A warm welcome to Aigas self catering cottages, golf course and farm.
Our central location is close to the Highland capital of Inverness, loch Ness, Glenstrathfarrar and Glen Affric.
Our family run business was established at Aigas in 1960 and is now run by three dedicated generations of the Masheter family. We extend a friendly welcome to all holiday visitors who come to stay and encourage you to make the most of what we can offer at Aigas.
- Attractive and comfortable self catering cottages in a peaceful setting.
- A memorable golfing experience on our own challenging nine-hole parkland course with well equipped practise area. Our holiday cottage clients enjoy 50% off all green fees.
- The cottages are nestled amongst forest trails, in a farmyard setting and only a short walk from the first tee of our golf course.
- Explore the local Aigas forest trails.
- Perfect spot for bird watching with Raven, Buzzard, Peregrine and Osprey nesting nearby annually.
- Home to other interesting wildlife namely Red deer, Roe deer, Pine Martin, Red squirrel and Otters.
- Free trout fishing from our fields on the banks of the river Beauly including access for your own canoe.
- Coffee shop with good local tourist information about other things to do (open April – October)
- Central Highland location ideal for exploring the North, East and West coasts.
These Aigas self catering holiday cottages have been renovated in recent years and have a three star quality assurance rating (STB). The courtyard is surrounded by a shared garden area and there is a games room, laundry room, well equipped golf practice area and coffee shop nearby.
We also have one cosy hillside cottage in a more secluded setting with a commanding view overlooking the farm. All our properties are traditionally built in stone with slated roofs and have been carefully refurbished and well equipped for family holidays.
We developed our 9 hole parkland golf course as part of a farm diversification project in 1993. The first tee of this par 33 course is a few minutes walk from the cottages and is very popular with Aigas holiday visitors.
The course has matured nicely during the last 20 years and has earned a great reputation in the local area for being challenging and well-manicured in a picturesque setting.
There are a further 25 courses within an hours drive which includes three of the very best prestigious Scottish Golf Courses Castle Stuart(35mins), Royal Dornoch(1hr) and Nairn(50mins) .
During the summer months cattle, sheep and ponies can be seen grazing on our fertile pastureland on the valley floor and in the less fertile fields at a much higher level 250 feet above sea level stretching above and behind the Aigas forest. Remnants of the ancient Caledonian pine forest can be found on our moorland at this higher level and the viewpoints looking East across the Beauly firth to the Highland capital of Inverness and West, towards the ever dominant ‘ Beinn a’ Bha’ach Ard’.