Excellent Self Catering AccommodationOur nine Lodges offer accommodation for up to 4 or 6 guests in each Lodge, with a range of options for bedrooms, bathrooms and shower rooms. Just find the Lodge that best suits your individual needs. Read More
What they all have in common is toasty warm electric heating, well equipped kitchens (not all of them have dishwashers, so if that is important to you, choose your Lodge wisely!), a TV with integrated DVD Player and free WIFI. They are all fully carpeted and we provide all bedlinen and towels.
Our SiteThe Lodges are set in our own little valley of three acres of open grass and trees. We are bordered on two sides by a small burn (river) and you enter the site across our own little bridge. Read More
Each Lodge has their own rustic garden seating and barbeque (bring your own coals!). Rona Lodge and Eigg Lodge have decks that are large enough to accommodate your garden seating, and on a warm summer evening we see some serious barbequing going on around the site! There is enough parking by each Lodge for at least 2 cars.
ChildrenThis is a wonderful place for children to holiday. We are tucked away from any roads and our onsite driveways are great for biking, skateboarding, roller skating and scootering! Read More
We have a little play park with 2 swings and a slide and it’s lovely to see children meeting up with others on holiday and forming lasting friendships. There is also a small indoor play area with childrens pool table for them to meet up in if it is raining. Raasay Lodge is situated right next to the play area, so if you have small children and want to keep an eye on them when they are playing, then this is the Lodge for you. Longay, Rhum and Pabay are pretty close as well.
DogsThis is a great part of the world to bring your dog on holiday with you. I have two dogs that live with me on the site, and they love meeting the guests dogs. We take a maximum of two dogs in each Lodge. Read More
Your dog must be over six months old, be well behaved and kept on a lead whilst on the site to protect the privacy and comfort of other guests. Make sure you include your dog on your booking – we need to know in advance if you are bringing one.
WildlifeWe are a great location for bird watching – in fact as I write this I am looking at a Woodpecker on the peanut feeder outside my window! We have bird feeders all around the site and we get lots of Great Tits, Coal Tits, Blue Tits, Long Tailed Tits, Green Finches, Siskins, Wrens, Robins, Yellow Hammers, Chaffinches, Gold Finches, Bull Finches (occasionally), as well as the usual Black Birds, Thrushes and Sparrows. Read More
I see the Woodpecker most days and there is a Sparrow Hawk that patrols the bird feeders (unfortunately for the little birds). Red Squirrels were re-introduced into the woods at the back of the Lodges in the summer of 2017. They have already bred and I have seen them on the site a couple of times. I guess as their numbers grow we will see them more often. Little Roe Deer live in the woods around us and occasionally come onto the site when it is quiet. We also have the elusive Pine Martens, and we are currently doing work to try to attract them more. We have a local fox that sneaks onto the site after my hens – particularly during fox cub season.
Local Shops and RestaurantsIf you don’t fancy cooking then Plockton has 3 restaurants and 2 pubs, all of which serve great food – much of it based on local fish and other local ingredients. Read More
There is a small supermarket in Kyle of Lochalsh (4 miles away) that is open until 11pm each day and there are many galleries and other shops both in the local area and on the Isle of Skye. (Photo of Plockton)