3 Reasons Eagle Brae Should Be Your Number One New Year’s Resolution
With the festive season well and truly upon us, there’s no better time to reflect on the year gone by. As 2017 draws to a close, thoughts turn to celebrating a brand-new year. So, what better way to kick-start 2018 than by making your New year’s resolutions? Booking a new year break at Eagle Brae should be at the top of your list of resolutions. Here are three reasons why:
A New Year Break Surrounded by Nature
Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, our beautiful log cabins are surrounded by natural landscapes, including mountains, glens and forests. Each of our handcrafted cabins has been named after a bird, and each boasts a unique setting or view. Book a stay in our Tringa log cabin which sits atop an elevated ridge and overlooks the river Glass. Or, stay in the Loxia cabin with its private pond, and watch wild deer pass by every evening. From the comfort of your sustainable log cabin, you can catch sightings of diverse wildlife day and night. Or, sit outside on your private deck and look out for Golden Eagles, Scottish Crossbills, Black Grouse, Osprey, and Kingfishers. During your winter holidays in Scotland, you can guess which animals left which footprints in the fresh snow. Or, wrap up warm and sit outside your cabin, whilst gazing up at the stars and listening to owls hooting.
Sustainable lodges in Scottish Highlands
Inspired by the nature that surrounds them, each of our handcrafted log cabins is sustainable and carbon neutral. Eagle Brae is one of the best places to stay in Scotland if you want to enjoy an environmentally friendly new year break. Here, you can rest easy knowing that your cosy log cabin is self-sufficient during your winter breaks in Scotland. Our micro-hydro scheme provides domestic electricity and hot water, while biomass wood-pellet burners provide underfloor heating for added comfort. Also, all water for cabins is pulled from a natural underground source, allowing you to enjoy Scottish water fresh from a spring. Here at Eagle Brae, we encourage you to help us with our carbon neutral journey. So, why not plant a beech, ash or Scots pine tree near the Eagle Brae village? Then, you can book a stay with us time and time again and watch your tree grow.
Outdoor activities at Eagle Brae
Our remote location in the Scottish Highlands makes us one of the best places to visit in Scotland in the winter. Here, there’s so much to see and do, whatever your age. Start with a walk around our grounds, where you’ll catch sightings of red deer and other animals. Then, head to Glen Affric nature reserve and stroll along moorlands, or on the banks of the lochs.
Why not book a New Year break at Eagle Brae and take a husky dog-sled ride on our special trail? Here, you can learn how to harness the dogs and enjoy an exhilarating ride whilst taking in the natural landscapes. Or, if you love photography, book a stay at one of our cosy login cabins for your camera stalking trip. Then, wait patiently for that perfect shot of our red deer and black grouse. From fishing and bird-watching, to golf and kayaking, you’ll find a wide range of fun activities to enjoy at Eagle Brae.
So, why not pick a New Year’s resolution that’s easy to keep? Book a stay at one of our handcrafted log cabins in the Highlands. Then, enjoy a carbon neutral New Year break full of the finest nature and wildlife that Scotland has to offer.