Inverness self-catering cottage providing exclusive views of the Highland’s capital from elevated position in North Kessock looks over Moray Firth

Tel:  +44 1463 731425

Or call Viola’s  mobile  07868 195190


Telephone Viola on 01463 731425


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Little Woodside Self Catering


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Self Cateruing features modern fittings and design in a traditional rural setting Spacious and omfortable lounge flows into open plan Kitchen Dinning Area


Little Woodside - Kilmuir - Kessock - Inverness - Highland - IV1 3XG

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Suggestions for Highland Day Trips and Nights Out

This self-catering accommodation is ideally located for day trips across the North Highlands as it is positioned just over the Inverness Kessock bridge.

Day Trip to Orkney: website

Picture shows Chapel built by Italian PoWs, but Orkney has several millennia of history with Scara Brae showing a settlement approximately 5,000 years old and the ancient Standing Stones of Stenness.

Golf, Links Golf and the Open

Golf is available everywhere at ALL LEVELS across the North of Scotland and particularly the Highlands.

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Dolphins and other Seaside Wildlife

Moray Firth Bottlenose Dolphins, Whales, Seal and a wide selection of sea life and birds to watch are available across the Highlands beaches - - too much for here (Dolphin Cruises from Inverness & Avoch)

Highland Beaches

Inverness, the East Coast and Moray Firth areas have a climate that is often much warmer than surrounding land but the North and West Coasts have the most stunning coves and beaches to walk or surf anytime.

Music, Theatre and Ceilidh (Kay-lee)

The Ceilidh, traditional highland dance and music evening, is available in many pubs and venues across the town.   The main theatre is Eden Court and an eclectic music and stand up venue is the Ironworks.