Burnside and Mill Lodge are self catering lodges situated just four miles from the seaside town of Nairn in the Scottish Highlands and sixteen miles from the Highland Capital of Inverness. Both lodges have been awarded 4 stars by Visit Scotland and are Tourism For All establishments.
A Tourism for All Establishment
Both Lodges are well equiped and maintained to a high standard. The accomodation is ideal for families and suitable for disabled visitors with ramped accesses, wide doors for wheelchairs and grab rails in the bathroom. Burnside has a paved area in front while Mill Lodge has a timber deck, both with picnic tables. Ample parking is available immediately adjacent to each Lodge.
Both Lodges are almost identical with the exception that Mill Lodge sleeps five persons whilst Burnside Lodge sleeps six persons. The accommodation comprises three bedrooms, two which are twin bedded and in Burnside the third being a bunk room with adult sized bunks, while in Mill there is a single bedroom. Each Lodge has a well proportioned bath/shower room sized and laid out with disabled persons in mind.
The beautiful countryside surrounding the lodges offers a variety of country walks and there is a secluded trout fishery right on the doorstep. The local area of Nairn and Inverness-shire has many other attractions to offer. There are number of historical and cultural attractions such as the nearby Cawdor Castle and Gardens, Brodie Castle and Fort George. The landscape offers many opportunitities for outdoor activities and wildlife watching, with beautiful coastline, woodlands and mountains nearby. We reguarly see Red Squirrels and a Great Spotted Woodpecker in the garden around the lodges.
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