Cromarty 27 Bay View Cosy House By The Sea
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House | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Get away from it all to our peaceful seaside retreat, with breathtaking views of the Cromarty Firth and the mountains of Ross-shire beyond. Our recently refurbished two bedroom home is situated right on the sea front, and only a short walk to the historically preserved village of Cromarty. Enjoy an abundance of walks along the beach, around the village and out to the famous "Souters" headland. The extremely clean, sandy beach and clear waters offer a safe environment and provides a unique opportunity to spot dolphins, seals and other wild life. Whether you're looking to explore this charming town, potter around by the shore or just watch life by the sea, this promises to be a relaxing vacation venue. No Booking Fee Chargeable on this Property.
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|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Cromarty 10 m|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||250 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Inverness, Nearest railway: Inverness|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The interier of the house has recently been refurbished and redecorated , The house is very cosy with central heating throughout and plenty hot water. There is a new bathroom and walk in shower unit . and new Kitchen. good size living room with large front facing bay window with uninterrupted views of the bay and mountains beyond .Comfortable seating with large flat screen TV,. upstairs there are two good size bedrooms with 1 double bed in front room and 2 single to rear,with quality bedding and bed linen There is a good sized conservatory/breakfast room at the rear of house with access from Kitchen leading out on to very private deck area .The front of house is laid out in paving and makes a lovely sun deck for wildlife spotting ,boats pottering , or just relaxing .
|Further details outdoors|
Cromarty offers a wealth of interests and attractions for all age groups ,There are fine 18th-century merchant houses, an ancient church made famous by being greatly successful in the BBC's 'Restoration Village' programme and a museum honouring the remarkable 19th-century geologist and writer Hugh Miller. Hundreds of years of history are waiting for you to explore in its streets and narrow vennels. Cromarty people are welcoming and always pleased to help.
Walk the nearby coast and cliffs, mountain bike the trails at Learnie Rock ,go dolphin and wildlife spotting with Ecoventures from the local harbour .take the smallest ferry in britain accross the cromarty firth to taste whisky at the famous Glenmorangie Distillery where quality whisky can be tasted .Search the local beach where fossils and rare shells are still being discovered
Visit the old town of Dornoch where the wedding of Madona took place it has a wonderful Cathedral and famous Golf course . A little further is the imposing Dunrobin Castle
Go west and take the bridge to the magical isle of Skye or visit Ullapool where you can sall to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis in the outer Hebrides.
Drive south and visit the famous Loch Ness and monster visitor centre.Visit the caledonian canal and watch the boats go through the locks at Fort Augustus . Avimore ski centre is an hour drive away.
A ten minute drive from Cromarty takes you to Fortrose where you can play Golf ,Try sailing ,or drive down to Chanory Point where you can see Dolphins very close in to shore ,and yes the best chippie on the black isle also a well stocked supermarket
The holiday home is stocked with a starter supply of washing up liquid,, toilet rolls and other kitchen and bathroom supplies.
A deposit of £100 is requested in advance to confirm booking. The balance is payable 3 weeks prior to commencement of your holiday
£20 discount available for 2persons or less,
Bookings are from Saturday 3pm to Saturday 10am during the summer
Sorry due to family allergies we no longer accept pets
No smoking is permitted within the holiday home.
Electric and Linen included towels by arrangement ,
About this location
The Ross and Cromarty region
Cromarty is situated at the end of the distinctive very fertile peninsula known as the Black Isle only half an hour drive from the Highland capital Inverness in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
It is a fantastic base to explore, walk the nearby cliffs and coasts, mountain bike the trails at the new hub, Learnie Red Rock or dolphin watch with Ecoventures from the picturesque harbour. Take the smallest ferry in Britain across the Cromarty Firth to taste whiskey at the famous Glenmorangie Distillery and visit the imposing Dunrobin Castle. Go West to the magical Isle of Skye or South to see the haunts of the famous Loch Ness monster.
