Firth and Osprey Cottages both feature stunning views of the Cromarty Firth with the mountains of Easter Ross beyond. It's a view which is constantly changing with the tide and light. The tidal firth is a haven for wildlife and ospreys can be seen most days in the summer months from the cottages fishing over the firth and in the winter thousands of geese can be seen.
The cottages are spotlessly clean, modern, well-equipped and peaceful.
Firth Cottage has 2 bedrooms, a double and a twin, that can sleep a maximum of 4 people. Osprey Cottage has a double and a single bedroom and can sleep 3 people. Both have spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge areas. The kitchens being well-equipped with a dishwasher, washer-dryer machine, gas hob, electric oven, microwave and fridge-freezer.
The lounges have a TV with Freeview, a DVD Player with a selection of DVDs, a CD/Radio, games, books and lots of information and leaflets. There is under-floor heating throughout controlled by individual thermostats in each room and heated towel radiators in the shower rooms.
There are french doors opening out onto private patio areas with tables and chairs. There are shared wooded gardens that host a variety of bird life. The cottages are located at the end of a private drive and have ample parking for several cars.
Osprey Cottage has easy ramp access making it suitable for some disabled guests and wheelchair users.
Despite the peace and quiet, the cottages are conveniently located for the town of Dingwall (3 miles away) and the Highland's capital Inverness (12 miles). It is also the perfect base for touring the Highlands being at the hub of the road network. Some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK - Glen Affric, Loch Ness, Torridon, Assynt - is less than an hour away. The Black Isle itself has historical villages like Cromarty, great beaches such as Rosemarkie and in Chanonry Point has the best land location to see dolphins in the UK.
Well-behaved pets may be allowed at no extra cost but only by arrangement.