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Ballyskelly Lodge
Property: 3138 Highland

Ballyskelly Lodge - lodge


Visit Scotland: 3 star

Sleeps: 6 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

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  • Uninterrupted panoramic views of the Cromarty Firth and the Ben Wyvis mountain range.

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This superior roomy accommodation is situated on the Black Isle, 7 miles from Cromarty, 20 from Inverness and 13 from Dingwall.

The local attractions in the historic town of Cromarty include the Courthouse, Hugh Miller's home and organised Dolphin boat trips. In nearby Fortrose and Rosemarkie are extensive beach facilities, the peninsular for observing dolphins and the Groam House Pictish museum.

There are several good restaurants in the local area and a full range in Inverness and Dingwall. The nearest distillery visitor centres are at Muir of Ord (Glen Ord), Invergordon (Dalmore) and Tain(Glenmorangie), all excellent malt Whiskies.

For golfers, the lodge is an ideal central location with at least 11 quality Highland courses (including the championship courses of Royal Dornoch and Nairn) within a 45 minute drive.

There are local walking and bike trails throughout the Black Isle with extensive forest and coastal walks close by. Also, there is a renowned bird watching area at Udale Bay.

The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, conservatory, a sitting room with TV, DVD player and CD/Radio Hi Fi, large twin bedroom, double bedroom with en suite bathroom, bedroom with bunk beds and a second bathroom with shower.

Also, there is a sun deck at the front of the lodge and French doors to a secluded rear terrace. There is a large private garden with adequate room for a children's play area.

The lodge, which is electric throughout, has special insulation, making it ideal for winter breaks.

Up to 2 dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.

There is a storage shed for bicycles with barbeque as required.

A welcome pack can be provided by arrangement.



This property appears courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk

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dining room
dining room
kitchen
kitchen
twin bed room
twin bed room
view to cromarty firth
view to cromarty firth


Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: Yes. up to 2 dogs by arrangement - enclosed private garden
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. All linen and towels are included in the price. Choice of feather or polyester bedding

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Electric

Open Fire: No. 

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Garden shed for storage of bicycles, golf clubs etc. Enclosed large garden. Outdoor seating on deck area.

Local Services: Nearest towns are 7 miles with shop, pubs and restaurants.



Standard Rates

The lodge is normally rented on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday.

Rates are £350.00 in Low Season to £450.00 per week Saturday to Saturday in July, August and September, the High Season.

Short breaks available upon request.




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Directions

From Inverness go North on A9, after the Kessock Bridge turn right to Munlochy B9161. Through Munlochy, turn right to Fortrose and Rosemarkie (A832). After Rosemarkie, follow the signs for Cromarty until you see and take a left turn to Balblair (B9160).

After 3.8 miles (when you start to see the Cromarty firth in front of you) our turning is on the right ( 2 telegraph poles at end of drive).

If you get to a right turn to Cromarty, you have gone too far.




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