There is great local sailing with clubs at the Harbour and nearby Chanonry Fortrose. Scotland being the home of Golf means there is a multitude of great Links courses available from the Royal Dornoch to the nearby Fortrose.
The village is well served with a wonderful Pizza restaurant, Sutor Creek, a hotel and pub both serving food, a fantastic bakery, a little but well stocked supermarket and a Post Office.
All a five minute walk away.
We also have a great sandy beach with grass areas for Kids to play
Cromarty is without a doubt the Highlands best preserved Historic town .It is a Jewel rich in History and folklore striking architecture. and supberb wiews and sunsets from the headlands
This charming old house is set on the waterfront in the heart of the historic fishertown of Cromarty. It has been tastefully renovated to a high standard offering comfort and style. It is unusual in having a large bay window in the lounge which gives a panoramic view of the bay ,the mountains beyond and the Sutors (Headlands) of the Cromarty Firth. Open your bedroom window a little and let the sound of the gentle waves on the sandy beach send you to sleep. We just love it Feel free to contact us for more information,
Tel 01387740328 , or mobile 07766986464 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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10 Nov 2014
"Great location, comfortable house, poor communication"
The house couldn't be better located, as it looks out directly to the Cromarty Firth. The accommodations are comfortable, with an amply furnished kitchen, a good-sized living room, and the bedroo… More
4 Nov 2014
"Very nice experience for American visitors"
Nice stay in a lovely village. The kitchen was well appointed. Nice to have a clothes line for wet laundry. Spacious bathroom. Cozy bedrooms. Comfortable living room. Cromarty is a lovely village… More
18 Jul 2014
"good value holiday accommodation"
This is a perfectly comfortable two bedroom cottage by the sea. Downstairs there is a bathroom with bath, separate shower, wc; living room; kitchen; sun room; good size storage cupboard for boots, co… More
30 Apr 2014
"Excellent accommodation with unrivalled views of Cromarty Firth from bay window"
A stay in the Cromarty area some 37 years since a previous stay at Cromarty Mains Farm. Little has changed but we have been considerably impressed by what is available locally. Wildfowl and similar is… More
11 Apr 2014
"A quiet and peaceful getaway, with plenty to keep an active outdoors-oriented family occupied."
This is a very well equipped cottage, perfect for a family group, or two couples. The front bedroom has a spectacular view of Cromarty Firth, as does the living room and front patio - one sunset was p… More
5 Jan 2014
"Perfect peaceful retreat"
What a lovely house in a lovely setting. We couldn't have asked for anything more from this perfectly comfortable cosy house. The bathroom is fabulous with a great shower and the kitchen is very … More
26 Apr 2013
"Lovely Seaside Cootage"
The views of Cromarty Firth are amazing. Watching the traffic on the firth offers its own kind of entertainment. It's a great spot for walks by the sea and into Cromarty, which is a lovely quiet … More
15 Oct 2012
"Wonderful for a relaxed, quiet holiday"
We had a really great week in this very comfortable accommodation. Good facilities especially the bathroom. A great place to relax and enjoy local walks etc.
The views out of the lounge and main bedroom were entertainment in themselves - watching the weather changes and looking for dolphins. We saw dolphins twice from the house in one week.
Would also recommend Chanonary Point (10 miles) for seals and dolphins and also Fleet Loch (50 miles), a nature reserve which is great for birds and for seals.
6 May 2012
"Amazing home from home, in the picturesque village of Cromarty"
Great place to spend easter.This house has everything you need and really enjoyed watching the boats and the water from the living room.
Had fun exploring the village and took the coastal walk out to the old gun emplacements but didn't see any dolphins this time.
We can recomend the food at The Royal Hotel, The Pantry Tearoom and a visit to the bakery. Didn't mangae to get into the Pizza place as it was fully booked but we will try again on our next visit.
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Margaret & Hamish S.
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