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Black Isle, This peninsula on the eastern seaboard of the Highlands faces the Moray Firth and rather belies its name, which is derived from St Duthac whose missionary work, around AD 1000, earned him a place in Highland memory here and elsewhere.

The Black Isle enjoys a temperate climate and a high degree of fertility, which is exploited by agriculture and forestry. The area, with other parts of Easter Ross, leads Scotland in the production of virus ­free seed potatoes. Its communities lie along the coast and include Fortrose and Cromarty.

The Black Isle offers a large variety off Bed and Breakfast accommodation throughout it's Peninsula. Local Bed and Breakfast and Hotels allow the visitor freedom to explore this interesting area with it's location to Inverness offering hotelrooms as well as most types of accommodation.

Avoch is a thriving fishing village whose people are said to have descended from survivors of a wreck from the Spanish Armada - both the surnames and local dialect are quite distinctive.

Rosemarkie, to the east of Fortrose, was once an important salmon fishery; indeed so plentiful were the fish that it was the staple food of the farm servants in the area.

If you own B&B accommodation within the Black Isle area you can advertise it free including hotels guesthouses or private homes.

BLACK ISLE. is the peninsula between the fifths of' Beauly and Inverness and Cromarty, The Bed and Breakfast here are an ideal starting point to access to the history, music, culture and food that is the Black Isle.

The Black Isle is famous for its exceptionally rich farmland, and forestry on the central ridge, renowned for the scenic beauty and mild dry climate, pretty villages and excellent beaches, It is a haven for wild life such as wild flowers, bird such as the magnificent Red Kites and the largest school of dolphins in the UK.

The Black Isle has castles to visit Cromarty Castle is built in part from its reclaimed stone and timbers and Kinkell Castle has been recently restored, Redcastle, on the shore near Killearnan church, dates from 1179 and is said to have been the earliest inhabited house in the north it became a royal castle being visited by Mary Queen of Scots

The Black Isle was one of the earliest parts of the northern Highlands to experience the clearances, and then settled with many Lowland shepherds and farmers, especially from the north

The Black Isle hasa variety of accommodation from Bed and Breakfast to hotel to suit every budget. Here you can find the Blackisle Wildlife Park at Drumsmittal, North Kessock.

The Black Isle organic brewery is a small independent Brewery You'll see the sign to turn off the A9 halfway between the Kessock Bridge and the Tore roundabout, open to the public.

The Black Isle Show Mannsfield Showground Muir of Ord is a Agricultural yearly event with a wide rang of events and stalls for all to enjoy.

  • Black Isle Latitude 57.59418° N Longitude -4.250167° E
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One of the most sought-after places to live in the Highlands is the Black Isle.

Munlochy, a charming village on the Black Isle, is just 7 miles from Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, which has all the amenities of a modern metropolis, including an airport with frequent flights to Europe and the South and a train station.

The community features a primary school, grocery store, and a well-known restaurant.
Fortrose, which has a greater selection of stores and services, including a butcher, supermarket, restaurant, takeaway joints, leisure centre, GP office, and pharmacy, is reached after a few kilometres of travelling along the shore.

On the coast of the Moray Firth, Rosemarkie boasts a large bay with excellent beaches.

The 15th-oldest golf course in the world, Fortrose and Rosemarkie, was created by James Braid and is a prime example of Scottish Links play. The region is widely recognised for its wealth of outdoor activities, including hill walking along the renowned North Coast 500 circuit, sailing, canoeing, and bird viewing. Find a private luxury country bed & breakfast, a self-catering cabin, or a luxurious lodge full of indulgence and the chance to pamper yourself and your loved ones in style for a romantic holiday. Find the ideal hotel, bed and breakfast, campground, or RV park for your family, friends, and couples that will fit all budgets.

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