- Pet friendly accommodation in Tomich
- Set on a working farm
- Heated, seasonal, indoor swimming pool
- Cottages & lodges sleeping between 2 - 6
- Fantastic walking & cycling
- Open all year round
Tomich Holidays - Dog Friendly Accommodation In Tomich, Highland
Family & pet friendly self-catering holiday cottages in spectacular Highland scenery, overlooking Glen Affric and close to Loch Ness, with heated, seasonal, indoor swimming pool.
Choose from: Courtyard Cottages (2 bedrooms, wi-fi, some en-suite, sleeps 4-5). Woodland Lodges (3 bedrooms, wi-fi, sleeps 6). Victorian Dairy Cottage (2 bedrooms, sleeps 4).
Tomich Holidays is a family business providing a selection of twelve quality self-catering cottages or lodges to suit families, couples of all ages or groups and makes an ideal holiday destination, with the indoor swimming pool, children’s play area, games room with wi-fi hotspot, drying room and bike store with bike hire.
Built above the conservation village of Tomich, in an exceptionally peaceful corner of the Scottish Highlands, Tomich Holidays is based at Guisachan Farm, which forms part of the historic Guisachan Estate, full of wildlife and surrounded by native woodland. On the hills above lie several lochs, neighbouring the RSPB reserve at Corrimony.
The natural beauty of the surrounding area is interwoven with woodland tracks to explore, hidden waterfalls, sparkling hill lochs, all amidst tranquillity where you can listen to the birds, revel in the abundant wildlife or stroll through the National Nature Reserve between the ancient Caledonian pine woods.
Plan your activities in Tomich, whether walking along the banks of Loch Ness, mountain biking for miles in any direction or touring the Western Isles. Tomich Holidays makes the perfect base for everything.
Guisachan is a working farm and depending upon the season you will see the never ending number of tasks that go into running a traditional Highland livestock farm. Pets are welcome.
We remain open throughout the year, so why not spend Christmas and New Year in one of our self-catering cottages or take a short break in the Highlands.
These spacious stone-built courtyard cottages each with wi-fi form part of the impressive Victorian farm steading with its magnificent Clock Tower. Some of the converted self-catering cottages offer panoramic views over rolling farmland, woodland and on towards Glen Affric and most offer en-suite power showers, providing everything you need for the perfect highland holiday.
A warm welcome awaits visitors to the striking two storey Woodland Lodges with wifi, set amongst the natural birch woodland. These lovely timber buildings are tranquil and secluded. They are spacious, simple and comfortable, with balconies for wildlife watching or to sit with a glass of wine to watch the sunset.
Our Victorian Dairy is a stone-built, slate roof, self-contained cottage, forming part of a Grade B listed building. This conversion is our smallest property with a double bedroom and a twin room (bunk beds), making it the ideal, economical choice for families with young children or couples.
We love pets at Tomich Holidays. We look forward to welcoming your pets to Tomich. We will even leave them a welcome doggy biscuit upon arrival. Please bring your own ‘doggie’ towels and covers. Just make sure your dog has a good wipe down before entering the cottages or lodges. Pets must be kept out of the bedrooms too. As Tomich Holidays is based on a working farm, dogs need to be controlled around livestock. Remember to clean up after your pets too.
“We stayed for two weeks in one of the Courtyard Cottages at Tomich Holidays. It was really spacious, comfortable and well-equipped for the five of us. There's a great football pitch onsite with two goals, which delighted our two younger boys. Meanwhile, there's also lots of space to cycle around, which pleased our eldest. Not only that, but there are lots of great countryside walks straight out from the complex. The indoor swimming pool is a welcome addition, especially on wet days. The location is ideal for exploring Glen Affric, which is beautiful. It's reasonably close to Loch Ness too. The Highlands are simply stunning to visit. Even when the weather isn't being the kindest, the mountains look beautiful. The village of Tomich is pretty too and is home to the fantastic Coach House Cafe, which is definitely worth a visit! We all enjoyed it so much that we've already booked again for next year!”
- Peter L