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Venues in Cromarty

Old Brewery Cromarty
Cromarty Training Centre
The Old Brewery
Burnside Place

Cromarty
Highlands

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The Cromarty Training Centre is a restored and converted 18th Century Brewery. It provides excellent facilities for training, meetings and events, with catering services and residential accommodation.

We become the 'Old Brewery' when hosting live music, our venue is small and intimate and sells out most nights in advance. Supper is served prior to every gig - booking is recommended.

This idyllic Highland location offers the best environment for your training event or conference. We are able to meet all your learning and business needs. We guarantee a warm welcome, and a friendly and flexible service, fine-tuned to your particular requirements.

Bed and breakfast or self catering holiday accommodation is also available on an occasional basis.

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