Dingwall, Highland, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Dingwall

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
Guest AccessWifi, tv, dvd, hobs, cooker/microwave combi, fully double glazed. Interaction with GuestsOwner nearby for key pickup but respect occupier's privacy. The NeighborhoodGreat access to mountains for walking and 20mins from Inverness.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceHighland Farm Cottages are set on the beautiful Highland farm of Mountgerald. Built in the early 1800s as stone barns and stables this stunning location overlooking the Cromarty Firth and the famous Black Isle has been newly converted to provide luxury self catering accommodation in a rural setting. Each of our seven, five star, cottages has two bedrooms, 42" plasma televisions, unlimited free Wi-Fi, under floor heating, and private garden with patio and garden furniture. With stunning views South across the Cromarty Firth from almost every room, native Highland cattle and sheep lazing in the surrounding fields, it's the perfect place to relax and take in the Highland atmosphere. Guest AccessComplimentary high speed wireless internet, all linens and towels provided, all heating and electricity included, access to Children's play park for under 12s. Interaction with GuestsWe know that you'll want your own space during your stay at Highland Farm Cottages. After all, you've chosen to go on a self catering holiday. You will however be welcomed on arrival by Sandra who lives in one of the farm cottages so she's close at hand should you need her. Don't worry, if you want privacy she'll leave you in peace. Sometimes it's comforting to be able to ask a local so she's there if you need her. Sandra will also have set out your welcome pack of Highland goodies to help you settle in after your journey. The NeighborhoodThe views at Mountgerald are second to none. The traditional Highland Cattle that live here from April until November will give you a welcome reminder of exactly where you are in the world. Getting AroundMultiple flights to Inverness Airport from London, Bristol, Manchester and Birmingham. Trains (including the sleeper) arrive into Inverness and connect to Dingwall. If you need a lift from the the train station just let us know in advance. We have an 8 seat VW Transporter with a great big boot space too.
house
4br house
    This luxury, detached cottage sits in a private, secluded location near Culbokie, sleeping eight people in four bedrooms. Eaglestone House is a stunning, detached cottage set in private, secluded gardens, boasting a private indoor swimming pool, a games room and a tennis court. There are four bedrooms, including two twins, one double and one king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC and dressing room, this cottage can sleep eight people. The cottage also includes a bathroom, a ground floor bathroom boasting a Jacuzzi bath, a kitchen with dining area, utility room, dining room, sitting room with woodburner, games room and a conservatory with swimming pool and comfortable seating area with TV. Outside is off road parking, plus quiet, secluded gardens with a tennis court. Eaglestone House sits in a great location for discovering the spectacular Scottish Highlands, and is the perfect, luxurious base to return to with friends and families after a busy day exploring. Amenities: Oil central heating with woodburner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with FreeSat, DVD, CD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Front and rear lawned gardens with patios, furniture and tennis court. Indoor heated swimming pool. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop, pub and coast 1 mile. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: The small village of Culbokie sits in a pretty location, on the north side of the Black Isle, made up of a mixture nice new houses complementing the traditional, original stone cottages. The village boasts lovely views over the Moray Firth and has one main street with a convenient village shop and a local inn providing hearty pub grub, perfect after a bracing coastal walk. Additional amenities include: game room, cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This luxury, detached cottage sits in a private, secluded location near Culbokie, sleeping eight people in four bedrooms. Eaglestone House is a stunning, detached cottage set in private, secluded gardens, boasting a private indoor swimming pool, a games room and a tennis court. There are four bedrooms, including two twins, one double and one king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC and dressing room, this cottage can sleep eight people. The cottage also includes a bathroom, a ground floor bathroom boasting a Jacuzzi bath, a kitchen with dining area, utility room, dining room, sitting room with woodburner, games room and a conservatory with swimming pool and comfortable seating area with TV. Outside is off road parking, plus quiet, secluded gardens with a tennis court. Eaglestone House sits in a great location for discovering the spectacular Scottish Highlands, and is the perfect, luxurious base to return to with friends and families after a busy day exploring. Amenities: Oil central heating with woodburner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with FreeSat, DVD, CD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Front and rear lawned gardens with patios, furniture and tennis court. Indoor heated swimming pool. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop, pub and coast 1 mile. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: The small village of Culbokie sits in a pretty location, on the north side of the Black Isle, made up of a mixture nice new houses complementing the traditional, original stone cottages. The village boasts lovely views over the Moray Firth and has one main street with a convenient village shop and a local inn providing hearty pub grub, perfect after a bracing coastal walk. Additional amenities include: game room, cooker.
