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Crofters - Bright, Seaside Studio
SUPERHOST
Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Crofters - Bright, Seaside StudioRecently fully refurbished to a very high standard, this studio apartment offers a great deal of flexibility in a unique location. Bright, enclosed, private studio apartment close to the beach and all the amenities that the village of Rosemarkie has to offer, such as golf, stunning walks and a beach suitable for swimming, paddle boarding etc. Located in the grounds of Crofters Restaurant and within easy walking distance of convenience store, shops and a museum.

Gorgeous Rosemarkie Cottage
Entire cottage · 4 guests · 3 beds · 2 baths

Gorgeous Rosemarkie CottageRoineval is a charming stone built cottage dating back to 1880. A former ironmongers store beautifully renovated in to spacious and bright family home. It is situated on the main street of the tranquil seaside village of Rosemarkie on the famous Black isle. The fabulous Rosemarkie Beach is 2 mins walk away. Ideally placed for exploring the Highlands with the Inverness only 25 minutes drive away.

The Dolphin Annexe @The Mended Drum, Fortrose.
SUPERHOST
Entire guest suite · 4 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

The Dolphin Annexe @The Mended Drum, Fortrose.Hi, we are Guthrie & Horst. We enjoy meeting people. Guthrie is local to the Highlands & can advise on local sights & attractions. Horst speaks German. A short walk along the 46th best listed secret beach in UK leads to Chanonry Point and our resident Dolphins. The Annexe overlooks Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Course, the 15th oldest course in the world & as you sit on your terrace you can see the sea and the sound of the waves. We look forward to welcoming you to the fascinating Black Isle.

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Popular amenities for Rosemarkie vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Eddirdail - walking distance to dolphin spotting
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Applegrove, perfect 2 bed bungalow, Fortrose
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Chanonry Point, Black Isle
  1. Entire rental unit
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Stunning apartment close to beach
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Rosemarkie home with a view
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The Anderson Lucky Dip
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Rosemarkie Seaside Holiday Home
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Double room with ensuite close to beach
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  1. Entire guest suite
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Seagolf Lodge
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  1. Entire guest suite
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The Chanonry Bolthole: now sleeps 3 with breakfast
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The Garden Room, Hawk Hill
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Top-rated things to do in Rosemarkie

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  • Scenic Bike Tour of Inverness
    We ride along the River Ness. We will see the oldest trees and the non native trees grow on the Ness islands. We stop briefly at Inverness Botanical Gardens a hidden gem prior to arriving onto the world famous Caledonian Canal before stopping at the bridges and learning about the stairway locks, leaving the Canal we go through the only Nature Reserve in the Highlands the Merkinch Nature Reserve, riding along the reserve sea wall we have the chance of seeing the most northerly pod of Bottlenose Dolphins. Joining the River Ness again heading upstream towards Inverness finishing with views of the city skyline and oldest churches in Inverness before returning to the City. Other things to note This is a adults only tour, 13 years and above. Guests must be able to cycle a bike. The tour is on the flat so not to energetic. Height restrictions are 4 foot 9 and above. We meet 15 minutes prior to the tour start time to fit the bike and helmet to your comfort.
    From Price:$44/person
  • Croft family dining experience
    We welcome you with drinks and a roaring fire in our croft home lounge with stunning views! After a wee chat and getting to know each other we can sit in our dining room ( or outdoor eating area weather permitting where we will enjoy a delicious 3 course meal using our amazing local suppliers and artisan producers. After dinner/lunch you will be regaled with stories of Scottish life and culture around our outdoor firepit or indoor fire ( again weather permitting). There is often scottish folk music if there has been enough whisky tasting!! And you can leave when you're ready! Transport to and from our croft can be arranged if required. Other things to note Let us know if you need transport and if you have any special dietary requirements!
    From Price:$113/person
  • Sunset at an ancient fort site
    This is a chance to experience a sunset high up at the old hill fort known as Craig Phadrig above the Beauly Firth. It’s an evening start as we need to meet up and drive the short distance to the area and climb to the top for the sunset - but it will all be worth it! At the location I will help in you getting the best from your camera and ensure you take some super sunset shots, we'l then have a picnic of shortbread and coffee. The walk is around 1.5 hours there and back with time at the top it's normally 2 hours covering around 3km with a short ascent to the top. But we take it at your pace and with incredible scenery we stop for plenty of photos as we catch our breath on the way up! You do need to be prepared for windy and chilly weather, even in summer and it may mean that our picnic is a speedy one, or we have it lower down the hill once we have seen the sunset. In the case of rain we may not be able to see a sunset, but the tour will still go ahead as it's still a great walk! Other things to note Guests need to have a moderate level of fitness and the ability to walk a hilly 3 miles. Please ONLY consider this tour if your health allows for this kind of activity.
    From Price:$32/person
  • Sunrise at a Magical Location
    Ths is a chance to experience a sunrise high up at the monument known as Cnoc Fyrish above the Cromarty Firth. Its a very early start as we need to drive out to the area and climb to the top for the sunrise - but it will all be worth it! At the monument I will help in you getting the best from your camera and ensure you take some super sunrise shots, we'l then have a picnic of shortbread and coffee. The walk is around 2.5 hours there and back with time at the top it's normally 3 hours covering around 4km with a challanging 300m ascent. But we take it at your pace and with incredible views the whole way, we stop for plenty of photos as we catch our breath on the way up! You do need to be prepared for windy and chilly weather, even in summer and it may mean that our picnic is a speedy one, or we have it lower down the hill once we have seen the sunrise. In the case of rain we may not be able to see a sunrise, but the tour will still go ahead. Other things to note Guests need to have a moderate level of fitness and the ability to walk a hilly 5 miles. Please ONLY consider this tour if your health allows for this kind of activity.
    From Price:$79/person
  • Spectacular Waterfall secluded places
    We'll meet at my house in Inverness and drive to the start of our hike through native woodland over a single track road that borders the shore of Loch Ness. We'll then walk down through the forest navigating through the trails to enable the best views of the falls. On the way I'll chat about the history of the location and its connection with Robbie Burns, pointing out some of the hidden inscriptions and poems found on rocks as we walk to the lookout areas for the falls. We'll then head further down through the trails and wonderful scenery as I explain more about the ecology of the area and we'll keep our eyes peeled for deer, red squirrel and if we're really lucky we may see signs of Otters, eventually we'll emerge on the banks of Loch Ness where a certain beastie lives. We head along the shoreline to discover some of the old abandoned huts and climb up to a hidden monument that overlooks the loch. We continue through old burial grounds, stopping at the disused bridge for more photos, and a view up along the lower falls river. Returning gently back up through the forest and gorge to the top where we will have a well-deserved cake and coffee/tea in the Waterfall Cafe. Other things to note Guests need to have a moderate level of fitness and the ability to walk a good 3 miles. Please ONLY consider this tour if your health allows for this kind of activity.
    From Price:$68/person

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