Cromarty, Highland, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Cromarty

Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceA beautifully decorated and maintained two hundred year old house with views over the Cromarty Firth Guest AccessYou have access to a spacious ensuite room , guest lounge with log fire and malt whisky, guest dining room and or sit in our garden with amazing views over the Cromarty Firth. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to chat all night or leave you to do your own thing -you decide! The NeighborhoodCromarty is the best preserved historic town in the Highlands, Dolphins in the firth and unique shops and restaurants in walking distance Getting AroundThere is an hourly bus to Inverness Other Things to NoteWe have 5 stars from the AA and visit Scotland, a breakfast award, taste our best award for serving excellent quality locally sourced produce, and a rosette for our food.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceWe pride ourselves on providing an authentic relaxing environment for our guests in this quiet little seaside town. This stone built house was the head coastguards' home and has a great view across the Cromarty Firth. The room is comfortable for two people with a queen size bed and plenty of wardrobe space. Guest AccessGuests will have access to a newly refurbished bathroom with shower and toilet situated next to the bedroom. The room is privately situated on the third floor. Interaction with GuestsI have lived and worked across the Highlands and I am quite happy to help you design your perfect stay in this beautiful area. My husband and I live in the house and will be on hand to help make your stay welcome. We will serve you the breakfast you desire at a suitable time. The NeighborhoodI love to sit and watch the sea changing every day. I see the fishermen coming in with their catches. I see tourists passing and taking pictures of my view everyday. I live in a very peaceful beautiful setting. Getting AroundPublic transport is limited in the Highlands and it is best if you drive. If you do not want to drive I am happy to pick you up from the train, bus or airport for an additional fee by arrangement. Other Things to NoteWe are open to providing additional evening meals, some salsa tuition or even a musical experience if you play an instrument! I am also into health and wellbeing and can offer some stress free instruction or a wellness course to compliment your Highland experience.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThis is a lovely bright room with large windows on two sides. It has a double bed and a single futon can be made up for youngsters. The room is light and airy and has plenty of wardrobe space. It is well equipped for tea or coffee making, hair dryer, TV and radio with an easy chair for your relaxation. Guest AccessYou will have shared use of the fresh new bathroom next door. Tea and coffee making facilities and a TV are also available. Free Wi-Fi and stunning views across the Cromarty Firth, especially at sunset. Text your eta and we will be there to welcome you. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to provide guest with ideas on where to go for the real Highland experiences as we have travelled to some far corners of Scotland. The NeighborhoodCromarty is a quiet little town with a diverse artistic and cultural community offering the traveller the opportunity to purchase some unique gifts. There is a good selection of places to eat and the eco ventures dolphin trips should not be missed. For the historians there is a wonderful Hugh Miller museum and a courthouse experience as well as an archaeological dig just along the shore. So much to do in such a small remote community. Getting AroundPublic transport is not good across this rural part of Scotland and we expect our guests to arrive by car. I am happy to collect from the airport or train/ bus station for an additional fee by arrangement. Other Things to NoteWe are new to the BnB business so our home is your home while you stay and we hope you enjoy the place we live in as much as we do.
Home/Apartment
1 review
3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceCromarty has plenty to enchant both travellers and holidaymakers: sandy beaches; Georgian architecture, bottlenose dolphins and bird colonies of international importance. Guest AccessVisit the birthplace of Hugh Miller. Miller was a stonemason, geologist and writer, whose thatched cottage is now a museum under the ownership of the National Trust for Scotland. Guests staying in Paye House are entitled to a complimentary visit. Interaction with GuestsFull weeks only March to October. Short breaks available outwith this period (excluding festive period) Over the festive period bookings are available on a weekly basis: 22nd - 29th Dec for Christmas and 29th Dec - 5th Jan for New Year. The NeighborhoodCromarty is only 40 minutes' drive from Inverness, the 'capital of the Highlands'. Getting AroundFree parking on Church Street just around the corner.
house
Excellent
1 review
4br house
  • Pets Allowed
Ivydene Cottage is a terraced townhouse located in a peaceful square in the original part of Cromarty. Dating back to the late 1700s, the cottage is one of the oldest properties in this quaint fishing village and was totally re-fitted in 2007. Ivydene Cottage offers exceptionally comfortable, deceptively spacious and modern self-catering accommodation within a traditional listed exterior and is an ideal base for a relaxing family holiday in the Highlands. The cottage is conveniently located in the conservation town of Cromarty, only a two minute walk from the beach and a short walk from shops, local eateries and inns. There is parking directly outside the cottage for up to two cars. Cromarty, at the tip of the fertile Black Isle peninsula, is an idyllic holiday destination; famous for its favourable micro-climate and clean sandy beaches. The town has slipway facilities and the sheltered waters offer good sailing. There are lovely coast and countryside walks in the area as well as sea angling, cruises, top golf courses and quiet roads for cycling. This is an ideal base for exploring the wider Highland region: north to John o'Groats, south to Loch Ness or west to Gairloch and the rugged West Highlands. Inverness is a half hour drive away. A low occupancy discount is available for bookings of less than 8 guests at certain times of year. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bedrooms: 4, dogs welcome, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, house. Ivydene Cottage is a terraced townhouse located in a peaceful square in the original part of Cromarty. Dating back to the late 1700s, the cottage is one of the oldest properties in this quaint fishing village and was totally re-fitted in 2007. Ivydene Cottage offers exceptionally comfortable, deceptively spacious and modern self-catering accommodation within a traditional listed exterior and is an ideal base for a relaxing family holiday in the Highlands. The cottage is conveniently located in the conservation town of Cromarty, only a two minute walk from the beach and a short walk from shops, local eateries and inns. There is parking directly outside the cottage for up to two cars. Cromarty, at the tip of the fertile Black Isle peninsula, is an idyllic holiday destination; famous for its favourable micro-climate and clean sandy beaches. The town has slipway facilities and the sheltered waters offer good sailing. There are lovely coast and countryside walks in the area as well as sea angling, cruises, top golf courses and quiet roads for cycling. This is an ideal base for exploring the wider Highland region: north to John o'Groats, south to Loch Ness or west to Gairloch and the rugged West Highlands. Inverness is a half hour drive away. A low occupancy discount is available for bookings of less than 8 guests at certain times of year. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bedrooms: 4, dogs welcome, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, house.
