Evanton, Highland, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Evanton

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The SpaceI have 3 bedrooms to rent out, all doubles and all with plenty of space. The house is kept very warm so need to worry about the cooler Scottish nights! Guest AccessGuests have access to the kitchen, and will share a bathroom (bath and shower) which is for guests only. Interaction with GuestsI work full time so will be out of the house during day, but you can always as me for any information you would like to know about the are and I can try to help! The NeighborhoodEvanton is a perfect jumping off point for those who want a peaceful location close to good amenities and within easy reach of the main hotspots of the Highlands. Inverness is only a 20 minute drive away, with all the restaurants, nightlife, shopping and facilities you might need. The village itself is a sleepy place with one pub and a local shop. There are several beautiful walks you can head out on from the house, to the beach or the woods or the hills around. Getting AroundYour own transport is definitely advised for exploring this area. It is rural with buses running only once an hour from the village. Other Things to NoteGuests are allowed to use the kitchen up until 10pm at night time. As I have had a power shower installed which can be noisy I would appreciate it if guests did not use the shower after 11pm so that other guests are not disturbed. This is a non smoking household
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Bedroom
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The SpaceI have 3 bedrooms to rent out, all doubles and all with plenty of space. The house is kept very warm so need to worry about the cooler Scottish nights! Guest AccessGuests will share a bathroom (bath and shower) Interaction with GuestsI work full time so will be out of the house during day, but you can always as me for any information you would like to know about the are and I can try to help! The NeighborhoodEvanton is a perfect jumping off point for those who want a peaceful location close to good amenities and within easy reach of the main hotspots of the Highlands. Inverness is only a 20 minute drive away, with all the restaurants, nightlife, shopping and facilities you might need. The village itself is a sleepy place with one pub and a local shop. There are several beautiful walks you can head out on from the house, to the beach or the woods or the hills around. Getting AroundYour own transport is definitely advised for exploring this area. It is rural with buses running only once an hour from the village
Bedroom
Bedroom
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The SpaceI have 3 bedrooms to rent out, all doubles and all with plenty of space. The house is kept very warm so need to worry about the cooler Scottish nights! Guest AccessGuests have access to the kitchen, and will share a bathroom (bath and shower) which is for guests only. Interaction with GuestsI work full time so will be out of the house during day, but you can always as me for any information you would like to know about the are and I can try to help! The NeighborhoodEvanton is a perfect jumping off point for those who want a peaceful location close to good amenities and within easy reach of the main hotspots of the Highlands. Inverness is only a 20 minute drive away, with all the restaurants, nightlife, shopping and facilities you might need. The village itself is a sleepy place with one pub and a local shop. There are several beautiful walks you can head out on from the house, to the beach or the woods or the hills around. Getting AroundYour own transport is definitely advised for exploring this area. It is rural with buses running only once an hour from the village. Other Things to NoteAs I work during the day check in is after 6.30 pm
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2br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceDrumarbin is a modern, detached, 5 bedroom house in the picturesque village of Evanton set in a large, self contained garden with fantastic views of the Cromarty Firth. Whilst giving you the very best of Scotland's scenic beauty we are only 15 minutes from Inverness. The market towns of Dingwall and Alness are only 3 miles away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily. The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen leads through to the dining room. There is satellite TV, WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The sun lounge/playroom has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With five good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks.ì Guest AccessFull use of the house and garden. Interaction with GuestsWe currently work abroad so sadly do not actually meet our guests. Diane our housekeeper will arrange to meet you on your arrival or the next day just to make sure you are settled in. The NeighborhoodHaving been abroad for 7 years we now appreciate what we took for granted when we stayed in Drumarbin. The slower pace of village life and the peace and quiet is amazing. The scenery is fantastic all so close to hand. Visiting small nearby villages and finding a great gift shop or home bakery is always fun. Getting AroundThere are regular buses from Evanton but we would recommend a car. There us a coop store as you enter Evanton, ideal for stocking up on goods. Other Things to NoteWE DO NOT ACCEPT STUDENTS NO SMOKING IN HOUSE NO PARTIES
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7br house
    Stay in a stunning Georgian mansion house surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Highlands. Assynt House has seven en-suite bedrooms sleeping 14 plus cots/fold-away beds for young children. Guests are offerd the flexible choice of self-catering with the luxury of a daily housekeeper as well as part or fully catered stay, enjoying hassle-free evenings or special occasions when your hosts take care of the cooking!. Assynt House dates back to the 1700's, retaining many original features and is unique in providing many of the luxuries of a hotel with the relaxed informal atmosphere of a holiday home, decorated in a classic style complimented by both modern and antique finishing's. Owners, Graham & Elizabeth Waugh are committed to providing the very best experience for their guests, Elizabeth is always at the end of the phone or email to help with arrangements for activities or events, booking Dolphin watching boat trips, river or sea fishing, helping plan walks and arranging beauty therapists to come to the house for treatments, helping arrange the weddings they hold at the house each year and advising guests on day trips and sights not to miss! Graham cooks guests anything from one-pot casseroles to lavish dinners using food sourced locally. prices include VAT at the current rate Assynt House is onlu 20 miles north of Inverness and 30 minutes drive from Inverness airport. 2 miles from the Village of Evanton in the Ross-shire countryside, the house is perfectly located to explore the northern Highlands.
