Short Breaks in Ross & Cromarty
The Ross and Cromarty region lies in the north-west of Scotland and encompasses some of the most beautiful scenery in the Highlands and Islands. This stunning landscape includes mountainous regions such as the Torridon Hills that take in the mountains of Beinn Eighe, Liathach, Beinn Alligin and Beinn Dearg, as well as unspoilt islands and beaches on its rugged Atlantic coast.
Ross and Cromarty is sparsely populated and relies on fishing, farming, whisky distilling and tourism for its income. It is an excellent destination for those who wish to find some tranquility away from the crowds. The Glenmorangie Whisky Distillery at Tain offers fascinating tours around the distillery and is a favourite with whisky connoisseurs. Dotted through Ross and Cromarty are many places of historical interest, among them are the Cathedral of Fortrose, the early Christian settlement of St Maelrubha in Applecross, numerous ancient Pictish stones and the chapel of St Duthus in Tain.
The Black Isles, the Isle of Lewis, the Crowling Islands, the Isle of Ewe and the Summer Isles are just some of the magical islands off the coast and a wide choice of boat trips offer an excellent way to explore them. Seals, porpoises, otters, puffins and dolphins are seen round these waters.
A modern detached bungalow, close to the seashore with private beach access, near Gairloch
- Magnificent views over the sea
- Raasay just 80 yards from the seashore
- Cot available for baby
- Parking space for 2 cars by the house
- Boat trips available nearby
A luxury contemporary holiday home in Achiltibuie
- Luxury contemporary holiday house
- Stunning Scottish location
- Wheelchair access
- Sea views
- Off road parking for 3 cars
Traditional frontier style log cabin
- children's outdoor play areas
- ideal for walking and fishing
- set in 5 acres of grass and woodland
Bungalow in stunning nature reserve location.
- Excellent for wildlife watching
- magnificent scenery
- off-road parking