Flowerburn Holiday Homes
Rosemarkie, Ross-shire, The Highlands
Flowerburn Holiday Homes are situated near the ancient village of Rosemarkie in Ross-shire. Our self catering cottages and lodges offer a comfortable, modern base to explore all that the Black Isle and the Scottish Highlands has to offer.
Callachy CottageFlowerburn offers fantastic views across the Moray Firth and across to Ben Rinnes, but only at Callachy Cottage can you enjoy the views from the comfort of a conservatory. Like the other properties, it’s nice and cosy thanks to the gas central heating – but unlike the others, it also has a solid fuel stove in the lounge that you can gather around if there’s a chill in the air. The cottage sleeps four in the two bedrooms upstairs, with a twin room and a double room, with queen size bed. As well as a bathroom with full sized bath and shower, there’s a small downstairs toilet and utility room with freezer and washer/dryer.
The LodgesOur Scandinavian style lodges have a large, open plan space, with kitchen, dining area and living room all opening onto a balcony which overlooks the grounds of, the now gone, Flowerburn House. The mature trees including Copper Beech, Monkey Puzzle, Cypress and Yew – together with mass Rhododenerons and Azaleas provide a lovely rural setting, especially in May and June when the flowers are in bloom.
The Lodges are equipped with a washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave and ‘fridge with an ice box. All the crockery and cutlery you are likely to need is provided and if something you want isn’t there we will try to provide it. The bedrooms, a double and a twin, sleep four and a Z-bed can be provided for a fifth person. Bed linen is included and towels can be hired if requested. The bathroom has a small bath with an electric shower over it. A shaver socket is provided.
Local AreaLooking for action? If you’re into walking or mountain biking, there’s plenty of paths and trails within easy reach. Time it right and you could take a run down the slopes at Aviemore – around 40 miles away. If you’re into riding – whether horses or quad bikes – the Broomhill Riding Centre is close by. For the adventurous hill climber, there’s Ben Wyvis, with spectacular views across the north of Scotland. And for the less adventurous climbers, there’s the gondola up Aonach Mor.
If you’re a history buff, take a walk down the pictish trail and travel back in time to 600AD. See the ruins at Redcastle, which dates back to the twelfth century. Take a look at Fort George, built to pacify the Highlands after the 1745 Jacobite rising. Or, visit Cromarty House, the 18th century home built on the site of the old castle of the earls of Ross.
If it’s your first time in Scotland (and even if it isn’t), you can listen to a traditional pipe band at Beauly, visit a Highland Games or even take a trip to Loch Ness to see Nessie. Play a round at the Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Course (part of the James Braid Golf Trail), then have a round in the Plough Inn, the historic Rosemarkie pub. For foodies, there are plenty of restaurants around the area, serving the amazing local produce.
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Rates: From £275 to £565 per week depending on season.
Maximum of 4 people.
Children are welcome.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.
Off street parking.
3 Star Visit Scotland.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Pets Accepted
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire
More InformationVisit the accommodation owner's website.
Flowerburn Holiday Homes Website
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