Stay at Easter Airfield
Stay somewhere unique in the Highlands!
Easter Airfield are pleased to be able to offer a choice of two huts for your stay.
These are “off grid" huts set on our 21 acre airfield, (900m x 20m 06-24) so you can fly in and park your aircraft right next to your accommodation, offering a fantastic addition to a cross country flight to the Highlands. Wifi available close by in the Control building.
Free landings for the duration of your stay!
This hut has everything you need to get away from it all. Sleeping 2 people in twin beds, it has ensuite facilities, and a gas hob. The hut is “off grid” so power is limited from the solar/wind/battery system so don’t bother bringing your hairdryer & curling tongs!
To book, call 07860 524394 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Booked direct : £80 per night (2 night minimum stay), £400 per week
The “No’s” : No smoking. No pets. No fires/barbecues
Hut is simple but practical.
Step back in time and get away from daily stresses with its rustic charm and beautiful private surroundings.
Basic breakfast supplied, milk, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, sugar, bottled water, cereals, shortbread,
toast, butter and jams, salt and pepper.
Electric supplied by a generator a short walk away which needs to be turned off at night or when not in use as runs up to 5 hours at a time.
Inside hut : Kitchenette with Belfast sink and work surface, toaster, mini electric hob and fridge, table and chairs, woodburner with wood supplied for duration of stay.
Ensuite with sink toilet and electric shower.
To book, call Jamie on 07961 203848 or email email@example.com
Booked direct : £70 per night (2 night minimum stay), discounts for 3-6 nights,
7 night stays get automatic discount.
The “No’s” :No smoking. No pets. No fires/barbecues.
Easter Airfield is only a mile from the beach at Balintore, where the 'Mermaid of the North' overlooks the Moray Firth and local facilities are available, including the Balintore Inn.
Other close attractions are the Anta pottery which is next door and has a lovely cafe, the new Toulvaddie Distillery which Is being built nearby, the Glenmorangie distillery & visitor centre is 9 miles to the north
and the Dalmore distillery & visitor centre is 14 miles to the west.
Easter is also just 6 miles from the Nigg ferry to Cromarty on the Black Isle which runs during the summer months. When the ferry is running, a pleasant detour off the North Coast 500 route leaving Inverness would be head to Chanonry point at Fortrose to see the famous Moray Firth dolphins, have a bite to eat in Cromarty then over to Nigg on the ferry and spend a couple of days in one of the huts. The NC500 can be re-joined just 5 miles north of Easter.
Hope to see you when you take the opportunity for a unique stay in Easter Ross, with or without an aircraft!