Conon Bridge Visitor Information Guide
Conon Bridge is at the western end of the Cromarty Firth it has a railway station connecting the town of Dingwall to Inverness city center offering accommodation Bed and Breakfast to suite every pocket.
From the city center railway station the rest of the country and from Inverness Airport the rest of the world. Conon Bridge had a old toll-house at the north end of the town built in 1809 by
Thomas Telford it was replaced in the 1960s by a bridge, Here you can watch anglers landing their catch.
- Conon Bridge Latitude: 57.565426 Longitude: -4.436417
- Conon Bridge Postcode IV7
Conon Bridge Map