Cromarty and Cromarty Pottery
Cromarty is a superbly preserved 18th century town at the tip of the Black Isle, 20 miles north of Inverness. The town's wonderful range of traditional fishermen's cottages, and lovely Georgian merchants' houses has led to its being described as 'the jewel in the crown of Scottish vernacular architecture'.
Despite its northern latitude, the Black Isle is one of the mildest areas in Britain, and it's rich rolling farmland enjoys excellent summer weather and very mild winters. Being on the east coast, we don't suffer from midges ;)
There are many other attractions in the area including the award winning Cromarty Courthouse Museum, the popular Ecoventures boat trips to see the Moray Firth Dolphins, and the challenging Red Rock Mountain Biking trails at Learnie, only 4 miles from the town. Cromarty is also an excellent base from which to tour the Highlands, and you can learn more about visiting or staying in the town on the Cromarty Live website.
Location Map and how to get to Cromarty . . .
Cromarty is just a 35 minute drive from Inverness through the lovely Black Isle countryside. For those of you not driving, there is a regular bus service travelling between Inverness and Cromarty.
Inverness may be reached easily from all parts of the country by train or coach, and there are regular flights to Inverness from many UK airports, including London Gatwick and Luton.
Cromarty Pottery, Shore Street, Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland IV11 8XL
Tel: (01381) 600701
Use the form below to get driving directions to this location (these are kindly provided by google)