This thatch-roofed cottage is the birthplace of Hugh Miller (1802–56), a local stonemason and amateur geologist who pioneered the study of fossil fishes in Scotland; he later moved to Edinburgh and became a famous j…
One of Britain's best artisan breweries, Black Isle Brewery has won many awards for its organically produced ales. Enjoy a free tour then try a glass of Yellowhammer, a light, hoppy and refreshing bitter, or the str…
This excellent little cafe-restaurant serves wood-fired pizzas and fresh local seafood including Shetland scallops, Lewis mussels, and Cromarty langoustines with garlic and lemon butter.
The Anderson hotel serves good pub grub, a range of real ales (including Belgian beers and Somerset cider) and more than 200 single malt whiskies.
This 18th-century courthouse is now a museum chronicling the town’s history using contemporary references. Kids will love the talking mannequins.
Here you'll find the vaulted crypt of a 13th-century chapter house and sacristy, and the remains of the 14th-century south aisle and chapel.
This museum has a superb collection of Pictish stones found in the village, engraved with designs similar to those on Celtic Irish stones.
This lively cafe serves cake, coffee, ice-cream sundaes and superb, doorstep-size open sandwiches with salad.
Sells delicious filled rolls and savoury pies.