Caithness Coastal Cottage. Self catering rental .Totties cottage roughly 150 years old. Set in its own grounds in a tranquil area close to Dunnet Head which is the most Northerly point on mainland Scotland. Situated on the outskirts of the village of Brough. The cottage is strictly no smoking. This is an ideal area for a variety of outdoor pursuits, i.e . Fishing(both sea and loch) Boating. Walking, Birdwatching and visiting places of historical interest. Ferries to the Orkney Islands close by. Bus stop approx 400 yards.
The Stable @ Braeside RetreatsThe Sutherland Family of Sibmister Farm would like to introduce to you Braeside Retreats: a brand-new collection of bespoke luxury accommodation pods handcrafted by skilled local tradesmen. Surrounded by fields of our sheep and cows, breathe in that fresh Caithness air and relax in the tranquillity of the countryside. Each spacious pod includes a king sized bed, 6-seater hot tub and private decked terrace, outdoor furniture and BBQ to make the most of the spectacular view.
The Old Smiddy, Huna, John O'GroatsClose to the village of John O' Groats and on the North Coast 500, the Old Smiddy (an old blacksmith's cottage) has been beautifully restored into a modern home, while keeping many of its original features. The cottage sleeps 4 people in 2 double bedrooms (both en-suite) and has a fold-away camp bed for use by a small child. The cottage offers beautiful sea views across the Pentland Firth to the Orkney Islands and is the perfect base for exploring Caithness, Sutherland and Orkney.