Hidden away quietly with in the conservation area of the ancient burgh of Tain,
there are two cottages orginaly built in 1648.
local cheese maker
and his wife Jacqui, an
interior decorator have recently renovated these
Understated luxury is provided in the beautiful furnishings using high
quality fabrics and linens, while the pictures in the cottages are exhibited
Brown's Gallery in Tain, a showcase for many top modern Scottish artists.
cottage has two bedrooms and a bathroom with an open plan living space with a
small terrace overlooking the vegetable garden and pony paddock.
are equipped with a television, washer/dryer and dishwasher and some essentials
ie: loo rolls, salt, pepper, tea, coffee, milk, eggs, bread
and butter so you can
come in and relax without dashing to the nearest shop. If previously arranged,
your Tesco’s delivery can also be delivered to the cottage prior to your
Whether you are seeking a week's holiday, a base for golf, or a long
weekend en route to the Orkneys, the cottages can offer what you are looking