    b&b
    3br b&b
    • Pets Allowed
    Welcome to Abalone Guest House Bed and Breakfast Accommodation Abalone is situated not far from Inverness on the Black Isle just outside Culbokie at Duncanston not far from Dingwall in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. It is ideal for those wishing to spend some quality time in a peaceful rural location while also having access to Inverness for shopping, Our visitors can visit the North, South, East and West Highlands either by car or with your own air craft from our own Airfield know as Culbokie Airfield, which is suitable for Microlights and Para-gliders. We offer our guests superb five star bed and breakfast / guest house accommodation in luxurious surroundings, all are welcome including children and well behaved pets. In the local area there are many attractions such as: Black Isle Brewery, The Black Isle Wild Life park, Black Isle Agriculture Show held annually in August, Inverness for shopping, The World Highland Games Heavy Championships at Bught Park Arena Inverness, European Pipe Bank Championships at Bught Park Arena Inverness, Culloden Battlefield, Aviemore Ski Centre, Lock Ness, Glenmorangie Whiskey Distillery, Glen Ord Distillery, Tomatin Distillery, Horse Riding at Kessock and Fortrose, Quad Biking, Paint Ball centre, Cromarty Court House, Cycling Tracks to Fortrose and on to Cromarty and around the Black Isle, Forest Walks in and around Culbokie, Fyrish Hill Monument Easter Ross, Golfing at Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club, Alness Golf Club, Invergordon Golf Club, Muir of Ord Golf Club, Strathpeffer Golf Club, Tain Golf Club, Fairways Driving Range and Inverness Golf Club. These are but a few of the many attraction which can be accessed from Abalone at Croft Feach. We want our guests to come and enjoy the beauty of the Highlands, to feel at home in our home and to enjoy the surrounding area. To rest and relax, enjoy home cooked food prepared fresh, to chill out and remember your visit to us with fondness. For the children we want them to play to their hearts content while enjoying the freedom and beauty of our large play area and to go home wanting to return for their next vacation. Come and experience a friendly atmosphere where good food and hospitality awaits the intrepid traveller. We look forward to seeing you soon. Supplement will apply for single occupancy, all prices include Full Breakfast Abalone at Croft Feach is a large modern property in a rural area set its own grounds of 48 acres on the beautiful Black Isle, it enjoys spectacular uninterrupted views south towards Strathconon , west across the Cromarty Firth towards Ben Wyvis and north towards the Fyrish monument. Croft Feach is a very beautiful family home, which is bright, spacious, quiet and welcoming. Our guests have the opportunity to enjoy our very large lounge where there is a wood burning stove and large TV with Sky, if however you wish to enjoy a leisurely game of chess or play cards all are provided, if none of these appeal to you just sit back and enjoy the wonderful view from the comfort of our lounge. On the patio our visitors can sit and enjoying the wonderful view.
    villa
    Nice
    3 reviews
    4br villa
      The ambience of the house is matched by its stunning location in an elevated position amidst the fertile farmland of the Black Isle peninsula bounded by the picturesque Moray and Cromarty Firths where the resident dolphins can often be seen at play. There are magnificent views over the water to Ben Wyvis and the distant mountains of Easter Ross.The house is extremely spacious, each room is tastefully and stylishly decorated and very comfortably furnished with many exquisite personal touches. All rooms are on ground level except for one twin bedroom and a bathroom. Strictly no more than 2 children including babies. Despite its name, the Black Isle is not an island, but a peninsula, surrounded on three sides by water. Visitors to the area should definitely visit the ruins of castles on the Black Isle especially those of Castlecraig, Redcastle, and Kilcoy Castle. Cromarty House stands on the site of former Cromarty Castle and is built in part from its reclaimed stone and timbers. Kinkell Castle had been recently restored. Former castles of the Black Isle for which there are no physical remains include Castle Chanonry of Ross and a mound indicating the former site of Ormond Castle. Culbokie is located to the east. The village has grown significantly in the last few years, with new houses being built to take advantage of the beautiful views across the firth. To the east of the village is Findon burn, which has a wooded gorge reputed to have been the home of a fairy who lured local men to the glen and kept them there. Fantastic location with wonderful views indoor heated swimming pool ideal for a relaxing holiday, designed and constructed to the highest standard, this very elegant, individual property incorporates many exclusive and luxurious features. Eaglestone is a perfect choice for discerning families or groups of friends.
