Holiday House Details
Torgorm No 1
Conon Bridge
(34 reviews)
From £320 per week
Sleeps 4
2 bedrooms
1 double, 1 twin

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 22 Jun 2019Fri 06 Sep 2019£520£160
Sat 07 Sep 2019Fri 20 Sep 2019£480£145
Sat 21 Sep 2019Fri 04 Oct 2019£450£135
Sat 05 Oct 2019Fri 25 Oct 2019£480£135
Sat 26 Oct 2019Fri 08 Nov 2019£380£115
Sat 09 Nov 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£320£100
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£550£165
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£600£180
Sat 04 Jan 2020Fri 07 Feb 2020£330£100
Sat 08 Feb 2020Fri 03 Apr 2020£400£120
Sat 04 Apr 2020Fri 24 Apr 2020£500£150
Sat 25 Apr 2020Fri 22 May 2020£475£145
Sat 23 May 2020Fri 29 May 2020£500£150
Sat 30 May 2020Fri 19 Jun 2020£500£150
Sat 20 Jun 2020Fri 04 Sep 2020£545£165
Sat 05 Sep 2020Fri 25 Sep 2020£500£150
Sat 26 Sep 2020Fri 02 Oct 2020£475£145
Sat 03 Oct 2020Fri 23 Oct 2020£500£150
Sat 24 Oct 2020Fri 06 Nov 2020£400£120
Sat 07 Nov 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£330£100
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£575£175
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£630£190
Mon 04 Jan 2021Fri 05 Feb 2021£345£70
Sat 06 Feb 2021Fri 19 Mar 2021£420£130
Sat 20 Mar 2021Fri 16 Apr 2021£525£160
Sat 17 Apr 2021Fri 28 May 2021£500£150
Sat 29 May 2021Fri 04 Jun 2021£525£160
Sat 05 Jun 2021Fri 18 Jun 2021£525£160
Sat 19 Jun 2021Fri 10 Sep 2021£575£175
Sat 11 Sep 2021Fri 24 Sep 2021£525£160
Sat 25 Sep 2021Fri 01 Oct 2021£500£150
Sat 02 Oct 2021Fri 22 Oct 2021£525£160
Sat 23 Oct 2021Fri 05 Nov 2021£420£130
Sat 06 Nov 2021Mon 20 Dec 2021£345£70
Tue 21 Dec 2021Mon 27 Dec 2021£600£180
Tue 28 Dec 2021Mon 03 Jan 2022£660£200


Situated on an active Scottish farm, Torgorm is an incredibly charming self catering holiday cottage close to Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands. The property enjoys wonderful far reaching views across attractive farmland towards Ben Wyvis, Dingwall and the Cromarty Firth. This picturesque cottage, with a traditional slate roof and ivy growing up the walls, provides wonderfully comfortable accommodation that is perfect for a summer family farm holiday or a romantic break in the country and sleeps up to four guests. The property has a lovely homely feel to it and whilst the cottage has been furnished to the same high standards as Torgorm No 3, many of the original features such as the tongue and groove lined walls have been maintained, all of which add to the over all appeal of the property.


Ground floor:

Vestibule with hanging space. Open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with wood burning stove. 1 double and 1 twin bedroom. Separate bathroom with bath and shower over the bath, WC & WHB.

Refundable extra charge: Good Housekeeping Deposit £150 (payable to owner).


