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Self-Catering in Loch Ness

Wilderness Cottages, Loch Ness, Highlands

Wilderness Cottages
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Loch Ness

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Wilderness Cottages is a small family business run from the shores of Loch Ness. We are agents for some of the best luxury self-catering holiday cottages available on the south side of Loch Ness.

We have a wide selection of holiday accommodation, including loch side cottages with log fires, a favourite choice for honeymoons, and couples wanting a romantic holiday cottage close to the most famous Loch in the Highlands of Scotland, to a large 6 bed roomed holiday home for larger family groups, fishing clubs etc. Pets welcome in most cottages.

A Wilderness Cottage can offer you privacy, perfect peace, breathtaking views and miles of forest walks, some starting at your back door.

Please check our website for full details of our self-catering cottages or send for a brochure.


Nearest Train Station: Inverness
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Ratings/Awards: 3/4 Star Green Tourism (Gold)
Nearest Airport: Inverness
Number of Units: 20
Unit Type: Cottages
Nearest Major Town: Inverness
Distance: 18 miles (varies)

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Gardens for Guest Use
Suitable for Disabled - Some
Dogs/Pets Welcome
Restaurant/Pub Nearby - Some
Electric Cooking
Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
Weekend/Night Bookings Taken - Out of season
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