      cottage
      2br cottage
        Luxury Accommodation at Walnut Cottage Originally the western end of a stone built Highland Steading (Scottish word for barn), built in the early 1800s. The walls in this cottage are two feet thick and have been keeping the Scottish weather at bay for around 200 years. Walnut Cottage is named after the six walnut trees planted only fifty yards away. The walnuts from these trees were originally used for dying clothes long before modern dyes were available. This Steading was built by Major Colin Mackenzie and was converted by the current owners Kenneth and Lesley Mackenzie in 2009/10. Originally used as a grain and wool store the accommodation available upstairs now includes two double bedrooms. Both have en-suite bathrooms and the master bedroom boasts a balcony looking west with stunning views to the mountains of Kintail and the towns of Dingwall and Strathpeffer. Downstairs offers heated floors throughout, another family shower room with W.C, a well equipped kitchen with granite worktops, a spacious lounge with 42” plasma television, blu-ray DVD player, ipod dock, free wi-fi, solid oak flooring and luxurious leather sofas. Outside Walnut Cottage is the original courtyard with parking available to the main door. There is a patio which is accessed through patio doors from the lounge and is the perfect place to relax and take in a beautiful highland sunset. From April until October in the field immediately adjacent three Highland cattle known as ‘The Mountgerald Highlanders’ roam freely and are very fond of having their photographs taken. We have tried to make Chestnut Cottage child friendly, providing a travel cot, stair gate, and high chair. There is a children’s play park available on the flat grass area just down hill from Walnut cottage which includes swings, slide, picnic table, monkey bars and a tower. Dogs are welcome but as we are on a working farm they must be on a lead at all times when outside the cottage. We respectfully ask that they are only allowed only downstairs and not on the carpets on or upstairs. We are pleased to offer dog bowls/blankets etc on request. Highland Farm Cottages sit in the heart of the Scottish Highlands on the beautiful farm of Mountgerald. We are only 1 mile from the market town of Dingwall, the birth place of Macbeth and the capital of Scotland to The Vikings. We are 20 minutes from the city of Inverness. There are walks, golf courses, and mountain bike trails. You will find the finest rivers for fishing, magnificent moors for shooting and wonderful distilleries producing the finest whiskies all within 30 mins of your front door. The weather here is renowned as being dryer and warmer than most other parts of Scotland. As the majority of our weather comes from the West we are fortunate to be protected by a mountain range leaving us with a dryer, warmer climate. This combined with long summer days makes us a very popular holiday destination. Luxury Accommodation at Walnut Cottage Originally the western end of a stone built Highland Steading (Scottish word for barn), built in the early 1800s. The walls in this cottage are two feet thick and have been keeping the Scottish weather at bay for around 200 years. Walnut Cottage is named after the six walnut trees planted only fifty yards away. The walnuts from these trees were originally used for dying clothes long before modern dyes were available. This Steading was built by Major Colin Mackenzie and was converted by the current owners Kenneth and Lesley Mackenzie in 2009/10. Originally used as a grain and wool store the accommodation available upstairs now includes two double bedrooms. Both have en-suite bathrooms and the master bedroom boasts a balcony looking west with stunning views to the mountains of Kintail and the towns of Dingwall and Strathpeffer. Downstairs offers heated floors throughout, another family shower room with W.C, a well equipped kitchen with granite worktops, a spacious lounge with 42” plasma television, blu-ray DVD player, ipod dock, free wi-fi, solid oak flooring and luxurious leather sofas. Outside Walnut Cottage is the original courtyard with parking available to the main door. There is a patio which is accessed through patio doors from the lounge and is the perfect place to relax and take in a beautiful highland sunset. From April until October in the field immediately adjacent three Highland cattle known as ‘The Mountgerald Highlanders’ roam freely and are very fond of having their photographs taken. We have tried to make Chestnut Cottage child friendly, providing a travel cot, stair gate, and high chair. There is a children’s play park available on the flat grass area just down hill from Walnut cottage which includes swings, slide, picnic table, monkey bars and a tower. Dogs are welcome but as we are on a working farm they must be on a lead at all times when outside the cottage. We respectfully ask that they are only allowed only downstairs and not on the carpets on or upstairs. We are pleased to offer dog bowls/blankets etc on request.
