- Near the Sea
- Riverside / Waterfront
- Sports & activity
- Internet Access
- Linen provided
- Washing Machine
- Beach within 30km
- Golf within 30km
- Ideal for honeymoons
- Short breaks available
- Sea View
- catering available
From 1st November 2019 to 10th January 2020
Winter Warmer Spa Weekend at The Birdwatchers’ Cabin
£500 for 2 people. Includes:
2 nights accommodation, 2 breakfasts, 1 dinner meal kit, 1 hour spa or massage treatment each by Brae House Therapies
Offer available until end of February.
Nestled in a corner of the magical Balblair Woods in the Scottish Highlands, this rustic yet luxurious cabin is the perfect setting for immersing yourself in nature and revelling in panoramic loch and mountain views.
Positioned on the shores of Loch Fleet with magnificent views over the water, The Birdwatchers’ Cabin is the ideal spot for enjoying the company of feathered friends and local wildlife but it also offers so much more than that. The wooden interiors have been beautifully put together, with a large bed that looks out to the loch, a deep cosy sofa, a well-equipped kitchen and a wood burner for the cold nights. The immediate surroundings showcase the Highlands at their best, full of hills, forests and lakes just waiting to be explored. And the region as a whole plays host to all sorts of attractions, from golf courses to distilleries. It’s the ultimate escape.
The cabin is located within Balblair Woods and the Loch Fleet Nature Reserve so there are numerous walking trails just made for spotting wild flowers, ospreys, geese, wild fowl, seals and otters (there is a dedicated bird hide just along from the cabin). Dunrobin Castle, famous for its falconry display, is a fantastic day out, and Cairn Liath Broch is a great place for a wander and a picnic. Or you could tackle the Big Burn Walk in Golspie (only 1.5 miles), climb or bike Ben Braggie, visit one of the nearby distilleries or golf courses, and eat out at the numerous local cafes and restaurants. Day trips to places like John O’Groats and Inverness are very easy by car.
To get to the cabin you need to turn right of the A9 at Kirkton farm a few miles south of Golspie. Come down the road over the railway crossing and all the way to the trees. Come through the open gate and turn right at the bottom, you will pass a bird hide on your left keep coming and take the left at the fork in the track. The cabin parking is on the left next to two Scots pine trees just before you get to our house. There is a short path that leads to the cabin from there.
Nearest Train Station:
Several options nearby
The cabin comprises one large studio area which comprises wall-length patio doors, a double bed made up with crisp linens, a well-equipped kitchen area complete with all the basics, a wood burner, a wall-mounted TV and a comfy sofa (which can convert to a super comfy sofa bed) to sink into after a day in the outdoors. The shower room is made from local Caithness slate and natural wood and it has a luxurious waterfall shower. Baskets of breakfast and dinner ingredients can be provided.
There is a wraparound deck with a variety of seating and the loch is literally on your doorstep.
Conditions of Rental
Check in from 3pm, check out by 11am. Reservations are made on receipt of full payment. Full refund if booking is cancelled more than 14 days before it is due to start.