  • Dingwall 4 miles, Inverness 12 miles
  • Championship golf courses - Dornoch 50 minutes, Nairn 40 minutes
  • Central heating included in the rent
  • Cot (on request)
  • Dishwasher
  • Double electric oven & hob
  • DVD
  • Fridge/freezer
  • High chair (on request)
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Open fire
  • Stereo unit
  • TV
  • Washer/dryer
  • Wi-fi access
  • 1 Pet only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet. Pets by arrangement
  • Reviews

    (34 reviews)
    Torgorm No 1 reviews
    There were so many things to see in this area, but the one that stands out was quiet, free, and miles from anywhere: the Neil Gunn Memorial on the hills above Dingwall. What a beautifully crafted, peaceful place with the most amazing panoramic view over the surrounding countryside. I would have given the cottage five stars but there were rodents squeaking and scratching inside the walls on the first night - the owner came the next evening and set traps, although I didn't experience any further interactions with the pests.
    Mrs Spring - July 2019
    Perfect location with wonderful views. We had everything we needed...although a small carton of milk in the fridge would have been welcome after a day of travelling,to make a cuppa before we headed back out in the evening ,to find the local Tesco in Dingwall. Everything we wanted to do was in easy reach. Problems with wifi resolved after a couple of quick texts It was ideal for my elderly mum...everything on one level in easy reach,and she was happy to sit outside in the morning sun and enjoy the views. Both my daughters were able to go off and walk safely in the evenings... Would definitely book again.
    Mrs Crawford - June 2019
    Great place to stay all facilities are 5 star and the owners could not be more helpful. Would recommend Dingwall for great places to eat and drink.
    Mr Bradley - April 2019
    Beautiful location and well equipped cottage. Just didn’t feel it was excellent- very good though. Needed some TLC, for example the outside of the cottage needed some pruning to make it easy getting in without getting wet from hanging bushes. The garden furniture was well broken so no opportunity to enjoy late summer sun. On a working farm with the owners , we thought living in the farm house, but we didn’t see anyone who said hello ‘is all ok’, this we felt lacked the personal touch.
    Mr And Mrs Pawsey - October 2018
    We have visited this part of Scotland many times over the last 25 years and stayed in many different cottages. For us Torgorm No 1 has been one of the best by far and the next time we visit Scotland we will definitely be booking it again.
    Mr Charlton - October 2017
    This is a spectacularly relaxing place to stay and having farm animals all around, no matter which window you look out of, is very special. Whilst the cottage is maybe in need of a little attention, it's a lovely home away from home and very well equipped. I would have this place as my first choice any time I need to stay in the area.
    Miss Box - September 2017
    We had a beautiful 3 week stay at Torgorm 1. The cottage was well situated with bucolic views of pasture on one side and stunning views of the mountains on the other. The cottage was a comfortable size. Everything was well-maintained and modern. It was very quiet and peaceful. We would definitely stay there again!
    Mr Macleod - August 2017
    A great cottage with a location that is unrivaled, perfect distance from inverness and plenty of great things to do nearby like distilleries, walks, etc.
    Mr Haynes - June 2017
    I'm giving it a four because the cleanliness of the home. It can use a deep cleaning on the inside. We loved the fact that it was an old cottage but one of the rooms had mold on the walls and can tell it was painted over to try and cover. Unfortunately we didn't use that room only for store our things. For the amount of money we paid we would have liked to have had a cleaner place and not a room with mold. The kitchen had many supplies to cook with. Was very happy about that. On our first day we arrived and they had already provided milk and coffee and some treats. Which was very nice. Besides that we really enjoyed the location. The scenery itself is such a treat. It is in a farm and you are surrounded by the sheep. My children enjoyed that so much. They did list that we were welcome to walk around the fields except during lambing season which we weren't aware when that was so we didn't walk around the fields. We never used a fireplace before so instructions would have been nice. Luckily the weather in Scotland was good to us so we didn't need to use it. Dingwall is a very small town with grocery stores. They didn't have many restaurants around. We mainly cooked at the cottage. If you don't plan to go anywhere far Rosemarkie and Fortrosse is a great location by the coast. We went to see dolphins (free) swimming by the shore. We went around 6pm and they were giving us a show. We had a great lunch at the Plough Inn at Rosemarkie. Will go there again if we could. Inverness is only about a 25minute drive with lots to offer. We are still talking about our trip and are missing the beautiful scenery at the Torgorms!