        cottage
        3br cottage
          Honeysuckle Cottage is a traditional Highland cottage dating from 1730.........but with the benefit of free wi-fi! Set in a peaceful semi rural location 2 miles from local amenities. This is the perfect spot to explore the whole of the Northern Highlands: 20 minutes NW of Inverness, and halfway between Dingwall and Strathpeffer. A walker's paradise, as well as being a great central base for day or half day trips in the car. Many guests decide to make a full day trip to Orkney from here, as well as taking the opportunity to travel on the Dingwall - Kyle of Lochalsh railway line (one of the world's most beautiful train journeys.) There is plenty to fill a one or two week stay, whether you decide to simply stay in the local area, or venture further afield and enjoy the feeling of coming 'home' at the end of each day. Christmas and New Year same price as summer months, plus ÂŁ50 Fodderty Lodge, a peaceful and welcoming base from which to explore the NorthernHighlands: Inverness, Loch Ness , the Northern and Western coastlines are all within reach. Three comfortable cottages (sleeping 2,4 and 6 and graded 3 and 4 star) set in breathtaking scenery. For walkers, the Ross-shire Pathway network passes the front gate. The golfer has a wide choice of excellent courses including Royal Dornoch, Strathpeffer, Fortrose and Nairn. The wide range of Highland flora and fauna offer many opportunities for the nature lover, from dolphin sightings to birdwatching (red kites and buzzards are seen daily from the garden!) Two miles from both Dingwall and the lovely Victorian Spa village of Strathpeffer. Strathpeffer Pavilion, a multi-purpose arts venue, refurbished in 2004 attracts many 'big names'. Highland Museum of Childhood.
          barn
          Excellent
          8 reviews
          2br barn
            Light and spacious converted barn dating from 1730........ but with the benefit of free wi-fi! Set in a peaceful semi rural location 2 miles from local amenities. This is the perfect spot to explore the whole of the Northern Highlands: 20 minutes NW of Inverness, and halfway between Dingwall and Strathpeffer. A walker's and golfer's paradise, as well as being a great central base for day or half day trips in the car. Many guests decide to make a full day trip to Orkney from here, as well as taking the opportunity to travel on the Dingwall - Kyle of Lochalsh railway line (one of the world's most beautiful train journeys.) There is plenty to fill a one or two week stay, whether you decide to simply stay in the local area, or venture further afield and enjoy the feeling of coming 'home' at the end of each day. Christmas and New year charged same as for summer, but minus electricity. A warm and friendly welcome with as much help and guidance as you wish. A clean and well organised haven for you to come home to each evening after you have been exploring. Bird watching from the garden.....red kites seen daily. Historical, quiet and authentic.
            apt. / condo
            Excellent
            5 reviews
            2br apt. / condo
              Newly refurbished apartment on two floors, set in the old part of this historic market town. The apartment includes large kitchen,dining,lounge area. There are two bedrooms with two single in each, There are two shower rooms. The kitchen includes hob,oven,fridge freezer,microwave and dishwasher. There is a utility area with washing machine,tumble dryer and drying area. Close to all local amenities.
              Bedroom
              Bedroom
              • Pets Allowed
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceQuiet pretty location. Guest AccessAccess to shared bathroom (2) and kitchen and dining area and garden area. The NeighborhoodBased in the Black Isle with coastal shores, small villages, museums. Good hill walking and forest walks. Getting AroundClose to Inverness and Dingwall. Bus service limited. Car desirable.
