Question: What about the dreaded Scottish Midge?
Answer: Because you are on the East coast and near the sea, you will not be bothered by midges and can sit out in comfort. Inland and the West coast
Question: How many dogs can I bring?
Answer: It depends on the size of the dogs, I do not have any breed restrictions, but the living room is not huge so 4
Question: Is there a charge to bring my dog(s)
Answer: I do not charge for dogs, but please pass the vacuum cleaner around before you leave and clean up after your dogs so I can maintain this policy.
Question: How many does the cottage sleep?
Answer: The cottage has one bedroom with a double bed in it. There is also an IKEA chair bed in the living room, this folds out to a very comfortable single bed (linen provided). As it is in the living room then the person sleeping in there will be going to bed at the same time as everyone else, therefore it is not suitable for young children with an earlier bedtime.
Question: What about the weather?
Answer: Ardersier generally gets good weather, being at sea level you are not likely to be snowed in, sometimes however you will have a sea fret (mist) but heading inland you will soon escape the sea mist which generally soon burns off.
Question: Is the cottage suitable for young children?
Answer: No. I do not have child locks on any of the kitchen
Question: Is a car essential?
Answer: Ardersier has a good bus service with regular buses into Inverness and Nairn. There are two good convenience shops in the village where you can get the essentials and the big supermarkets will deliver. There is a selection of eating places in Ardersier ranging from a Cafe to hotel cuisine. Once you are here, you can park up and enjoy a break from driving.
Question: Are there any additional charges?
Answer: All electric and linen
Question: How do I see the dolphins?
Answer: Dolphins are wild and unpredictable. They are resident in the Moray Firth all the year round, the best time to see them is on a rising tide - between an hour and two hours after the tide has turned and
If you have any questions I have not covered, please do not hesitate to contact me, I am very happy to help.