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    6br house
      Drumarbin is a modern, detached, 5 bedroom house in the picturesque village of Evanton set in a large, self contained garden with fantastic views of the Cromarty Firth. Whilst giving you the very best of Scotland's scenic beauty we are only 15 minutes from Inverness. The market town of Dingwall is only 3 miles away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily.The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen leads through to the dining room. There is satellite TV and WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The sun room has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden with 2 single futons. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks. We are in a fantastic village location which has great, undisturbed views of the Cromarty Firth. There is a huge amount to do with numerous castles, golf courses and whisky distilleries in easy reach. There are a number of scenic walks and points of natural interest to visit. The various villages and towns nearby are all interesting to visit and walk around. Inverness is close at hand for shopping. Whatever you are looking for let us know and we will make sure you have all the relevant information we can provide. Drumarbin has secure parking for vehicles, we are also close to bus and train routes.
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      7br house
        Ross-shire Hall is a luxury holiday home nestled in the Ross-shire countryside and provides luxury en-suite accommodation for up to 14 guests in the Highlands of Scotland. The property offers guests the flexible choice of self-catering with the luxury of a daily housekeeper, as well as a part or fully catered stay for guests who wish to enjoy hassle-free evenings or special occasion cooking. The house dates back to the 1700s, retaining many original features, and it is unique in providing many of the luxuries of a hotel with the relaxed informal atmosphere of a holiday home. It is decorated in a classic style complimented by both modern and antique furnishings. Ross-shire Hall makes a fabulously unique venue for any holiday or special occasion. Additional amenities include: ideal for kids, lots to see: outstanding landscapes, stag/hen parties allowed, ideal for celebrations / party house, indoor games, walkable village/town, high chair(s), gated/fenced grounds, cot(s), caretaker/owner lives on site, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, ideal for teens, heating, wi-fi/internet access, lots to visit: tourist towns & villages, rural location, golf course nearby, stalking/hunting, all bedrooms en-suite, walking/hiking paths, ideal for babies & toddlers, fishing, coastal, toys, walkable pub/restaurant. Ross-shire Hall is situated only 30 minutes north of Inverness, just outside the small village of Evanton, Ross-shire. The house is nestled among woodlands and peaceful farmland within easy reach of Inverness-shire, Sutherland, Ross-shire and the Black Isle. For salmon and trout Fishing or guided fly fishing excursions, the owners recommend local fishing professionals TroutQuest. Enjoy guided excursions to fish for salmon on the River Alness or brown trout on one of the many beautiful lochs in the area. TroutQuest has access to prime salmon and sea trout fishing on the private beats of the River Alness and can offer house guests weekly or day permits subject to availability. For guests who are not familiar with fishing, fly fishing instruction is available on a private stocked lochan on the nearby Novar Estate. The owners can also arrange for private beats on the River Alness, where TroutQuest will be delighted to teach any group. Many of the top golf courses in the north of Scotland are within a forty mile radius of the house. Go north and admire the stunning views of Brora, Golspie and Tain all of which are pay and play courses. Guests can also play the highest regarded course in the area, Royal Dornoch, with stunning views over the Dornoch Firth. It was recently rated in the top fifteen courses in the world. Head south towards Inverness and choose from Fortrose & Rosemarkie, Nairn, the Walker Cup venue in 1999, and Nairn Dunbar, a highly rated championship links course. These options offer some of the best golfing land in the area. Take a boat trip out in the Moray Firth and go dolphin watching and see some wildlife up close, including seals and red kites. There is also a sunset boat trip with wine and BBQ for a party available. Guests can also walk out to Chanantry Point to spot bottlenose dolphins at the turn of the tide. Whether a day of grouse, pheasant or clay-pigeon shooting, or a full week of stalking on some of the Highlands best estates, the owners can arrange hunting trips for guests with qualified professionals. Explore the local area to its fullest and enjoy the great outdoors by taking either a short local walk or a guided walk, where guests will be joined by a professional who can show them some hidden treasures and tell them more about the area which surrounding. The house staff can also meet guests with a picnic lunch halfway to give them a chance to re-charge. Mountain biking is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, and there are some fantastic places to cycle just on the doorstep. Guests looking for a quieter cycle in some beautiful scenery or a more demanding and muddy off-road experience can borrow bikes from the house or have specialist instructors point them in the right direction. Inverness is easily accessible by rail, as are the nearest towns: Alness and Dingwall. There are also overnight train services on the Caledonian Sleeper direct from London Euston to Inverness.
