The cottage is let from Saturday to Saturday. Please arrive after 4pm and depart by 11am the following Saturday.
The rent includes the use of fuel and electricity.

Weekly Rates

Rates for 2018

£380 per week 6th January to 31st March, and 3rd November to 31st December
£460 per week 31st March to 30th June,  and 1st September to 3rd November
£540 per week 30th June to 1st September

Make a Booking

Gwennie and Simon Fraser
T: 01434 220647

Reservations are confirmed on receipt of 50% of the rent in advance. This is a non-refundable deposit, unless the cottage is successfully re-booked following a cancellation. The balance should be paid not later than 28 days before the start of your holiday. To enquire about a booking please complete the form below.

Contact Us:
High Woodhead Cottage
NE48 2HX

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries, or would like any further information.

Booking Enquiry Form :

Booking Culnacraig



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Further Information :

Duvet quilts, pillows, pillow and mattress covers and extra blankets are supplied for each bed. Bed linen and towels are not provided, so visitors need to bring their own sheets, duvet covers, pillowcases, towels and drying up cloths. Electric heaters are provided in each of the bedrooms.
The cottage is also supplied with the following household items: Iron, ironing board, folding drying racks, baby bath, high chair, fireguard, hoover, digital radio, maps and local guidebooks, toolbox and washing line.
Please note there is no television or telephone, although mobile phones do work in this area.

Pets are allowed by prior arrangement. A maximum of two dogs is acceptable, provided they are well behaved and kept under control at all times, as this is a crofting hamlet with grazing sheep always in the vicinity.

We kindly request visitors to refrain from smoking inside the cottage.

Water supply and sanitation
The water supply comes from a mountain stream and passes through a UV filtration system, fully compliant with EU water standards. All waste water is discharged to an organic peat filtration ‘Puraflo’ system behind the house which purifies and releases clean water into the environment. Visitors are requested to use biodegradable cleaning materials (supplied), including biodegradable washing powder and washing up liquid for use with the organic sewage system.

The weather in the NW Highlands is unpredictable and can be very changeable. We therefore advise our visitors to be ready for a range of weather conditions, and to be sure to take warm layers, waterproof clothing and suitable footwear for rough terrain. The region experiences high rainfall due to the influence of the North Atlantic. Although strong winds and gales can occur at any time of the year, there can also be settled periods of fine sunny weather at any season. The changing light and conditions at Culnacraig are part of its unique character, and whatever the weather, the cottage is a warm and welcoming base in this magnificent, wild landscape.