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Torgorm No 3

Conon Bridge, The Highlands
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Working farm
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • This lovely holiday home is just 3 miles from Dingwall
  • Perfect for exploring the spectacular Ross-shire countryside
  • Discover Ben Wyvis and the Cromarty Firth, home of bottle-nosed dolphins
  • An ideal base for families, keen walkers, cyclists and nature-lovers
  • Set on a working farm close to Conon Bridge
  • A beautifully furnished and tastefully decorated cottage in beautiful surroundings
Property code: CA388

Set on a working farm and offering spectacular views of Moray Firth, this welcoming holiday cottage offers comfortable accommodation for a family looking to explore this magical part of Scotland.

Surrounded by breathtaking Ross-shire countryside, this beautifully-presented property is perfect for family getaways. Set on a working farm, the cottage enjoys views towards Ben Wyvis and the Cromarty Firth, with wonderful walks on the doorstep and the modern city of Inverness just 12.5 miles away. After a long and tiring day, return to this spacious cottage for a cosy night in the open-plan living area or an al fresco dinner on the patio.

Finished to an impeccable standard, this spacious property boasts light and airy rooms, wooden flooring, oak furniture and tasteful neutral decor.

Downstairs, a fabulous open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is the perfect space for entertaining. Many hands can make light work of mealtimes in the oak fitted kitchen, which offers ample preparation space and is fitted with a large range oven. Dine at the oak table nearby before sinking into the fantastic sofas in the lounge area beyond, where you will find a TV, stereo system and plenty of games to keep you entertained. Also on the ground floor are two twin bedrooms with an interconnecting door, perfect for children, plus a bathroom with large separate shower and handy utility room for drying off those muddy boots.

Heading upstairs, the king-size bedroom is located in the eaves of this cottage and benefits from plenty of space, light and an en-suite shower room.

Outside, a patio area with garden furniture enjoys breathtaking views across spectacular countryside as far as the eye can see. With a lawn beyond, this is the perfect place to enjoy an al fresco glass of wine while children play safely nearby. There is a handy shed for storing bikes.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 double, 2 twins
  • 2 bathrooms – 1 shower room with shower and WC, 1 en-suite bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC
  • American-style fridge with icemaker, dishwasher, oven and hob, freezer, microwave, washing machine and tumble dryer
  • TV; DVD and CD players
  • Central heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed garden with patio and furniture
  • Parking for 3 cars
  • Shed for storing bikes
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Dingwall 4 miles
  • Inverness 12 miles

Located on a working farm, this property offers a true escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With spectacular country views, it is an excellent choice for families in search of a peaceful getaway with plenty of fresh air guaranteed. Set out on foot to explore the surrounding Scottish countryside or pop into the local village of Conon Bridge (1 mile) to stock up on supplies. For a greater range of amenities, visit the nearby market town Dingwall (4 miles), where you will find speciality cafes, restaurants, supermarkets and gift shops, together with monuments and exhibitions charting its long and rich history.

No visit to this area is complete without a trip to Inverness (12.5 miles), a compact cosmopolitan city with a flourishing foodie scene, bold Victorian market and host of galleries. Take to the coast with a visit to the Cromarty Firth (16 miles), home to characterful bottlenose dolphins, grey seals, mink whales and spectacular coastal walks before popping into Rosemarkie (13.5 miles) an ancient village with a lot of charm, pretty beach and selection of amenities.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mrs Van Der Ree July 2019

This year we have rented the house with four people and because is such a big and comfortable house, we had a lot of privacy. The view is lovely and every day it is different. With some noises of the cows and the sheep it is really paradise. The house is well equiped and everything is there for having a pleasant time. The only thing is that the couRead morech looks lovely, but sometimes it is not as comfortable as you wish. I think he had his best time and needed to replaced. For the next year we will be there again, We are sure of it. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Lennox May 2019

Amazing cottage so well equipped everything you would need for a stay very comfortable and with great views down the Moray firth. Close enough to Dingwall if you need supplies. Great base for exploring the black isle but also very close to Inverness if the weather takes a turn for the worse. The big garden with BBQ was also great especially when weRead moreather was so nice. Probably the best cottage we have stayed in would go back in a heartbeat. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Gardner February 2019

Second visit to Torgorm 3. Beautiful location . Cottage was excellent for our family trip. Plenty of space for everyone. Very well stocked with anything you could ever need. Very clean and well presented. Nice to see the farm animals too. A lovely touch by owners was the goodies left for us on arrival. Very much appreciated. We have already booked Read moreto go back in the summer. Hide

Reviewed by Mrs Thomas October 2018

The cottage was spotlessly clean, spacious and comfortable. Lovely views and peaceful location. Everything needed for a relaxing family holiday and plenty of room in the garden for the dog to run around safely. Would highly recommend.

Reviewed by Mrs Hutcheson June 2018

We had the most amazing holiday here. First visit to the area and Torgorm 3 was the perfect base for visiting the surrounding area. The house was comfortable, fully equipped, well presented and the perfect space for 3 adults, two teenagers and 2 dogs. With a kitchen to die for and the views from the house are something you will never tire of. The hRead moreouse is on a working farm with us all enjoying having sheep and a family of cows as our neighbours for our stay. We explored all areas of the Black Isle with highlights including dolphin spotting at Chanory Point, relaxing with a picnic on Rosemarkie beach, and adding our "Cloots" to the large collection at the Clootie Well. Further afield we would highly recommend a visit to Dornoch beach with its miles and miles of sandy beach, for daredevils a visit to Corrieshalloch Gorge and for spectacular scenery Tarbat Ness lighthouse. We will certainly be revisiting the area again and would without a doubt book a stay at Torgorm 3 again with us making sure our stay at this fabulous cottage is much, much longer. Thank you. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Fellowes June 2018

We were lucky with the weather so it was idyllic but if it hadn't been so lucky, the cottage would still have been extremely comfortable & cosy. Very well equipped kitchen, nice showers & comfortable sofas. WiFi not great for TV watching but you can't have everything!

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