    Owners Response: "Thank you very much for your review. This is an old cottage and we try our best to keep the mould away by washing down the walls regularly. This is prevented by opening the window slightly or using the dehumidifier provided to help with the bulid up of condensation. We are glad you enjoyed your holiday overall Thank you again"
    Mr Fraser - June 2017
    I had a lovely week staying at Torgorm No 1 in September, whilst I was in the area for work. the cottage was very well equipped, and both comfortable and cozy. Once I had figured out how to work the hob, cooking a meal was a pleasure. I was really impressed by the standard of hospitality at the cottage, with flowers, chocolates and biscuits, as well as fresh milk, being left there for my arrival - very thoughtful touches. It was nice to be aware of living on the farm, with the farm vehicles driving past the window from time to time, and listening to the sheep baa-ing to one another in the dark at night was most entertaining - I loved it.
    Miss Box - September 2016
    My wife and I were pleasantly surprised to have "stumbled" into a deeply satisfying stay at Torgorm #1. The attractive cottage we stayed in had all the necessities for an easy self catering experience. The view outside included rolling hills, flocks of sheep, the Black Isle and its waterways and the town of Dingwall in the distance. There are many easily reached villages and historic sights within 15 miles of the cottage. This made cottage an ideal hub for numerous interesting day trips.The owner was friendly and helpful. We had stayed 4 days and when our plans to continue to Orkney fell through, and very friendly staff made last minute arrangements for us to stay two more days. Torgorm #1 was a great place to unwind after 8 days in Edinburgh and Stirling. My wife and I both highly recommend Torgorm #1 as an ideal getaway spot and sightseeing headquarters. It was well worth what we paid.
    Mr Mize - September 2016
    Just perfect for 4-person family holidays , we had everything needed in the house, pretty cottage, in the beautiful countryside.
    Mrs Roure - July 2016
    I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Torgorm #1, the cottage had all the amenities that we needed and was finished to a very high standard. The location was perfect for us to explore what the Northern Highlands had to offer but was close enough for Loch Ness and surrounding areas. The local town, Dingwall, has a big Tesco so we found it easy to shop for our evening meals. Thank you and we will certainly look to stay here again.
    Mr Coles - May 2016
    Get little cottage. Very comfortable, clean, cozy.
    Ms Reynolds - April 2016
    Cosy, homely cottage. We enjoyed ourselves and our family enjoyed our entertaining them for an evening. Thanks to Mr and Mrs McDonald and family for helping us so promptly with smoke alarms and oven instructions.
    Ms Crawford - December 2015
    Whoever fitted out the little gem that is Torgorm No.1 certainly knew what was wanted in a self-catering holiday cottage. Dishwasher, washer/dryer, big fridge, all the kit - and then a woodburner in case it gets chilly. Oh, and a tv for the weather forecast to plan which direction to try tomorrow....we went to Skye and back in a day; went to Dornoch and north up the A9; went beachcombing for stripy stones (Shandwick, Balintore, Nigg). We have been coming to the Black Isle for years: this was undoubtedly the most convenient cottage for making our favourite day trips. Cattle and sheep for neighbours adds something delightful to a country cottage; if anything was needed in a cottage that has everything else!
    Miss Hendley - July 2015
    It was a lovely location and cosy cottage. It took 24 hours to heat up as it had been vacant the week before. There was also damp in the smaller bedroom. Overall the facilities are very good, kitchen, bathroom and general fittings are all of a high standard.
    Miss Lawley - December 2014
    This was our second stay in Torgorm No. 1 and we had a very pleasant stay once again. Lovely surroundings, very quiet, five-minute car journey into Dingwall. Good base for visiting Culloden; Fort George; Fortrose (particularly dolphin watching at Channonry Point), etc. Our stay was made even better this time with the addition of wifi in the cottage - a must for teenagers who need to keep up with the latest gossip on social media. Overall, very enjoyable.
