About this listing
This traditional detached cottage was built around 1911 on the site of Cromarty's former fire station. Fully refurbished with modern comforts, it provides a spacious base for two people to explore the wildlife and history at the heart of this Black Isle town. Please note: Saturday to Saturday bookings between March - September. Short breaks outwith this period of Friday - Monday (3 nights) or Monday - Friday (4 nights).
Cromarty has plenty to enchant both travellers and holidaymakers: sandy beaches; Georgian architecture, bottlenose dolphins and bird colonies of international importance.
The cottage lies in Cromarty's historic Fishertown area, once populated by herring fishers, and is close enough to hear the waves lapping against the shores of Cromarty Firth. The enclosed garden with a picnic table is perfect for enjoying breakfast outdoors.
Other things to note
Please note: Saturday to Saturday bookings between March - September. Short breaks outwith this period of Friday - Monday (3 nights) or Monday - Friday (4 nights).
First floor is accessed by a spiral staircase and may not be suitable foe those with mobility difficulties.
Please note - for health and safety reasons, this property does not allow extra people.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
The National Trust is Scotland's largest conservation charity. Founded in 1931, the Trust promotes the care and conservation of the Scottish landscape and buildings of historical, architectural and social importance, while providing access for the public to enjoy them.