Historic Tain is the ideal base for your Highland get-away. The North Coast 500 and the North Highland Way both pass the doorstep for those keen on cycling and walking. For the golfers we are a short distance to the Royal Dornoch Golf Course as well as having our own 120 year old Tom Morris designed course. The historians among you will love Tain and the surrounding areas for the Pictish Trails, and the Tain Through Time museum will tell of these and The 15th century Pilgrimages. The beautiful beaches of Dornoch, Portmahomack and the Seaboard villages are always worth a visit, you might even see a dolphin or two! The Granny Flat at St Mary's is a self contained one bedroom flat with parking in our driveway. The flat has its own entrance to the side of the building and you'll find a kitchen, bathroom, and a bedroom suitable for two adults. The kitchen is fully equipped with all modern appliances. As we are busy out and about every morning we can offer bread, cereals, tea and coffee for you to help yourself at your own leisure. The bathroom has a shower with a steam facility and a roll top bath to relax in. It also has a pulley so you can hang up your washing at the end of your busy day. We can provide a lockable area for your bicycles if required, please let us know if we can help or provide anything else.
“James's accommodation is clean and very comfortable. It is very well connected, has a Lidl 2 minutes walk and the main road 1 minute by car. James is very kind and detailed, I leave several food and drink items in the fridge.”
Large detached Studio Bungalow on the banks of the Dornoch Firth. Only 1 mile by car from Tain & 15 minute walk to the town. All mod cons with a 50 inch television. Outstanding location with beautiful views. Pets welcome.
“A great place to spend a few days. Great views and a stylish space. Lovely walk along the coastline into town. Fantastic and very friendly hosts made this a very enjoyable stay. The house is well equipped and clean with some nice touches. The kitchen sink in the bathroom is a bit strange! The space is large enough in the kitchen area that a sink could have been incorporated and still kept the stylish appearance. It is the only compromise in an otherwise superb property.”
Small guesthouse formerly called Am Freiceadan Dubh, being the Gaelic translation for Black Watch House, situated in the centre of Tain. Within walking distance of the train station, with Tain Golf Course and Glenmorangie Distillery nearby as well as being on the scenic North Coast 500 route, it is the ideal place to start exploring the Highlands of Scotland. A warm and friendly welcome awaits everybody.
“The room at Audrey's place was great and had everything I needed. Audrey was very welcoming and accommodating. Great breakfast facilities. I particularly appreciated the fridge for my packed lunches.”