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Majoitusta paikassa Kinbrace

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Clynelish Farm Bed & Breakfast overlooks the East Sutherland village of Brora, half way between Inverness and John O'Groats. This listed farmhouse has all the grandeur and intrigue of a stately residence, but the welcome and atmosphere of a relaxed home. We are right next to Clynelish Distillery and less than a mile from Brora village where there are several places to eat and other local amenities. We have 4 bedrooms available, though only 2 on this listing. See similar listing for others
Please note this is a traditional B&B so there may be other guests here and there are no kitchen facilities available. Please let me know the make up of your group when booking so I can allocate rooms and price accordingly. Single Occupancy £50. Triple Occupancy £100. This working farm is half way between Inverness and John O'Groats overlooking the village of Brora. We offer travellers a warm welcome, comfortable room and delicious breakfast. Whether you're a returning visitor, enthusiastic cyclist, golfer or just experiencing everything the beautiful Highlands has to offer for the first time, Clynelish Farm will provide the perfect place to lay your head, relax and refuel. This historic farmhouse was built by the Duke of Sutherland in 1865. Guests wind their way down the tree lined drive way to be greeted by an impressive front entrance. Situated next to the Distillery of the same name, this is the perfect place to start exploring Sutherland. The village has a pub, restaurant, chippy, Chinese and Indian, so plenty of choice for a Highland village! Head East and you'll find Brora beach is one of the nicest in the highlands. Head West and wind your way up some of the beautiful glens in the area. We run sheep and cows as our main business, so during spring and early summer you'll perhaps witness some of natures miracles if you take a wander around the local lanes!
Situated right behind Clynelish distillery about 1/2 mile from the main A9. Rolling farmland with mountains and glens in one direction and the North Sea the other way.
  • Tilavaa makuuhuonetta kaunis maalaistalo viihtyisä tulen valossa oleskelutila. Herkullinen aamiainen keitetyt hyvin kutsuva isäntä. Pitkä kävelymatka kylään, tai eräänlainen taksimatka.

    Louise2017-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Oli hauskaa oleskelevat Victoria, hän on todella ystävällinen isäntä ja sai meidät tuntemaan olonsa kotoisaksi. Talo on kaunis ja peltojen, joten se on mukava ja rauhallinen. Vietimme illan istuu tulen, ja jopa tapasi yksi uusi pieni vauva karitsat! :)

    Alex2017-05-01T00:00:00Z
  • Victoria oli suuri isäntä, meidät tuntemaan tervetulotoivotuksen minuutti astuimme sisään! Hän uhrasi ehdotuksia paikkoja mennä illalliselle ja sytytti takka kun saimme takaisin, jotta voisimme rentoutua lounge. Aamiainen oli erittäin maukasta ja me ehdottomasti vierailla uudelleen ja suositella ystäville ja perheelle tulevaisuudessa. Kiitos, että saimme pysyä omassa kaunis koti Bal & Priya

    Baltej2017-04-30T00:00:00Z
  • Vau! Mikä häpeä me vain jäi Victoria yhden illan. Brora ja Clynelish Farm on rauhallinen ja kaunis paikka. Meidän huoneessa oli upeat näkymät tilalla ja oli erittäin mukava. Victoria oli hyvin intohimoinen meidän myöhäisen saapumisen ja helppo kommunikoida. Aamiaista oli yläpäätä kaikilla kiinnityksillä. Toivomme tulla takaisin joskus ja viettää enemmän aikaa tilalla!

    Megan2017-04-25T00:00:00Z
  • Niin mukava paikka asua! Tunsimme hyvin kotona ja kodikas.

    Susan & David2017-04-18T00:00:00Z
  • Meillä oli hyvä jäädä kauniissa asuinpaikka on upeat, rauhallinen ympäristö. Isäntä tehnyt meistä tuntuu erittäin tervetullut ja lounge oli hyvin varusteltu ja mukava. Aamiainen oli raikas ja herkullinen.

