The "Log Cabin" is on a smallholding in a great location on the Black Isle with open space all around you, and wonderful views out over the Cromarty Firth and mountains to the north. The Black Isle, Inverness, NC500, and the Highlands can be easily reached from here. Great for couples and individuals, for a short stop-over or a good self-contained secluded base for a longer, peaceful stay. Comfortable, well equipped, cosy with log burner and a pleasure to stay in. Very good internet.
With a sitting room, eating area and kitchen all with great views you have more than just a bedroom to enjoy and you have lovely quiet private accommodation to stay in. There is also an outside decking area, plenty of car parking and adjacent fields and forestry to walk in if you want to be outside after your journey. You can safely leave your things 'at home' knowing you have the Log Cabin to yourself when you go out travelling for the day, go for a meal on the Black Isle or go to the theatre or a concert in Inverness in the evening. Or you can stay in with the log burner lit and enjoy a cosy day or evening relaxing. There are cows and calves, two donkeys, and very free range hens on the smallholding that you can watch, feed or just appreciate.
The Log Cabin is self-catering accommodation. With a key given to you when you arrive, you can come and go as you please.
I stay on an adjacent smallholding from time to time and am available when not away on business, charity work or family requirements. The assistant cattleman lives full time on site also. Mobile phone reception is good. I recommend ordering a Giffgaff card online in advance to be delivered to your first holiday address - cheapest option I think, especially if coming from abroad outside EU - it operates on the O2 network.
Restaurants are not open every evening and last orders may be by 8 pm (Culbokie Inn) or 9pm at other restaurants. Best to check in advance and make a booking if possible.