Traditional Farm Cottage Self Catering Holiday Accommodation, Ross-Shire
Traditional Farm Cottage Self Catering Holiday Accommodation, Ross-Shire
Self Catering Traditional Farm Cottage Holiday Accommodation, Ross-Shire, Highlands of Scotland
The farm itself sits high on the glacial ridge of the Moray Firth. From your window and the garden of the cottage you will see, beyond the barley and wheat fields, the firth itself. Look south and you will feel as though you are towering above Fort George on the other side of the Firth. Built after the '1745' as a garrison for 1600 infantry and artillery, it is still in use.
Slightly to the west of the Fort on your side of the firth is Chanonry Point. As well as the eighteen-hole golf course the most popular attraction nowadays to Chanonry Point is undoubtedly the prospect of seeing some of the bottlenose dolphins, which inhabit this corner of the Moray Firth. This area is genuinely an important centre for learning for marine biologists. There are an estimated 100 dolphins in the area. They reside here all the year round and can often be seen from the shore around the lighthouse. The beach in Rosemarkie is popular, sandy and has a swing-park, tennis courts and a cafe nearby. Neighbouring Fortrose has a modern, well equipped leisure centre as well as a Horse riding centre, Museum, and other attractions.

Traditional Farm Cottage Self Catering Holiday Accommodation, Ross-Shire
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The Black Isle is not short of a pub or two. In fact Rosemarkie itself has a couple, the Plough and the Crofters. Both serve bar meals. Further on in Fortrose, Avoch and Cromarty there is a range of pubs and restaurants for you to choose from.

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands is only 25 minutes away. There is a range of pubs, clubs, cinemas and leisure facilities available there.
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