On the North Coast 500 route
Cameron Highland Resort is an ideal base to explore the wonderful sights and scenery that the Highlands has to offer.
Chanonry Point on the Black Isle, which is one of the best viewpoints in Scotland to watch Bottlenose Dolphins from the beach, is within walking distance.
Local amenities include golf at the local course which is a few hundred yards away and other fine courses e.g. Castle Stuart Golf Links in the area, fishing & exploring beaches in the area.
Places to dine
A bistro 300 yd, 3 restaurants/cafe within 1 mile.
Fortrose Golf Club Restaurant
Rosemarkie Beach Cafe
Golfing - Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club
Water sports (Sailing. Coastal Rowing, Swimming, SUP etc) - Chanonry Sailing Club
-Fairy Glen Falls
Inverness-Shire has something for everybody, why not take a trip on Loch Ness, a visit to Culloden battlefield or spend a day in Inverness exploring the shops and restaurants.
Fancy a dram? Why not take a trip to the Muir of Ord, Tomatin or Glenmorangie distilleries, or further afield you can explore the famous Malt Whisky Trail.
For those who don’t mind a little drive it will take you about 120 minutes to get to the Isle of Skye where there are many things to see an do, Skye is steeped in history and well worth a visit.
To help you plan a little more we have complied some useful links that may be of interest, click here to explore and plan your break.