Dolphin View Cottage Ardersier,


Inverness, MORAY

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Our COVID-19 measures:
Guests have the option to have the bed made up by us, left unmade with bedding in a box that has been left untouched for 72 hours or to bring their own linen and receive a discount for this latter option. Pillows, duvets and visitor information is now duplicated and these items are stored in a locked store for a week between changeovers. entry is contactless with all house information emailed to guest in the previous week, key left in disinfected keysafe. Covid risk assessment and cleaning schedules sent to guest before arrival. Completely self contained unit with private access.


Dog friendly self catering cottage with sea views on the Moray Firth, ideal for couples looking for a cosy cottage in a village location with walks from the door, free fast fibre broadband and a lovely log burning stove to enjoy in the evening after a fabulous day exploring the Highlands of Scotland.

Dolphin View Cottage Ardersier,
Stuart Street, Ardersier, Inverness, MORAY, IV2 7RS
Phone : 07989870228

About the area

Discover Moray

The largely undiscovered Moray coast offers miles of red sandstone cliffs that spill down to fine sandy beaches split by dramatic rocky headlands, and a chain of small towns, sleepy villages and fishing ports. The gentle breezes and warm sunshine of lazy summer days give the place a restful, relaxing air, and the evenings are a magical time too, with this part of Scotland renowned for its superb sunsets.

Elgin, the commercial and administrative centre for Moray for over eight centuries, stands on a meandering loop of the River Lossie in a richly fertile agricultural district known as the Garden of Moray. Although the townscape has been reworked and rebuilt over the years, it retains a medieval street plan with narrow alleyways leading off the broad main street, a cobbled market place, and some fine old 18th and 19th century buildings. Elgin has long been a favoured tourist centre for exploring the north-west corner of Grampian and offers a host of attractions.

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