              Home/Apartment
              Good
              7 reviews
              3br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceIn a very central location only 3 miles from main A9 road. Ideal for sightseeing in the Highlands.
              Home/Apartment
              1br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              Guest AccessYour lodge is yours and yours alone! We will be there for your arrival and will be on hand if you need anything but we have found that most guests would like to have their own private space during their holiday. Interaction with GuestsWe're never far away. Either by phone, text or the superb Airbnb app, we're about to help if you need us. The NeighborhoodWe have amounts the best views in the Scottish Highlands and although we are close to all the action we're far enough away to have total peace. Getting AroundWe recommend a car which can be parked at the door or we can collect you from the train station/airport (subject to availability).
              Bedroom
              Excellent
              74 reviews
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              • Gym
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceLarge bright and airy double room with en suite. separate from main house with own entrance leading into lobby with fridge, kettle and toaster. Guest Accessguests are welcome to use the two acres of surrounding garden and field. courtyard with sitting area. no access to main house due to the two resident dogs sleeping in the day!!.. plenty of room in our outbuilding to store or dry outside equipment if required. Interaction with GuestsWe both work but will happily chat when home although the room is totally separate from main house if you are looking to chill out... Arrival time before 8pm. Later check ins can be arranged in advance by exception. The NeighborhoodLocated on the beautiful Black Isle just a 20 min drive north of Inverness. We are ideally situated for trips to Skye or starting and finishing the west coast 500. Seconds from the house are miles of walking/cycling woodland paths. We are close to many areas of outstanding beauty, munro's, beaches and wildlife. A few of the places close by Ben Wyvies munro 40mins -climb to the top for stunning views. Cromerty 20mins -for dolphin trips and great pizza. Fortrose 15mins- beach and dolphin spotting from the shore. Ullapool 40mins- lovely harbour town with stunning beaches close by. Applecross 2 hours- amazing views across to the island of skye and tasty local fish to eat. The local pub serves great food and on the tap black isle beer, short drive away or a good stagger home! Getting AroundWe are 30 mins from the airport. local public transport is limited and we would suggest a car. There is lots of great pubs and resturants a short drive . 7 miles north of Inverness you will find the tore roundabout A832 and A835 intersect here, continue north on the A9 for 3 miles. At this point you will see a sign for culbokie and a right hand turn. Take this and then the second right after this, signposted for knockbain. After this travel up the hill via a windy road for 1.4 miles. You will pass a sign for an airfield and B&B on your RHS and then your LHS, do not take this road, keep right and continue up hill, when you see a painted sign for eagle stone and some bins on your left hand side you have reached our drive. Turn left and continue straight towards wooden gate with Greenbrae on it. We look forward to seeing you soon ! Other Things to NoteBreakfast will be fresh bread, butter, jam, cereal and tea/coffee available in the lobby area of the room.
              Hotel
              4-star Hotel
              Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Glen Ord Distillery, Muir of Ord Golf Club, and Beauly Priory. Caledonian Stadium and Upper Pump Room are also within 12 mi (20 km).
