Edderton Inn is situated in the small Ross-shire village of Edderton, nestling between the Dornoch Firth and the foothills of Beinn Tharsuinn and the Struie Hills. Located two miles from the main A9 trunk road it is ideally located for touring Northern Scotland with the north/north west coast approximately 1 hour’s drive. The village of Edderton is located on the pictish trail and is the site of the “battle of Carriblair” between the Picts and Vikings. The area has a number of buildings, stones and sites of historical interest.
A haven for walkers, ornithologists and wildlife photographers, the surrounding area has much to offer everyone, Golfers are well catered for with many top class courses within a short drive. History is all around with the Royal burgh of Tain being the local main town, Dornoch a 10 minute drive with its cathedral and beach not forgetting the links golf course.
Inverness and Cullodon battlefield is approx 40 minutes drive – its our local “City” sitting at the mouth of the river Ness which of course is linked to Loch Ness