    Antti2015-08-21T00:00:00Z
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    Brora, Sutherland, Britannia

    A pleasant room and a help-yourself breakfast in our family home in a lovely setting next to a working water mill in the coastal village of Golspie.
    We have a room available on a hostel-style basis in our friendly Scottish / Kiwi home. The Mill House is right on the edge of the village of Golspie in the Highlands of Scotland, only 150 metres from the main road (A9), but in a very tranquil and beautiful spot. The room has a comfortable double bed and plenty of storage. There's a shared bathroom and a comfortable family sitting room with a log burner. It's a family home, pleasant but not fancy, indeed a bit scruffy in places. We have two very small children who are generally pretty well-behaved but they do scatter toys round the place and might break into song over breakfast. There's plenty of space for storing bikes and drying boots and waterproofs. The house is in a lovely setting, next to a working water mill, built in the 1860's, which we run (find Golspie Mill online to find out more ). We invite you to help yourself to breakfast - we offer Golspie Mill porridge, cereal, homemade bread when time permits, fruit, yogurt, tea, coffee etc or if you prefer you're welcome to use the kitchen to cook your own breakfast. We're also happy to point you in the direction of nice places to eat out locally.
    Golspie is a small coastal village, between the sea and the hills. It's an hours drive from Inverness and an hours drive from the spectacular north coast. The area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, with great cycling on quiet roads, an excellent mountain bike track, lovely walks along the shore and through the woods. The popular Lands End - John o Groats cycle route passes the top of the road (150 metres from the house). The Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve is a couple miles down the road and is a lovely place to watch wading birds on the mudflats or look for seals at low tide. Nearby are nice beaches, good places to surf and kayak and we're only 30 minutes from some great hills. Royal Dornoch, Golspie and Brora golf courses are all within very easy reach and welcome visitors. In Golspie, there is a handful of shops, including a small supermarket, a chemist and an excellent hardware/gift store. Bigger shops are in Tain, a 25 minute drive away, where you can also visit the Glemorangie Distillery.
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    Golspie, Britannia

    My place is close to the beach. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
    Balranald Shepherds Huts are just outside the quiet village of Brora in the Highlands of Scotland.  The hut sleeps up to three with one double bed and a single bunk.  A log burner keeps the hut cosy with wood supplied..  A kettle and toaster with crockery  as well as all bedding is supplied in each hut.   Sitting right next to the huts is the bothy, with kitchen facilities, Oven hob , microwave and fridge.  The toilet and shower area benefit from underfloor heating.  All towels supplied. Outside is a seating area with use of a bbq hut with a small charge on arrival if you wish to use and additional benches and fire pit for those wanting a slightly more adventurous evening, perhaps even catching the northern lights with an honesty box in bothy for payment for logs, The cost is per hut, dogs are very welcome, a maximum of two dogs per hut.  There is a travel cot and bedding available if needed.. Just five minutes off the A9 on the NC500 route. This is a superb location for a walking, driving, cycling, fishing or golfing holiday.  The local Clynelish Distillery is just a stones throw away and does tours throughout the year.  Alternatively you may just wish to enjoy the peace and quiet! Brora is a short twenty minute walk away with a choice of shops and eating places.  Bikes available too. Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us -  we will do our utmost to help. (We are dog friendly with a small charge of £5 per night per dog payable on arrival also small charge £3 per bag for BBQ coals and logs for fire pit payable on arrival) wood burning quirky hot tub & sauna cabin £30 charge for both or £20 each per day if using payable on arrival.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    The Old Mission Hall near Dunbeath on the east coast of the NC500 has stunning views out to sea. The hall has been converted to a 1 bedroom cottage with a sun lounge from where you can watch the sea and the ever-changing weather. The hall has a large log burner and central heating for those cosy nights in after exploring the northern highlands. The bedroom and bathroom are all on the ground floor. Old Mission Hall is pet-friendly and has an enclosed garden and driveway with a gate.
    This very special part of the Scottish Highlands is a paradise for fishermen, golfers, cyclists, walkers, whiskey lovers, castle and ancient monument tours. It is a perfect spot for discovering and exploring the beautiful North Highlands and the best way to spend those valuable holidays and find the peace and freedom you are looking for in a Highland holiday.
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    Ramscraigs, Skotlanti, Britannia

