Our accommodation for Walking Holidays in Scotland's Highlands and Islands will undoubtedly help make your visit a truly memorable one. From former hunting lodges to hotels with wild red deer in the garden, the choice is very special indeed. You're always assured a warm Highland welcome.  Here are a few examples of the catered accommodation we may use:

Stack Lodge
A former hunting lodge on the Reay Forest Estate, Stack Lodge provides possibly the best 'get away from it all' location in Britain. On the famous Salmon fishing river Laxford, and at the edge of Loch Stack, the lodge is overlooked by some of Scotland's most iconic mountains, such as Arkle, Foinavon and Ben Stack. Sleeping up to 13 people in understated luxury, the setting is stunning, and your group will benefit from housekeeping and high quality home cooking using fresh local produce.

Isle of Muck
A stunning new development overlooking the sea and beach at Gallanach on Muck. With uninterrupted views across to the mountains of Rum, the setting is absolutely idyllic. Sleeping 16, the house is beautifully constructed in timber, and the interior is truly delightful. The island offers the most relaxed and peaceful ambience you could imagine, and the islanders are friendly and helpful. Local produce is used as much as possible, with Isle of Muck lamb and the freshest sea food featuring on the menu. All the walks on the island are possible from the house with no transport required, and you'll be enchanted by the views and wildlife

Laxford House
A detached house on the River Laxford, sleeping 10 people and offering a high quality of accommodation. At the right time of year you can sit in the conservatory and watch salmon jumping in the river, see Otters and Red Deer come very close. The house is very well appointed and the services of a housekeeper and cook mean that your group can enjoy all the fantastic walks, knowing you'll come back to a warm house and excellent food.

Uiginish Lodge
Uiginish Lodge sits at the end of a single track road on the North West coast of Skye and beyond are long walks along the shoreline, cliff tops and beaches where there is nothing but the sound of birdsong and the sea. It is a truly spectacular location. Eagles are regular visitors here and you have a good chance of seeing these magnificent creatures along with numerous other wildlife including the famous Dunvegan seals, otters, deer and a multitude of birds. This former dower house of Dunvegan Castle, has been sympathetically and stylishly refurbished to create a wonderfully spacious, light holiday house over three floors.