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Self-Catering in Fortrose

Chanonry Cottage

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Situated in Fortrose on the Black Isle Chanonry Cottage is in a convenient location, ideally suited for those that wish immediate access the amenities of the town. With the Baker right next door you can enjoy breakfast with fresh rolls and bread. Just along the High Street there is a local produce farm shop, post office, chemist, small supermarket and a variety of small shops. Eating out of enjoying a drink is also very convenient with a pub and a couple of restaurants on your doorstep.
Fortrose is a small town which became very popular in the Victoria era as a seaside retreat. There is an 18 hole links golf course and is renowned as one of the main places in the country for spotting the resident Bottle Nose Dolphins of the Moray Firth.
The cottage itself is located on the main High Street of the town. It is suitable for a couple and has one bedroom, with shower room and wc ensuite and open plan living area with a lounge and kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped and has everything required for a comfortable self catering stay. Living area kitchen with breakfast bar eating area. Electric oven and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, fridge & washing machine. The lounge area has corner unit seating, coffee table, flat panel TV and DVD player. Bedroom double bed, built in wardrobe, beside cabinet with lamps and alarm clock radio.

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