              Chalet
              Good
              140 reviews
              1br Chalet
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceSet in the beautiful Highlands and situated on the Black Isle - you will have close access to the city of Inverness (15minutes drive away) or a host of Munro's and other beautiful walks on your doorstep. If you are less keen on travelling too far then you could also do some dolphin spotting (10mins away) or visit the local brewery for a tour or indeed the whisky distillery if you require something stronger! ***The chalet is situated in our spacious garden and we only have one - so you should not get confused with our neighbouring business 'Kilcoy Chalets' which are a group of 5 identical chalets nestled into the same patch of turf.*** Guest AccessThe chalet is the perfect place to relax - no wifi available, but phone signal isn't too bad and you'll get enough 'G' signal to get the odd email if you're lucky! But you won't need these as there is fresh air in abundance! There are no kitchen facilities in the chalet ( just a toaster and a kettle), but there are plenty fine takeaways, restaurants and some fine Gastropubs to sink your teeth into and when you just want to do your own thing then you could grab a your favourites from the supermarket and lie in bed and watch some DVDs instead! ***The chalet is situated in our garden and we only run one chalet so you are more than welcome to relax in our garden if you would like to and we are the only other people you should expect to meet there!*** Interaction with GuestsWe do love to meet friendly people who stay at our chalet, but having just had our 2nd child in less than 2 years we are extremely busy looking after them and unfortunately the evening is a quick succession of "tea time, bath time, story time and then bedtime" and my husband can work shifts in the evening meaning we might not be able to dedicate our time to greeting you as we would like to, but we will endeavour to show you in and about and give advice on the local area as much as possible. :) Getting AroundThere is a bus stop at the top of the road about 300 yards away which offers transport both to the city of Inverness and routes West. We'd definitely recommend this as an easier stay for people with their own transport as you will simply have more freedom - saying that we have been surprised how much our guests have been and done on foot and through the local transport system! Other Things to NotePlease please please - do read the directions on how to get here, try to read the blurb about how to get settled in if we are not available and finally try not to get us mixed up with our next door neighbours (Kilcoy BnB + Kilcoy Chalets) we are directly in the middle. We are between the Kilcoy chalets and the Kilcoy kindergarten and currently the best things to look for is we have 2 small signs saying 'Gilead' at the top of the drive (not easy to spot) or check for our vehicles in the driveway which are a red Peugeot 3008 and a white van with 'Conanvet' plastered on 3 sides! We also have a horse box sat next to our greenhouse which no other house on the Kilcoy road has!
              Bedroom
              Bedroom
              • Pets Allowed
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceTHE SHEPHERD'S HUT: The Shepherd's Hut at Knockbain is a traditional style shepherd hut situated at the bottom of our garden, beside the pond and in amongst the wild flowers. The hut has a sturdy steel frame and heavy duty traditional cast wheels. It is well-insulated and has an efficient little wood stove for chillier evenings. At 12 foot long and 7 foot wide the hut is compact but well organised to make the most of the available space! The Shepherd's Hut is the perfect romantic hideaway but we are also especially well located for those on their way to or from the west coast, the Land's End to John o' Groats cycle route and the newly established North Coast 500. PLEASE NOTE - this listing is NOT SUITABLE for SELF-CATERING. INSIDE: Inside the hut guests will find a comfortable double bed with crisp white linen and electric blanket, a small wood stove, kettle, toaster and hairdryer. There is no wifi but 3G is available for most networks. SHOWER ROOM FACILITIES: Guests will have exclusive use of the toilet and shower room which is to be found around 30 m away from the hut, in the entrance of our house. Access is available at all times. Towels and soaps are provided in the bathroom and washing and drying facilities can be found there too. LOCAL AREA: The area has a selection of eateries and more formal restaurants. The usual amenities such as a Hospital, Doctors' Surgery, Chemist, Bank, Supermarket, Leisure Centre and Petrol Station are all to be found in Dingwall (1 mile). During your stay, if you find you need something, just ask us - whether it's a forgotten toothbrush, the use of a computer for holiday planning, restaurant recommendations and bookings, ideas of places to visit, we're only too happy to help. Guest AccessSHOWER ROOM FACILITIES: Our private Shepherd Hut has exclusive use of the shower room in the entrance hall of our house. GARDEN: Guests may make use of the garden to the front of the house as they wish. SURROUNDING AREA: Guests are warmly encouraged to enjoy walking on the farm. Interaction with GuestsON ARRIVAL: Guests will be met on arrival and shown the facilities. BREAKFAST: Cereals and tea and coffee making facilities are to be found in the hut. A breakfast tray of fresh breads, home made jams, milk, juice, and fruit will be available to collect from the house in the morning. Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements. The NeighborhoodThe Shepherd's Hut at Knockbain is on a busy working farm above Dingwall in the Scottish Highlands. This may mean that tractors and other vehicles are moving about the farm from early morning until evening, especially at busy points during the farming calendar. The hut has stunning views across farmland, down the Cromarty Firth and of Dingwall itself. 25 minutes drive south will see you in the busy city of Inverness. An hour's drive to the west will give you access to some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery. Getting AroundDingwall has a train station with good connections to Inverness, the North and the West. The Hut is approximately 2 miles from the station, one of which is uphill! If you choose to travel by train we can arrange to pick you up. Due to our work commitments we may be unable to give you a lift back to the station on departure. We will, however, help you arrange a taxi, should you wish. Prior notice should be given in this case. Other Things to NoteDOGS: Guests are welcome to bring their dogs, although you are politely requested not to allow them on the bed. Our garden is not secure so please ask if you'd like to borrow a stake and long lead for ensuring your dog's safety. We have most of the accessories your dog may need, just ask if there is something you find you have forgotten.