house
3br house
  • Pets Allowed
The picturesque village of Cromarty lies on the tip of the Black Isle, overlooking the Cromarty Firth, only 22 miles from Inverness. This historic village, surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastline, is an ideal destination for a relaxing Highland holiday. The 18th century history of the village is preserved in the architecture, with a historic conservation area featuring cobbled lanes and charming fisherman’s cottages. History lovers should also visit the Cromarty Courthouse Museum and Hugh Miller’s Cottage and Museum to journey into the past. There are a range of lovely shops in the village including Cromarty Pottery and the Cromarty Cheese House, as well as wonderful eateries, such as the popular Sutor Creek Café. Other attractions and activities in the area include a wildlife boat trip with Eco Ventures, the Cromarty Brewing Company, sandy beaches, golfing, wildlife watching, walking and cycling. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure or idyllic surroundings in which to unwind, the Cromarty area has it all. Cromarty is around ten miles from Fortrose, where you can look for bottlenose dolphins at Chanonry Point, play a round of golf at the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Course or walk on the sandy Rosemarkie Beach. Nearby Fairy Glen offers peaceful woodland walking. As well as discovering the delights of the Black Isle, Cromarty is a great base for exploring more of the spectacular Scottish Highlands, as well as south around the Inverness area and across to the scenic Moray Coast. Harbour View, 4 George Street is a 3 bedroom terraced townhouse style house with 3 bedrooms over 2 floors. Originally built for the Coastguard Officers around 1920 the house has since been fully renovated and benefits from a modern fully fitted galley kitchen, double glazing and central heating. The houses were originally built with outside toilets; then the Coastguard Management installed toilet and both facilities indoors at the back of the house. We are happy to say that there are toilet facilities on each floor now and Harbour View has a relaxing lounge overlooking the immediate harbour. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, dogs welcome, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), late availability discount, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 3. The picturesque village of Cromarty lies on the tip of the Black Isle, overlooking the Cromarty Firth, only 22 miles from Inverness. This historic village, surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastline, is an ideal destination for a relaxing Highland holiday. The 18th century history of the village is preserved in the architecture, with a historic conservation area featuring cobbled lanes and charming fisherman’s cottages. History lovers should also visit the Cromarty Courthouse Museum and Hugh Miller’s Cottage and Museum to journey into the past. There are a range of lovely shops in the village including Cromarty Pottery and the Cromarty Cheese House, as well as wonderful eateries, such as the popular Sutor Creek Café. Other attractions and activities in the area include a wildlife boat trip with Eco Ventures, the Cromarty Brewing Company, sandy beaches, golfing, wildlife watching, walking and cycling. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure or idyllic surroundings in which to unwind, the Cromarty area has it all. Cromarty is around ten miles from Fortrose, where you can look for bottlenose dolphins at Chanonry Point, play a round of golf at the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Course or walk on the sandy Rosemarkie Beach. Nearby Fairy Glen offers peaceful woodland walking. As well as discovering the delights of the Black Isle, Cromarty is a great base for exploring more of the spectacular Scottish Highlands, as well as south around the Inverness area and across to the scenic Moray Coast. Harbour View, 4 George Street is a 3 bedroom terraced townhouse style house with 3 bedrooms over 2 floors. Originally built for the Coastguard Officers around 1920 the house has since been fully renovated and benefits from a modern fully fitted galley kitchen, double glazing and central heating. The houses were originally built with outside toilets; then the Coastguard Management installed toilet and both facilities indoors at the back of the house. We are happy to say that there are toilet facilities on each floor now and Harbour View has a relaxing lounge overlooking the immediate harbour. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, dogs welcome, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), late availability discount, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 3.
house
Good
7 reviews
2br house
  • Pets Allowed
Situated in the old part of the fisher’s town in Cromarty, Fisherman's Cottage retains much of its original design and traditional features. Originally built in 1775, the cottage was fully modernised in 2013 and finished to the highest standard, offering comfortable self-catering accommodation in a picturesque location. This well-equipped cottage sleeps up to four guests with one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. On the ground floor the main living area has a fully fitted kitchen, living room and family bathroom and the cottage is just a stone's throw away from the seashore. Cromarty is a beautiful conservation village - much of the development of the town was in the early 18th century and there is a real sense of history and tranquillity as the village has been unspoiled by modern architecture. Fisherman's Cottage is close to local amenities and is an ideal base for exploring the Black Isle and the wider Scottish Highlands. Activities in the area include walking, cycling, golfing, wildlife watching and boat tours, and the beautiful coastal setting makes it an idyllic holiday spot. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, dogs welcome, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), late availability discount, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 2. Situated in the old part of the fisher’s town in Cromarty, Fisherman's Cottage retains much of its original design and traditional features. Originally built in 1775, the cottage was fully modernised in 2013 and finished to the highest standard, offering comfortable self-catering accommodation in a picturesque location. This well-equipped cottage sleeps up to four guests with one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. On the ground floor the main living area has a fully fitted kitchen, living room and family bathroom and the cottage is just a stone's throw away from the seashore. Cromarty is a beautiful conservation village - much of the development of the town was in the early 18th century and there is a real sense of history and tranquillity as the village has been unspoiled by modern architecture. Fisherman's Cottage is close to local amenities and is an ideal base for exploring the Black Isle and the wider Scottish Highlands. Activities in the area include walking, cycling, golfing, wildlife watching and boat tours, and the beautiful coastal setting makes it an idyllic holiday spot. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, dogs welcome, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), late availability discount, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 2.
