Ivydene, Cromarty

Holiday Cottage: 5836 Highland

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This charming terraced townhouse on a peaceful square in the original part of this quaint fishing village is one of the oldest properties in the village.

It was totally re-fitted in 2007 to provide an exceptionally comfortable, deceptively spacious and well-appointed modern home within the traditional listed exterior.

There is an enclosed rear patio area. The house can comfortably accommodate eight guests in four bedrooms. There is a spacious and airy kitchen come dining room and a separate comfortable and cosy lounge.

The 18th Century vernacular conservation town of Cromarty is at the point of the fertile Black Isle peninsula, famous for its favourable micro-climate and clean sandy beaches. It has a vibrant local community who welcome guests from all over the country. There are coast and countryside walks, eco-tourism cruises to see the famous Moray Firth Dolphins, sea angling, golf courses and quiet roads for cycling.

Local shops, inns, the pier and beach are all within short walking distance and all around are lovely views of the Cromarty Firth and Easter Ross mountains.

The town has slipway facilities and the sheltered waters offer good sailing. This is an ideal base for exploring north to John o'Groats, south to Loch Ness or west to Gairloch and the rugged West Highlands. Inverness is a half hour drive.

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Sleeps:   8
Bedrooms:   4
Cot Available:   Yes
Disabled Facilities: No.

Linen Provided: Yes.
All bed linen, towels, and tea towels.
Pets Allowed: Yes.
Please telephone when booking if you wish to bring more than two pets.
Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil
Open Fire: No.

Smoking Allowed: No.

Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
Secluded yard and patio are to the rear.
Local Services: Post office, bakery, small supermarket, police station, hotel with public bar, pub, two coffee shops.

By car Cromarty is just over 20 miles north east of Inverness.

Follow the A9 north over the Kessock Bridge (over the Moray Firth):
Turn right onto B9161 to Munlochy. Drive through Munlochy and turn right onto A832 and follow this through to Cromarty. You will pass through the small towns of Avoch (pronounced 'och), Fortrose, and Rosemarkie.

Drive down into the town of Cromarty and turn left at the second turning - you will drive into Allan Square and Ivydene is the second house on the right.
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Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

Low Season (November - March): £350.00 per week.
Mid Season (April/May/Oct): £500.00 per week.
High Season & Holidays (June - September, Easter, Xmas & New Year): £650.00 per week.

There is a returnable housekeeping deposit of £50.00 to cover breakages and spills.

Open all year.
Guests are encouraged to arrive after 4pm and depart before 10.00 to ensure the house is thoroughly cleaned between visits.

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