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Ardgay cottages

22 properties found

Bonar Bridge, The Highlands

The Weighbridge Bothy - Balblair

2113

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7 nights

£446 - £677

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Migdale, The Highlands

Hideout 1

2111

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7 nights

£1,148 - £1,589

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Migdale, The Highlands

Hideout 2

2111

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7 nights

£1,148 - £1,589

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Ardgay, The Highlands

Balblair Lodge

4212

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7 nights

£773 - £1,315

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Ardgay (3.5mls NW), The Highlands

Mid Syall

6312

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7 nights

£892 - £1,029

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Alness, The Highlands

The Bothy At Nonikiln

211

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7 nights

£622 - £972

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Black Isle, The Highlands

Driftwood - Cromarty

2111

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7 nights

£478 - £720

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Alness, The Highlands

May Cottage - Alness

2112

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7 nights

£377 - £557

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Alness, The Highlands

April Cottage - Alness

2112

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7 nights

£413 - £623

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Tain (5.4mls NW), The Highlands

The Wee House

4211

Our grading

7 nights

£685 - £1,218

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Ardross, The Highlands

Tollie Cottage

4213

Our grading

7 nights

£745 - £1,019

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Dingwall, The Highlands

Lemlair Farmhouse

634

Our grading

7 nights

£1,009 - £1,841

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Ardgay

From verdant, rolling hills and glens to sparkling lochs and waterfalls, the village of Ardgay enjoys an idyllic location on the shores of Dornoch Firth. Sat at the heart of the village is the Market Stone which is believed to have been moved between parishes to indicate the site for the local market.

The local area is packed with places to visit, including Bonar Bridge (1 mile), a picturesque village with an outstanding golf course amongst some of the most beautiful Scottish scenery. If you’re a keen golfer, there’s also the Royal Dornoch Golf Club (18 miles), home to the Championship Course which is ranked number 2 in the world. There’s a glorious beach and the town of Dornoch is very charming, so it’s well worth a visit even if you’re not into golf. Also, nearby on the Dornoch Firth is the town of Tain (14.5 miles), which is known for its inspiring and unusual architecture, as well as its links golf course.

One of the most enjoyable things to do in this area is strike out on foot to discover the wonderful landscapes which surround the Dornoch Firth. On your adventures, you may be lucky enough to see some of the firth’s abundant wildlife, including ospreys, red deer, seals and dolphins. Watch salmon leap in the breath-taking Falls of Shin as they hurriedly race back to their native breeding ground in the summer. There are three mountains within an hour’s drive of Ardgay, perfect if you’re Munro bagging or just looking for a challenging walk with rewarding views.

The best way to enjoy the area around the Dornoch Firth is from one of our Ardgay cottages. Your comfortable home-from-home within easy reach of the area’s attractions, our holiday cottages in Ardgay are well-equipped to welcome you and your family – even your four-legged friend! Choose from cosy romantic cottages, stunning waterside houses and beautifully appointed properties for group getaways. Our self-catering accommodation in Ardgay and the surrounding area offers something for everyone.