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Cromarty • Dates • Guests

Cromarty cottages

7 properties found

Nigg, The Highlands

Highland Hot Tub Retreat 2

2112

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7 nights

£861 - £1,596

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Nigg, The Highlands

Highland Hot Tub Retreat 1

2112

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7 nights

£861 - £1,596

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Black Isle, The Highlands

Driftwood - Cromarty

2111

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7 nights

£478 - £720

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Nigg, The Highlands

Highland Hot Tub Retreat 3

4212

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7 nights

£840 - £1,530

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Nigg, The Highlands

Highland Hot Tub Retreat 4

4212

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7 nights

£840 - £1,530

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Tain (8mls S), The Highlands

Pitcalzean House - Tain

321283

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7 nights

£5,676 - £7,881

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Black Isle , The Highlands

Old Laurel Cottage

6313

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7 nights

£536 - £893

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Cromarty

Located off the beaten track, our holiday cottages in Cromarty enjoy a tranquil setting at the tip of the peninsula known as the Black Isle. This beautiful little Highland town has earned the title of the 'most attractive town on the east coast of Scotland' and it's easy to see why. Grand Georgian merchant houses sit alongside characterful fishermen’s cottages – in fact, there are an astonishing 209 listed buildings to admire! Look out for the lighthouse built by the uncle of Robert Louis Stevenson, a charming medieval parish church, and the thatched cottage birthplace of 19th-century geologist, Hugh Miller. There’s also an award-winning museum, a great choice of shops and places to eat, and a working harbour from which you can enjoy boat trips in the summer months.

Cromarty Beach is a highlight of the town, a mixture of sand and shingle backed by cliffs which have been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Extremely rare fossil fish were once found in the cliffs by Hugh Miller which can be observed in the town’s museum. Those who stay in our Cromarty cottages can also enjoy a variety of local walks and spot a wealth of wildlife such as red kites, swallows and bottlenose dolphins. Discover our collection of self-catering accommodation in Cromarty and make the most of this well-preserved historic town.