Eagle’s Crag Cottage – Scottish Highlands
Sleeps: Sleeps up to 10 in 2 double/twin en-suite bedrooms and a large loft family room sleeping up to 6 children with separate bathroom.
Hideaway Type: A remote family friendly catered highland retreat with panoramic views.
Location: Set in the rural 23,000 acre Alladale Willderness Reserve in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, 1 hour from Inverness. Prepare for stunning scenery and beautiful views.
Facilities: Underfloor and wall heating, Wood burner, Fully equipped kitchen, Nespresso Machine, Coffee grinder, Juicer, Nutri-bullet, Dish washer, Large TV, and DVD / Blue-ray player, CD-player, Broadband WiFi, Washing machine and drying area + dry rack, Iron + iron board, Hair dryer, Outdoor terrace space, BBQ, Bed linen and towels,firewood provided, Cot(s) and high chair(s) available.
Activities: : Admire the breath-taking scenery and wildlife, spend days exploring the Reserve whether it be hiking or biking or by guided tour. Go brown trout fishing or clay pigeon shooting, or dolphin watching. Visit a local whisky distillery or local pub. Host some local entertainment at your lodge or book a therapist to come for some TLC. Horse riding, canoeing, golfing, day trips and various different tours can also be organised.
Children: This is a very child friendly property. The kids will love having a sleepover in the loft room.
Furry Friends: Well-behaved dogs welcome at a £35 per dog housekeeping surcharge
Service: Fully catered. Breakfast items are provided whilst lunch and dinner are prepared by Alladales resident chef and delivered daily to your door. Menus are agreed in advance. See sample menu here.
High season price from: £4,950 for four adults + £300 for each additional guest (over 5 years old) fully catered.
Exclusive Use:Reserve Ghillie’s Rest, Eagle’s Crag and Alladale Lodge all together for the ultimate larger group getaway.
Closed from: 6th January – 12th March 2021
This charming cottage epitomises what a perfect Highland retreat should be. Located among rugged mountains, forests, rivers and Lochs in the heart of the Scottish Highlands you are fully emersed in nature and will feel a million miles away from busy reality. Eagle’s Crag has three en-suite bedrooms one of which is a large loft room sleeping up to 6 children making it the perfect family getaway. This cottage has been beautifully furnished and provide wonderful comfort and amazing views, much needed at the end of a long day hiking the hills. Your only worry will be where to explore each day as the cottage comes fully catered with breakfast items provided and whilst lunch and dinner delivered daily to your door.
The food here is a tasty, locally sourced, organic fare. The vegetables, salads, herbs and berries are all grown in Alladales aquaponic 1.5 acre garden. We love that the electricity needed to power the greenhouses is produced by a hydro-generator, making it a zero waste and zero emissions ethical food production scheme. The venison is wild and ethically culled whilst regional suppliers offer fresh and wild caught seafood and local trout. Menus are tailored to your tastes by chef Natasha Buttigieg. She will prepare three lovely, homely meals a day during the whole of your stay which will be delivered to your cottage daily.
Alladale Wilderness Reserve’s
Alladale Wilderness Reserve is a 23,000 acre estate deep in the Scottish Highlands whose mission is to restore the balance of nature. A stay here directly contributes to the work of their charity partner The European Nature Trust which supports wildlife and conservation projects cross Europe. We love its strong stance on sustainability and how it highly values its connection with local produce, suppliers, communities, people and businesses. From sourcing all its’ ingredients from their own vegetable garden or local suppliers to boosting local employment and supporting local attractions. Alongside this the Alladale team works hard to rewild this unique part of the Highlands to its former glory, reintroducing original plant and wildlife species. Over the last 15 years, amongst numerous projects, they have planted almost 1 million trees, restored damaged peatlands, brought back the red squirrel, introduced a Scottish wildcat enclosure as part of a captive breeding project in partnership with the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and hosted thousands of local teenagers for week-long outdoor school trip.