Dingwall, said to be the Viking capital of Scotland and home to the real Macbeth, has much to offer. Protected by mountains we enjoy a warmer, dryer climate than most of Scotland and the mountains also provide gorgeous scenery. A common sight in winter is sun, snow and
Great location. Nice little town within a couple of minutes walk but tucked away down a side street. Also a couple of minutes from lovely waterside walks. Owners very accommodating. Tasteful, comforta… More
Thanks for the review. Everyone is saying that about the photos. We will try to get some better ones! Hope to see you again and for longer next time.
“The Sheriff's Lodge, The Old Dingwall Courthouse, Dingwall”
Reviewed 10 May 2017
Comfortable, functional, clean, carpeted and well-decorated accommodation for me and my wife. Spacious lounge and main bedroom. Good internet. Easy access to west and north coasts by train or car; by … More
We have tried our best to be honest about the layout as we don't want any of our guests to feel disappointed when they arrive. We apologise if you expected an en suite or a king sized bed. We have now updated our photos to include a floor plan so any future guests can see the exact layout of the property. The property is nearly 200 years old and unfortunately doesn't lend itself to ensuites or large bathrooms. All our other guests have found the separate toilet and shower room useful. The main bedroom is spacious allowing room for a travel cot for anyone travelling with a little one and the kitchen has everything required to enjoy your stay even a slow cooker so dinner can be cooking while you are out enjoying those beautiful views.
Light and spacious converted barn dating from 1730........ but with the benefit of free wi-fi! Set in a peaceful semi rural location 2 miles from local amenities. This is the perfect spot to explore the whole of the Northern Highlands: 20 minutes NW of Inverness, and
The accommodation is very well laid out, it has all the important items for a great holiday
including a washer/dryer always necessary in Scotland especially when out walking. As it is located just … More
Thanks for your kind words and for taking the time to pass them on to others. I agree that a washer/dryer is a basic necessity when on holiday, and was determined that each of the cottages should have its own one, as well as an outside drying area for the many 'better' days we enjoy up here! M
Newly refurbished apartment on two floors, set in the old part of this historic market town. The apartment includes large kitchen,dining,lounge area. There are two bedrooms with two single in each, There are two shower rooms. The kitchen includes hob,oven,fridge freeze
Apartment 64a, is a self catering let for up to 2 adults and can be found on the High Street in Dingwall, Highlands, Scotland. The apartment is on the first floor with views onto Church Street. A central, but quiet spot close to restaurants, shops and the train station.
Osprey Cottage is a pretty semi-detached cottage situated in tranquil wooded grounds in the hamlet of Alcaig, ideally positioned for accessing the best of the Scottish Highlands.
The cottage features stunning views of the Cromarty Firth with the mountains of Easter Ros