Scotland holistic and wellbeing holidays

Price
£995To£1145 excluding flights
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Duration
7 Days
Type
Small group
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Price includes accommodation, transfers from Inverness, meals, workshops and activities.
Maximum group size of 6 adults.
Spring & Autumn are both wonderful times to escape to the Highlands!
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Description of Scotland holistic and wellbeing holidays

Price information

£995To£1145 excluding flights
Convert currency:
Price includes accommodation, transfers from Inverness, meals, workshops and activities.
Maximum group size of 6 adults.
Spring & Autumn are both wonderful times to escape to the Highlands!
Make enquiry

Check dates

2021: 4 Sep, 23 Oct

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Reviews

5 Reviews of Scotland holistic and wellbeing holidays

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Reviewed on 06 Nov 2012 by

Rosie was a unique hostess the yogateacher did a great job the surroundings were lovely the accommodation was perfect and the food was delicious the tours to Loch Ness, Glen Affric and the other places were absolutely fantastic the other guests were kind and charming the craft was a challenge Read full review

Reviewed on 23 Oct 2012 by

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Reviewed on 26 Jul 2012 by

Just being there with intelligent, congenial people who were all involved in learning something unusual and useful from a wonderful young woman...It was terrific! Read full review

Reviewed on 23 Oct 2011 by

The host made the holiday run so smoothly and made you feel really at ease very quickly...It you are looking for a lovely relaxing break with good food and lovely people, book it now! Read full review

Reviewed on 31 Oct 2011 by

It was all good! The relaxation break offered us a variety of activities, as well as the opportunity to just be restful. The small size of the group meant it was possible to get to know the other guests quite well and there were many interesting conversations. Read full review

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

Everything we do is aimed at making a positive impact on the people who stay with us and on the people, places and communities that we introduce them to.

We believe passionately in protecting our local environment. We source local produce to cut down on food miles, picking our organic vegetables from the walled garden, our fish and seafood generally comes straight out of the Minch and our organic meat from the farmland around us.

We re-use and recycle all that we can, from paper in the office to fishing rope washed up on the beach. We compost all our food waste and recycle cardboard, aluminium and plastics. We try and minimize our energy use and encourage our guests to do the same. The Loch side cottages are fitted with under floor heating and are well insulated, reducing the amount of energy needed to heat them. The log burning fires in the cottages use wood from the estate. We use green, non chemical cleaning products and make sure we put no harmful chemicals into the water system. We use a tipi as an extra space, due to its low impact as we can remove it leaving no trace. We start as many of our walks as possible from the farm cutting down on emissions caused by the week.

We are very aware of the natural unspoilt beauty of the area and endeavour to help keep it that way. On visits to the beach we carry a few bags so we can do a stint beach cleaning before leaving. We encourage clients to adopt the responsible tourist’s mantra of; “leave only foot prints, take only photographs”

People

We are committed to using local services wherever possible, The Loch side cottages are owned by Lucy a local organic farmer. Virtually all the food we serve is locally produced and the experts involved live in the area.

We generate employment and revenue for local people and businesses including organic farmers, market stall holders, fishermen, artists, craftsmen, taxi drivers, cafes, restaurants and shops.

Ross-shire is a sparsely populated area dominated by massive tract of mountainous wilderness. Our business helps to support and expand a regional network of like-minded individuals. We help to encourage cohesion and skill-sharing amongst craft practitioners and our other specialists. We hope that many of our guests will return to the area in the future.

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