cottage
Excellent
11 reviews
4br cottage
    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    18 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpacePerfect for walkers, twitchers and simply relaxing Guest AccessFree wifi, on site parking, large spacious garden Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they desire The NeighborhoodThere is something for everyone in Cromarty Getting AroundRegular bus service to Inverness, however own transport is recommended
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    17 reviews
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The SpaceThe Garden Room is a studio room. Bright and fresh with lovely sea views. It is self catering and has everything required to make your stay smooth and relaxing. Guest AccessAccess across the road from Royal bar, up steps to Garden Room. Its own little patio is contained within a low walled garden and table and chairs are provided for your use. The garden behind with the oil tank and shed again set in low walled garden houses the wash line which you can use. Pegs are provided in there. The refuse bins are en route to wash line and are visible from kitchen window. Numbered 3. Interaction with GuestsHopefully I will be available most of the time you are staying and you are welcome to call at the door for anything you require. Otherwise i am always available on my mobile phone. (Number will be provided) The NeighborhoodThe Garden Room is enclosed in a walled garden just above the harbour. In summer you can enjoy the beautiful views and watch the cruise ships go by and maybe catch a glimpse of the dolphins. The Royal Hotel is just across the road for food and drinks. You can book a trip to see the dolphins with EcoVentures across the road and have a meal or pizza from Sutor Creek again just across the road. There are numerous quaint shops and museums in the village and lovely walks. Getting AroundThere is free street parking, hopefully just outside. There are two bus stops and there is a bus to Inverness almost every hour from 7am til late. A bus time table is available in the room.
    Bed & Breakfast
    Excellent
    4 reviews
    1br Bed & Breakfast
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    We would love to welcome you to our beautiful 5 star rated B&B ( by the AA and Visit Scotland) we have three individually designed en suite rooms, and lounge and dining room for guests use. Our garden which you are welcome to use overlooks the Cromarty Firth.
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    6 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
      The SpaceI will meet all guests or contact them prior to arrival with instructions if i am unavailable. All linen etc is provided. Guest AccessWhole house and garden
      apt. / condo
      2br apt. / condo
        "Seascape" is a very comfortable two-bedroom self-catering apartment situated on the seafront in Cromarty. The first floor apartment has wonderful panoramic sea and mountain views over the Cromarty Firth and the beach is just across the road. A lovely place to chill-out and get away from it all! There are 2 bedrooms: one double and one twin which comfortably sleep 4. A single folding bed is available for an extra guest. Both bedrooms have TV's with DVD's and IPod docking station. Electric blankets on double and twin beds. The lounge area is open-plan with fully-fitted kitchen, including electric cooker with grill, washing-machine/dryer, microwave, fridge, freezer,dishwasher, kettle, toaster and iron. Heating included in tariff. The lounge has comfortable seating area with TV....enjoy the fantastic view without leaving the sofa! The bathroom has shower fitted over the bath. Towels provided. Wifi. Small well-behaved dogs welcome. (Prior arrangement with owner.) Non-smoking accommodation. Hair-dryer & binoculars provided. Selection of books to browse through. Selection of kid's board games & jigsaws to keep them amused. Travel cot & high-chair available. (Please bring own cot bedding). Starter tea, coffee and sugar available. Cromarty is a wonderful small village with quaint shops , lovely restaurants, tea shops and places of historical interest to visit. There is a small Supermarket, Post Office, Pottery/Gift Shop and very interesting Antique Shop. If you enjoy walking Cromarty is the ideal location to visit. The perfect place to enjoy a relaxing chilled-out holiday. Cromarty is only a 20 minute drive to the town of Dingwall and about 40 minute drive to the Highland Capital of Inverness. Dolphin boat trips available. Bowling green in Cromarty. Fortrose Golf Club is a wonderful coastal course and is only a 15 minute drive away. There is a bird sanctuary and "hide" at Udale Bay about ten minute drive away. "Escape to Seascape!"
        house
        2br house
          The cottage retains the old red sandstone external walls but has been extended and modernised throughout the years. Recent additions were double glazing, total control heating, quality external and patio doors, an upgraded bathroom and fully modernised kitchen. Also added were a maintenance free, chipped front and back gardens and a secluded patio. A 2 minute walk takes you to the seats on the shorefront with breath taking views of the bay and the Sutors. Shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants are all within walking distance as are the all-weather tennis courts set in the park with its selection of slides, frames and keep fit machines, the bowling green, the sandy beaches, dolphin spotting from the shore or sea, and a choice of walks from short circular strolls to long forest trails or coastal hikes. For the amateur geologist there are Hugh Miller’s cottage and house or you can retrace his footsteps to look for fossils on the shore and for the historian there is the Cromarty Courthouse with its many attractions including an animated 18th century court scene and digital audio tour of the village. The Courthouse holds archive material for Cromarty and family history research. For beer disciples there is the Cromarty Brewery at Davidston 3 miles away, Mountain biking at the popular Learnie Red Rock 4 miles away and golf at the Chanonry Links 10 miles away with more courses in a 15-20 mile radius. Chanonry is also where the dolphins love to perform, just off the shore. The RSPB have bird watching reserves and hides at Udale Bay (5 miles) and Munlochy Bay (12 miles) and an observation point for red kites at Tollie (12 miles). During the summer months a car and passenger ferry takes you across the firth to Nigg and Easter Ross giving easy access to Tain (home of Glen Morangie whisky), Dornoch with its cathedral and famous golf course and beyond to the North Highlands and the Castle of Mey. Inverness is a car journey of 35 mins away and Dingwall 30 mins with Ullapool and the west only 1 hour from Dingwall. This cottage is one of the four originally built in 1896 to provide new homes for some of the Cromarty fisher families. The land was owned by the local laird and his wife, Lady Ross, thought building these new houses would be of benefit to the fisherfolk. However not one family took up the offer as they did not want to leave the Fishertown. Additional amenities include: black isle, sorry no dogs, smoke detector, number of bath/shower rooms: 1, house, late availability discount, hair-dryer, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), heating, fire extinguisher, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 2, hangers. The cottage retains the old red sandstone external walls but has been extended and modernised throughout the years. Recent additions were double glazing, total control heating, quality external and patio doors, an upgraded bathroom and fully modernised kitchen. Also added were a maintenance free, chipped front and back gardens and a secluded patio. A 2 minute walk takes you to the seats on the shorefront with breath taking views of the bay and the Sutors. Shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants are all within walking distance as are the all-weather tennis courts set in the park with its selection of slides, frames and keep fit machines, the bowling green, the sandy beaches, dolphin spotting from the shore or sea, and a choice of walks from short circular strolls to long forest trails or coastal hikes. For the amateur geologist there are Hugh Miller’s cottage and house or you can retrace his footsteps to look for fossils on the shore and for the historian there is the Cromarty Courthouse with its many attractions including an animated 18th century court scene and digital audio tour of the village. The Courthouse holds archive material for Cromarty and family history research. For beer disciples there is the Cromarty Brewery at Davidston 3 miles away, Mountain biking at the popular Learnie Red Rock 4 miles away and golf at the Chanonry Links 10 miles away with more courses in a 15-20 mile radius. Chanonry is also where the dolphins love to perform, just off the shore. The RSPB have bird watching reserves and hides at Udale Bay (5 miles) and Munlochy Bay (12 miles) and an observation point for red kites at Tollie (12 miles). During the summer months a car and passenger ferry takes you across the firth to Nigg and Easter Ross giving easy access to Tain (home of Glen Morangie whisky), Dornoch with its cathedral and famous golf course and beyond to the North Highlands and the Castle of Mey. Inverness is a car journey of 35 mins away and Dingwall 30 mins with Ullapool and the west only 1 hour from Dingwall. This cottage is one of the four originally built in 1896 to provide new homes for some of the Cromarty fisher families. The land was owned by the local laird and his wife, Lady Ross, thought building these new houses would be of benefit to the fisherfolk. However not one family took up the offer as they did not want to leave the Fishertown. Additional amenities include: black isle, sorry no dogs, number of bath/shower rooms: 1, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), late availability discount, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 2.
