Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday cottage in Invergordon - Osprey Cottage
1 bedroom cottage to sleep 2 by the shores of the Cromarty Firth
'Osprey Cottage' is situated by the shores of the Cromarty Firth, this spacious detached property, adjacent to owners' home, has been renovated and furnished to a high standard. The property is just a few meters from the shoreline. It makes it the ideal place for bird watching. The owners also have a small bird 'hide' available for guests to use with beach access. The many tourist attractions in the area are all within a short drive. Beaches, distilleries, golf courses, castles and RSPB reserves.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with slate floor, a well equipped kitchen / dining room with beamed ceiling and slate / oak flooring. Spacious living room, partly open plan with beamed ceiling and oak flooring with an outlook over the Cromarty firth. Double bedroom with 5' bed, beamed ceiling and oak flooring. Shower room with toilet, hand basin, walk in shower and oak flooring.
Nature and bird watching: The local area is rich in both bird and animal life, the Cromarty Firth is a haven for migrating wildfowl and waders in the spring and autumn. The firth also plays host to bottle-nose dolphins and various dolphin watching trips set sail from Cromarty and Inverness. They can also be viewed from Chanonry Point on the Black Isle. From April to September Ospreys fish along the foreshore of Nigg Bay adjacent to the cottage. The owners also have a small bird hide at the bottom of their garden that you are free to use when you are staying at the cottage.
The RSPB also have birde hides located at Nigg and Udal bays. www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/n/niggbay/index.aspx
Dolphin watching trips from Cromarty. www.ecoventures.co.uk
- not suitable for children
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
Beautiful cottage. Weather was kind to us and we managed to go out every day. Wonderful scenery.
Distilleries warmed us up on the colder days.