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Tringa

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Tringa

Tringa sits on the edge of an elevated ridge, with magnificent views overlooking the meandering River Glass and the rolling hills beyond. With untouched highland scenery as far as the eye can see, this log cabin enjoys some of the most spectacular private views in all of Eagle Brae. Tringa offers spacious and welcoming self-catering accommodation in the Highlands. Its decking faces away from all other log cabins for that extra bit of privacy our guests love. Regular visits from local deer, pine marten and badgers on the deck, make Tringa a haven for wildlife and wildlife lovers alike!

The name Tringa means Greenshank, which is a lovely wader bird with green legs that we get on the wee hill lochs above Eagle Brae.

Luxury Highlands Self-Catering Accommodation

Tringa Log Cabin Features

Tringa sleeps up to 2 people in one double or twin room, with an ensuite bathroom. It has a sitting-kitchen-dining area, an additional upstairs sitting room and office space. Outside, there’s a large deck with seating and private views, pointing away from the rest of the cabins. There is no taxidermy on display in this Highland log cabin.

All our hand-crafted luxury log cabins at Eagle Brae have beautiful carved details – look out for Tringa’s bear carving on the kitchen log post! Our cabins are eco-friendly, family-friendly and also dog-friendly. All accommodation includes:

Appliances and Equipment:

Log burning stove, under-floor heating, free Wi-Fi, all crockery and cookware, oven, grill and hob, microwave, food processor, steamer, dishwasher, washing machine/ dryer, fridge, freezer, smart TV, Blu-ray / DVD, landline telephone for complimentary calls to UK landlines and mobiles, Bluetooth music stereo, PC and printer, hairdryer, washing line and clothes airer, linen and towels, a selection of DVDs and books, bird table and bird feeders, welcome hamper full of surprise goodies – a gift from us, to take away with you.

Complimentary Consumables:

Firelighters, kindling and logs, electricity and wood pellets for the biomass boilers, soap, shampoo, conditioner and shower gel, toilet roll, kitchen roll, tin foil, clingfilm, bin bags, compost bags, olive oil, salt, pepper, sugar, tea and coffee, dishwasher tablets, washing machine powder and fabric conditioner, wild bird feed.