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        5br house
          The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen which leads through to the dining room. There is satellite TV, WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The sun lounge/playroom has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en-suite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area.There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily. We have a large patio area for eating outside and enjoying the view. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks.To ensure your holiday is memorable we will provide you tailored information for your area of interest golf, distilleries, wild life, castles, walking etc, just let us know. The market town of Dingwall is only 3 miles away and Alness is a similar distance away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily. We can accept payments by cheque or bank transfer in GBP or Euros. Payment in PayPal is also accepted. Evanton is a great base for exploring the Highland going North, South or West. However without going too far afield there is the Fyrish monument to visit, the Black Rock Gorge and Evanton woods. The shore has a colony of grey seals. Market towns of Dingwall and Alness are nearby with a variety of areas of natural and historical interest. The world famous Glenmorangie distillery is 10 miles away in Tain. The pottery in Tain is also worth a visit. Let us know what you would like to do and we will pull together all information we can for you. Drumarbin is spacious and welcoming, with great walks and scenery , free internet access and satelite TV.
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          The SpaceYou can enjoy our beautiful garden, enjoy a great cooked breakfast with eggs from our own chickens, vegetarians and gluten free available on request. Take a walk and enjoy the peace of the area and the stunning views, where you will see Red Kites Plenty of parking, dogs welcome. Guest AccessAccess in the large garden, smoking allowed in the garden. Large parking area. Beautiful garden with secluded seating areas where you can enjoy a glass of wine or a wee dram! Interaction with GuestsLots of info and recommendations available, local knowledge tide times etc The NeighborhoodWe are a small hamlet overlooking the Cromarty firth and Ben Wyvis with stunning views towards the west and Fyrish to the North. Culbokie has a children`s play area. web address (URL HIDDEN) [ Awaiting updates] Getting AroundWe are in a rural area 15 miles from Inverness 6 from Dingwall so you really need transport, or local taxi. Directions, please look at map on this site. Look out for bnb signs. Sat nav will take you past our road end!!! Other Things to NoteLocal pub 2 miles away in Culbokie, good food, good craic! Also other eateries at Cromarty Avoch Fortrose, Dingwall Inverness all within 25min Check in after any time 4pm, earlier by request. Dolphin watching at Channonry point on the beach!
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          3br cottage
          • Pets Allowed
          Skiing, cycling, walks, family breaks. This 3 bedroom house is a converted steading It is ideally located in the heart of the village in the Scottish Highlands. Village pub, shops and beach all within walking distance. Dogs welcome. Well located for Inverness, Urquhart castle, Loch Ness, and Distilleries.
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          Excellent
          139 reviews
          2br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceThe Pavilion is located on the South/West wall of the Foulis Castle Courtyard and is a Private Luxury Self Catered home away from home in the Scottish Highlands. It is a tranquil, quiet sanctuary to rebalance mind, body and soul. The Pavilion front door opens onto the Foulis Castle private drive, parking and beautifully landscaped gardens & ponds. The kitchen area over looks the Castle courtyard and Foulis Castle gardens and has all modern facilities with a table seating 4-6. The Dining Room table seats 6-8, with views over the Castle Courtyard gardens. The Pavilion's Drawing room is a remnant Tower Room of the ancient Foulis Castle which dates from the mid 15th century. It has 3 large sofas with a 38" flat screen Smart TV with broadband internet connection & Sky TV Cinema. The Pavilion has central heating which is provided by a biomass heating system, so the apartment is warm throughout. The Pavilion also contains luxurious 63 oz woollen carpets. There is a toilet beside the front door and 2 ensuite bathrooms. The towels and linen on the beds are all new with duvets or blankets. All bedrooms have orthopaedic memory foam mattresses. The master bedroom has a king size wooden bed and the second bedroom comes with two singles which can zip together creating a super king size bed, there is also plenty of hanging space for clothes. Foulis Castle has guided tours which are held on Tuesdays at 10.30am or 3pm, there is no charge for the tour but donations to the Foulis Castle Trust are welcome. The Pavilion has it's own internet router with unlimited Broadband and WiFi. Guest AccessGuests have unlimited access to the landscaped gardens surrounding Foulis Castle. Feel free to walk amongst mature broad-leafed hardwood tree alley's and a walled arboretum where they can pick fruit in the summer. Guests are welcome to walk around the landscaped ponds and venture down to the near-by Foulis Burn which follows the original Castle drive all the way to the shores of the Cromarty Firth. Foulis Castle is set in a central location within Foulis Estate (2650 acres) which is surrounded by arable fields which grow Malting Barley for Whisky production. Behind Foulis Castle is the Hill of Foulis which has managed woodlands with beautiful views all the way up the Cromarty Firth. Within the managed woodlands are forestry tracks which lead to spectacular views of Ben Wyvis one of Scotland's great Munro's. Interaction with GuestsWe look forward to personally welcoming you to our family home. Maps are provided with brochure's of local activities. We have outlined several scenic Foulis Estate walks. We live within the Castle courtyard and are always at hand to help with any enquiries or anything that will make our guests stay more comfortable. The NeighborhoodDingwall formerly served as the county town of the county of Ross and Cromarty, it lies near the head of the Cromarty Firth. In the early Middle Ages Dingwall was reputed to have the largest castle north of Stirling. King Macbeth from Shakespeare's Macbeth was born in Dingwall c1005. There are very good golf course's, lovely beaches, walks and other country pursuits. Guests are free to enjoy and walk on the 2650 acre Foulis Estate, with its native wildlife, and the property is ideally situated to take advantage of the surrounding attractions. For stalking Deer Foulis Estates, golf lovers the small town of Dornoch and its Championship Golf Course is within an hours drive, for whisky lovers there are many Distilleries in the locality to visit, Dalmore at Invergordon or Glenmorangie at Tain, to name just two. For shoppers the small towns of Dornoch, Dingwall and Strathpeffer, with it’s historic pavilion are always worth a visit. For walkers why not take a walk up to the Fyrish Monument, reputedly an imitation of the gates of Negapataum in India. The views from the top are quite amazing, with views of the Cromarty Firth, Ben Wyvis, the Affric, and on a clear day further afield to the Cairngorms. Getting AroundThe Pavilion is 35 minutes drive North of Inverness Airport. Foulis Castle is 25min North on the A9 from Inverness. Their are trains to Dingwall, our local town, and buses to and from Evanton, our local village. Other Things to NoteThe Pavilion is baby/toddler friendly and we can offer various amenities such as stair gates, highchairs & travel cots. If you are interested in outdoor pursuits there are a variety of sporting estates close by, offering horse riding, mountain bike trails, stalking, fishing and driven game. We have a modern seven gun capacity gun safe at The Pavilion. Pets are not allowed inside The Pavilion though we have an outside dog kennel if you wish to bring your dog.