    Mr Laing - July 2014
    We had a wonderful week in Tosgorm 1. Extremely comfortable, very well equipped house and the area was lovely and peaceful, but still not too far away from Inverness, and the sorrounding district.
    Mrs Newcombe - April 2014
    My second time to stay at Torgorm, I think the cottage is very cosy and well equiped.The cottage is in a loverly location its so quiet and peaceful and ideal for exploring the highlands, most places of interest are just about 1 hours drive away. I would rate it 5 stars all round EXELLENT
    Mr Lomax - September 2013
    Comfortable, well appointed cottage in excellent location. Ideally located for trips around the north Highlands.
    Mr Laing - August 2013
    Lovely little cottage, the wood burning stove was nice and cosy (once we figured out how to use it) and it is situated perfectly in the middle from everywhere. so wasn't a huge drive to anywhere really!
    Miss Doyle - June 2013
    Well appointed. Nice bedrooms with comfortable beds. Sofas looked like new and were also very comfortable. Easy access to main roads for travelling and not far to go for some dolphin watching at Chanonry Point. Lots of room for multiple vehicles and the farm is beautiful. Overall it is a very comfortable stay and we would most definitely book this cottage again.
    Ms Blair - May 2013
    Beautifully decorated with good sized bedrooms and everything we needed (except washing up liquid - which presented a silght problem!)
    Mrs Phillips - May 2013
    The area is great for exploring with plenty of wildlife to watch like seals, salmon leaping and dolphin spotting. The scenery is wonderful and there is easy access to main roads.
    Mr Grimwood - September 2012
    Very nice cottage. Well equiped and very quiet.
    Mrs Richard - August 2012
    A return visit for us. The cottage is very comfortable and warm. One settee needs the seat mended - no support unless you put a cushion under it. Pity the knee length grass hadn't been cut by the washing line. Owner very obliging about getting it done but we didn't appreciate the 7am start with a strimmer two days later. We understand the need to enclose part for pets but as we didn't have any it should have been taken away before we came. It also reappeared before we left which made getting to the washing line very difficult. Apart from that the cottage is in a lovely position and we enjoyed our stay. Thankyou
    Mrs Foster - July 2012
    A modernised old semi detached cottage situated on a working farm with outstanding countryside views. The cottage is near to the main road from Dingwall to Inverness which makes for easy access to the Highland capital or going further north to the more remote parts of the Highlands. The cottage is fitted with a very modern kitchen and nice bathroom, has 2 bedrooms one with 2 single beds and the main with a large double bed. The open plan lounge come diner is fitted out with a good size table with 4 chairs, has 2 comfortable settees and television with FreeSat viewing. In addition to electric radiators in each room there is a wood burning stove, but the cottage is very warm and we required no heating at all in our stay. We did find that the hot water supply in the kitchen was very slow through the tap. On the rental front we do not think the good house keeping deposit helps in future bookings.
    Mr Hyland - June 2012
    Nice and cosy cottage in a farm, peaceful and lovely place. The location is great, not far from many touristic attractions. The cottage is very well equiped (dishwasher, washing machine, oven, microwave, TV, DVD player...). Only one small negative point : not enough hot water pressure in the kitchen (not a real problem since we could use the dishwasher for the washing up).
    Miss Guigaz - April 2012
    Back again for another Easter with the lambs on the farm, a lovely cottage, well equipped and comfortable, in a great location with stunning views over the fields to the Firth.
    Miss Chappell - April 2012
    2nd Time stopping at this very nice cottage,situated 5 minutes by car from Dingwall with all its shops including large tesco. The cottage is very warm and comfortable with everything you would need.
    Mr Brown - October 2011
    ideal location for exploring the highlands very comfortable ,cosy and very clean. would highly recomend
    Mr Lomax - September 2011
    the cottage was very cosy with everything in it. especially the beds were very good. a nice quiet place with a great view.
    Damstra-eelkema - May 2011
    excellent cosy cottage, clean, well maintained, everything you need is included. lovely welcome pack on arrival, nicely positioned and peaceful. Excellent base for walks etc.
    Mr Brown - October 2010