Cromartie Buildings is a traditional stone structure situated in the centre of this very popular Victorian spa village. The building dates back to 1885 and retains many original features. Strathpeffer is on the North Coast 500 and is a very popular destination with tourists who come to enjoy the scenic location and Victorian architecture. The area is surrounded with beautiful countryside walks for people of all abilities. The renowned Pavillion building has recently been renovated to provide a function suite and arts venue, and the village boasts an excellent 18 hole golf course along with a small variety of shops, restaurants and hotels. There is a doctor’s surgery and a regular bus service. Inverness is approximately 22 miles away with Dingwall being four miles distant. Primary schooling is available in the in the recently built community school while senior pupils attend Dingwall Academy for which transport is provided. There is a bus stop in the village square just a two minute walk from the flat.
Directions: From the east, as you enter the village continue past the turning for the Museum of Childhood, as the road bends to the left, Cromartie buildings is on the right hand side opposite the entrance for the Ben Wyvis Hotel. There is parking outside the building or in the village square. The entrance to the apartment is at the eastern side of the building.