meats and groceries delivered direct to their cabin: a unique new brand of 'catered' self-catering in spectacular log cabins.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free Parking
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Non-Smoking Hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-Serve Laundry
Wheelchair access
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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I can only agree with everything that has already been said about Eagle Brae - this really is a special place and was ideal for a family break. The cabins are simply stunning and the children loved seeing the wildlife all around the area. The Certhia was a beautiful cabin and
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Our 2nd visit and this time we stayed in Cinclus , one of three new cabins with a Sauna ! Once again Mike and Pawana with their team continue to created a special place in Scotland. We like the winter experience in the remote countryside and to return to Eagle Brae to the 5 star
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My partner whisked me away to Eaglebrae for my 30th birthday and from the minute we arrived it took our breath away! We arrived to see deer a few feet away from our stunning log cabin, and straight away we felt relaxed and a million miles away from our city life. The location is
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Eagle Brae is simply stunning. From the moment we arrived we were warmly welcomed and our cabin was incredible. We didn't want for anything and were especially grateful for the baby equipment available. All of Mike's recommendations for outings and walks were brilliant and we
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These luxury log cabins are amazing! Not chalets, but genuine Western log cabins. We stayed during a snowy week, and we were warm and snug with under floor heating and a log stove. The kitchen is fitted out with everything you'd need for cooking during your stay (although the
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Cabin Sylvia braving the snow!
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I would suggest checking on the Eagle Brae website for availability on your dates. As accommodation is limited, it's best to do this. As tariffs vary depending on time-of-year, this will give you an accurate picture. They also give a discount on the larger lodges/cabins for low occupancy. Hope this helps. Great choice for a vacation.
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The pubs in Cannich and Tomich are both dog friendly. The Cannich pub doesn't look much from outside but they have several dogs, are very friendly and the food and beer were good. At Tomich we sat in the garden but were invited into the bar if we wanted. On the site itself you can walk up the hill at the back to the Loch (very steep) or cross the road by the entrance into the water meadows and walk round the fields and down to the river, watching out for the sheep. Had some lovely early morning walks down by the river. Elsewhere lots of walking within a few miles - Plodda falls was good apart from the road, dog falls and Glen Affric also good. Just through Struy there is Glen Strathfarrar - a beautiful drive and there is a good walk from the entrance. In Inverness there is a lovely walk down the riverside from the town heading inland, some nice hotels along the river side for lunch where you can sit outside. You can extend this walk to come back along the canal if you walk a longer walk. As said in another reply the place is so nice we were more than happy to eat on site (which we don't normally do when on holiday). The food prepared by Mike and Pawana is excellent.
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There is a pub and a hotel in Struy (about 10 mins in the car) but, as said earlier, the pub has limited opening hours. Also a pub in Cannich (about 15 mins the other way) and Tomich (a bit further). Eagle Brae do excellent frozen meals and will order food for delivery, both ready for when you arrive and during your stay. If you want to do your own shopping there are supermarkets in Beauly.
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Thanks for the message. Yes we allow dogs in 5 out of 7 of our cabins. We do not permit dogs in cabins Strix and Aquila but they are very welcome in the other five cabins. There is a small £20 charge per dog to cover the additional housekeeping following pet visits. Regarding deer, some dogs do want to chase the deer which isn't acceptable so if your dogs have a propensity to chase the wildlife they would be better on leads when here. If they aren't interested in chasing the wildlife they are very welcome to be off-lead. Hope that helps!
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Hi Louise, Thank you for your message, The easiest way for you to check availability online is to select the 'View all availability' tap on our website, this will then take you to our month by month planner and you will easily be able to see what Cabins we have available and when. As for the best time year to visit, I would suggest October rather than November as it is still fairly mild, with lots of stunning wildlife about and the colours of the woodlands are just beautiful! If you would like any further information please do get in touch anytime at all. Hope to see you and your husband here in the future. Thanks Claire
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"all lodges are lovely with good views"
"Aquila is their signature cabin, and in our views the most beautiful."
"We loved Sylvia (for 2) as it had a huge 'back garden' not overlooked and was only shared with the deer!"
"We chose a cabin away from the road, but all the cabins are quiet and elevated and in case the road is not at all busy."
"Walk up to the Hydro Weir - views are magnificent even on a rainy day!"
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