This traditional Cromarty 2-storey cottage owned by the National Trust for Scotland was built around 1911 on the site of Cromarty's former fire station. Today, it provides modern comfort for 2 guests looking to explore the wildlife and history of the Black Isle.
Situated on a quiet residential street in Cromarty, ideal for visiting Easter Ross, the Black Isle and watching the Dolphins at Channory Point. Sleeping 2 guests, accommodation comprises: -
1 twin bedroom
Kitchen with dining area
Shower room with double shower
Electric storage heaters
Immersion water heating
Parking available at eastern gable end of cottage - not reserved but usually available
Public transport accessible
The first floor is accessed by a spiral staircase and may not be suitable for the infirm.
Cromarty has plenty to enchant both travellers and holidaymakers: sandy beaches, Georgian architecture, bottlenose dolphins, and bird colonies of international importance. It first became a Royal Burgh in the 13th century. In the 1700s salt-fish processing and sea-trade helped to swell the town's economy, and many of its famous merchants' houses date from this era.
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