2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, sleeps 5. Midway between Inverness and Aviemore.
About Anne McKerrow
I was born in Mo-Dhachaidh and brought up in Tomatin. Mo-Dhachaidh holds a special place in our hearts and we hope all our visitors will enjoy it as much as we do.
Why Anne McKerrow chose Tomatin
This has been my family home since 1938 when my grandfather re-built it from a ruin. The name Mo-Dhachaidh (pronounced Mo-Gachy) is gaelic for 'My Home'.
What makes this Cottage unique
Mo-Dhachaidh, set in almost an acre of private grounds in the small village of Tomatin, is a lovely tradition Highland Cottage offering comfort, peace and tranquility to all its visitors. It offers easy access to both Inverness and the Highlands and to the Cairngorm National Park and Speyside. A great centre for touring.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Would give it 10 stars. One of the absolute BEST properties we have ever rented thru VRBO. Only wish we had more time there. There is absolutely NOTHING LACKING - everything one could wish for or need.
Delighted to fulfil all expectations of our visitors. It is very important to us to provide a good experience.
A late September break 2019
A charming characterful and comfortable cottage with up to date kitchen and bathroom facilities. The location was exactly where we wanted our base to be for this particular visit to Scotland. If we revisit this area we would certainly look to stay there again and wouldn't hesitate in recommending it to others.
Receiving such positive feedback not only about the house but the location too is very satisfying and hopefully will be helpful to other visitors.
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Alles Super! Tolles Haus, super ausgestattet, sehr nette Vermieter, tolle Lage, gemütlich und liebevoll eingerichtet. Sehr zu empfehlen!
Everything about our experience at this lovely home-the space, the host’s hospitality, the ease and access to many locations- was generous. We had such a wonderful vacation due, in no small part, to our stay at Mo dhachaigh.
There is always somewhere to go and something to see without venturing too far. Then you have a nice cosy home to come back too!
Another encouraging review - thank you!
Holiday Gem In The Highlands
5 Star plus accommodation in a lovely cottage in the Highlands . Very well equipped and spacious with so much room . Safe car parking for at least 8 cars on a large gravel drive . Good size bedrooms with plenty of storage area. We really loved the kitchen area with its modern units and easy to understand appliances which saved a lot of time . A very comfortable cottage to spend a holiday in .Will probably return in the near future.
Felt homely, relaxed and peaceful, very comfortable, great facilities, in natural surroundings eg sheep and rabbits in neighbour field. Conservatory and log fire ideal. Local shop very handy, baking own bread and 10 minute walk/ 2 minutes by car. Great holiday cottage.
This recently renovated cottage in the village of Tomatin lies midway between Inverness and Aviemore providing easy access to the Highlands and the Cairngorm National Park.
Mo-Dhachaidh is just a 10 minute walk away from the local country store and further up the road is the community sports centre which is open to visitors for a small fee.
There are many walks that take you quickly into the local hills and glens for as short or as long as you want. Two glen roads twist and turn their way up on either side of the Findhorn river.There are good chances of seeing wildlife of all kinds such as deer, red squirrels, red kites, osprey and buzzards on your travels. The other minor roads will take you into other nooks and crannies that follow the river through the Strathdearn district.
Tomatin Distillery has a visitor centre and you can see, hear and smell the production and finally taste the finished products for yourselves. These award winning whiskies are sold all over the world and are well worth knowing more about and appreciating their finished flavours.
To the south is the Cairngorm National Park with all kinds of winter and summer sports activities available to everyone. Further south near Kincraig is the Highland Wildlife Park and at Kingussie there is an interesting outdoor Highland Museum.
For those who want to explore further there are lots of choices such as Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield, Royal Deeside, the North East coastal beaches, bays and ports, Ross and Cromarty, Wester Ross, Lochaber and perhaps glimpses of Sutherland and Caithness.