Scorrielea Self Catering
Scorrielea Self Catering Accomodation is a small family run business in the village of Fortrose in Ross & Cromarty. Located on the Black Isle peninsula, its main attraction is its close vicinity to the best beach-side viewing point for the famous bottle nose dolphins of the Moray Firth less than a mile's walk away.
The Byre: a modern apartment sleeping 2/4, has been created in the original stables (byre) of the farmhouse and is available for weekly and short lets. (Minumum stay 2 nights). Set in a private garden with patio and parking area.
Fortrose (Scottish Gaelic: A' Chananaich) is a burgh in the Scottish Highlands, located on the Moray Firth, approximately ten kilometres north east of Inverness. The town is known for its ruined 13th century cathedral, and as the home of the Brahan Seer. Fortrose shares a golf course with Rosemarkie. Set on the Chanonry Ness the course stretches out into the Moray Firth and offers good views of Fort George. The course is shown in the main photo above.
The Barn Conversion is a modern apartment created from the original cowshed/stables (byre) of Scorrielea farmhouse. Situated in its own private garden overlooking farmland, The Byre is within walking distance of sandy beaches, and the 18 hole golf course and beachside dolphin viewpoint.