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The Old Manse has three bedrooms, two king sized doubles and one twin room. All rooms are spacious with ensuite facilities.

We do not use on line booking agents so that we can offer fair and competitive prices to our guests

Room Rate
Double room per night

£90

Twin room per night £90
Single occupancy per night in a double/twin room £80

You are welcome to arrive after 4pm, earlier by prior arrangement, checkout is by 10.30am.

Payment for your stay with us can be made by cash, debit/credit card.

If you are staying with us for a single night it would be appreciated if settlement is made on arrival enabling you to depart at leisure after breakfast.

If you are planning to stay three nights or more we require a credit card to reserve your room. If you cancel your booking less than 5 days before midday on the date of arrival, we reserve the right to charge the tariff due for the first night’s stay.

 

Suggested activities to do from The Old Manse 

The pace of life in the Highlands is pretty laid back. Extend your stay with us and explore what Easter Ross and surrounding areas have to offer.

Day 1 - Tain Pottery, Tain Through Time and Tain Museum, North Coast Glass, Glenmorangie Distillery, Dornoch Cathedral, Carnegie Court House incorporating The Whisky Cellars, Aspen Spa and Court House Cafe. Onward to Loch Fleet to view Seals

Day 2 - Dunrobin Castle, Ben Bhraggie Hill walk, Littleferry and Loch Fleet Walk, traditional fish and chips in The Trawler at Golspie

Day 3 - Follow the Pictish trail through Nigg and The Seaboard Villages of Shandwick Bay, Balintore and Hilton. Quick call in at Anta. Detour by ferry to Cromarty or continue to Portmahomack and the Tarbat Discovery Centre which is on the site of a Pictish monastic settlement

From The Old Manse, less travelled scenic routes can take you further afield to explore and experience Loch Shin and Loch Naver, Durness, Smoo Cave and The Castle of Mey, the Queen Mother's former residence.

The East Coast route to John O' Groats has many hidden treasures and great photo opportunities. We can put together suggested itineraries taking in Carn Liath (near Golspie), Berriedale (harbour and River Bothy tearoom), Lybster (harbour), Whaligoe Steps and the fishing village of Helmsdale

Friday, July 3rd 2020

The Castle Of Mey

The Castle of Mey  is Scotland's most northerly inhabited castle and can be found 6 miles west of John O'Groats. Constructed in 1573 it was purchased by The Queen Mother in 1953 and became one of her favourite homes. To this day its stil Full Story...

Monday, June 15th 2020

Fyrish Monument

The Fyrish Monument stands on Fyrish Hill overlooking the Cromarty Firth with views at the back to Ben Wyvis. The monument was built in 1782 by order of Sir Hector Munro after his return from service in India. The construction provided much need Full Story...

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