Beauly, Inverness-shire, Scottish highlands, Scotland, IV4 7LE
We are confident Eagle Brae’s beautiful log cabins are unlike any other you may have seen or stayed in before. Using the finest Western Red Cedar logs, each has been hand-built by master craftsmen using authentic Norwegian techniques. Specially sourced from sustainably managed forests in British Columbia, Canada, the wood has an exceptional thermal performance, a beautiful grain and natural insect deterrent qualities.Read More
Eagle Brae sleeps up to 38 guests across 10 cabins (with three new cabins each with a sauna added in December 2018). The maximum any one cabin can take is 6. Spacious, yet cosy, the interior of each home is a work of art in itself. Log burning stoves, Scottish motifs, local artwork and period sporting paraphernalia blend with wooden furnishings carved in the Himalayas to create an ambience unlike any you may have experienced before.
Each home has also been created with contemporary needs in mind. They contain a full range of modern appliances, a Wifi broadband connection and dedicated PC/office space for guests who want to keep in touch with work during their stay. There is disabled access, and one cabin (Buteo) also has additional fittings such as wet room bathroom for disabled guests.
Eagle Brae is set among the grandeur of some of the wildest glens, highest mountains and largest lochs of the northern Scottish Highlands. Several Munros – Scottish mountains over 3,000ft high – lie at the head of nearby Glen Affric and Glen Strathfarrar, offering the perfect challenge for energetic Eagle Brae adventurers. Three major lochs feed into Rivers Farrar and Glass, providing excellent salmon fishing on Eagle Brae’s own private beats. Also within easy reach is Strathfarrar’s indigenous pinewood forest and regenerating wildflower grasslands.