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          3br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceWe have been hosting in London, Geneva and Paris since 2012 and recently renovated and listed this charming Scottish country cottage that has been in our family for nearly 100 years. Our ideal guests are families of 5, or else small groups of friends travelling together - we will never ask strangers to share the space. ____________________________________________________________ ARE YOU ALSO TRAVELLING TO LONDON? Do check out our flat in London through the "Other Listings" reviews in our Hosts Profile _____________________________________________________________ You will see photos of the exterior and interior on the site. The cottage has three bedrooms: The Botanic room with a queen size bed and toilet en-suite; The Birds room with two single beds and a shower-room en-suite; The Traveller room with a single bed situated next to the shared bathroom. The living room has a working fireplace and a library of local guidebooks as well as a broad range of literature. A separate dining room leads into the fully-equipped kitchen. The cottage is accessed through a sun porch that is great for afternoon tea. There is a lawn garden to the front with views over the Cromartie Firth, and a slope down to the trout river. Tall trees protect the house to the North. The cottage is set back from the road behind a wall and hedge giving great private space in the garden. Guest AccessGuests have full access to the house and grounds, including the trout river at the bottom of the garden. It is important to note that this is a relatively shallow but fast-flowing river so guests are asked to take real care with young children as it is not safe to try and wade across the river in the water. Interaction with GuestsWe may not be in Scotland when you are staying and therefore may not have the pleasure of meeting you. If so, then we will have made key handover arrangements and our caretaker will be available to help with any questions you may have about the cottage and the local area. There is more information about the local area in the cottage manual, and there is a good selection of guidebooks on visiting Scotland, its history and culture in the cottage. The NeighborhoodSituated on the famous North Coast 500 route, we are ideally placed as a base to explore the Highlands. Just twenty kilometres north of Inverness and the amenities of the city, but the pleasure of the country, with easy access to Loch Ness itself. Note that the cottage itself is a 15 minute walk from shops in the centre of Evanton village - it is not really practical to stay here without your own vehicle A beautiful road leads off to the West Coast and the Isle of Skye. Or head up the East Coast right to the tip of Great Britain. Evanton also has some of its own features: •Fyrish Monument. This is the stone ruin you can see on top of the nearest hill. It represents the gates of Negapatam in India and was built in 1782 by General Sir Hector Munro, a local landowner, in order to provide employment for local people. There is a path up to the monument on the other side of the hill. •The Black Rock Gorge, just a mile further up the Glenglass Road, is a very deep and narrow natural river gorge. It is a rather spooky place and was used for filming one of the scenes in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. •Ben Wyvis is a small mountain (big for Scotland) between Evanton and Dingwall to the north. It is a Nature Reserve and can be walked. Despite only being 1000 metres high, some parts of the mountain have snow all year round. There are also many great places to walk just in the nearby countryside and guests will find links to trails we and others have loaded onto Wikiloc in the house manual. Getting AroundThe cottage is 25 minutes drive North of Inverness. Guests really need their own vehicle as the cottage is situated 1.5 kms uphill walk outside the centre of Evanton village and the nearest shops, and local bus stop. The nearest airport is Inverness (INV), which is served by EasyJet and British Airways flights from London, and one daily KLM/FlyBe flight from Amsterdam. The nearest mainline rail station is Inverness, with overnight sleeper trains from London Euston Station. Edinburgh airport, which has many more flights, is a beautiful 3 1/2 hours drive up through the Cairngorms. Aberdeen airport is 3 hours (but on a much less pleasant road). Other Things to NoteThe weather can often be cold and wet in the Highlands of Scotland so you will find wood or peat to use in the working fireplace. We have also provided a range of warm outer-wear, anoraks and coats, wellington boots and slippers to make our guests more comfortable outdoors and inside the cottage.
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          3br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceFabulous location for all amenities whether it is beach, walks or skiing! Superb village location with family friendly local pub and local shops. Guest AccessJust off the A9 the house is easily accessible to the North of Scotland including Aviemore and Inverness. Interaction with GuestsAvailable on mobile phone or email as needed. Getting AroundThere is an allocated parking space to the left of the property, although it is ok to park on any space in that area.