              Home/Apartment
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              Guest AccessThe rates include service charges. Free WiFi. Household linen included: towels, sheets, duvets, pillows, kitchen towels. IMPORTANT - the apartment must be left clean and tidy as you find it on arrival. Check-in 15.00h and check-out 11.00h - please let us know if you need any other arrangement. In the unlikely event of any damages, we will require these to be paid for at the time of departure. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you on arrival to show you the accommodation and provide you with some local information. We will be available by 'phone or in person during the period of your stay if you require any assistance or information. We will see you at the end of your stay when you return the keys. Getting AroundFrom our apartment you can easily get to places like Ullapool, Gairloch and Plockton on the west coast within an hours drive. Equally there is easy access to places like Dornoch, Golspie, Wick, Thurso and John o'Groats on the east coast. Both these destinations by car but there is also a local train service from Dingwall which calls at all those locations. The train station is just a few minutes walk from the apartment. There is also a bus and train service to Inverness, with links to Inverness Airport and destinations beyond.
              Bedroom
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              • Breakfast
              • Parking
              The SpaceTop quality bedroom with either twin or double bed and generous bathroom. TV with 50+ Freeview channels. Tee, coffee, hairdryer, etc. Each room has its own direct access outside. Each morning guests can choose from either a the classic Scottish breakfast or a continental buffet including freshly baked bread and Claudia's own Swiss muesli Guest AccessGuests have access to their room and the breakfast room. Each room has its own sitting area with bench and table directly outside the room. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help our guests create a holiday program for their stay with us including daily tours. Help in Hiring sporting equipment, reserving of golf tee times or directions to any of the many tourist attractions are no problem. We are ideal as a base for walking or cycling holidays. The NeighborhoodThere are several very good restaurants including those offering pub food, Indian, Chinese or gourmet to name but a few. Lochussie and the Tollie Red Kites are right on the doorstep as are Dingwall and the spa town of Strathpeffer. Inverness' vibrant nightlife and cultural offers lies just a 15 minute car drive away. Getting AroundFor those without a car there is the railway station and bus available at Dingwall 2 miles away. Other Things to NoteWe are specialist at organising golfing holidays and our qualified PGA Professional will happily organise tee times or instruction.
              cottage
              Excellent
              2 reviews
              3br cottage
                Black Isle Cottage with Red Kites flying by, offers something for all the family, golfers haven, ideal for mountain bikers, hikers/walkers dream also ideal for bird watchers, 5 miles from Tollie Brahan where Red Kites are feed daily. The property has a very large family kitchen, lounge with wood burning stove, conservatory, downstairs double bedroom, downstairs bathroom with bath plus walk-in shower, utility room and second toilet/cloakroom. Upstairs there is two twin bedrooms. Lockable shed is also available to store any out door equipment ie skiis, kayaks, bikes, golf clubs etc, with a half acre of fully fenced garden and patio area offer safe playing area for children. The market town of Dingwall is 4 miles away and Inverness is 11 miles offering easy commuting from airport, trains, buses, shops, entertainment, the Black Isle offers many beautiful local restaurants offering local produce. Only 8 miles from the Victorian Village of Strathpeffer which is known for its SPA water and Pavillion. There is a ÂŁ100 Refundable Good Housekeeping Deposit If payment method is Paypal then a 4% additional charge applies If Sofa Bed is used to accommodate larger party then ÂŁ100 extra is chargeable There are 7 Golf Courses with in an hour drive from the cottage, dolphin watching at Fortrose, mountain biking and walking, horse riding above Loch Ness, sail Loch Ness with Jacobite Cruises or visit some of our numerous Castles or enjoy a day trip to one of the Islands Located in the Black Isle 11 miles from Inverness, 4 miles from Dingwall this renovated country cottage offers a place to relax and enjoy the countryside, 6 golf courses within twenty miles, also beautiful country walk and mountain bike tracks offers something for all Enjoy the magnificent views of the Ben Wyvis while the Red Kites hover overhead and the surrounding fields
                apt. / condo
                1br apt. / condo