    On the NC 500 and originally built as the village medical centre attached to the doctor's house, the annex is a comfortable self-contained self-catering unit with its own front door. It is linked to the main house but is separate. There is central heating and a roomy shower in the bathroom. The kitchen corner is well equipped with a gas hob, a fridge, microwave and a small electric oven. Toaster, coffee maker and kettle of course. There are steps up to both front and back doors.
    North Coast 500 on the doorstep. Pub next door. Walks and fishing.
    Dunbeath Castle across the bay. Dunbeath Heritage Centre. John O'Groats, Duncansby Head, Dunnet Head, Wick and Thurso are a day out. Local walks, harbour, wildlife, shop and Post Office. The Bay Owl Inn/Restaurant is next door. Caithness has many archaeological sites to visit. On the route for all the ferries to Orkney.
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    Dunbeath, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Set in the NE Scottish Highlands on the NC500, Sputieburn, with 1 acre of garden & streams on 2 sides, is a 10-minute walk from a sandy beach. The ground floor bedroom, with en suite bath/shower, overlooks the garden where deer are often seen as well as many birds, the occasional otter & the odd stray sheep, cow or pony! The room is suitable for couples & a cot & single camp bed are available for families. Visitors from all backgrounds worldwide are welcome to leave the rat race and unwind here.
    Doll is a scattered hamlet with a village hall just off the A9, between Brora (2 miles to the north) and Golspie (4 miles so the south) - and so it is a perfect place to stop off when following the North Coast 500 route. Both Brora and Golspie offer a post office, a library, a Co-operative supermarket, gift shops, a hardware store and a golf course as well as various pubs and hotels. There is a baker's and a heritage centre in Brora and a play park and a bowling green in Brora. Both villages lie on the coast and have a beach.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Quiet location, friendly host. clean, close to the beach, Good stop over for travelling further north e.g. Orkney or Thurso or coming back the way, close to Dunrobin castle. Ideal for the north coast 500, and also a great relaxing weekend or few days away for a quiet break
    one of the best top 5 chip shops in Scotland, nice ice cream shop and coffee house and again walking distance to Dunrobin castle
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Dunmore is situated on Brora Harbour. Close to the beach, golf course, all amenities.The village has a small supermarket, a pub, Chinese, Indian,takeaway.The train station is a 5 minute walk away.The cottage comprises of 3 bedrooms, entrance lobby, living room, kitchen diner,washing machine, bathroom large shower. Garden to the rear with a patio area with picnic table and a small front yard with a bench overlooking the harbour. Pets very welcome and not restricted from any part of the property.
    Dunmore is a three bedroom fishermen’s cottage, located on Brora Harbour. On entry you have a large lobby for all your bits and bobs, (boots, coats, golf clubs etc). This leads on to the hallway where you enter the large living area, which comprises of a large sofa, (which can be turned into a double bed for sleeping or just lounging), freeview tv with DVD player, games and books. There is also an electric fire if you so need. The large cupboard under the stairs has toys for children. Also off the downstairs hallway is the 3rd bedroom which has very sturdy bunk beds. The kitchen leads on from the living room which has an electric cooker, fridge freezer, washing machine, microwave and all the usual stuff. There is a table, chairs and bench for dining. A door then leads through to the rear lobby with large cupboard, which houses your fresh towels and some cleaning equipment. Then onto the bathroom which has a large electric shower, sink and toilet. There is plenty of storage for your bits and bobs and hanging space for your robes. We provide shampoo and soap. Upstairs you will find a small landing with amazing sea views, bedroom 1 and 2. The main bedroom has a double bed, bed side tables with lamps, a large built in wardrobe, cute dressing table and chair. With a great view of the harbour and river Brora. Bedroom 2 has a single bed, bedside table, chest of draws and chair. All rooms have new individual electric thermostatically controlled radiators. Your pets are very welcome at Dunmore. There is a small garden to the rear with a patio area for alfresco dining. The cottage has FREE WiFi.
    Dunmore is a fantastic location to explore Brora and the surrounding area. We have a sandy beach great for walking, paddling and making sand castles, and a pebble beach, great for rock pooling. You can often see surfers, fishing boats and the occasional cruise ship on the horizon. See if you can spot seals and otters in the river Brora! If your a twitcher please remember your binoculars. Brora is known for it golf course which is situated across the river. The area is great for walking, cycling, horse riding ( the stables are just 5 minutes drive away). If you want to venture 10 mins down the road (by car) we have beautiful Loch Brora, where you can fly fish (you will probably spot a few stags on route). Or if you fancy a wee dram take a tour at Clynelish Distillery only 1.4 miles away, a great walk on a sunny day. Just 5 miles south is Dubrobin castle, gardens and falconry. Loch Fleet a national nature reserve is 12 miles south, at low tide seals can be spotted sunbathing on the sand banks. If you want to head further afield why not try and spot Nessie, and hour and half drive south. We are located on the NC500, 63 miles further north is John O’Groats, where you can jump on a ferry to Orkney to see the puffins.
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    Brora, Skotlanti, Britannia

