Dingwall

Dingwall, sitting at the head of the Cromarty Firth, is a town with a long and rich history dating back to beyond the times when it was a Norse settlement.  Dingwall was made a Royal Burgh in 1226 and the local area is steeped in history.  The town is a good base for exploring the nearby Black Isle and the central Highlands.

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  • Assynt House

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    Assynt House

    Highlands and Skye (6 miles from Dingwall)

    Sleeps up to 14

    Assynt House is a beautifully appointed holiday house awarded 5 Stars from Visit Scotland. With luxury accommodation for fourteen in seven bedrooms which are all en-suite, this country house is an ideal base to explore the Highlands of Scotland, conveniently located 45 minutes drive from Inverness

  • Glencarron Lodge

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    Glencarron Lodge

    Highlands and Skye (35 miles from Dingwall)

    Sleeps up to 18

    Set in 12,000 acres of West Highlands, traditional, yet fully modernised, Victorian Shooting lodge. Sleeps 21 persons in 11 bedrooms. Modern kitchen. Central heating. Large lounge and dining rooms, games rooms, five bathrooms, shower room. Stalking/fishing in season. Photo-stalking all year.

  • Stalker's Cottage

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    Stalker's Cottage

    Highlands and Skye (35 miles from Dingwall)

    Sleeps up to 8

    Beautiful four bedroom Scottish Highlands cottage located on the 12,000 acre Glencarron Estate near Lochcarron. Stag Lodge comfortably sleeps up to eight and is both pet and family friendly. The cottage is perfect for relaxing or activity holidays at any time of the year.

  • Glenuaig Lodge

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    Glenuaig Lodge

    Highlands and Skye (40 miles from Dingwall)

    Sleeps up to 8

    Glenuaig Lodge is the only property situated in a remote glen some five miles up a hill road. Towering mountains stretch either side of the glen for 6 miles. The emptiness of the glen, combined with the beautifully modernised, four bedroom, three public room, lodge make the location truly unique.