          hotel
          3br hotel
          • Breakfast
          • Gym
          • Parking
          • Pets Allowed
          • Swimming Pool
          • Wifi
          Situated by the sea, this luxury bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Cromarty Museum and Hugh Miller Museum. Fortrose Cathedral and Chanonry Point Lighthouse are also within 12 mi (20 km).
          Home/Apartment
          2br Home/Apartment
            Get away from it all to our peaceful seaside retreat, with breathtaking views of the Cromarty Firth and the mountains of Ross-shire beyond. Our recently refurbished two bedroom home is situated right on the sea front, and only a short walk to the historically preserved village of Cromarty. Enjoy an abundance of walks along the beach, around the village and out to the famous "Souters" headland. The extremely clean, sandy beach and clear waters offer a safe environment, and provides a unique opportunity to spot dolphins, seals and other wild life. Whether you're looking to explore this charming town, potter around by the shore or just watch life by the sea, this promises to be a relaxing and memorable vacation venue.
            Home/Apartment
            Excellent
            1 review
            4br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            Ivydene Cottage is a terraced townhouse located in a peaceful square in the original part of Cromarty. Dating back to the late 1700s, the cottage is one of the oldest properties in this quaint fishing village and was totally re-fitted in 2007. Ivydene Cottage offers exceptionally comfortable, deceptively spacious and modern self-catering accommodation within a traditional listed exterior and is an ideal base for a relaxing family holiday in the Highlands. The cottage is conveniently located in the conservation town of Cromarty, only a two minute walk from the beach and a short walk from shops, local eateries and inns. There is parking directly outside the cottage for up to two cars. Cromarty, at the tip of the fertile Black Isle peninsula, is an idyllic holiday destination; famous for its favourable micro-climate and clean sandy beaches. The town has slipway facilities and the sheltered waters offer good sailing. There are lovely coast and countryside walks in the area as well as sea angling, cruises, top golf courses and quiet roads for cycling. This is an ideal base for exploring the wider Highland region: north to John o'Groats, south to Loch Ness or west to Gairloch and the rugged West Highlands. Inverness is a half hour drive away. A low occupancy discount is available for bookings of less than 8 guests at certain times of year. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, smoke detector, house, hair-dryer, heating, fire extinguisher, dogs welcome, number of bedrooms: 4, allows pets, hangers.
            Home/Apartment
            Good
            7 reviews
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            Situated in the old part of the fisher’s town in Cromarty, Fisherman's Cottage retains much of its original design and traditional features. Originally built in 1775, the cottage was fully modernised in 2013 and finished to the highest standard, offering comfortable self-catering accommodation in a picturesque location. This well-equipped cottage sleeps up to four guests with one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. On the ground floor the main living area has a fully fitted kitchen, living room and family bathroom and the cottage is just a stone's throw away from the seashore. Cromarty is a beautiful conservation village - much of the development of the town was in the early 18th century and there is a real sense of history and tranquillity as the village has been unspoiled by modern architecture. Fisherman's Cottage is close to local amenities and is an ideal base for exploring the Black Isle and the wider Scottish Highlands. Activities in the area include walking, cycling, golfing, wildlife watching and boat tours, and the beautiful coastal setting makes it an idyllic holiday spot. Additional amenities include: black isle, late availability discount, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, smoke detector, short breaks available, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), heating, fire extinguisher, dogs welcome, number of bedrooms: 2, allows pets, hangers.
            Home/Apartment
            3br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            The picturesque village of Cromarty lies on the tip of the Black Isle, overlooking the Cromarty Firth, only 22 miles from Inverness. This historic village, surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastline, is an ideal destination for a relaxing Highland holiday. The 18th century history of the village is preserved in the architecture, with a historic conservation area featuring cobbled lanes and charming fisherman’s cottages. History lovers should also visit the Cromarty Courthouse Museum and Hugh Miller’s Cottage and Museum to journey into the past. There are a range of lovely shops in the village including Cromarty Pottery and the Cromarty Cheese House, as well as wonderful eateries, such as the popular Sutor Creek Café. Other attractions and activities in the area include a wildlife boat trip with Eco Ventures, the Cromarty Brewing Company, sandy beaches, golfing, wildlife watching, walking and cycling. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure or idyllic surroundings in which to unwind, the Cromarty area has it all. Cromarty is around ten miles from Fortrose, where you can look for bottlenose dolphins at Chanonry Point, play a round of golf at the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Course or walk on the sandy Rosemarkie Beach. Nearby Fairy Glen offers peaceful woodland walking. As well as discovering the delights of the Black Isle, Cromarty is a great base for exploring more of the spectacular Scottish Highlands, as well as south around the Inverness area and across to the scenic Moray Coast. Harbour View, 4 George Street is a 3 bedroom terraced townhouse style house with 3 bedrooms over 2 floors. Originally built for the Coastguard Officers around 1920 the house has since been fully renovated and benefits from a modern fully fitted galley kitchen, double glazing and central heating. The houses were originally built with outside toilets; then the Coastguard Management installed toilet and both facilities indoors at the back of the house. We are happy to say that there are toilet facilities on each floor now and Harbour View has a relaxing lounge overlooking the immediate harbour. Additional amenities include: black isle, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, dogs welcome, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), late availability discount, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 3.