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          2br house
            Nestling in a secluded location, this semi-detached property sits amidst the rolling hills of the Black Isle, surrounded by woodland. Culbo as a base for your holiday enables access to the city of Inverness, the Royal Burgh of Dingwall, within half an hour or the local shop 5 minutes by car in Culbokie. The Black Isle itself, as well as having an abundance of stunning seashore and woodland walks, where a wide variety of wildlife from foxes, pine martins, red and roe deer to Red Kites, woodpeckers and ospreys can be spotted. Also supports a variety of villages all worth visiting, whether it is for the dolphin spotting on the varied beaches, interesting harbours, unusual shops, family run cafes, baker, delicatessen or chocolate shop, something special can be found for everyone. Further afield from the Black Isle attractions include Loch Ness, distilleries, award winning Golf courses, an outdoor adventure park, swimming pools, ferry trips to the islands, Cairngorm Nature Reserve to name but a few Additional amenities include: black isle, sorry no dogs, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, inverness, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), number of bedrooms: 2, cyclists welcome. Nestling in a secluded location, this semi-detached property sits amidst the rolling hills of the Black Isle, surrounded by woodland. Culbo as a base for your holiday enables access to the city of Inverness, the Royal Burgh of Dingwall, within half an hour or the local shop 5 minutes by car in Culbokie. The Black Isle itself, as well as having an abundance of stunning seashore and woodland walks, where a wide variety of wildlife from foxes, pine martins, red and roe deer to Red Kites, woodpeckers and ospreys can be spotted. Also supports a variety of villages all worth visiting, whether it is for the dolphin spotting on the varied beaches, interesting harbours, unusual shops, family run cafes, baker, delicatessen or chocolate shop, something special can be found for everyone. Further afield from the Black Isle attractions include Loch Ness, distilleries, award winning Golf courses, an outdoor adventure park, swimming pools, ferry trips to the islands, Cairngorm Nature Reserve to name but a few Additional amenities include: black isle, sorry no dogs, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, inverness, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), number of bedrooms: 2, cyclists welcome.
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            5 reviews
            5br hotel
            • Breakfast
            • Gym
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            • Pets Allowed
            • Swimming Pool
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            Located in Evanton, this inn is 10.2 mi (16.4 km) from Upper Pump Room and 10.3 mi (16.6 km) from Ben Wyvis. Caledonian Stadium and Glen Ord Distillery are also within 16 mi (25 km).
            house
            5br house
            • Wifi
            Drumarbin is a modern, detached, 5 bedroom house in the picturesque village of Evanton set in a large, self contained garden with fantastic views of the Cromarty Firth. Whilst giving you the very best of Scotland's scenic beauty we are only 15 minutes from Inverness. The market town of Dingwall is only 3 miles away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily. The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen leads through to a sitting area with computer and library. There is satellite TV, Playstation and WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The dining room has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks.
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            2br house
              This detached lodge is close to the village of Culbokie near to Dingwall and can sleep four people in two bedrooms. Pine Lodge is a lovely detached lodge situated close to the village of Culbokie just six miles from Dingwall on the Black Isle in Scotland. The lodge can sleep four people in two bedrooms which are a double bedroom and a twin room together with a family bathroom. Also in the cottage is a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with sofa bed. Outside is off road parking for one car and a private garden with furniture. Pine Lodge is a delightful lodge and an ideal base for exploring this lovely part of the country. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot bed/travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 1 car with additional space for 1 car nearby. Front and rear lawned garden with furniture set in secluded parkland-style grounds. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 5 miles. Note: There are 6 paving steps up to front door and 3 internal steps in hallway. 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 that complement the traditional stone cottages. This quiet 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 country or coastal walk. Additional amenities include: 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 detached lodge is close to the village of Culbokie near to Dingwall and can sleep four people in two bedrooms. Pine Lodge is a lovely detached lodge situated close to the village of Culbokie just six miles from Dingwall on the Black Isle in Scotland. The lodge can sleep four people in two bedrooms which are a double bedroom and a twin room together with a family bathroom. Also in the cottage is a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with sofa bed. Outside is off road parking for one car and a private garden with furniture. Pine Lodge is a delightful lodge and an ideal base for exploring this lovely part of the country. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot bed/travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 1 car with additional space for 1 car nearby. Front and rear lawned garden with furniture set in secluded parkland-style grounds. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 5 miles. Note: There are 6 paving steps up to front door and 3 internal steps in hallway. 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 that complement the traditional stone cottages. This quiet 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 country or coastal walk. Additional amenities include: cooker.
