Aultibea self catering accommodation in Rogart is a holiday cottage providing safe tranquil spaces in a rural Highland crofting landscape for up to 5 guests.

Feel free to call local owner Isabel

01408 633512  



Tel: 01408 633512

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Self Catering Rogart :: Aultibea Holiday Cottage


Wifi available Osprey Fish for Salmon and Sea Trout in nearby estuary


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Golf, Links Golf and the Open

Royal Dornoch is 20 mins drive and rated No 16 in the world.  Also Brora Golf Club links and Golspie are superb courses with a range of challenges.   Home of the Scottish Open Castle Stewart is by Inverness.

Dolphins and other Seaside Wildlife

Moray Firth Bottlenose Dolphins, Whales, Seals and a wide selection of sea life and birds to watch are available across the beaches.  A few miles south Dolphin Cruises set out from Inverness & Avoch)

Highland Beaches

Sutherland has a wealth of coastline styles with miles of virgin sands on the East Coast between Dornoch and Brora.   North and West coasts have secluded rocky coves like this.  Surfing is available on many.

Day Trip to the West Highlands

West Highland’s Locations profit from the gulf stream to provide superb, almost tropical plants in places coupled with a dramatic craggy coastline and spectacular sunsets like this one at Scourie.

Outdoor Pursuits

Rogart provides a great base for all outdoor pursuits from Walking, Fishing, Bike Riding, Horse Riding, Painting, Bird Watching, Wildlife Viewing & Photography! (just a few).

Day Trip to Orkney: website

Picture shows Chapel built by Italian PoWs, but Orkney has several millennium of history with Scara Brae showing a settlement approximately 5,000 years old and the ancient Standing Stones of Stenness.

Great day trips from Rogart

The whole of the North Highlands are available to you from Rogart.

Here is a small selection but you really can just get in the car (or even on your bike) and go North, West or South and find a wealth of activities, history and stunning scenery peppered with a wide and diverse wildlife population.

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