Flowerburn Holiday Homes are situated near Rosemarkie on the Black Isle, just 25 minutes drive from Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland. The cottages occupy an elevated position and have clear views over the Moray Firth, renowned for its population of Bottle-nosed dolphins. Chanonry Point is widely regarded as the best viewing point from which to observe these magnificent creatures and this can be found just three miles from Flowerburn Holiday Homes. Boat trips to view the dolphins can be taken from Avoch, Cromarty or Inverness and they have a good success rate in finding them.
The Black Isle and surrounding area is a delight for lovers of wildlife and the pine woods behind the properties provide opportunities to see red squirrels in the habitat. Buzzards and Red Kite can often be seen soaring above the farmland and pine martens have been spotted in the woodland to the rear. Guests have even reported seeing pine marten eating food left out for the birds on the balconies of the lodges. Take a walk along nearby Rosemarkie beach and you may see otters by the Rosemarkie and Learnie Burns. There are a range of forest walks from the doorstep, many linking with the Black Isles paths network. Please visit our website for more information about these. Flowerburn Holiday Homes comprises of two self catering holiday cottages and a collection of lodges. Callachy Cottage sleeps four in two bedrooms, one double and one twin, and enjoys views to Ben Rinnes about 40 miles away. Hopefield Cottage sleeps six in three bedrooms and is set on its own, 500 metres away from the other homes with uninterrupted views of the Moray Firth. Finally, the lodges sleep four in two bedrooms, a double and a twin. The combined kitchen, living and dining area opens out onto the balcony. Again, further details can be found on our website.
Short breaks may be available throughout the year, please contact us for availability.
Short breaks may be available, please call to enquire.