A beautiful Highland self catering Cottage set in the picturesque village of Rogart, Sutherland IV28 3XG
You have arrived at this page because you are looking for a break from the everyday hustle and bustle, because you are looking for a romantic getaway in a quiet, gorgeous rural area, because you want to sample the many delights of the world renown Scottish Countryside and experience some of the exciting activities there are on offer or simply because you want to relax and unwind in a location that is steeped in history and character...well look no further, because whatever the reason, Croit Bhraigh has everything you've been looking for!
Croit Bhraigh is the quintessential Self Catering Holiday Accommodation set in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, Rogart, Sutherland, Scotland IV28 3XG.
Come and visit, we'll love to have you, have fun, relax, make memories that will last a lifetime but be prepared to leave a little bit of your heart behind until the next time you stay at Croit Bhraigh.
What we offer:
Croit Bhraigh (phonetic pronunciation, Crotch vRi) was built in the 1800's and has, for your convenience,
- welcome pack
- 2 large double rooms to sleep 4 (2 single beds 1 double)
- modern bathroom with shower facilities
- fully equipped kitchen with all mod cons
- dining room
- fully equipped quiet room, come living room
- free WIFI
- large screen TV
- selection of DVD's
- selection of board games
- variety of books for all tastes
- stunning views
- open grounds for keen walkers
- close to local grocery shop and public house
Croit Bhraigh is a Non-smoking residence, please respect this at all times.
Entry is by key which can be collected from the key safe on the side of the house (combination supplied at Firm Booking)
Check in is 4pm Saturday, Check out is 10am Saturday.
Yes, we are pet friendly but whilst out on walks please have dogs on a leash to protect wildlife and dispose of any fouling.
Whilst we here at Croit Bhraigh love our 4 legged friends we don't like their hairs on our beds! So please, in the unlikely event that you're feeling chilly at night, turn the heating up but leave the dog downstairs :)
Driving North from the city of Inverness take the Thurso road (A9) and drive for approximately 45 miles.
From Inverness you will cross 4 road bridges. The first one is the Kessock Bridge, just as you leave the city heading north. The next is the Cromarty Bridge which is directly preceded by a roundabout, take the 2nd exit here (keep heading along the A9). The 3rd bridge you will come to is the Dornoch Bridge which is just after a roundabout, again 2nd exit (A9). The fourth and final bridge of note is the Mound Bridge, this is an important one as you need to turn left onto A839, following signs for Rogart and Lairg.
From this road you are only 6 miles from the parish of Rogart.
Once you pass through the village (yes, pass through) drive for approximately another 5 miles and then take the right hand exit over the cattle grid onto a single track road sign posted Morness.
Don’t worry you are almost at the beautiful Croit Bhraigh!
Drive up the hill taking the right hand bend at the church and then take the first left signposted Morness Little Rogart. Carry on along this road and take the hard first left you come to.
Last little bit, follow the road for the last mile and look out for the lovely, cosy croft house you are about to relax in, which is through the gate at the end of your private driveway.
Transport and Parking
Golf Course On Complex
|Croit Bhriagh||£430 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
The content of many of our web listings is provided by third party operators and not VisitScotland. VisitScotland accepts no responsibility for (1) any error or misrepresentation contained in third party listings, and (2) the contents of any external links within web listings ((1) and (2) together hereinafter referred to as the "Content"). VisitScotland excludes all liability for loss or damage caused by any reliance placed on the Content. The Content is provided for your information only and is not endorsed by VisitScotland.