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    A caravan on a croft (traditional small farm) in the Scottish Highlands. Enjoy glamping here with stunning views, surrounded by nature and animals. Feel free to join in the daily work on the croft or explore the stunning surroundings. Go hiking or mountainbiking in the hills, explore stonecircles and cairns or take a trip to the beach, Dunrobin castle or Glenmorangie distillery - each just a short drive away. We are tucked away at the end of the road, yet within a short drive off the A9.
    The caravan is basic and comfy: it has a double bed and a seating area, which can be turned into a bed, too, if necessary. So it would suit a couple or a family with up to two young kids, but not two couples / four adults. There is a kitchenette with a gascooker, fridge and sink. The water comes from the mains and power is connected, too. The kitchen and bathroom facilities are located in the big shed a few metres walk away from the caravan. They are shared with other holiday guests. Our fully equipped big kitchen has a generous seating area, gas cooker, oven, fridge and microwave. In the unisex bathroom guests can use two showers and an eco friendly composting toilet. The views stretch across the hills and the valley of Grudie, through which the river Brora runs. You can go for hikes here and explore thousands of years of history, from cairns (stone graves) and stone circles to the remains of a clearance village (forcefully cleared in the 18th and 19th century). The caravan is parked up on the Croft and if need be (when it gets too windy) can easily be towed a few metres back beside the old shed building, where it's sheltered. This doesn't change your view much. The main house is a short distance away, so guests can enjoy their peace and quiet. We are a working farm with sheep, cows, horses, chickens, dogs and cats. The livestock are distributed across the fields of the croft, though it might happen that the sheep are grazing around the caravan or bring their lambs here for a snooze. If you fancy, you can collect your fresh breakfast egg from our happy hens. Our ponies happily have themselves brushed or taken for walks. You can also join in the croft activities, if you're up for it. Depending on the time of year, we are lambing, shearing, making hay, feeding out or shifting sheep with our collie dogs. We are surrounded by nature and wildlife, with deer, rabbits, pheasants and owls living in our woods. By going for an early morning or a late night walk you've got good chances of encountering them. From September onwards, the Aurora Borealis can be seen dancing in the sky.
    Our croft is situated 1 1/4 drive North of Inverness, 15 minutes from the A9 in the tranquil crofting community of Rogart. The small village of Pittentrail, 10 minutes from here, has a little Spar shop with a post office. The pub opposite is open in the evenings, there's a bar and they do lovely meals, too. Various beaches, the Glenmorangie Distillery and Dunrobin Castle and Gardens are within a short drive. There is a seal colony down the road at Loch Fleet and there is a popular mountainbike track in Golspie. Dornoch has a few nice shops and restaurants an a little museum. The North Coast 500 (A9) is 15 minutes from here.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Modern extension with private entrance & exclusive use of double bedroom, shower room & kitchen dinner. Towels, bedding, tea & coffee provided.
    Washing machine & tumble dryer are available in the main house & access to these can be arranged with the host.
    Golspie is a seaside village, on the NC500 route & the perfect stop to visit Dunrobin Castle. Golspie has many lovely walks, Ben Bhraggie monument, Loch Fleet Nature Reserve & Big Burn to name but a few. Golspie has an excellent golf course, tennis courts, swimming pool, gym, play parks, beaches & also has the Wildcat Cycle track which takes in stunning panoramic views of Sutherland.
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    Highland Council, Skotlanti, Britannia

