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B and Bs in Cromarty

Cromarty Old Brewery
Cromarty Training Centre
Burnside Place

Cromarty
Highlands

IV11 8XQ | View map

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The Cromarty Centre is a restored and converted 18th Century Brewery. Bed and breakfast or self catering holiday accommodation is available. The historic, conservation town of Cromarty is ‘the jewel of the Black Isle’, and one of the most beautiful small towns in the Highlands. Set by the sea, it has a special atmosphere, with pubs, cafes, shops and museums amongst Georgian merchants' houses and fishermen’s cottages.This idyllic Highland location offers the best environment for your holiday. We guarantee a warm welcome, and a friendly and flexible service, fine-tuned to your particular requirements.Catering is tailored to requirements, including wholefood and vegetarian choices. Standard options involve: continental breakfast, soup & sandwich lunch, two course evening meal, and refreshments as required.We also provide excellent facilities for conferences, training, meetings and other events, with catering services and residential accommodation. It is the perfect base for learning and relaxation. The Cromarty Training Centre is a no-smoking building throughout.

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