The 18th-century Paye House lies at the heart of Cromarty's historic conservation area, surrounded by cobbled lanes and listed buildings. Enjoy the Cromarty sunsets from the garden patio, or come home to a roaring open fire after walks around town.
Saturday to Saturday bookings between April - October. Short breaks outwith this period of Friday - Monday or Monday - Friday. Only week stays over festive period 22 - 29 December and 29 December - 5 January
Cromarty has plenty to enchant both travellers and holidaymakers: sandy beaches; Georgian architecture, bottlenose dolphins and bird colonies of international importance.
Visit the birthplace of Hugh Miller. Miller was a stonemason, geologist and writer, whose thatched cottage is now a museum under the ownership of the National Trust for Scotland. Guests staying in Paye House are entitled to a complimentary visit.
Other things to note
Please note that we only accept Saturday to Saturday bookings. Short breaks of Friday - Monday (3 nights) or Monday - Friday (4 nights) are available from November - March.
For health and safety reasons, this property does not allow extra people.
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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.