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
              The cottage retains the old red sandstone external walls but has been extended and modernised throughout the years. Recent additions were double glazing, total control heating, quality external and patio doors, an upgraded bathroom and fully modernised kitchen. Also added were a maintenance free, chipped front and back gardens and a secluded patio. A 2 minute walk takes you to the seats on the shorefront with breath taking views of the bay and the Sutors. Shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants are all within walking distance as are the all-weather tennis courts set in the park with its selection of slides, frames and keep fit machines, the bowling green, the sandy beaches, dolphin spotting from the shore or sea, and a choice of walks from short circular strolls to long forest trails or coastal hikes. For the amateur geologist there are Hugh Miller’s cottage and house or you can retrace his footsteps to look for fossils on the shore and for the historian there is the Cromarty Courthouse with its many attractions including an animated 18th century court scene and digital audio tour of the village. The Courthouse holds archive material for Cromarty and family history research. For beer disciples there is the Cromarty Brewery at Davidston 3 miles away, Mountain biking at the popular Learnie Red Rock 4 miles away and golf at the Chanonry Links 10 miles away with more courses in a 15-20 mile radius. Chanonry is also where the dolphins love to perform, just off the shore. The RSPB have bird watching reserves and hides at Udale Bay (5 miles) and Munlochy Bay (12 miles) and an observation point for red kites at Tollie (12 miles). During the summer months a car and passenger ferry takes you across the firth to Nigg and Easter Ross giving easy access to Tain (home of Glen Morangie whisky), Dornoch with its cathedral and famous golf course and beyond to the North Highlands and the Castle of Mey. Inverness is a car journey of 35 mins away and Dingwall 30 mins with Ullapool and the west only 1 hour from Dingwall. This cottage is one of the four originally built in 1896 to provide new homes for some of the Cromarty fisher families. The land was owned by the local laird and his wife, Lady Ross, thought building these new houses would be of benefit to the fisherfolk. However not one family took up the offer as they did not want to leave the Fishertown. Additional amenities include: black isle, sorry no dogs, smoke detector, number of bath/shower rooms: 1, house, late availability discount, hair-dryer, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), heating, fire extinguisher, short breaks available, number of bedrooms: 2, hangers.
              Home/Apartment
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Pets Allowed
              "Seascape" is a very comfortable two-bedroom self-catering apartment situated on the seafront in Cromarty. The first floor apartment has wonderful panoramic sea and mountain views over the Cromarty Firth and the beach is just across the road. A lovely place to chill-out and get away from it all! There are 2 bedrooms: one double and one twin which comfortably sleep 4. A single folding bed is available for an extra guest. Both bedrooms have TV's with DVD's and IPod docking station. Electric blankets on double and twin beds. The lounge area is open-plan with fully-fitted kitchen, including electric cooker with grill, washing-machine/dryer, microwave, fridge, freezer,dishwasher, kettle, toaster and iron. Heating included in tariff. The lounge has comfortable seating area with TV....enjoy the fantastic view without leaving the sofa! The bathroom has shower fitted over the bath. Towels provided. Wifi. Small well-behaved dogs welcome. (Prior arrangement with owner.) Non-smoking accommodation. Hair-dryer & binoculars provided. Selection of books to browse through. Selection of kid's board games & jigsaws to keep them amused. Travel cot & high-chair available. (Please bring own cot bedding). Starter tea, coffee and sugar available. Cromarty is a wonderful small village with quaint shops , lovely restaurants, tea shops and places of historical interest to visit. There is a small Supermarket, Post Office, Pottery/Gift Shop and very interesting Antique Shop. If you enjoy walking Cromarty is the ideal location to visit. The perfect place to enjoy a relaxing chilled-out holiday. Cromarty is only a 20 minute drive to the town of Dingwall and about 40 minute drive to the Highland Capital of Inverness. Dolphin boat trips available. Bowling green in Cromarty. Fortrose Golf Club is a wonderful coastal course and is only a 15 minute drive away. There is a bird sanctuary and "hide" at Udale Bay about ten minute drive away. "Escape to Seascape!"
              Bed & Breakfast
              1br Bed & Breakfast
              • Wifi
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceWe are a five star gold award winning b&b. Our price is for two and includes a delicious breakfast. Guest AccessWe have a guest lounge, dining room and gardens overlooking Cromarty Firth Interaction with GuestsWe welcome you with tea and scones and happy to chat about things to do in Cromarty and the local area The NeighborhoodCromarty is the best preserved historic town in the highlands, with independent shops, cafes and restaurants, museums, beaches , great walk and home to the most northerly pod of Bottlenose dolphins. Getting AroundThere is an hourly bus to inverness Other Things to NoteWe are a b&b . Our prices are per night for 2 and include full Breakfast. We are happy to cater to all dietary requirements, however best to give us advance notice as some unusual food items are not easy to come by on the Black Isle
              Home/Apartment
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Pets Allowed
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceThe apartment has recently been refurbished and is a comfortable & stylish place to relax with family and friends. It sleeps four (double room with a kingsize bed and a twin room). The bathroom features a power-shower over a bath. It has an open-plan kitchen, dining & sitting room and is well equipped with an HD Smart TV, DAB radio, Bluetooth speaker, dishwasher, fridge, electric hob & oven. Free WIFI is also available. You have access to our restaurants and bar downstairs, for those times you don't feel like cooking - we can even serve you meals in the comfort of your apartment! Guest AccessOur guests are welcome to join us in our restaurants and bar downstairs where we serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks & coffee. Free wifi is available. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to leave guests to relax and enjoy their break, but we are on-hand if needed. The NeighborhoodCromarty, poised on the tip of the Black Isle at the mouth of the Cromarty Firth is the Highlands' best preserved historic town. It is rich in history & folklore, with striking vernacular architecture & great views of seven counties from the top of the South Sutor which is a nice walk from the apartment. It's also a great place to spot the Moray Firth's resident population of Bottlenose dolphins as well as other wildlife - Cromarty is popular with twitchers and walkers. The town has an interesting mix of shops, an art gallery, a National Trust property and a museum. It's close to the mountain-bike trails at Learnie Red Rock (we can provide bike storage if needed). Getting AroundPublic transport is limited, it is better is you drive.
