Listing Ref: 148
Cougie Lodge, Scottish Highlands
Cougie Lodge is one of three absolutely stunning lodges all set within their own private gardens and with spectacular views over the Scottish Highlands.
Designed and finished to an exceptional standard, the lodges are conveniently located in the charming village of Cannich. With beautiful walking opportunities right on the doorstep, as well as fishing and pony trekking, the lodges are an ideal base for a retreat in this wonderful region.
Cougie Lodge accommodation
The lodge consists of two bedrooms: one king-size and one bunk bedroom. The bathroom is a shower room with a WC.
The open plan living area boasts truly remarkable views, as well as a TV with DVD player and FreeSat, perfect for cosying up and admiring the scenery when the weather is less than ideal.
Outside is an enclosed garden with furniture, which makes a lovely suntrap for a morning coffee or a long summer evening spent enjoying some al fresco drinks admiring the picturesque backdrop.
General amenities include: an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment and washer/dryer.
Bed linen and towels are included in the rent, and electricity and heating are payable by card meter.
There is ample off road parking available. No smoking. Two well-behaved dogs are welcome (charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter).
Free Wi-Fi is available on site at the pub/restaurant, which is just a short stroll away.
Cougie Lodge surrounding area
The location of these lodges is just fantastic, with world famous Loch Ness and the incredible ancient ruins, mountains and dramatic skies that characterise this stunning area.
There are numerous attractions close by. As well as being the home of Scotland’s most famous monster, Loch Ness is surrounded by nature and some of the Highlands’ most impressive scenery.
The Highlands are rich in history and incredible sights to discover. Urquhart Castle, Dog Falls, Plodda Falls, Moniack Castle and the Black Isles and Glen Ord Distillery are all absolute must-visits.
There are, of course, incredible walking opportunities throughout this beautiful place, and visitors can also enjoy skiing and water sports at various centres all over the region.
Meanwhile, the historical city of Inverness provides plenty of shopping, bustling cafes, bars and restaurants, as well as plenty of splendid architecture – such as St Andrew’s Cathedral – to admire.
Secluded, private and comfortable, these ideally located lodges provide a welcoming base for an exciting break exploring this magnificent region.