This is a selection of local accommodation that we can recommend
The Steading is the perfect place for our Relaxation weeks. This old building has been beautifully renovated. There is a wonderfully spacious living area with a woodburning stove, five bedrooms, one with a four poster bed and a modern well designed kitchen area. There is plenty of outdoor space and even a snug second sitting room on the second floor.
Cannich Caravan & Camping Park
Set amongst 6 acres of mature scot's pine and birch trees and recomended by Ray Mears, this is a gem of a campsite. There are 3 grades of static caravan holiday homes available, as well as pitches for touring caravans and tents. Facilities include hot showers, a laundry, TV room, wifi and bike hire. Their excellent cafe serves homemade food and locally baked produce, and regularly hosts live music events in the evening.
Comfortable & spacious rooms are available in the beautifully refurbished period house for B&B. Self-catered accomodation is available in snug and quiet scandinavian style chalets and two cottages (sleeping 2-4), all set within the 12 tranquil acres of wooded grounds. For larger parties, a self-contained wing of the main house can accomodate up to 8 people.
Shenval B & B
Shenval offers lovely accomodation with a warm welcome from Pierre and Christiane Lebrun. It is surrounded by a beautiful garden full of wildlife, with pastures, woodland and heather-clad hills beyond. The food is excellent, much of it is organic and vegetarian and special diets can be catered for. Evening meals are available by arrangement.
Glen Affric Holiday Park
Self catering cabins in the centre of Cannich. Family run and very friendly. The cabins have recently been refurbished to a high standard and also have lots of space outdoors. Cabins sleep up to 6 people and Alan and Amanda are happy to take people for shorter stays as well as week long holidays.
The park also has a laundrette, fully equipped games room and kids play area.
Westward Bed and Breakfast is a friendly, family run B&B, a traditionally built Highland home, set within the village of Cannich. The house retains many of its original features and the pine linings throughout give it a lovely warm atmosphere. It is especially handy if you are travelling by public transport, as it is right in the centre of Cannich, which has a cafe and two pubs in walking distance.
The Struy Inn
The Struy Inn is a beautifully refurbished, traditional 19th century country inn and offers comfortable accomodation with en-suite facilities. It is at the entrance to Glen Strathfarrar, one of the Highland's most beautiful and secluded glens. The bar has a range of cask ales, a carefully chosen wine list and a select menu of lovingly prepared dishes. With open fires and a great atmosphere, it is a very enjoyable place to unwind.
The Bothy, Fasnakyle
The Bothy at Fasnakyle lies in a secluded spot on the bank of the River Glass with ancient birchwoods behind it. It has lots of old cottage character, but with the benefits of a modern kitchen, bathroom & shower-room. With a snug sitting-room with an open fire for the evenings and lovely walks for early risers or for working up an appetite before dinner, it's a very relaxing place to stay.