Travel Guide - Strathpeffer, Scottish Highlands

Strathpeffer is a small Victorian spa village based in Ross-shire, with a population of approximately 1,500. The village itself is full of history and charm. Visitors can enjoy the Victorian architecture and buildings still standing today such as the Strathpeffer Railway and Strathpeffer Pavillion. The Victorians would flock to Strathpeffer for relaxing Scottish holidays and use the town’s pump room as a spa along with the Pavilion. It is also a popular base for walkers seeking to explore the local hills in the Highlands.   Close to Strathpeffer are the towns of Dingwall, Cromarty Firth and Muir of Ord.