As of January 2016, Inchdryne Cottage is no longer available as a holiday let, we will just be letting the lodge.

Inchdryne Cottage is a traditional stone built house situated in the crofting township of Tulloch and is the only holiday cottage within the RSPB Abernethy reserve.

The Croft was established in 1850 and is still being worked today.  The land is worked using traditional crofting methods, and has cattle, sheep and hens, as well as a collie called Pip and a labrador Bronie.

At a Glance –

Sleeps 6 plus baby/toddler
1 double bedroom
2 twin bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Kitchen/Dining Room
Electric Hob / Oven and Microwave
Fridge Freezer
Washing Machine / Tumble Drier
Private Garden


Accommodation Overviewlounge M


The  warm  lounge features a pine-lined cathedral ceiling, cosy open fire, and electric storage heaters throughout. Electricity, logs and peat all provided free. There is a small library a TV and a DVD player


The kitchen/dining room is well equipped with

  • Electric hob and oven
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • washing machine
  • tumble drier
  • fridge/freezer


There are three bedrooms,  1 double bedded and 2 twin bedded rooms. Electric blankets are supplied in the cottage.

The double bedded room  is situated on the ground floor; it is a large family room with double bed which can comfortably accommodate a cot or small folding bed for a toddler.

One of the twin bedded rooms is also downstairs, next to the bathroom.

The other twin bedded room is upstairs, this is the only room in the house not at ground level.

There are two full sized bathrooms with wash hand basin and WC, one with a bath, the other with a shower.

There is a Pay Phone available in the Cottage  – 01479 831288

The Cottage has a Private Water supply.

Car parking for three cars beside the cottage. Outside drying line.

Inchdryne has its own private garden and access road.


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Loch Garten is a 20 minute walk away, and the AbernethyForest; Tulloch Moor and the Osprey Centre are all within walking distance. Advice on walks, bird-watching, crofting life and other activities and attractions in the area is available from ourselves.

Strathspey also has fine golf courses, fishing and good restaurants.