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Eagle Brae

Self Catering
Eagle Brae is a luxury eco log-village resort in the heart of the Highlands: the perfect base to explore Loch Ness, Glen Affric, distilleries or the west coast. The first 7 cabins opened in 2013 with 3 new cabins added in 2018. With its online concierge service delivering meals and groceries to your cabin there is no reason to leave!

What makes a stay at Eagle Brae unique?

Everything at Eagle Brae is handcrafted like the good old days. The structures themselves are hand-crafted from giant cedar trunks from British Columbia, the intricate interior designs hand-carved in the Himalayas, the curtains and rugs custom hand woven for Eagle Brae on hand looms, the kitchens and furniture custom hand made in rosewood, and the antler chandeliers made by the owner Mike. Eagle Brae uniquely provides an online concierge service whereby guests can order prepared meals cooked by the owners, meats from their own farm, groceries and wines whiskies and gins all of which are delivered to your cabin. Catered self-catering! Guests enjoy the freedom of self-catering with the option to not have to shop or cook for themselves

What is the capacity for Eagle Brae?

Eagle Brae can accommodate a maximum of 38 persons. There are 4 x 2 person cabins, 3 x 2-4 person cabins, and 3 x 4-6 person cabins. Every bedroom can be made up as either a double or a twin based on the guest's preference. Dogs are very welcome too

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Struy area?

Struy is a small village with just around 20 houses only and is brilliantly positioned for a Highland holiday, only half an hour from Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, but also right on the edge of some of the finest wilderness areas in the UK: Glen Strathfarrar and Glen Affric. There is the superb 150ft high Plodda Falls just 20 mins drive away, several munros to climb in Strathfarrar and Glen Affric, wonderful woodland walks with some of the tallest trees in Britain (over 200ft tall) in Reelig Glen, and two rivers that meet at Struy great for trout and salmon fishing and canoeing

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

Either guests can utilise the superbly equipped kitchens in the Eagle Brae cabins and cook for themselves, or they can make use of the online concierge service and have prepared meals delivered to their cabin. If guests which to venture out for meals the Struy Inn is an excellent smart formal restaurant just 1 mile away and the Cnoc Hotel, just 1.5 miles away offers simpler but lovely pub meals either in their bar or their restaurant area

Top facilities

Free WiFi

Dog/Pet friendly

Facilities & information


Parking (free)

Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)

Outdoor terrace

Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports


DVD library



Parking Available

Linen included

Towels included

Hair dryers

DVD player

Clothes dryer

Washing machine


Central heating

Open log fire


Bicycling, Cycling

Climbing, Abseiling


Horse Riding, Equestrian

Rafting, canoeing, kayaking, rowing, punting

Shooting, Clay Shooting, Stalking

Other Activities (generally outdoor)

Wildlife, bird watching

Pub (a short drive)

Golf course (walking distance)

Recommended restaurants (a short drive)


Electric oven

Electric hob



Extra info

Change Over Day: various

Room Details: 4 x 2 person cabins, 3 x 2-4 person cabins, 3 x 4-6 person cabins

Gas & Electric Included: Yes

Vendor Accreditation: Highlands & Islands Tourism Awards, Best Holiday Accommodation winner 2014, National Tourism Thistle Award for Best Holiday Accommodation 2015, VisitScotland 5 star, TripAdvisor Cert of Excellence 2015 & 2016

Diners: Yes

Mastercard: Yes

MaestroSwitch: Yes

Visa: Yes

JCB: Yes

Number of rooms: 1

Number of room to: 38

Price Per Week From: 1,350.00

Price Per Week To: 2,450.00

Arrival information and directions

Address: Strathglass, Struy, Highland, StruyIV4 7LE, United Kingdom

We are 15 mins southwest of Beauly on the A831, half an hour west of Inverness the capital of the Highlands

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