              house
              2br house
                Get away from it all to our peaceful seaside retreat, with breathtaking views of the Cromarty Firth and the mountains of Ross-shire beyond. Our recently refurbished two bedroom home is situated right on the sea front, and only a short walk to the historically preserved village of Cromarty. Enjoy an abundance of walks along the beach, around the village and out to the famous "Souters" headland. The extremely clean, sandy beach and clear waters offer a safe environment, and provides a unique opportunity to spot dolphins, seals and other wild life. Whether you're looking to explore this charming town, potter around by the shore or just watch life by the sea, this promises to be a relaxing and memorable vacation venue. Special and last minute offers may be available . This charming old house is set on the waterfront in the heart of the historic fishertown of Cromarty. It has been tastefully renovated to a high standard offering comfort and style. It is unusual in having a large bay window in the lounge which gives a panoramic view of the bay ,the mountains beyond and the Sutors (Headlands) of the Cromarty Firth. Open your bedroom window a little and let the sound of the gentle waves on the sandy beach send you to sleep. We just love it Feel free to contact us for more information, Tel 01387740328 , or mobile 07766986464 or glenmidge.smithy@virgin.net Lovely 2 story house on the sea front with spectacular views over the Cromarty Firth. Quiet location, five minute walk from Hotel , picturesque Harbour and shops,
                Home/Apartment
                4br Home/Apartment
                • Parking
                • Pets Allowed
                • Wifi
                Ivydene Cottage is one of the oldest properties in the conservation town of Cromarty, dating back to the late 1700's. The listed terraced townhouse, located in a peaceful square in the original part of the fishing village, was completely refurbished in 2007 and offers comfortable, spacious and modern self-catering accommodation in an idyllic location. The cottage is a short walk from the shops, local eateries and inns in Cromarty and less than a two minute walk to the beach. Situated at the tip of the Black Isle, Cromarty enjoys a favourable micro-climate and there are a wide range of activities and attractions on offer in the area such as clean sandy beaches, quiet roads for cycling, boat tours, sea angling, golfing, and coastal and countryside walks. Cromarty is also an excellent base for touring the Highlands, with John o'Groats to the north, Loch Ness to the south, and Gairloch and the rugged West Highlands to the west. Accommodation & Facilities Ground floor: Lounge with seating for eight, TV with Freeview and DVD player; spacious dining/kitchen with fitted modern kitchen; utility room with washing machine; shower room. First floor: Two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and chest of drawers; bathroom with bath and shower. Second floor: Two twin bedrooms with bedside cabinets. Outside: There is an enclosed gravelled area at the back of the cottage with a picnic table that seats eight. There is parking space for two cars directly outside the cottage. All bed linen, towels and electricity are included in the price. The holiday home is stocked with a starter supply of kitchen and bathroom supplies and two cots and high chairs are available on request. Up to two small dogs allowed. No smoking is permitted within the holiday home.
                Home/Apartment
                2br Home/Apartment
                • Parking
                • Wifi
                This two bed cottage is one of four originally built in 1896 as new housing for some of the Cromarty fisher families and retains the old red sandstone walls. Extended and modernised over the years, Nicol Terrace Cotttage is an ideal base for a relaxing Highland holiday, only a short walk away from the shore front with its stunning views of Cromarty Bay and the Sutors. The historic and attractive village of Cromarty is a wonderful holiday destination with a range of shops, cafes and restaurants (all within walking distance of the cottage), and a number of visitor attractions including Hugh Miller’s Cottage, the Cromarty Courthouse, the Cromarty Brewery and Cromarty Pottery. From exploring the beaches and coastline to mountain biking at nearby Learnie Red Rock there are a number of activities to enjoy during your self-catering holiday. Chanonry Point, the well-known dolphin watching spot, is ten miles away, and many fantastic links golf courses can be found in the area. During the summer you can take the car and passenger ferry to Nigg and Easter Ross, where you can explore Dornoch, Tain and the Northern Highlands. Accommodation & Facilities Lounge: two and three seater settee, modern Dimplex electric fire, TV with Freeview, DVD player with a selection of DVDs, free WiFi internet access. Utility cupboard: washing machine, tumble drier, storage shelving with hot water bottles, torch and clothes airer. Walking boots can be stored here. Bathroom: bath with overhead shower, new modern toilet, sink unit and mirrors. Kitchen: modern, fully-fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and DAB radio. Well-equipped with utensils and crockery, cutlery and glassware. Pine table with four cushioned pine chairs. Bedroom 1: king-size bed, bedside tables with lamps and alarm clock, large wardrobe, matching chest of drawers leather tub chair. Bedroom 2: adult bunk beds, bedside table with lamp and alarm clock, pine chest of drawers. Back hall/glassed area: small table with two cane, cushioned chairs. Patio doors leading out to back garden with a washing line and to the patio with dining set, two garden loungers and a kettle barbecue. The front garden is chipped with a wooden garden seat. All heating, electricity, bedding, hand and bath towels are included in the price, as well as a starter supply of washing powder, toilet and kitchen rolls, and cleaning liquids. A cot is available at no extra cost but please take your own blankets. No smoking is permitted in the holiday home and no pets.
