Burnside and Mill Lodges
Self Catering Accommodation
by Nairn, near Inverness
in the Scottish Highlands
4 stars

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Contact: David Buchanan
Tel: +44 (0)1667 45 46 35
David@geddesmill.co.uk

Burnside and Mill Lodges are situated in a quiet rural setting only 4 miles from the seaside town of Nairn and 16 miles from Inverness, the capital of the Highlands. Country walks and a secluded trout fishery are on the doorstep. Both lodges have been built to cater for disabled persons and are in an ideal location to explore the Highlands, with many attractions, places to see and visit all within easy reach.

Each lodge accommodates up to 6 persons in 3 bedrooms, two of which are twin bedded and the third bedroom being a bunkroom with adult sized bunks.
The lodges have ramped accesses, wide doors for wheelchairs and grabrails in the bathroom/shower room.
Burnside has a paved area in front and Mill has a timber deck, both with picnic tables.
Ample parking is available immediately adjacent to each lodge.
bedroom photo
lounge photo The lounge, dining and kitchen area are all open plan.
The lounge area has a full sized colour television with Freeview and DVD player.
The kitchen is very well equipped with full size electric cooker, fridge freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble drier, coffee maker, toaster, etc.
All beds are provided with continental quilts, and bed linen is provided at no extra cost. An iron and ironing board are also available. Heating is provided by wall mounted electric panel heaters. Hot water is by immersion heater. The electricity supply is via a £1 coin meter. kitchen photo

bathroom photo A cot and high chair are available on request and without charge. Dogs are welcome at no extra cost, but due to the proximity of farm animals, must be kept under control. Local supermarkets are located in Nairn and are normally open all day Saturday and Sunday.

Inverness
Inverness
The area surrounding Nairn has many castles, golf courses and visitor attractions such as Fort George, Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle and the famous Urquhart Castle beside Loch Ness. Nairn has beautiful sandy beaches, indoor swimming pool, sailing, craft and antique shops, and The Nairn Highland Games are held every August.

The area has many interesting species of wildlife including dolphins which can be seen from different vantage points around the Moray Firth.

For more sightseeing suggestions and local info, see The Internet Guide to Scotland.

Cawdor Castle
Cawdor Castle
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2018 Prices per week:
6th January - 24th February £225
3rd March - 24th March £275
31st March - 12th May £320
19th May - June 16th £395
23rd June - 25th August £495
1st September - 29th September £375
6th October - 27th October £300
3rd November - 15th December £250
22nd December - 28th December £275

Off season breaks available
£125 for 2 nights for up to 4 persons

All prices include bed linen.
There is no VAT chargeable.
Pets welcome at no extra charge.

Enquiries / Booking

For further details please feel free to contact:

David Buchanan
'Geddesmill'
Raitloan, Geddes,
Nairn IV12 5SB, Scotland
Tel: +44 (0)1667 45 46 35
Email: David@geddesmill.co.uk

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