Culbokie is a highly desirable Black Isle village commanding panoramic views across the Cromarty Firth, towards Ben Wyvis and hills beyond.
An active community of around 1,300 people, Culbokie is within easy commuting distance of both Inverness and Dingwall and offers quick access to the main A9 route.
As well as its spectacular scenery, Culbokie is known for its old-world ambience including an authentic water pump from the early 19th century.
Distance from Dingwall: 6 miles
Dingwall, the nearest market town, offers facilities and services including shops, supermarkets, banks, and community centre with swimming pool and gym.
Distance from Inverness: 12 miles
Inverness is the main business and commercial centre in the Highlands, and offers extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities including cinema and theatre.
Inverness Airport: 19 miles
Dingwall Railway Station: 6 miles
Muir of Ord Railway Station: 8 miles
Conon Bridge Railway Station: 8 miles
Inverness Railway Station: 12 miles
A regular bus service operates several times per day from Culbokie to both Inverness and Dingwall.
Primary: Culbokie Primary School.
Secondary: Dingwall Academy or Fortrose Academy, with bus travel provided to both.
Doctors surgeries are available at Dingwall Health Centre, Ferry Road, Dingwall, with further practices based in the nearby villages of North Kessock, Munlochy, Muir of Ord and Beauly.
Culbokie Inn (pictured) is a traditional and friendly village bar serving highly rated meals. A wide selection of eateries and bars are on offer in Dingwall and Inverness.
Culbokie has its own vibrant community hall offering a range of village amenities.
This active village community also offers a play park, as well as a variety of clubs for all ages to enjoy.
Culbokie Community Trust (CCT) is a community group set up in 2014 to develop a new gathering space and community hub in the centre of the village. Its ambition is for a new community facility including a café, a digitally connected health room, a flexible space for community activities and some business rental space together with a covered outdoor space, plus outside seating, play areas and gardens.
CCT also hosts the monthly Culbokie Community Market, and helps look after Culbokie Woods, where it also runs an orienteering course.
Culbokie and its surrounding area offers an abundance of sports, outdoors and leisure activities.
Culbokie Woods, to the south of the village, is enjoyed by walkers, cyclists, orienteers, and bird watchers.
Ideally placed to take advantage of the highly popular North Coast 500 route, the broader Black Isle area enjoys several sandy beaches, quality golf courses and places of general interest. The area is renowned for its sea life, most notably bottlenose dolphins in the Moray Firth. Water sports and fishing are highly popular hobbies in the region.
Facilities such as Dingwall Leisure Centre Community, with its gym, fitness complex, swimming pool and indoor sports halls, and Black Isle Leisure Centre are available.
Within Culbokie itself is a general store and Post Office. A wide choice of shops are available in both Dingwall and Inverness.
Help is at hand if you are looking to buy a Tulloch Home, but don’t have a large deposit.
If you are eligible for the Help to Buy (Scotland) Affordable New Build Scheme, you could receive assistance of up to 15% of the purchase price of a new Tulloch home.
Help to Buy funding - for completions before March 31, 2019, is available on all Tulloch homes up to £200,000.