A friend arrived with a DJI Phantom 4 Drone last weekend, the same weekend as 5 Apache Helicopters were training in the area. We decided to avoid any confrontation, so no high level shots! See the gold of the whins and the gean trees in full flower.

Hiddenglen Holidays lodges near Nairn

Imagine the view from these lodges.

Hiddenglen Holidays view of glen

Not dissimilar from this view up the glen.

Hiddenglen Holidays lodge

Kestrel’s Lodge with a guest photobombing!

Nairn and the Moray Firth

The view north with Nairn and the Moray Firth 3 miles away.





Dolphins by George Wheelhouse, a guest here.

The Moray Firth is located to the east of Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland. It is home to Bottlenose Dolphin and Harbour Porpoise. They are seen regularly from Chanonry Point (the best time being 1-2 hrs before high tide) and sometimes from Nairn beach. The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society have visitor centres at North Kessock and Spey Bay. Boat trips to view the dolphins leave from Inverness, Cromarty and Nairn.
Hiddenglen Holidays is an excellent base for exploring around the Moray Firth. Dolphins are seen throughout the year. Between June and September we can almost guarantee that you will see the dolphins, but are not so confident about the Loch Ness monster!