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Holiday home facilities
Holiday home facilities
This caravan has been professionally reupholstered, repainted as required and is kept in excellent condition.
Experience the wildlife and farm animals on a tranquil organically farmed croft which is also close to many exciting places and attractions to visit.
Peter and I re-established the croft of Laikenbuie which is situated in a beautiful hiddenglen four miles south of Nairn. The holiday home overlooks a loch surrounded by natural birch woods and bog meadows full of wild flowers.
You can watch roe deer and red squirrels, or perhaps glimpse a wild cat, or fox. We have seen ninty species of birds, including osprey fishing for brown trout in the loch, buzzard, red kite, barn owl, long-tailed tit and a greater spotted woodpecker which comes to the nut feeders.
The Moray Firth has many varied geographical areas all within easy reach. From long sandy beaches, through mature woods with cascading rivers, up to the ski slopes high in the Cairngorms. The climate is usually kind with only 23in of rain and plenty of sun. There are dolphins in the sea, monsters in the loch (or so we believe), deer on the ground and eagles in the air. If you take a little time to look for these and the other birds and animals you have a good chance of success.
With views over the loch our large modern caravan is 33ft by 10ft. It is Tourist Board inspected and very well equipped with a shower and toilet, full size gas cooker, electric fridge, cutlery and crockery, all cooking utensils, cleaning equipment and colour TV. The double bed and the bunks have duvets. Please bring duvet covers (or top sheet), bottom sheets, pillowcases, towels and teatowels - unless you want us to provide these at extra cost. The price includes gas and electricity.
Pisces has one double bedroom and one with 6ft bunks. The kitchen/living area is large with an attractive wood finish. With the dining area made into a double bed there is sleeping accommodation for a maximum of six.
Based on 4 guest ratings
Date of stay - 21 Sep 2019 - 28 Sep 2019
Clean and tidy caravan family very friendly and helpful
Thanks Matthew, it as a delight to have you stay here.
Family With Older Children
Date of stay - 10 Aug 2019 - 17 Aug 2019
Fantastic place to stay for holiday. Very friendly and supportive staff, clean and fully equipped accommodation. The perfect base to explore Highlands: beautiful beaches, unforgettable views from the North Coast 500 and Isle of Skye. Everything in driving distance, including not only known places such as Loch Ness but also prehistoric rings of stones, views on beautiful bridges, mountain, castles and wild animals including dolphins. The wild nature and historic experience in one.
Thanks Alicja. Yes there are so many different places to visit in this part of the Highlands.
Date of stay - 11 May 2019 - 18 May 2019
My wife and I stayed in the caravan and it was spotless. Very comfortable. Wildlife is our hobby and we were overwhelmed at the amount both on the park and nearby. An absolute pleasure. Our hosts were very welcoming and treated us like old friends. For relaxation and yet near so many facilities this was ideal for us.
Yes James, we love the wildlife and want to maximise the wildlife potential of this wee glen by providing diverse habitats. Thanks for your review.
Date of stay - 27 Apr 2019 - 4 May 2019
I'm a French birdwatcher in holidays (so excuse my approximative english). The caravan was clean and confortable, and the host were very kind. Very good place for birdwatching, 60 species of bird near the caravan in one week. Good place for birdwatching near Lakenbuie (Capercaillie and Osprey at 10 minutes of road, and all the coastal place like the Findhorm bay near Nairn). Perfect place to stay if you love nature !
Thanks Simon, it was a pleasure to gain from your knowledge of birds and their songs.