              Home/Apartment
              6br Home/Apartment
              Situated in Evanton, this 6 bedroom house accommodates up to 10 guests and starts at just GBP 105 per night. The accommodation is 200 sqm. This house is child-friendly. It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 1 sofa bed / futon, 2 double beds, and 4 single beds and has 2 bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a grill, a microwave, an oven, a toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, a dryer, and a washing machine. The property has a garden, parking / a garage, and a terrace. Guests can also enjoy a DVD player, a TV, video games/console, books, and board games. This is a no-smoking property. Pets are not permitted. 8 guests have been welcomed to this property. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
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              3br Home/Apartment
              This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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              7br Home/Apartment
                Séjourner dans un magnifique manoir géorgien entouré par les paysages à couper le souffle des Highlands écossais. Assynt House a sept chambres attenantes dormir 14 plus lits bébé/lits pour les jeunes enfants. Les invités sont offerd le choix flexible d'indépendants avec le luxe d'une femme de ménage tous les jours ainsi que de la partie ou entièrement pris en charge séjour, appréciant les tracas des soirées ou des occasions spéciales où vos hôtes s'occuper de la cuisson!. Assynt House remonte au 18ème siècle, conservant de nombreux éléments d'origine et est seule à fournir beaucoup du luxe d'un hôtel à l'atmosphère détendue et informelle d'une maison de vacances, décorées dans un style classique complété par la fois moderne et antique finition. Propriétaires, Graham & Elizabeth Waugh sont engagent à offrir la meilleure expérience pour leurs invités, Elizabeth est toujours à la fin du téléphone ou courriel pour aider avec des dispositions pour les activités ou événements, réservation des excursions en bateau de dauphins, de rivière ou mer, pêche, aider plan promenades et arrangeant les thérapeutes pour venir à la maison pour les traitements de beauté, aidant à organiser les mariages qu'ils détiennent à la maison chaque année et de conseiller les clients sur les excursions et les sites à ne pas manquer ! Graham cuisiniers invités rien de monotope casseroles de somptueux dîners à l'aide alimentaire provenant de localement.
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                5br Home/Apartment
                  L'hébergement spacieuse et lumineuse, a été récemment rénové et est magnifiquement présenté dans l'ensemble. Un puits équipé cuisine moderne qui mène à la salle à manger. Il y a TV satellite, WIFI fourni. Le grand salon a plusieurs baies vitrées avec une vue superbe sur les Cromarty Firth. Le soleil salon/salle de jeux dispose de fenêtres sur les deux faces et est assis, vous donnant l'impression que vous êtes assis dans le jardin. Les champs à l'avant de la maison sont utilisés pour le pâturage des moutons qui cherchera à voir ce que vous êtes jusqu'à, c'est fantastique de voir les agneaux de course le long de la clôture au fond du jardin. Un grand, ouvert le feu dans le salon crée une atmosphère chaleureuse et accueillante. Avec quatre chambres de bonne taille, une salle de bains familiale et une salle de bains offrant deux salles de bains et deux douches, Drumarbin offre un niveau élevé de la vie moderne tout en étant un havre de pays réel, pourtant est facilement accessible pour découvrir l'ensemble de la région de haute montagne.Il y a un gros disque, qui peut accueillir plusieurs voitures facilement. Nous avons une grande terrasse pour manger à l'extérieur et profiter de la vue. Au bas de la route en Evanton, il y a aussi une résidente colonie de phoques qui sont visibles le long de la ligne de rivage. Il y a un grand nombre de distilleries et de terrains de golf à proximité et un certain nombre de belles promenades.Pour votre séjour soit mémorable, nous vous fournirons vous adapté les informations pour votre domaine d'intérêt golf, de distilleries, de vie sauvage, de châteaux, marche etc, simplement nous le faire savoir. Le bourg de Dingwall n'est qu'à 3 km et Alness est une distance similaire. Il y a un gros disque, qui peut accueillir plusieurs voitures facilement.
                  Home/Apartment
                  6br Home/Apartment
                    Drumarbin is a modern, detached, 5 bedroom house in the picturesque village of Evanton set in a large, self contained garden with fantastic views of the Cromarty Firth. Whilst giving you the very best of Scotland's scenic beauty we are only 15 minutes from Inverness. The market town of Dingwall is only 3 miles away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily.The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen leads through to the dining room. There is satellite TV and WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The sun room has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden with 2 single futons. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks.
                    Cottage
                    3br Cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    Skiing, cycling, walks, family breaks. This 3 bedroom house is a converted steading It is ideally located in the heart of the village in the Scottish Highlands. Village pub, shops and beach all within walking distance. Dogs welcome. Well located for Inverness, Urquhart castle, Loch Ness, and Distilleries.
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                    2br Home/Apartment
                      Nestling in a secluded location, this semi-detached property sits amidst the rolling hills of the Black Isle, surrounded by woodland. Culbo as a base for your holiday enables access to the city of Inverness, the Royal Burgh of Dingwall, within half an hour or the local shop 5 minutes by car in Culbokie. The Black Isle itself, as well as having an abundance of stunning seashore and woodland walks, where a wide variety of wildlife from foxes, pine martins, red and roe deer to Red Kites, woodpeckers and ospreys can be spotted. Also supports a variety of villages all worth visiting, whether it is for the dolphin spotting on the varied beaches, interesting harbours, unusual shops, family run cafes, baker, delicatessen or chocolate shop, something special can be found for everyone. Further afield from the Black Isle attractions include Loch Ness, distilleries, award winning Golf courses, an outdoor adventure park, swimming pools, ferry trips to the islands, Cairngorm Nature Reserve to name but a few Additional amenities include: black isle, sorry no dogs, number of bath/shower rooms: 2, inverness, house, internet available - free wi-fi (own laptop required), number of bedrooms: 2, cyclists welcome.
