Late availability May and June
Take a luxury early spring break with us in March and we will pop a bottle of prosecco and smoked salmon in the fridge for your arrival
Stay in this beautifully refurbished holiday cottage. This award-winning cottage offers unique accommodation with superb features including original archways, beautiful pink sandstone and reclaimed slate. All cottages have stunning views onto the surrounding fields, woodlands and cobbled courtyard.
The cottage is ideal for 4 adults and up to 2 small children.
• Each cottage sleeps up to 4 adults with room for 2 extra small children
• Super king or twin bed configuration possible
• Ideal for families with babies and young children
• Start your stay any day of the week/Minimum stay 3 nights only
• Dogs welcome in our Holstein or Ayrshire cottage
• Fully equipped kitchen with combined washing machine/tumble dryer
• Outside seating area in cobbled courtyard
• Meals can be pre-ordered and put in your fridge
• Welcome pack with wine, milk, shortbread and amenities
Staying at The Dairy at Daviot is a truly unique experience. A converted 19th century farm steading situated on a private estate in the spectacular Highlands of Scotland. The cottage is ideally located around the original cobbled courtyard. There is a local food cafe ideal for weddings and events, ice cream parlour and children’s play park all surrounded by rolling fields, woodland, wildlife and farm animals.
The cottages are situated around the original cobbled courtyard with views onto the countryside. A children's play park is also located in the grounds and a large free car park is available for all guests.
Open plan living room and kitchen dining area with downstairs toilet.
First Floor Description
2 ensuite bedrooms which can be either super king or twin.
Window Views Description
The downstairs looks onto the fields and is ideal for spotting roe deer, hares and a variety of birds, upstairs look onto the cobbled courtyard and the countryside view.
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Moray Firth Dolphins
So where’s the best place to see the Moray Firth Dolphins? It’s Chanonry Point, Cromarty, near Inverness. Sightings of the Moray Firth Dolphins are highest in the Chanonry Point area because it’s a favourite spot for dolphins to find food. Then there are a number of locations where dolphins are fairly regularly spotted, these are at the Inverness Kessock Bridge area and Fort George near Inverness.Visit Website
Highland Wildlife Park
Discover Scottish wildlife and endangered animals of the world's mountains and tundra in our spectacular setting. Drive around the Main Reserve in your own car and then investigate the walk-round area on foot. The Wildlife Park has a wide and diverse range of animals. From native species such as the Capercaillie and Scottish Wildcat to those from further afield such as the Amur Tiger and Polar Bear.Visit Website
Urquhart Castle and Lochness
Perched on the banks of Loch Ness beside the village of Drumnadrochit, it commands great views up the length of the loch, and is one of the main sites for reported sightings of the legendary Loch Ness Monster.Visit Website
Ness Island Walks
Although within the city, the Ness Islands could easily be a million miles from it and offers a unique and serene family trip destination for those who love to wander. The islands are linked by charming old bridges and lead you on a quiet, scenic walk through huge native and imported ranges of tree life.Visit Website
Eating and Drinking
The Dairy at Daviot
Café at The Dairy is a former Farm Steading. The Café is open 7 days per week alongside it, is The Black Isle Dairy Ice Cream Parlour. Within the steading we also have 6 luxury self catering cottages.Visit Website
Culloden Moor Inn, IV2 5ED
Family friendly scottish pub with good menu and open 7 days a week.Visit Website
5 minutes from The Dairy at Daviot open 7am - 10pm daily.Visit Website
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Sporting Attractions and Activities
There is a wide selection of Golf courses in the Highlands with the most amazing scenery.Visit Website
Highlands Unbridled riding centre and more
Come see the highlands on horseback with one of our day rides!Visit Website
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Guided fishing in the Highlands of Scotland
Screaming Reels Scotland was established to provide Highland Fishing Experiences that the visiting angler will cherish forever.Visit Website
Walk the Highlands
Walking in Scotland is one the great ways to explore this beautiful country and its natural landscapes and wildlife. From hiking up mountains and the Scottish Glens to strolling along the shores of shimmering vast lochs. You won’t be disappointed with our beautiful scenery and the magnificent views. Whether you’re taking guided walks through the Scottish Highlands, or you’re planning hill walking in Scotland with friends and family, there’s a Loch Ness, Inverness walk for you. We promise walking holidays for all abilities.Visit Website
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