Our area has so much to offer and Docharn Lodge is ideally located for a whole host of exciting activities. You can discover why so many people return again and again to enjoy our beautiful surroundings.
Boat of Garten Golf Course dubbed “Gleneagles of the North” a fine 18 hole course is only a few minutes drive from Docharn Lodge. You can play year round, subject to weather conditions, on one of the most picturesque courses in the area.
Also within easy reach is Royal Dornoch and the new Castle Stuart course – current home to the Scottish Open.
Other courses are also situated in:
You can fish for salmon on the famous River Spey nearby. Day tickets can be obtained at the local post office in Boat of Garten. If you are interested in learning more there are some great fishing schools in the area too
BIRD WATCHING and WILDLIFE
Head out anywhere in the National Park and you will discover a wide range of wildlife. You can book a guide and watch the Black Grouse, roe deer and much more. Not forgetting the famous RSPB Opsrey hide at Loch Garten where you can view the Osprey nest, the Insh Marshes Reserve is only a few miles further.
WALKING AND HILL WALKING
Explore the dramatic countryside to discover and appreciate what's around you, either on your own or by an organised walk with a ranger.
There is something for everyone, from gentle woodland strolls to the high mountain tops to suit the keenest Munro bagger.
Book a session with one of the excellent providers they will take you on an exciting journey across varied terrain, taking in spectacular views of the area. You will be accompanied by experienced and fully trained professional guides who will teach you to quad bike.
You can enjoy a taste of the great outdoors with all sorts of water sports; kayaking, white water rafting, sailing etc.
In addition there is skiing, snowboarding, climbing, off road driving, safari tours, clay pigeon shooting and much, much more.In addition there is skiing, snowboarding, climbing, off road driving, safari tours, clay pigeon shooting and much, much more.
If you're not into extreme sports and adventure, don't forget you can enjoy the magnificent scenery from the car or with the excellent public transport network.
Visit castles and gardens, distilleries, art galleries, visitor centres and of course witness the spectacle of Highland Games held in various local villages.
If you wish to make an enquiry please fill in the form on the "CONTACT" page. Or call Catriona or Neil at:
07828 653436 or