                Cottage
                3br Cottage
                • Parking
                • Wifi
                The picturesque village of Cromarty lies on the tip of the Black Isle, overlooking the Cromarty Firth, only 22 miles from Inverness. This historic village, surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastline, is an ideal destination for a relaxing Highland holiday. The 18th century history of the village is preserved in the architecture, with a historic conservation area featuring cobbled lanes and charming fisherman’s cottages. History lovers should also visit the Cromarty Courthouse Museum and Hugh Miller’s Cottage and Museum to journey into the past. There are a range of lovely shops in the village including Cromarty Pottery and the Cromarty Cheese House, as well as wonderful eateries, such as the popular Sutor Creek Café. Other attractions and activities in the area include a wildlife boat trip with Eco Ventures, the Cromarty Brewing Company, sandy beaches, golfing, wildlife watching, walking and cycling. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventure or idyllic surroundings in which to unwind, the Cromarty area has it all. Cromarty is around ten miles from Fortrose, where you can look for bottlenose dolphins at Chanonry Point, play a round of golf at the Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Course or walk on the sandy Rosemarkie Beach. Nearby Fairy Glen offers peaceful woodland walking. As well as discovering the delights of the Black Isle, Cromarty is a great base for exploring more of the spectacular Scottish Highlands, as well as south around the Inverness area and across to the scenic Moray Coast. Harbour View, 4 George Street is a 3 bedroom terraced townhouse style house with 3 bedrooms over 2 floors. Originally built for the Coastguard Officers around 1920 the house has since been fully renovated and benefits from a modern fully fitted galley kitchen, double glazing and central heating. The houses were originally built with outside toilets; then the Coastguard Management installed toilet and both facilities indoors at the back of the house. We are happy to say that there are toilet facilities on each floor now and Harbour View has a relaxing lounge overlooking the immediate harbour. All bed linen, towels, electricity, Wi-Fi and parking is included in the tariff. A 25% deposit is required to confirm the booking with the final balance due no later than 6 weeks before arrival. A refundable security deposit of £100 will also be required as part of the final balance. Cancellation policy - once a booking is placed there is a 24 hour cooling off period. After that time the full amount of the booking will be due to be paid if the booking is cancelled at anytime. If cancelled and the property can be relet a full refund, less an administration fee of £30, will be refunded. Having to cancel a holiday is always an unexpected event, we strongly recommend you consider taking out cancellation insurance to cover you just in case. The house has electric central heating throughout. Parking is available outside the front of the house, additional space is nearby. Dog friendly – up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome at an additional cost of £25 per dog per week. A cot and high chair are available at no extra cost.
                Cottage
                2br Cottage
                • Wifi
                Set in the heart of Cromarty and enjoying sea views from the upstairs bedroom, this property makes a magical base to explore the area.. Located just a few steps from the sea, this lovely former fisherman’s cottage has been sympathetically and beautifully renovated to a high standard and is furnished and equipped to ensure as comfortable and relaxing holiday as possible. Tides, one of a pair, is set in the heart of Cromarty’s conservation area, with its cobbled streets, quaint shops and restaurants and lovely Georgian architecture. The village makes the perfect base for exploring this unspoilt and scenic part of the Highlands. Mountain biking, fishing, sea trips and water sports, golf and hill walking are just a few of the many activities this area has to offer. Take a trip to Inverness, the Highland Capital, Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield and Fort George, all within easy reach. Take a walk up the ‘Hundred Steps’ to South Sutor; The Sutors are rocks on either side of the Cromarty Firth once thought to be the abode of two giant shoemakers. This area is steeped in history and culture and once visited, it will remain a beautiful memory. Shop 50 yards and pub 40 yards.. Open-plan living/dining room/kitchen with wood-burning stove, beams and wooden floor. First floor: Double bedroom with 5ft bed. Bathroom with roll-top bath, separate shower cubicle and toilet. Second floor: Double bedroom.. Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter £5 per basket Electricity, full electric central heating, bed linen and towels includedTravel cot and high chair (on request)TV/music systemDVDMicrowaveWasher/dryerFridge/freezerWi-fiOn road parkingWelcome packNo smoking
                Cottage
                2br Cottage
                • Wifi
                Relax and unwind with beautiful views and a stunning setting. Fantastic to do as much or as little as you like.. Sea side location. Lum Hat House, with its own access to foreshore and beach, is a detached holiday property, enjoying an enviable setting on the shore of the Cromarty Firth, with views across the waters to the mountains. From the living room and conservatory you can see a variety of birds and hopefully catch a glimpse of the bottlenose dolphins. Nearby is Udale Bay RSPB reserve with hide. Cromarty itself is close by and is the Highland’s best preserved village, with a lovely beach. The Isle of Skye, Ullapool and Inverness are within easy reach. Activities include sailing, fishing, mountain biking, or relaxing in a lovely quiet area. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.. Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen. Conservatory. 1 twin bedroom. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Spiral open tread stairs to first floor: 1 double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet.. Air source heat pump central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Cot. High chair. Satellite TV. DVD. CD. Microwave. Washing machine. Freezer. Wi-fi.Telephone-incoming calls only. Lawned garden and furniture. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.
