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Craskie Estate offers a selection of beautiful and unique holiday accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Our estate offers 155 secluded acres to explore, including our own Loch Craskie and stretch of the River Cannich (fishing permits are available for pike and brown trout), native birch and ancient pinewood forest and heather moorland. Hill walkers and mountain climbers are spoilt for choice with 14 Munros and many smaller peaks in the area. Craskie is close to the long distance Affric-Kintail Way (linking the Great Glen Way with the west coast) and the stunning North Coast 500 driving route.
The Old Mill self-catering cottage once 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 and loch views. More details can be found here.
Our two cosy Eco Pods are the perfect romantic getaway, a base to explore the area or a luxurious beginning/end to your NC500 road trip. Each heated Pod accommodates up to 4 guests with a decked BBQ terrace and stunning loch views. More details can be found here.
All our accommodation at Craskie is available from the beginning of February to the end of November and is dog-friendly. Our estate has no mobile phone reception so you really can escape from it all. Don't worry if you think you can't cope without the internet though, free wifi is available on site.
Glencannich, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, is easily accessed from Inverness (30 miles) yet remore enough to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life. Nestled between the glens of Affric and Strathfarrar, Glencannich is an unspoilt wilderness featuring the 14km long Loch Mullardoch, imposing hydro-electric dam and four Munros.
Our glen is an excellent place to see Scotland's wildlife and ideal for photographers. Red and roe deer, badgers, buzzards, otters, dippers, pinemartins and golden eagles can all be spotted at Craskie. Herds of red deer come down to our loch most evenings and the autumn rut takes place the other side of the garden fence. October is the ideal time to get close to the stags for some breathtaking photos. Visit our gallery for a look at some of the plants and animals you could spot.