    This unique traditional fishermans cottage situated at the picturesque harbour in the seaside village of Helmsdale has been elegantly upgraded to create an idyllic Highland home placed on the A9 and tourist route NC500. Tarbat View is a well proportioned 2 double bedroom cottage with many original features and has high ceilings not usually seen in a cottage. Helmsdale is a picture postcard village on the north east coast of Sutherland on the A9 and along the NC500 route. The village has amenities such as grocery store, library, 9-hole golf course, Timespan museum and local history archive, pubs, restaurants and medical centre all within walking distance from the cottage. A friendly and active community, the area is renowned for its beautiful scenery, the quality of fishing and availability of fresh seafood and crabs from the local fishing boats makes Helmsdale a popular holiday location.
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    Helmsdale , Britannia

    Christie’s Cabin is a traditional self catering shepherds hut situated on a small croft near the village of Brora. Designed for 2 people sharing, it has a king sized bed, en-suite shower room and small kitchen area. The hut has stunning views of the hills and countryside. It is peaceful and tranquil - the perfect place to relax and unwind. We have sheep, chickens and ponies on the Croft who are all friendly. ‘Jen’ + ‘Lambkin’ the pet sheep are usually not to far from the hut!
    Christie’s Cabin has a comfy king size bed, en-suite shower room and small kitchen area with microwave, kettle, fridge and toaster. Parking for one car is directly in front of the hut. The hut is situated on a small Croft near the village of Brora. We have sheep, chickens, horses and dogs on our Croft.
    Christie’s Cabin is situated on a small Croft near the village of Brora. We are surrounded by beautiful highland countryside. The hut itself is very private and has stunning views of the hills. We are about 2 miles south from the village of Brora and about 1 mile off the main a9 (nc500 route). We have sheep, chickens and ponies on our croft who are all very friendly - we can leave some sheep feed in the hut if you fancy hand feeding our VERY friendly pet sheep ‘Jen’ and ‘lambkin’ who live in the field next to the hut !
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    Brora, Skotlanti, Britannia