                      Home/Apartment
                      Good
                      16 reviews
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceSpacious modern kitchen with range cooker. A bathroom with a whirlpool bath. A cosy living room with a wood burning stove. 2 double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room. A utility room with washing machine and plenty of space for boots and coats to dry off after outdoor adventures. Guest AccessIndoors: All of the property apart from the attic space. Outdoors: There is easy and safe access to the river if you go through the back gate and then the large gate on left. You can walk up the river for a few hundred yards. Keep all gates closed behind you. Interaction with GuestsWe live nearby and will be available to offer advice and information to guests in person or by phone. The NeighborhoodEvanton is a large village in Easter Ross in the Highlands of Scotland with Ben Wyvis rising to the west and the Cromarty Firth to the south, Evanton is situated 7 miles north of Dingwall and 15 miles north of Inverness. It is a perfect base to strike out from to explore the West Coast, the North and the Highlands. Evanton dates from the early 19th century during the Highland Clearances when the local laird Evan Fraser of Baconie cleared his estate for sheep and planned this township near the newly built road between the River Glass (or Allt Graad) and the River Sgitheach. Evanton is a popular tourist resort and an ideal base to tour the Highlands. The village has hotels and a caravan and campsite, shop, post-office, tea-room, village hall, two churches and a few businesses. The nearest railway station is at Alness. Attractions include the Black Rock Gorge, used in the Harry Potter film The Goblet of Fire, it is a two mile long ravine more than 100ft deep surrounded by beautiful scenery and wildlife. Nearby is the Fyrish Monument erected on Fyrish Hill by Sir Hector Munro in the late 18th century, thought to represent the gates of Negapatnam in south India. The Highland Museum of Childhood is in neighbouring Strathpeffer, Dingwall has a Heritage Museum, Dalmore Distillery and two RSPB nature reserves are located near the Cromarty Firth. Getting AroundThe village of Evanton is less than 1 mile away. There are good local shops and pubs. The market town of Dingwall is 6 miles away. There are regular buses from Evanton to Dingwall. Other Things to NoteWe try to be environmentally friendly and conscious of our impact on the planet wherever possible and we hope you can support us in this during your stay by; - using the recycling facilities in the utility room (please rinse out plastics, glass and metal) - composting raw food (empty the compost bin into the green bin behind the back gate) - using Ecover products - conserving energy wherever possible (please turn lights off behind you) THANK YOU!
                      Home/Apartment
                      Excellent
                      15 reviews
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThe Pavilion is located on the South/West wall of the Foulis Castle Courtyard and is a Private Luxury Self Catered home away from home in the Scottish Highlands. It is a tranquil, quiet sanctuary to rebalance mind, body and soul. The Pavilion front door opens onto the Foulis Castle private drive, parking and beautifully landscaped gardens & ponds. The kitchen area over looks the Castle courtyard and Foulis Castle gardens and has all modern facilities with a table seating 4-6. The Dining Room table seats 6-8, with views over the Castle Courtyard gardens. The Pavilion's Drawing room is a remnant Tower Room of the ancient Foulis Castle which dates from the mid 15th century. It has 3 large sofas with a 38" flat screen Smart TV with broadband internet connection & Sky TV Cinema. The Pavilion has central heating which is provided by a biomass heating system, so the apartment is warm throughout. The Pavilion also contains luxurious 63 oz woollen carpets. There is a toilet beside the front door and 2 ensuite bathrooms. The towels and linen on the beds are all new with duvets or blankets. All bedrooms have orthopaedic memory foam mattresses. The master bedroom has a king size wooden bed and the second bedroom comes with two singles which can zip together creating a super king size bed, there is also plenty of hanging space for clothes. Foulis Castle has guided tours which are held on Tuesdays at 10.30am or 3pm, there is no charge for the tour but donations to the Foulis Castle Trust are welcome. The Pavilion has it's own internet router with unlimited Broadband and WiFi. Guest AccessGuests have unlimited access to the landscaped gardens surrounding Foulis Castle. Feel free to walk amongst mature broad-leafed hardwood tree alley's and a walled arboretum where they can pick fruit in the summer. Guests are welcome to walk around the landscaped ponds and venture down to the near-by Foulis Burn which follows the original Castle drive all the way to the shores of the Cromarty Firth. Foulis Castle is set in a central location within Foulis Estate (2650 acres) which is surrounded by arable fields which grow Malting Barley for Whisky production. Behind Foulis Castle is the Hill of Foulis which has managed woodlands with beautiful views all the way up the Cromarty Firth. Within the managed woodlands are forestry tracks which lead to spectacular views of Ben Wyvis one of Scotland's great Munro's. Interaction with GuestsWe look forward to personally welcoming you to our family home. Maps are provided with brochure's of local activities. We have outlined several scenic Foulis Estate walks. We live within the Castle courtyard and are always at hand to help with any enquiries or anything that will make our guests stay more comfortable. The NeighborhoodDingwall formerly served as the county town of the county of Ross and Cromarty, it lies near the head of the Cromarty Firth. In the early Middle Ages Dingwall was reputed to have the largest castle north of Stirling. King Macbeth from Shakespeare's Macbeth was born in Dingwall c1005. There are very good golf course's, lovely beaches, walks and other country pursuits. Guests are free to enjoy and walk on the 2650 acre Foulis Estate, with its native wildlife, and the property is ideally situated