Cawdor Cottages offer self catering accommodation located in and around the Conservation Village of Cawdor near Nairn. The holiday cottages are set in a variety of superb locations with numerous outdoor activities available locally including walking, mountain bike riding, golf, fishing and adventure trails.
There are five individual cottages all styled in keeping with the character of the buildings.
Achneim Cottage - sleeps two. Achneim is perfect for a romantic break and has stunning views over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle. The cottage offers a large sitting room with open fire, fully equipped kitchen with separate utility, double bedroom and a newly refurbished bathroom.
Ivy Cottage - sleeps six. Ivy is located in the village of Cawdor. The cottage offers a sitting room with open fire, kitchen/diner, downstairs shower room, one double bedroom, and two first floor twin rooms and a bathroom.
Lochanshelloch Cottage - sleeps 6. Lochanshelloch is surrounded by mature, mixed woodland and open farmland. The cottage offers two twin rooms and a bathroom upstairs, and one double bedroom, large sitting room with open fire, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, recently refurbished shower room and utility downstairs.
Fisherman's Cottage - sleeps 6. Fisherman's is set on the banks of the River Findhorn. The cottage offers a spacious sitting room/dining room with a wood-burning stove, fully equipped kitchen, beautifully renovated shower room and separate bathroom, one double bedroom and two spacious twin bedrooms all on one floor.
Gardener's Cottage - sleeps 6. Gardener's is set close to the banks of the River Findhorn. The cottage offers two twin bedrooms upstairs, a spacious sitting room with open fire, one double bedroom, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, newly renovated bathroom and shower room all on the ground floor.
Our self-catering accommodation is perfect for a quiet and relaxing country retreat or a base for an outdoor adventure.
With the granite mountain ranges of Monadhliath and Cairngorm to the south, the beautiful glens and straths of the Black Isle to the north, and with the sandy coastline of the Moray Firth on our doorstep, Cawdor Estate is undoubtedly situated between landscapes of dramatic contrast. The countryside around Cawdor is one of grazing meadows and arable fields, wooded foothills and lofty heather clad moorlands, rambling forests and fast-flowing rivers.
The ancient woodlands of Cawdor Big Wood and Darnaway lie nearby; remnants of the once vast Caledonian Forest. Three great rivers cut a swathe through this undulating land: the River Spey, the second longest river in Scotland, but indisputably the fastest; the River Findhorn, renowned for its gorge scenery; and the River Nairn, rising in the Monadhliath Mountains and flowing northeast to enter the Moray Firth at Nairn.
For more information about our holiday cottages in Cawdor, Nairnshire please visit our website.
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Children and dogs are welcome - we do charge a fee for your dog to stay with us.
Any day check in.
Minimum stay two nights.Visit Website www.cawdor.com
Features & Amenities
- Sleeps: 1 to 6
- Off Street Parking
- Children Welcome
- Log Fire
- Golf Nearby
from £258 - £1691 per week