    My self catering flat stands in my family’s Sutherland croft, on a hill approximately 153 metres above sea level. The property is compact and cosy, with electric central heating, and it is my priority that visitors have everything they need for a comfortable stay. The lounge/kitchen area is fully equipped with hob, oven, microwave, toaster, steamer, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, pots, crockery, cutlery, table and chairs, Sky TV, Wi-Fi being installed, comfortable sofa-bed and armchair. The bedroom has a kingsize bed, and ample wardrobe storage. For the shower and washbasin, I have provided Arran Aromatics lovely hand- and body-wash products to relax and soothe you. Because this is a highland home, I have kept a certain sense of tradition in the decor, with a variety of plaid fabrics, and some old photographs and objects which I hope you will enjoy looking at. You may browse a selection of books by a diversity of Scottish authors. The views are amazing. From the front windows, the Moray Firth in all its moods leads the eye south west to the distant Cairngorms, or the vast open horizon of the North Sea. On the other sides, the views are framed by some of the oldest hills in Europe. Once mighty Alps, the passage of time and ice ages have worn these to gentler slopes of fractured volcanic rock. Thinly coated in peat and heather, they are the very private habitat of such fauna as grouse, stoat, and hare, and the equally public domain of seasonally grazing sheep, cattle and growing numbers of red and roe deer. You might simply be a bird of passage, staying briefly here while travelling to or from the Northern isles of Orkney and Shetland, or experiencing the wonderful North Coast 500 route. On the other hand, you might want to make this your base for a while, as you explore the area known as the ‘Common Grazings’ - 1011 hectares of wild hillsides, which reach almost to my back door. With wildlife spotting, fishing for tasty little brown trout in a nearby burn, finding examples of iron age archaeology, or simply strolling through the glorious spaciousness, where you’ll rarely encounter another human being, you might not want to travel much further during your entire stay, than down to the village of Helmsdale for supplies, souvenirs or eating out. Being only about half a mile from the A9, it is also easy to base yourself here, and travel up the Strath of Kildonan to the North Coast, follow the East Coast to John O’ Groats, or take a day trip across to Ullapool and the West. Close to hand, Helmsdale village (3 minutes away by car, 20 on foot) has a heritage centre (Timespan) with a riverside cafe. On the main street visitors will further find two restaurants, a takeaway, two bars, a mini market, a gift shop and an old-fashioned ironmonger’s store. Helmsdale also offers golf, river and sea fishing opportunities. Visitors may travel here by car, bike, train, bus or, of course, on foot! I can arrange collection from the train station or bus stop. If you plan driving here in the winter months, I strongly recommend winter tyres. My driveway is rather rough, though everyone seems to manage, driving carefully. No matter when you plan to visit, remember this really IS the great outdoors, so bring weatherproof clothing and footwear, and midge/tick repellant in the summer. I am not a professional linguist, but I speak some French, Italian, German and Polish. I look forward to welcoming you to The Stroops!
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    Helmsdale, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Bracoden House, Golspie has the beach on its doorstep and views over the Moray Firth. With miles of beautiful coastal paths you can walk to Dunrobin Castle in one direction and to Loch Fleet nature reserve in the other. Right on the North Coast 500 route and close to 4 fantastic links Golf Courses. Bracoden offers a warm welcome with extremely comfortable and well furnished rooms at a very reasonable price. Ideal for those looking for good value and a no fuss experience.
    Bracoden is an Edwardian 2 storey house. With lounges and kitchen on the ground floor and bedrooms on the 1st floor. Spacious, light and airy.
    Golspie - ​Golspie Gallery is well worth a visit as is Lindsays gift shop and the Stone shop. There is a good traditional Fish & Chip restaurant, a Chinese take-away, Poppy's cafe and the Coffee Bothy. There are a couple of pubs and hotel to grab a beer and a bite. All within easy walking. Golspie beach is beautiful with its old pier and lots of picnic tables and seating along the pathways. Dunrobin Castle - Just at the end of the village, set in stunning gardens, Dunrobin is a recommended visit with its museum and falconry displays complimenting the classic interior. Carn Liath - Lies between Golspie and Brora. The Broch was excavated in the 1800's and was built in the last century BC or first AD. Loch Fleet Nature Reserve - You can walk to Little Ferry along the coast or just take a 5 minute drive to Loch Fleet. Stop at The Mound en-route for that picturesque view. There are nesting Ospreys and an abundant of sea birds, wildlife and seals. Dornoch - Don't miss visiting Dornoch with its 13th century Cathedral, The Castle with its whisky/gin distillery, the History Links Museum, independent shops, good pubs and artisan cafe's.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

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    Bracoden House
    Hinta:€57/yö
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    This comfortable, semi-detached house is in a peaceful location in the village of Brora. It's close to the beach, the golf course, and the harbour. The house is set in a large garden and makes a great base for exploring the area.
    This is a pleasant, comfortable house set in a large garden. Accommodation is in two double bedrooms and a sofa bed in the sitting room.
    Brora is a small coastal village, just over an hours drive from Inverness and an hours drive from the spectacular north coast. This is a great place to unwind - there's a lovely beach, pleasant walks by the river, quiet back roads, and three golf courses within easy reach, all welcoming visitors. The Clynelish Distillery is on the edge of the village and welcomes visitors year round. Nearby are nice beaches, good places to surf and kayak and we're only 30 minutes from some great hills. In Brora, there is a handful of shops, including a small supermarket. Bigger shops are in Tain, a 25 minute drive away, where you can also visit the Glemorangie Distillery.
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    Brora, Britannia

