OUR BEAUTIFUL
HOLIDAY COTTAGE

Alt Na Slat is a lovely two-bedroomed self-catering cottage set within the Estate. Having recently undergone a complete renovation, this traditional stone-built property provides a Highland experience, alongside the modern essentials.

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TWO BEDROOM HOLIDAY HOME

A traditional Highland cottage sympathetically renovated to offer guests every modern convenience. With stunning views and a backdrop of established trees, the lovely cottage is only half the attraction – the outdoor space and proximity to nature is equally as appealing for those looking for a secret getaway or visiting for a chance to fish these famous waters.

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ALT NA SLAT COTTAGE

Two bedrooms – sleeps four
We welcome self-catering guests to stay at Alt Na Slat – which this year has had a complete renovation. The cottage features brand new furnishings throughout and all the modern essentials visitors require, including wifi. Well behaved dogs are welcome.

Prices for low season start at £585 for a week; £800 in high season.
For availability email enquiries@tomdoun-scotland.co.uk

Stunning Highland views
Our traditional stone-built Estate cottage commands incredible views of the Glen. There is an abundance of outdoor space and guests to soak up the peace and tranquility Tomdoun offers.

Covid-19 guidance
Reserve Alt Na Slat with confidence: should Scottish government restrictions relating to holiday bookings in the Highlands change, your pre-payment will be moved to a future date within 12 months of the original booking.

“What a place! Absolutely stunning. We loved the location and cannot wait to go back. The cottage has been really nicely fitted out – with the kitchen having everything we could have possibly asked for.”

SAM – LEICESTERSHIRE, UK

Tomdoun Estate covers 11,000 acres of unspoilt Highlands, west of Fort Augustus and north-east of Malaig. This historic part of West of Scotland is rich in clan heritage and great place to embrace the ancient spirit of the Highlands. It remains one of the UK’s last great wildernesses.

Tomdoun – part of the Tuxford Estates.