Out & About

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  • Deer calf - resizedFrom Sgurr na Lapaich looking down on Loch Monar

Culligran Cottages are set within Culligran Estate, at the eastern end of Glen Strathfarrar. Based around a working sheep and deer farm, this family-owned estate has diversified over the years into the letting of salmon fishing and deer stalking, tourism and, more recently, into renewable energy with a small hydro scheme.
While here, there is a wealth of interesting things to see and do in the area.

Beyond the glen

  • Beauly – shops, cafes
  • Glen Affric and Plodda Falls
  • Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle
  • Inverness, the Highland Capital
  • Golf courses – Aigas 9-hole
  • Canoeing – Boots ‘n Paddles
  • Black Isle – dolphin-watching
  • Art Galleries – Kilmorack
  • Culloden Battlefield and Fort George
  • Cawdor Castle & Gardens
  • Ord Distillery

Places to Eat Nearby

  • Struy Inn
  • Cnoc Hotel, Struy
  • Corner on the Square – Deli & Café, Beauly
  • Bog Cotton Café, Cannich
  • Tomich Café and Post Office
  • Table Manors, Achnagairn, Kirkhill

Latest News & Offers

Late Availability

Big savings ! Due to cancellations August 13-20 available in two 2-bedroom chalets – each £400 or £700 together – would sleep 8 easily or 10 using sofabed. W/c August 27th – small chalet, now £400 W/c September 3rd – Birch (3 bedrooms) – now £400, also Aspen (2 bedrooms) – now £370