    Large room with open beams and large window. shower en-suite bathroom and quiet room at the back of the house discreet entrance from back garden and access to kitchen living room and dinning room downstairs. There is a washing machine available.
    Very beatiful room very large with ensuite which has a power shower. Open beams.
    Fresh air, fantastic safe environment, true Scottish Highlands. Access to Orkney, West Coast, Wick, John O Groats. Hill walking and river walks which are fantastic take a drive up the Strath for some drop dead scenery . rent a gold mining pan and go up the river hunt for hold .. full instructions.. with the pan from the shop at the harbour ! Great for kids and adults alike .. tradition is for the men of the village to pan for gold all there lives and create the first daughters wedding ring from the gold they find .. give it a go . History The first written reference to the people of this area, at the end of the first century AD comes from the Roman historian Tacitus, who described the people as tall, red headed men who fought bravely with long swords and round shields. St Ninian came here about 390 AD and preached at Navidale. Where the old church yard now stands there was a chapel which was burned down during the Reformation in 1556. Helmsdale came under the Parish of Kildonan which gets its name from the pictich word Kil or Cill or Cell, this meaning the cell of St Donan, patron saint of the Strath, from 580 AD. Christianity, however, came under attack in the 9th century when the Vikings began their raids into the North of Scotland. Tharfin the Great conquered Scotland down to the Moray Firth, and certain cairns and standing stones are said to mark the sites of many ferocious and bloody battles. It was at Helmsdale (from the Norse Hjalmundal Dale of the Helmet) that a great battle took place between two Nors chiefs Swein and Olvir Rosta. Swein won a great victory and Olvir's men retreated to some houses which were burned with all their inmates. Olvir escaped by crossing the Helmsdale river and was not heard again. Swein and his men committed many ravages in Sutherland before returning to their ships. As the Vikings mixed with the native population, the clan system evolved and the way of life changed little from century to century. There were periods of blood and strife mainly caused by lust for land and cattle. The chieftain had power of pit and gallows over all men and yet was regarded by his clansmen as protector and father figure. Helmsdale Castle The Couper Park is the site where the Helmsdale Castle once stood. Although, alas it became a rapidly crumbling ruin and was completely demolished in the early 1970s to make way for the new A9 road bridge over the Helmsdale River.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Highland, Brora 1 double room to rent. 1 shared bathroom Early check in could be arranged with prior warning. Access to room and bathroom only.
    We have a double room with a shared bathroom. Travel cot available on request. Property has superfast broadband. Tea and coffee facilities are in each room. A TV with freeview is also available.
    We are situated in the lovely coastal village of Brora on the A9 part of the NC 500 Route. Brora offers a fantastic golf course, beautiful beaches and walks. There are several places to eat in the village including hotels, Indian and Chinese takeaway. Dunrobin castle is a short drive away and worth a visit.
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    Highland Council, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Croft Stones is a delightful modern detached family home that is set in its own grounds; it offers uninterrupted views and a peaceful location, the house sits between the hills and sea with spectacular views from all of its rooms. The house is conveniently located in Lothmore a 2 minutes drive from the A9 it is also equidistance between Brora and Helmsdale on the East Sutherland coast of northern Scotland. The house offers a further benefit as it is located on the popular NC500 route.
    The Room is spacious, the lounge has great views and guests are welcome to sit here and relax and enjoy the views. VISITORS: only 2 Guests will be able to stay at Croft Stones at any one time. THE LOUNGE: TV, DVD player, SKY tv, a selection of books and magazines and DVDs are available.
    VILLAGES NEAR BY: Golspie is (12 miles), Brora is (6 miles), Helmsdale is (6 miles) and Dornoch is ( 20 miles) HELMSDALE AND BRORA: Both villages have Have Golf Courses A range of Restaurants and Coffee shops A rannge of local shops ( gift shops, hairdressers, hotels, grocery, pharmacy. Petrol Station: Brora
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    Helmsdale, Skotlanti, Britannia