                  Located in the small hamlet of Easter Kinkell, this one bedroom converted loft apartment accommodates up to two guests and is ideal for holidaymakers and business users. Overlooking the Moray Firth and the iconic Ben Wyvis, Easter Kinkell is perfect for those seeking a quiet location in which to relax. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and watch local wildlife and birdlife from the elevated balcony. As the apartment is a loft conversion on an outbuilding adjacent to the owners’ house you will be undisturbed by any neighbours. Not far from Easter Kinkell you’ll find shops, banks, a post office and eateries in the towns of Conon Bridge and Dingwall, a vibrant town with history dating back to the 10th century. Inverness, with its shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, leisure amenities and transport links, is a 15 minute drive away. Attractions around the Inverness area include Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Culloden Battlefield, dolphin watching and distilleries, and the Cairngorms National Park lies to the south of Inverness. Maple Cottage Apartment is also ideally located for exploring the Black Isle and the wider Highlands, and discovering the history and majestic scenery on offer in the north and west. Additional amenities include: black isle, inverness, sorry no dogs, cyclists welcome, short breaks available. Located in the small hamlet of Easter Kinkell, this one bedroom converted loft apartment accommodates up to two guests and is ideal for holidaymakers and business users. Overlooking the Moray Firth and the iconic Ben Wyvis, Easter Kinkell is perfect for those seeking a quiet location in which to relax. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and watch local wildlife and birdlife from the elevated balcony. As the apartment is a loft conversion on an outbuilding adjacent to the owners’ house you will be undisturbed by any neighbours. Not far from Easter Kinkell you’ll find shops, banks, a post office and eateries in the towns of Conon Bridge and Dingwall, a vibrant town with history dating back to the 10th century. Inverness, with its shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, leisure amenities and transport links, is a 15 minute drive away. Attractions around the Inverness area include Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Culloden Battlefield, dolphin watching and distilleries, and the Cairngorms National Park lies to the south of Inverness. Maple Cottage Apartment is also ideally located for exploring the Black Isle and the wider Highlands, and discovering the history and majestic scenery on offer in the north and west. Additional amenities include: black isle, inverness, sorry no dogs, cyclists welcome, short breaks available.
                  hotel
                  14 reviews
                  hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Tornapress is a great choice for a stay in Dingwall. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 8:30 AM.
                  hotel
                  14 reviews
                  hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Tornapress is a great choice for a stay in Dingwall. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 8:30 AM.
                  hotel
                  10br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Dingwall, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Upper Pump Room, Muir of Ord Golf Club, and Glen Ord Distillery. Beauly Priory and Caledonian Stadium are also within 12 mi (20 km).
                  hotel
                  Good
                  55 reviews
                  9br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Glen Ord Distillery, Muir of Ord Golf Club, and Beauly Priory. Upper Pump Room and Caledonian Stadium are also within 12 mi (20 km).
                  hotel
                  Poor
                  70 reviews
                  12br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Located in Conon Bridge, this inn is within 9 mi (15 km) of Muir of Ord Golf Club, Glen Ord Distillery, and Beauly Priory. Upper Pump Room and Moniack Castle are also within 12 mi (20 km).
                  hotel
                  Poor
                  145 reviews
                  20br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Dingwall, this eco-friendly hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Upper Pump Room, Muir of Ord Golf Club, and Glen Ord Distillery. Beauly Priory is 9.7 mi (15.6 km) away.
                  house
                  Excellent
                  1 review
                  1br house
                    Gowanfield is a family run bed and breakfast situated in the heart of dingwall, opposite the train station and a stones throw away from local shops and restaurants. For a welcome stopover whilst journeying north, or a home from home to relax in whilst enjoying the surrounding area. full cooked breakfast with locally sourced produce.