Ross and Cromarty Cottages
Choose a self-catering holiday in the north of Scotland, in Ross and Cromarty. A stay in a remote or secluded cottage or log cabin can calm you down and restore a love of life. Rent a coastal cottage where the waves lull you to sleep at night, or in an attractive pine lodge set within woodland surrounded by birdsong and wild flowers. A cottage break of a week or more in Ross and Cromarty promises real relaxation amidst stunning natural beauty.
The historic districts of Ross-shire and Cromartyshire and lie within the Highlands, an area of Scotland that attracts holidaymakers in their thousands because of its landscapes, mountainous scenery, hills, the North Sea on the east and the Atlantic Ocean on the west. Which self-catering cottage would you choose to stay in?
Ross-shire being the larger of the two counties includes Lewis and most of Ross and Cromarty on the Scottish mainland. For cottage holidays, stay in the Black Isle, which includes the town of Cromarty. Visit Black Isle castles Castlecraig, Redcastle, and Kilcoy Castle during your break.
Taking a holiday in the warmth and security of a snug cottage assures a break from hectic day to day life. Perhaps visit Gairloch Marine Wildlife Centre and Cruises, located near Charlestown, which is also connected with railway stations? Another popular place of interest in this county is Nigg Bay Bird Sanctuary, which is managed by Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Our Area Guide provides more information about self catering breaks in Ross and Cromarty and northern Scotland.