Craskie Estate is located in beautiful and secluded Glencannich in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Easily accessible from Inverness (30 miles) yet remote enough to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Nestled between the glens of Affric and Strathfarrar, Glencannich is an unspoilt highland wilderness featuring the 14km long Loch Mullardoch, impressive Mullardoch hydro dam and 4 Munros.
The estate has 155 acres to explore including our own Loch Craskie and stretch of the River Cannich. Permits for wild, Brown Trout and Pike fishing in these waters are available on request in season. Hill walkers and mountain climbers are spoilt for choice with 14 Munros and many smaller peaks in the area. Craskie Estate is close to the newly opened, long distance Affric-Kintail Way which links the Great Glen Way to the west coast.
The Old Mill self-catering highland cottage historically housed the water mill worker and has been sympathetically renovated with modern amenities. It now provides cosy accommodation for 3+1 with an enclosed garden. More details can be found here: The Old Mill.
Glencannich is an excellent place to see Scotland's wildife. Red and roe deer, badgers, buzzards, dippers, otters, pinemartins and golden eagles are just a selection of what can be seen. Herds of red deer come down to our loch most evenings and the autumn rut takes place the other side of the garden fence! Take a look at our gallery for a taste of the animals and plants you could spot.
Craskie Estate has no mobile phone reception so you really can escape from it all. Don't worry if you think you cannot cope without the internet though, free wifi is available on site.