Heather Barn is perfect for a couple’s holiday to the Scottish Highlands. This compact studio has a double bed, a brace of armchairs and a kitchen area equipped with all you need to self-cater.
There’s a small spot to sit outside when the weather is warm, and it’s dog-friendly so you can take one pet along with you.
Loch Ness is just a few minutes away, so you will spend much of your time in the spectacular outdoors walking by the water, hiking in the hills or taking a boat out looking for Nessie.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Flat Screen TV
About Heather Barn
This cosy holiday accommodation is a stylishly restored studio cottage. In the main area there is a double bed, a couple of armchairs, TV and coffee table.
A partial wall separates the kitchen space which comes equipped with a full oven and hob, washing machine, microwave fridge-freezer and dining table with chairs.
A spacious shower room and WC completes the layout. Outside there is a small area to sit, and 1 pet is welcome to stay.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Balnain, Nr Inverness
Nestled on the banks of Loch Ness, Drumnadrochit is a popular destination with visitors to the Scottish Highlands. The village has a handful of shops and places to eat, and it’s not far from here to Inverness.
Loch Ness is one of the most-visited areas of Scotland. This 23-mile-long stretch of water offers beautiful views from every side. It’s a great place to holiday with your dog as there walking paths of varying lengths all around the water. Dores Beach is a pebbly spot where you can find peace and quiet, plus there are red squirrels and wild birds to look out for as well.
The southern side of the loch is less busy and offers gentle hills, areas of woodland and some hidden fishing spots that fishermen enjoy. Nearby there is the Falls of Foyers to visit where water tumbles down rocks into a gorge. History buffs will enjoy Urquhart Castle – this ruin still has a tower to climb and the prison cells are still intact too.
Brodie Castle is a few miles away but there are tour guides who will tell you everything about this magnificent grand house. With art on the walls and antique furniture to admire, there’s a lot to see here. Inverness is the capital of the Highlands and is a lively city crammed with things to do.
There’s a castle here, but only in name. It’s actually a courthouse but it offers great views if you climb to admire the building.
There are shops of every kind here, and some are unique to the area, such as the tweed shop. An art gallery, museum and cathedral can be found as well. And come dinner time there are plenty of places to eat from budget-friendly cafes to fine dining restaurants
A trip to the Scottish Highlands isn’t complete without a visit to Loch Ness. Heather Barn is situated just minutes away, so you can spend much of your stay walking along the water’s edge and explore the visitors’ centre here.
Lively Inverness is only 23 miles away, and where is much to do and see. Venture a little further and you can take a tour of the fishing villages dotted along the Moray Firth.
It’s like taking a trip back in time. Heather Barn is the ideal accommodation to book as a base to explore this pretty region. It’s a compact studio with everything you need if you like to head off for the day. You can take along Fido too, so your pooch doesn’t have to be left behind.
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