Resting in the heart of Cromarty's vibrant town centre is Paye House, an 18th century cottage settled in an idyllic position behind the historic National Trust for Scotland’s Hugh Miller's Cottage.
This traditional dwelling offers everything you could need for a self-catered stay, ideal for a family of six or group of friends looking to explore the Scottish Highlands.
The cottage itself is steeped in history; originally owned by the keeper of the County Gaol, it has also served as a general store, chip shop, doctors’ surgery and a depot for antique toys throughout its life.
Settle in for an evening next to the roaring open fire in the welcoming sitting room, a lovely space to enjoy a cup of tea with your loved ones as the TV entertains you, with hues of blue that are a nod towards your desirable coastal location.
Prepare a lovingly made meal in the kitchen/diner, a well-equipped space with an impressive range of appliances including a large Rayburn cooker, perfect for the chef of the group to create their best culinary delights.
Use the formal dining space to catch up with your loved ones over a bottle of wine, or make use of the separate study area and delve into a good book.
Withdraw upstairs and take your pick from one of three beautifully decorated bedrooms, comprising two doubles and a twin, all with ample storage in the form of wooden wardrobes and dressers.
Make use of the spacious bathroom, sinking into a hot bubble bath, or choosing to take a refreshing morning rinse under the overhead shower, before grabbing a toasty towel from the heated rail.
This cottage boasts access to a private patio area; find this space up several stone steps and enjoy a tranquil corner where you can collect your thoughts in this peaceful setting.
Choose Paye House for an unforgettable retreat to Scotland.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1060409, together sleeping eight people.