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After a wonderful and exillerating day on an teallach we got battered in very heavy rain coming off the last Munro.To keep a very long story short we came off the mountain the wrong way and I fell over and broke my phone.I called my...More
Cromasaig Bed & Breakfast is an excellent place to stay! The hosts, Tom and Liz were exceptional. They were both extremely helpful and knowledgeable of the area. The guided information Tom provided was amazing. He has extensive information on the trail system -Cape Wrath Trail...More
I recently stayed at Cromasaig House and the hosts were welcoming and helpful. If it wasn't for their strong anti-gay views I would give this B&B 3 stars. However, whilst we were welcomed as a hetrosexual, married couple I was shocked to find an 'anti-gay...More
Our four nights staying at Cromasaig reminded us of the advantage of staying in a B&B as opposed to a hotel. We really missed owners Liz and Tom when we left. Liz has links to the local museum and Tom's an enthusiastic walker so they...More
This is what Bed and Breakfasting should be - you are privileged to share a home with welcoming hosts who live in an place they love and are busily engaged in. The house is typical of those older houses you see all over the Highlands...More