to take advantage of the surrounding attractions. For stalking Deer Foulis Estates, golf lovers the small town of Dornoch and its Championship Golf Course is within an hours drive, for whisky lovers there are many Distilleries in the locality to visit, Dalmore at Invergordon or Glenmorangie at Tain, to name just two. For shoppers the small towns of Dornoch, Dingwall and Strathpeffer, with it’s historic pavilion are always worth a visit. For walkers why not take a walk up to the Fyrish Monument, reputedly an imitation of the gates of Negapataum in India. The views from the top are quite amazing, with views of the Cromarty Firth, Ben Wyvis, the Affric, and on a clear day further afield to the Cairngorms. Getting AroundThe Pavilion is 35 minutes drive North of Inverness Airport. Foulis Castle is 25min North on the A9 from Inverness. Their are trains to Dingwall, our local town, and buses to and from Evanton, our local village. Other Things to NoteThe Pavilion is baby/toddler friendly and we can offer various amenities such as stair gates, highchairs & travel cots. If you are interested in outdoor pursuits there are a variety of sporting estates close by, offering horse riding, mountain bike trails, stalking, fishing and driven game. We have a modern seven gun capacity gun safe at The Pavilion. Pets are not allowed inside The Pavilion though we have an outside dog kennel if you wish to bring your dog.
                      Bed & Breakfast
                      1br Bed & Breakfast
                      • Wifi
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceBeechwood Lodge has two guest bedrooms to let, one with a double bed and one with two single beds. both have en-suite bathrooms. There is also a guests lounge where you can relax in comfort. Guest AccessBedrooms, and guests lounge. Interaction with GuestsBreakfast included Other Things to NoteThe price of £60 per night is the price per bedroom for 2 guests. We have two rooms available so if you want to book both of them, the price will be £120 per night. Discounts available if booking a room for occupancy by 1 person.
                      Home/Apartment
                      6br Home/Apartment
                        The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen leads through to a sitting area with computer and library. There is satellite TV, Playstation and WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The dining room has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en-suite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area.There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily. We have a large patio area for eating outside and enjoying the view. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks.To ensure your holiday is memorable we will provide you tailored information for your area of interest golf, distilleries, wild life, castles, walking etc, just let us know. The market town of Dingwall is only 3 miles away and Alness is a similar distance away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily.
                        house
                        6br house
                          The bright, spacious accommodation has been recently refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout. A well equipped modern kitchen leads through to a sitting area with computer and library. There is satellite TV, Playstation and WIFI provided. The large lounge has several picture windows with superb views across the Cromarty Firth. The dining room has windows on two sides and is set down, giving you the impression you are sitting in the garden. The fields to the front of the house are used for grazing sheep who will look to see what you are up to, it is fantastic to watch the lambs racing along the fence at end of the garden. A large, open fire in the lounge creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. With four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en-suite providing two baths and two showers, Drumarbin offers a high standard of modern living whilst being a real country retreat, yet is easily accessible for exploring the whole of the Highland area.There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily. We have a large patio area for eating outside and enjoying the view. At the bottom of the road into Evanton there is a also a resident colony of seals which can be seen along the shore line. There are a large number of distilleries and golf courses within easy reach and a number of scenic walks.To ensure your holiday is memorable we will provide you tailored information for your area of interest golf, distilleries, wild life, castles, walking etc, just let us know. The market town of Dingwall is only 3 miles away and Alness is a similar distance away. There is a large drive which accommodates several cars easily.
                          Home/Apartment
                          7br Home/Apartment
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Ross-shire Hall is a luxury holiday home nestled in the Ross-shire countryside and provides luxury en-suite accommodation for up to 14 guests in the Highlands of Scotland. The property offers guests the flexible choice of self-catering with the luxury of a daily housekeeper, as well as a part or fully catered stay for guests who wish to enjoy hassle-free evenings or special occasion cooking. The house dates back to the 1700s, retaining many original features, and it is unique in providing many of the luxuries of a hotel with the relaxed informal atmosphere of a holiday home. It is decorated in a classic style complimented by both modern and antique furnishings. Ross-shire Hall makes a fabulously unique venue for any holiday or special occasion. Additional amenities include: ideal for kids, lots to see: outstanding landscapes, stag/hen parties allowed, ideal for celebrations / party house, indoor games, walkable village/town, high chair(s), gated/fenced grounds, cot(s), caretaker/owner lives on site, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, ideal for teens, heating, wi-fi/internet access, lots to visit: tourist towns & villages, rural location, golf course nearby, stalking/hunting, all bedrooms en-suite, walking/hiking paths, ideal for babies & toddlers, fishing, coastal, toys, walkable pub/restaurant.