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Caithness Cottages

3 properties
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)
Bulchatton Cottage (BCHAT)

Bulchatton Cottage

Lybster (4mls S), The Highlands

people 4
hotel 2
1
pets 2
Situated on the far North East coast of the Scottish Highlands, a few miles from the coastal village of Lybster, this charming farm croft cottage offers uninterrupted views to the sea and countryside
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)
Harefield (44045)

Harefield

John O Groats (5mls S), The Highlands

people 4
hotel 2
1
pets 2
This first-floor annexe apartment is nestled in a peaceful private setting on a 21-acre working croft, home to rare breed sheep, goats and pony and enjoys magnificent sea views overlooking Sinclair Bay.
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Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)
Kirkton Cottage (SU192)

Kirkton Cottage

Helmsdale (9mls W), The Highlands

people 4
hotel 3
1
pets 2
Offering superb views of the beautiful River Helmsdale, this picturesque detached stone cottage nestles in a perfect location for enjoying a peaceful holiday in glorious surroundings.

Caithness is big-sky country at its best, the untouched land stretching out for miles encompassing some 4000 historical monuments. This Scottish region has more stone circles and standing stones than anywhere else in the UK. It’s a land cherished by arable farmers with signs of traditional crofting both inland and near the beautiful rocky coastlines, where thousands of seabirds flourish every year.

By staying in a cottage in Caithness, you have the freedom to enjoy the tranquillity of a rural holiday and explore wonderful attractions in the north east Highlands, such as The Castle of Mey, rescued by the late Queen Mother in 1952 or the cliff-top walks around Dunnet Head – the most northerly point in mainland Britain. Hop over to one of the islands for the day, boarding an exciting boat tour from John ‘O’ Groats, Scrabster, Aberdeen or Kirkwall, to explore the diverse wildlife and treasures of the Orkney and Shetland Isles. Sample the finest Scottish produce from smokehouses to distilleries and let the residents charm you with their local knowledge.

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