Flowerburn Holiday Homes Black Isle accommodation offers unique and comfortable self-catering accommodation in the Scottish Highlands. Just 20 minutes from Inverness, the Black Isle is a distinct little world in the heart of the Highlands. The Black Isle peninsula, 25 miles long and 6 miles wide, is surrounded by the Cromarty, Moray and Beauly Firths. From here, you can tour the whole of the Highlands. In close proximity are legendary attractions such as Loch Ness, Loch Maree, Eilean Donan, Dunrobin and Urquhart Castles. Alternatively, hop a ferry to the Western and Northern Isles to explore further afield. Or stay right here and enjoy the activities and attractions of the Black Isle itself.
Black Isle Accommodation: Rooms with a View
Our Black Isle accommodation provides fantastic views over the Moray Firth, famed for its bottlenose dolphins. We offer 5 properties: Callachy Cottage and four additional alpine-style Lodges. Sited in a rural location, the properties, are built on a rise giving glorious views over the firth below. Clustered together among mature trees, the Lodges offer a peaceful setting. Placed in a private location, Callachy Cottage, offers more spacious accommodation and additional views directly overlooking Fort George and Chanonry point. The view stretches to Ben Rinnes some 40 miles away.
Black Isle Accommodation: Let Your Adventure Begin
Flowerburn Holiday Homes gives you special access to the Black Isle’s wild spaces. Directly behind the Lodges, the Millbuie Forest offers miles of tracks and paths. Enjoy woodland walks, perhaps with your canine companion, and a direct route to the Learnie Red Rocks mountain bike trails to get your heart racing.
Flowerburn is your gateway to the wide range of activities and attractions of the Black Isle. There’s so much to see and do! First of all, dolphin watching at Chanonry Point and golfing at one of the many excellent local courses. In addition, there’s playing in the sand at Rosemarkie Beach and fossil hunting at Eathie Beach. Moreover, the Black Isle’s fertile farm land results in fantastic local food and produce, some of which finds its way into some of Britain’s best craft brews. A bona fide localvore’s paradise, visitors will love the fresh local fare available throughout the region. Finally, our Black Isle accommodation is close to many local heritage sites and attractions such as the Munlochy Clootie Well and Fyrish Monument.
What are you waiting for? Take a break from the noise and the rush and the smog. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and charm of the Scottish Highlands while not compromising one bit on home comforts.