Here in the Seaboard Villages of Easter Ross there is plenty to do and see. The Log Cabin makes an ideal base for touring the Highlands of Scotland.
Home in on our history and heritage at Fearn Abbey, Tarbat Discovery Centre or Dunrobin Castle. Follow the King's Route at Tain Through Time Museum. Take a trek to follow the Pictish stones trail around Easter Ross. Sample the 'water of life' at nearby Glenmorangie Distillery. Catch the ferry to the Black Isle and see the Bottlenose Dolphins and the seals. In season of course there are the Highland Games and Shows which are such an important part of life to both Highlanders and visitors alike.
Nigg bay situated 10 minutes from the cabin is an extensive area of mudflat, saltmarsh and wet grassland nestled on the Cromarty Firth. Any visit between October and March would be rewarded with a sight of countless wading birds, such as bartailed godwits and knots.
Loch Eye, Nature Reserve and S.S.S.I.; Birdwatchers and Nature Lovers paradise - Osprey, Otters, Brown Hare, Pine Marten, Roe Deer, Dolphins & Seals.
Whooper swans in their hundreds glide effortlessly across the flats of Nigg Bay and Greylag and Pink Foot geese in their thousands descend in late Autumn, with over 30,000 having been recorded in one season.
Being right on the coast, and just outside the traditional fishing villages of Shandwick, Balintore and Hilton offers the keen sea angler an ideal opportunity for a fishing trip.
A more sedate form of Fishing is available on Loch Eye.
The world famous Royal Dornoch Championship Course (currently ranked 15th) is just a 20 minute drive from Broomton.
It shares stunning views across the Dornoch Firth and Sutherland hills with The Struie, an 18 hole links course which complements the main course.
Close to home or further afield there are over 40 excellent courses located throughout the Highlands including Tain, Brora, Golspie, Fortrose and Rosemarkie, Invergordon, Strathpeffer, Wick, Thurso and Reay to name only a few.
A great weeks golfing awaits you!