The Old Mill, holiday cottage Scotland
The Old Mill, holiday cottage Scotland
Craskie Estate
Craskie Estate

Local Amenities

There's plenty to do in the area. Here are a few local amenities to help you make the most of your stay, along with some of the activities on offer to whet your appetite. 

Take a look at our gallery for a taste of the amazing wildlife that can be seen on and around Craskie Estate.

Shopping & Eating Out:

 

Cannich Stores & Post Office (3 miles)

Co-Operative Group, Beauly (17 Miles)

ScotMid Co-Op, Drumnadrochit (15 Miles)

Petrol Station - Beauly (17 Miles) & Drumnadrochit A82 (15 Miles)

Supermarkets - Dingwall and Inverness.

 

Cannich Village Shop & Post Office - www.facebook.com/cannichstores

Local Spar shop and Post Office in the centre of and serving the village of Cannich. A good place to get essential supplies and fill your fridge. 

 

Slaters Arms - Cannich's local pub serves local Ales and home cooked food. 

 

Cnoc Hotel, Struy - Good pub food and Local Ales in Struy some 7 miles distant. www.thecnochotel.co.uk

 

Fiddler's, Drumnadrochit - Famous whiskey bar serving great quality home cooked food and boasting hundreds of whiskeys for the malt lover. (Open March-November) www.fiddledrum.co.uk

 

Tomich Hotel, Tomich - Yet another hotel serving good local produce and ales. www.tomichhotel.co.uk

Things To Do:

Craskie Estate, The Old Mill. Dolphins Dolphins at Chanonry Point

 

Hillwalking, Hiking and Munro-Bagging - Craskie is perfectly situated to access a number of Munro peaks and Corbett peaks in the local area, 14 Munro peaks can be reached easily. www.munromagic.com. During the summer a ferry service runs to take you across Loch Mullardoch to the mountains on the other side. We can arrange to transport you to and from the ferry point.

 

The Affric-Kintail Way - is the UK's newest long distance walking route, linking the Great Glen Way to Kintail on the West Coast. The Route is suitable for walkers and cyclists. Craskie is the perfect place to hang your boots after walking the first section. www.affrickintailway.com

 

Glenaffric - A beautiful glen which is undergoing an extensive reforestation and conservation project. One of the largest remnants of ancient Caledonian Pine Forest can be seen here with a smaller area existing in Glencannich. www.glenaffric.org

 

Dolphin Watching - The Moray Firth is famous for its resident dolphins, visiting whales and other marine life. Chanonry Point is an excellent place to spot them. Eco Ventures

 

Golf - There are courses at Aigas (9 holes) and Muir of Ord (18 holes). There is also a PGA standard links course at Castle Stuart close to Inverness airport.

 

Urquart Castle - This historic castle was built in 1509, has been under the stewardship of Historic Scotland for many years and is a picture postcard favourite.

Historic Scotland

 

Horse Riding - There are ample opportunities to get out and about and explore the area on horseback, giving your feet a rest. 

Dark Deer Croft 

Highland Pony Trekking, Cougie

 

Loch Ness - Loch Ness is the biggest body of water in the UK and myth and legend abound. Take a drive along the A82 and see if you can spot Nessie! Alternatively, you can take advantage of the museums and exhibitions to gain an insight into the famous monster...

 

The Loch Ness Centre & Exhibtion - A fine collection of artefacts and informative museum tour, suitable for all ages. 

 

Cruises on the loch are available from a lots of companies, a number of which can be found below:

Jacobite Cruises

Cruise Loch Ness

 

Inverness - Inverness is the capital city of the Highlands, boasting all the usual ameneties for tourist and local. Supermarkets, shopping centre, bars, restaurants, souvenirs etc. 

 

 

Contact us

Craskie Estate Ltd

 

Craskie

Glencannich

Cannich

Beauly

Inverness-shire

IV4 7LX

01456 415398

 

E-mail: info@craskieestate.com

 

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