You’ll find picturesque Croy in the middle of the beautiful Highland countryside in an area renowned for its breathtaking scenery, vibrant culture, and fantastic food and drink.
Given the area’s famous, often turbulent, history, it’ll come as no surprise that nearby Kilravock Castle has its own tale to tell.
Mary Queen of Scots was reportedly received in the castle in 1562, while Prince Charles Edward Stuart was entertained there days before the Battle of Culloden in 1746.
Overlooking the Moray Firth, and just off the A96 trunk road, Croy is ideal for commuters travelling to nearby hubs such as Inverness and Elgin. There are local village and church halls as well as a primary school in the catchment area of Culloden Academy.
There’s easy access to a local shop just three miles away in Cawdor, while a ten-minute drive takes you into bustling, cosmopolitan Inverness. Travel a few miles eastwards, and you’ll also find more supermarkets, shops, eateries and leisure facilities in Nairn.
From exploring the sensational Moray Firth coastline and scaling some of Britain’s highest peaks, to experiencing the best of Scotland’s larder — Croy truly is a great place to live.
Inverness: 10.5 miles
Nairn: 8 miles
Elgin: 30 miles
Aviemore: 33 miles
Domestic and international airport links at Inverness airport: 3 miles
Inverness Rail Station: 9 miles
Regular buses running Monday to Saturday to Inverness