The Nigg Stone

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The Nigg Stone is a Pictish cross-slab, perhaps dating to the end of the 8th century. It can be seen in the parish church of Nigg, which is six miles from The Old Manse Bed and Breakfast. It is one of the finest surviving Pictish carved stones, and one of the most elaborate carved stones surviving from early medieval Europe

We offer Bed and Breakfast and are perfectly placed for visitors wishing to tour the North of Scotland. We are based near  Invergordon , Tain and Dornoch. If you wish to stay with us, please get in touch.

From the moment we arrived I felt happy. Linda and Neale made us feel at home and comfortable. They made us a tea on our arrival and we sat and chatted. The house is lovely. The rooms were very comfortable and stocked with tea and fresh milk. Breakfast was delicious. Fresh fruit, bread, homemade cakes, jam and a full breakfast for those who desired it. I am thinking about our next visit already
Rhonda, California - September 2019
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