unlike anywhere else in the UK
genuine luxury in wilderness
log cabins, hand-crafted from
outrageous giant cedar logs…
just to the north of Loch Ness
breathtaking views amongst
the largest mountains, deepest
lochs & oldest forests in the UK…
climb our wildest munros
fish for our majestic salmon
glimpse our rarest wildlife
golf some of our finest links…
carbon neutral & self-sufficient
microhydro power, biomass heat,
wild green roofs insulation &
underground spring water…
Offering luxury self-catering accommodation in genuine hand-crafted Canadian-style log homes, Eagle Brae is a new, truly unique Highland holiday destination, opening this summer.
Each cabin is a one-of-a-kind piece of log art, featuring wild flower roofs, bespoke furnishings, cosy wood burning stoves and hand-crafted wooden engravings of Highland animals, Celtic patterns and Pictish beasts.
Nestling on a hillside in an unspoilt Inverness-shire valley, the cabins are far apart enough to offer peace and privacy, but near enough to retain a sense of log village community.
Guests can choose from a wide range of onsite activities, including fishing and hunting at Eagle Brae’s own private beats. At the click of a button they can also order quality wines, delicious home cooked meals and locally sourced meat.
Eagle Brae lies between Glen Affric and Glen Strathfarrar, just half an hour from Loch Ness and the Highland Capital, Inverness. Set in over 8,000 acres of spectacular wild Highland countryside, on an elevated ridge overlooking Strathglass, the log homes offer rural tranquillity and wilderness adventure, within easy driving distance of city attractions.
Awareness of the serious issues facing the environment and climate has been a guiding principle in the planning and construction of Eagle Brae. The site has its own renewable energy systems and natural underground water source, making it entirely self-sufficient and carbon neutral.
What finer base could there be to explore the Scottish Highlands?