                Cottage
                2br Cottage
                • Wifi
                • Parking
                The SpaceThis property offers a comfortable, warm and relaxing lounge with a 2 and 3 seater settee, coffee table, nest of tables, two uplighters, a modern Dimplex electric fire, TV with Freeview, a DVD player with a selection of DVDs and free wifi internet access. There are also a selection of books and games in the bookcase in the front hall plus two detailed information folders. The utility cupboard has a washing machine and tumble drier plus storage shelving with hot water bottles, torch, clothes airer, wash basket and pegs. This is also ideal for storing walking boots and shoes. The bathroom has a bath with an over bath shower (electric), toilet, sink unit and mirrors. The back hall/glassed area offers a relaxing area to sit looking out through onto the furnished patio with patio dining set, two garden loungers and a kettle barbecue also to the back garden with a clothesline. The front garden is chipped and has a wooden garden seat next to the cottage. Fully fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, DAB radio and well-equipped with all crockery, cutlery, glassware, pots & pans, kettle, toaster, cafetiere and a pine table with four cushioned, pine chairs. The upstairs of the property has a double bedroom with king-size bed, bedside tables with lamps & alarm clock, large ash wood wardrobe, matching chest of drawers, relaxing leather tub chair, portable wooden upholstered chair for sitting to dry the hair. Hairdryer on shelf. The small bedroom has adult bunk beds, bedside table with lamp & alarm clock, pine chest of drawers. The heating is electric, total control, which also heats the water. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire property. Interaction with GuestsWe are the booking agent for the owners and can be contacted at our office in Dingwall during the following hours Monday to Friday 9:30 - 17:00 and Saturdays 9:30 - 12:00 prior to your arrival. Prior to your arrival we will email guests a contact number for the property owner or local housekeeper for your use should you require any assistance during your stay. The NeighborhoodCromarty is a quiet peaceful village. The house is situated only a couple of minutes form the seafront where you can see the amazing views of the bay and Sutors. Getting AroundThere is a parking space, 'No2' marked on the wall, as you turn off Church street into the lane of Nicol Terrace. Other Things to NoteAll heating, electricity, bedding, personal hand & bath towels, dishcloths, dishtowels, hand towels and various supplies are included in the price. Supplies include wash powder, dish washing liquid, cleaning liquids, liquid soaps, starter kitchen towel and toilet rolls. A cot is available at no extra cost - blankets not provide, please bring your own. Free Wi-Fi Cromarty has poor mobile phone reception but take the 2 minute walk to the shore and you should get a strong signal.
                Cottage
                4br Cottage
                • Pets Allowed
                • Parking
                The SpaceOn the ground floor you have the open plan lounge/modern fitted kitchen/dining area which has enough seating for eight, TV with Freeview, DVD player, all kitchen accessories that you need and a dining table. There is a utility room with washing machine and a shower room. The first floor has two double bedrooms with fitted mirrored wardrobes and chest of drawers; bathroom with bath and shower. The second floor has two twin bedrooms with bedside cabinets. There is access from the utility room to the enclosed secure graveled area at the back of the cottage which has a round picnic table large enough for eight. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire property. Interaction with GuestsWe are the booking agent for the owners and can be contacted at our office in Dingwall during the following hours Monday to Friday 9:30 - 17:00 and Saturdays 9:30 - 12:00 prior to your arrival. Prior to your arrival we will email guests a contact number for the property owner or local housekeeper for your use should you require any assistance during your stay. The NeighborhoodShops, pubs, cafes and restaurants are all within walking distance as are the all-weather tennis courts set in the park with its selection of slides, frames and keep fit machines, the bowling green, the sandy beaches, dolphin spotting from the shore or sea, and a choice of walks from short circular strolls to long forest trails or coastal hikes. For the amateur geologist there are Hugh Miller’s cottage and house or you can retrace his footsteps to look for fossils on the shore and for the historian there is the Cromarty Courthouse with its many attractions including an animated 18th century court scene and digital audio tour of the village. The Courthouse holds archive material for Cromarty and family history research. Inverness which is only a 30 minutes drive away offers a variety of Day Trips, Coach Tours & Boat Cruises, including the award winning Jacobite Cruise of Loch Ness. There is many local attractions that are easily visited on foot such as the museum and art gallery, Inverness Botanic Gardens, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness leisure centre, with the largest indoor rock climbing facility in the Highlands, pools, gym & health suite, to name but a few. Getting AroundThere is off road parking for two cars beside the cottage. Other Things to NoteAll bed linen, towels and electricity are included in the price. Cooking is by electricity, with oil-fired central heating. The holiday home is stocked with a starter supply of washing up liquid, toilet rolls and other kitchen and bathroom supplies.
                Cottage
                2br Cottage
                • Pets Allowed
                • Parking
                The SpaceThe cosy lounge with wood burning stove (a complimentary basket of logs is supplied), 2 two seat settees, coffee table, TV with Freeview, DVD player with selection of DVD's, books and games, has been furnished and decorated to maintain the character of the building whilst ensuring a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The fully fitted kitchen is well equipped with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, kettle, toaster, plus all the pots and pans, crockery, cutlery and glasses you'll need. Pine table and chairs to seat four, two seat settee and iPod dock unit. The spacious bathroom has a separate double shower, bath, wash basin and WC. The master bedroom is spacious with king size bed, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers and dressing table. The twin room has two single beds and chest of drawers. Other information: The upstairs of the cottage is accessed by a steep staircase and may not suit all guests. There is no garden with the cottage although there is a small gravelled seating area at the front door. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire property. Interaction with GuestsWe are the booking agent for the owners and can be contacted at our office in Dingwall during the following hours Monday to Friday 9:30 - 17:00 and Saturdays 9:30 - 12:00 prior to your arrival. Prior to your arrival we will email guests a contact number for the property owner or local housekeeper for your use should you require any assistance during your stay. The NeighborhoodShops, pubs, cafes and restaurants are all within walking distance as are the all-weather tennis courts set in the park with its selection of slides, frames and keep fit machines, the bowling green, the sandy beaches, dolphin spotting from the shore or sea, and a choice of walks from short circular strolls to long forest trails or coastal hikes. For the amateur geologist there are Hugh Miller’s cottage and house or you can retrace his footsteps to look for fossils on the shore and for the historian there is the Cromarty Courthouse with its many attractions including an animated 18th century court scene and digital audio tour of the village. The Courthouse holds archive material for Cromarty and family history research. Getting AroundThere is parking available on the seashore road (less than 30 yards away). There is no parking available directly outside the cottage. Other Things to NoteOne well behaved dog is welcome at an additional cost of £20 (small or medium sized dogs only please). All bed linen, towels and electricity are included in the price. The holiday home is stocked with a starter supply of washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets, toilet rolls and other kitchen and bathroom supplies. There is free Wi-Fi internet access but no mobile reception at the cottage. Due to Cromarty being in a rural area, mobile phone coverage can be intermittent and dependant on your network carrier. A cot and high chair can be supplied at no extra cost.