Craik Na Dav Dog Friendly B&B
On arrival at our small Bed and Breakfast we are pleased to offer you a welcome tray consisting of coffee, tea (fruit or herbal tea also available) together with homemade cake and shortbread, which you can either enjoy in your room or in the lounge having a chat with us.
You select your breakfast from the Menu provided
We are dog friendly and with three fantastic Westies of our own will welcome well behaved dogs
We are actually on the Great Glen Way so you do not need to deviate from the route at all the walk literally passes our driveway
We are just a 15-minute walk from the banks of Loch Ness so you can go Loch Ness Monster (Nessie) spotting
We have FREE WiFi Internet connection available
All our guest accommodation is on the ground floor
We offer a light supper of homemade vegetable soup and sandwich followed by yoghurt, homemade cake & shortbread and fresh fruit for guests by arrangement
We have ample off road private parking and facilities for bicycle and equipment storage
Walking, cycling, Loch Ness boat trips, salmon & trout fishing in Loch Ness and the River Moriston, horse riding and canoeing are all available in the area
A 5 minute walk away is the Glen Moriston Arms a renowned hotel offering fine dining and a good range of malts
Nearby is the village shop, post office and the famous Clog and Craft Shop
With homely surroundings and hearty breakfasts our aim is to help you enjoy a relaxing break and make the most of your stay with us. We are a good base from where to explore the Isle of Skye, Glen Affric, Inverness, Fort William with Ben Nevis and Urquhart Castle and Eilean Donan Castle are just a short drive away.
Varied Outdoor Activities
Boots N Paddles are a mobile activity provider offering amazing outdoor experiences across the Scottish Higlands. They offer a range of fun activities in the Loch Ness area and a comprehensive canoe hire and shuttle service.
There is plenty of walking in this area – Ordnance Survey Explorer Map Nos 415 and 416 refer to the local area.
The area is a walkers paradise with almost limitless adventure for all capabilities. Our house is literally just off the Great Glen way which runs between Inverness and Fort William, which is in the main a low level route designed for ramblers and walkers alike. Other walking areas to explore include Glen Moriston, South Glenshiel, Glen Affric, the Nevis Range, the Old Drovers Road and the Old Military Road. In Glen Affric you can see some of the ancient Caledonian Scots Forest and Trees for Life are planning regeneration of the native woodland in the area which will encourage the return of native species and the improvement of their habitat.
Wildlife and Bird Spotting
There is an abundance of wildlife in the area including pine martins, otters, red and roe deer, red squirrels and the possibility of seeing a large prehistoric aquatic creature !!
There is also much sealife to be spotted including seals, dolphins, porpoise and even killer and minke whales
You could spot a majestic golden eagle, a diving peregrine a red kite or even a merlin. There are also osprey, hen harriers and buzzards in the area as well as an abundance of sea birds.
Canoeing / Kayaking / Watersports
You can explore the mysterious Loch Ness either using your own equipment or with a guided group. Only 15 minutes away is the Great Glen Water Park with activities such as white water rafting, canoeing, sailing, mountain biking, and abseiling.
You can explore the Great Glen Way as an alternative to the local roads, which will allow you great views of Loch Ness. The side of the Caledonian Canal also boasts a cycle route and there is interesting mountain biking in the pine forests around Rothiemurchus. .
Close by at Drumnadrochit is the Highland Riding Centre offering riding lessons, trekking and trail riding.
Jacobite Cruises on Loch Ness Pick up from the Clansman Harbour near Abnachan on the A82 towards Inverness (approx 18 miles). You can choose a cruise lasting from 1 to 3.5 hours or even charter a boat.
The official dolphin cruise at Inverness leaves from Inverness harbour out into the Moray Firth with a good chance of seeing bottlenose dolphins, whales and porpoise together with common and grey seals. There is also a large selection of birdlife to see such as gannets, terns, red kites, ospreys and a variety of wading birds in the Munlocy Bay RSPB Sanctuary.
For the motorist there are many stunning roads to drive including the magical road to the Kyle of Lochalsh and the bridge to Skye, which is about an hours drive, and considered to be on of the most beautiful roads in Scotland. There is also Glen Affric, Beauly and the Black Isle to explore as well as the regional capital Inverness.
We are equidistant between Aviemore and Aonach Mor Ski Centres, each being approximately an hour away, so if the conditions are better one way than the other you have the option to take advantage of the better weather. Aviemore and the Cairngorms Ski Centre in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. The centre has many outdoor activities to choose from including skiing and snowboarding in the winter but also many other activities in this area in other seasons. The Aonach Mor Ski Centre which is in the Nevis range of mountains Here a gondola can transport you 650m up to the Mountain Discovery Centre with its restaurant, bar and gift shop on to Aonach Mor which is just a stone’s throw from Ben Nevis. As well as skiing and snowboarding you can follow the mountain trails to panoramic viewpoints or hire a mountain bike to explore the trails.
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This page was last updated: 16 May 2012