Children Welcome / Pets Welcome strictly by arrangement
Culbin, Drumsmittal, North Kessock, Inverness. IV1 3XF
Welcome to Culbincrofthouse Bed & Breakfast on The Bonnie Black Isle
Culbin Crofthouse is situated on a Highland Working Croft, we breed cows (with their own names) and around the croft we see wild deer, red kites, buzzards. We feed two red squirrels we named Dorkin & Nutkin. Five minutes away is The Black Isle Wildlife & Country Park, The Moray Firth Dolphins, lovely woodland walks, in particular "The Ord Hill" has spectular views up the Moray Firth.
Culbin Crofthouse offers every comfort, has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and a choice breakfast menu to suit all tastes. As you enjoy your breakfast you can take in the lovely views from the dining room.

We are situated on the Black Isle at Drumsmittal, the ideal place to base yourself for the Highlands.
Culbin Crofthouse Bed & Breakfast
B&B Prices are variable according to season, please contact us.
Location of Culbin Crofthouse B&B and self catering Cottages
 
Inverness City is five minutes by car; Dingwall is on the A832 to the west; we can be reached via the A9 from the south or north. The Black Isle is attached to the mainland at the heads of the Cromarty and Beauly Firths, and the description 'Black' is no more correct than 'Isle'. The exact origin of its name is unknown, though there are at least six possible explanations of why it became
the "Black" Isle, ranging from the most intriguing, through its association with witchcraft and the black arts in mediaeval times, to the more prosaic, that the soil here is very black, or that it has so many trees that it looks black when viewed from surrounding areas in Winter. The Black Isle is about 23 miles long by about 9 miles wide at its broadest point and is more or less oval in shape.
"Come and Enjoy Our Beautiful Country - You are Welcome in our Home"
Culbin Crofthouse, Drumsmittal, North Kessock, Inverness. IV1 3XF