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Birdwatching in the Scottish Highlands

A stay at Eagle Brae offers the birder one of the most versatile bases for birdwatching in the Highlands of Scotland. Only 15 miles from the east coast and its shelducks, curlews and pink-footed geese. Just an hour’s drive from the west coast and its white-tailed sea eagles ...

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Eagle Brae’s Wild Deer

If you would like to know where to see our wild red deer when in Scotland on holiday, or watch them going about their everyday lives, then book a stay at Eagle Brae. We’re one of the best places to see red deer in Scotland, if not the best!

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Winter, the Most Wonderful Time of the Year at Eagle Brae

There is something very special about winter in the Scottish Highlands. Here at Eagle Brae we are far removed from the busy cities. Winter ushers in a tranquil calm and a stillness slowly settles in. A blanket of snow covers the hills, where wild deer ...

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Autumn in Full Swing at Eagle Brae

We love autumn at Eagle Brae. As the landscape transforms, our log cabins are surrounded by nature and wildlife. So let’s take a look at what happens over autumn in the Scottish Highlands. From the changing colours, to the leaping salmon. The mating calls ...

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Where Golden Eagles Swoop and Soar

Situated just three miles from the nearest known eyrie (eagle’s nest), Eagle Brae is a magical place in the Highlands of Scotland where golden eagles roam the skies. In our quiet hillside location, you can spot several magnificent birds of prey ...

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What to do this Spring in the Scottish Highlands

The first signs of spring are popping up, from the longer days to the scattering of freshly bloomed daffodils. So, there’s no better time to visit Eagle Brae in Scottish Highlands and witness nature’s finest coming to life. With Easter around the corner ...

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Things to do in the Highlands this February Break

It might only be the second month of the new year, but you still deserve a holiday! The February break is coming up, and what better a time to visit the beautiful Scottish Highlands? Winter is a magical time at Eagle Brae log cabins, and with our own ...

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A Romantic Valentine’s Escape to Eagle Brae

Here at Eagle Brae, you can enjoy romantic getaways in Scotland whilst being surrounded by nature and wildlife. So, if you’re looking to plan a special surprise for your loved one this Valentine's Day, here are a few reasons to book your stay with us ...

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Things To Experience In Beauly

Here at Eagle Brae, we’re lucky enough to be located in the spectacular Scottish Highlands, surrounded by nature and wildlife. And, as well as dramatic landscapes, we’re just 13 miles from the picturesque village of Beauly. Perfect for a visit during your ...

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Facts and Secrets of Glen Affric

Glen Affric is home to more than 30 miles of ancient pine forests. It also has one of Scotland’s largest ancient Caledonian pine woods. Here, you’ll find wildlife species such as otters, red squirrels, red deer, osprey, native pine martens, and black grouse ...

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Did You Know? Highland Cow Facts

Here at Eagle Brae in the Scottish Highlands, we are surrounded by magnificent natural landscapes. And these landscapes are home to a variety of local wildlife. One of the most iconic Scottish animals you’ll see during a stay in one of our beautiful ...

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The Spectacular Autumn Deer Rut

As the summer days draw to an end, the temperatures cool down and the leaves begin to change colour, we welcome the arrival of autumn. Here at Eagle Brae in the Scottish Highlands, it’s an exciting time of year, as the deer rutting season approaches ...

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Puppy Update! And Other Highland Babies

Spring might have been a little late this year, but that didn’t stop the arrival of some gorgeous new spring animals. We’ve been busy here at Eagle brae with a new addition to our family. Shanti is our new Bernese Mountain puppy, and she has joined ...

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Meet The Pets of Eagle Brae

At Eagle Brae, we love our animals and wildlife. We are surrounded by the stunning nature of the Scottish Highlands, and we also have our very own friendly pets on site. Our Bernese Mountain Dog, Kyla, is a hit with all our guests. And Billy, Bakra ...

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Summer Holidays with the Family at Eagle Brae

There’s no better place to spend quality time with the family than in the great outdoors, surrounded by nature and wildlife. So, if you’re looking for somewhere to spend log cabin family holidays this summer, Eagle Brae is the perfect choice. Here ...

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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 ...

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Your Guide To Highland Wildlife Through The Seasons at Eagle Brae

Located on a mountainside in the northern Scottish Highlands, Eagle Brae is a sanctuary for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Throughout the year, you’ll find an array of diverse species and Highland wildlife that will delight all ages. Our sustainable ...

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Secrets of Eagle Brae, the Ultimate Highland Getaway

Nestled on a Highland mountainside, between the stunning glens of Affric and Strathfarrar, your ultimate Scottish getaway awaits. Eagle Brae is the perfect place to escape to the country but with all the comforts of home and some added luxuries!

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Why June is the Best Month in the Highlands?

June is traditionally a favourite month for many. It’s the first month of summer, it hosts the summer solstice, all the trees have finally got their leaves out and the weather is generally good! But there are some special reasons why June might be the ...

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Hidden Gems from our Glens: Forest Walks

The grove of trees in Reelig Glen, at Moniack near Beauty, is the largest concentration of trees exceeding 180ft anywhere in the British Isles. Planted by local Scottish explorer James Baillie Fraser, mostly with seed brought back to Scotland from expeditions ...

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The Golden Retriever of the Scottish Highlands

Because of their wonderful temperament, Golden Retrievers are one of the most popular dogs with the UK, Australia and the USA consistently recording Golden Retrievers in the top ten breeds registered annually as family pets. What most people ...

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Highland Adventures: Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

You love the outdoors. You always have. And while everyone else plans relaxing holidays in tranquil beachside resorts, you’re on the hunt for an endless supply of Highland adventures. But where to start? The Scottish Highlands are big. They’re wild ...

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Wildlife Holidays in Scotland – Meet Our Eagle Brae Animals

The Scottish Highlands is home to some of the most impressive wildlife in the world. With the highest mountains and deepest bodies of water in the UK, it’s rich in history, unspoilt scenery and untamed wilderness. Inhabited by less than 200 000 ...

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The Family Guide to Eagle Brae

Stop and think of your last family holiday. What is it that comes to mind? A fabulous day out sightseeing? Or maybe it was white water rafting, a visit to the zoo or even some bird watching? Whatever it is, we often remember and rate our holiday ...

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