Enjoy the scenic splendour of the Scottish highlands, whilst on holiday at Tomich Holidays, part of the 1600 acre historical Guisachan Estate. We offer a range of on-site facilities, for the self-catering holiday maker.
SWIMMING The pool has now re-opened for individual property sessions, bookable in advance once onsite. It measures 11 metres x 3.6 metres. It is heated for your comfort. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The changing rooms were renovated in 2018.
GAMES ROOM This converted store room provides a great place for youngsters to relax and for teenagers to unwind. Parents can use the wi-fi hotspot whilst the children challenge themselves to ping pong, football or snooker. There is also a small library and games store. We have a self sanitising station in place for use both before and after using equipment.
PETS We love pets at Tomich Holidays. We look forward to welcoming your pets to Tomich. We will even leave them a welcome doggy biscuit upon arrival. Please bring your own ‘doggie’ towels and covers. Just make sure your dog has a good wipe down before entering the cottages or lodges. Pets must be kept out of the bedrooms too. As Tomich Holidays is based on a working farm, dogs need to be controlled around livestock. Remember to clean up after your pets too. £30 per week or per stay.
Wi-Fi Our Courtyard Cottages, Woodland Lodges and the Victorian Dairy Cottage all have wi-fi in them. There is also a wi-fi hotspot in the games room.
BIKE STORE & DRYING ROOM Huge indoor bike store available with racks for added security. Use the spacious drying room to dry out your outdoor gear. Ideal if you have been walking or mountain biking in Glen Affric. It has shelves, racks, newspaper and hangers.
CHILDREN WELCOME We welcome families to Tomich Holidays. Younger children will love the toddler play area with low level assault course, swings, slides and climbing frame. Older siblings can play a game of football or cricket on the huge lawn. Enjoy a holiday to remember for the whole family. Explore the vast playground of Glen Affric and the surrounding Guisachan Estate.