    This cosy bunkhouse is attached to our stone-built croft house which looks out from the hill, over the beautiful expanse of sea in front. Ideal for those one-stop sleepovers. Great when touring the NC500 or as a night’s stop-off on the way to or from Orkney. Its location means that you not only benefit from the amazing views over the Moray Firth and Helmsdale Village & Harbour but also from the relaxing and tranquil atmosphere of the surrounding countryside.
    Our cosy bunkhouse provides comfortable, homely accommodation with all you require for a short stay. We have designed it with your relaxation in mind. The Scottish-themed soft furnishings gives it a real 'Highland Retreat' feel whilst, on a practical level, we have also included everything you require to just arrive and relax: - The kitchenette, with seating area, has a microwave (with grill), kettle, toaster and fridge and has all the essentials you need from crockery and cutlery to salt and pepper. The sleeping area is separated from the lounge by a heavy tartan curtain to ensure privacy and low light. Each bunk has its own light, power socket, shelf, security box and all bedding is included. Accessed from the lounge, the large shower room also includes a toilet and wash basin. Shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, soap and toilet paper are provided. Outside there is a covered porch with a bench to sit and relax with a glass of something refreshing whilst looking out onto the expanse of sea in front. There is an equipement room attached to the bunkhouse where bicycles, bulky items, etc can be stored and also a clothes-drying room for those of you caught out by the changing Scottish weather.
    Helmsdale Village is only a 10 minute walk away. It is such a lovely place to visit and has lots to offer - 2 Pubs with restaurants 2 further restaurants Grocery Store Gift Shop Fishing Tackle/Outdoor Clothing Shop where fishing permits can be purchased Museum Cafes The BEST SALMON fishing in Scotland! Riverside Walks Harbour 2 Coastal Path Walks
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    West Helmsdale, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Otago Cottage is a traditional Scottish two-bedroom cottage perfect for a family weekend away. Downstairs Otago Cottage has a modern country kitchen/dining room, a cosy living room, a shower room, and a handy utility and boot room. Upstairs there is a master bedroom, with en-suite and a double bedroom. There is a large enclosed garden that is south and west facing, that is laid to grass with mature hedging. The village of Brora is a stunning seaside village with beautiful beaches on either side of the mouth of Brora river. Brora has a range of different shops to look around and has plenty of food and drink options. Brora is full of history, find out why our nickname is “the electric city” at the Brora Heritage Centre, Brora Golf Club is a must-see for Golfers, even if your not a golfer head to the clubhouse for a coffee or pint and take in the astounding views and don’t forget The Clynelish Distillery, warm yourself up with a whiskey tasting and tour around the distillery.
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    Brora, Britannia

    My place is close to the beach, family-friendly activities, and public transport. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space, the ambiance, the neighbourhood, the light, and the people. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), and furry friends (pets).
    Balranald Shepherds Huts are just outside the quiet village of Brora in the Highlands of Scotland.  The hut sleeps up to three with one double bed and a single bunk.  A log burner keeps the hut cosy with wood supplied..  A kettle and toaster with crockery  as well as all bedding is supplied in each hut.   Sitting right next to the huts is the bothy, with basic kitchen facilities, cooker/oven, microwave and fridge.  The toilet and shower area benefit from underfloor heating.  All towels supplied. Outside is a seating area with use of a bbq hut with a small charge payable on arrival and additional benches and fire pit for those wanting a slightly more adventurous evening, perhaps even catching the northern lights with an honesty box for cost of wood logs in bothy The cost is per hut, dogs are very welcome a maximum of two per hut.  There is a travel cot and bedding available if needed.. Just five minutes off the A9 on the NC500 route. This is a superb location for a walking, driving, cycling, fishing or golfing holiday.  The local Clynelish Distillery is just a stones throw away and does tours throughout the year.  Alternatively you may just wish to enjoy the peace and quiet! Brora is a short twenty minute walk away with a choice of shops and eating places.  Bikes available too. Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us -  we will do our utmost to help (We are dog friendly with a small charge of £5 per night per dog payable on arrival also small charge £3 per bagfor BBQ coals and logs for fire pit payable on arrival, wood burning quirky hot tub & sauna cabin £30 or £20 each charge per day if using payable on arrival.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    relax in your comfortable spacious room close to all local amenities. Close to 2 beautiful beaches. Please note that the house has 2 resident cats and this is a smokers household, although smoking is not permitted in the bedrooms Breakfast is provided along with tea and coffee at any time
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    Highland Council, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Ashcroft is situated in the fishing village of Brora on the A9 and NC500 route .Brora offers a Golf course, fishing, walking, cycling and horse riding and boasts fabulous beaches and a beautiful loch both .excellent places for bird watching.. There are several places in the village to eat a pub, a hotel, Indian and Chinese take away and a well stocked Co op. Dunrobin Castle is only 5 miles away and well worth a visit.
    Ashcroft offers a large bedroom with king-size bed and very spacious private bathroom. Tea and coffee facilities are in each room. A booklet offers lots of useful local information. In the room we have our breakfast menu which carries an additional charge and Evening meal can be arranged up on request.. All dietary requirements are catered for with a little notice please. We have a large garden and field that guests are welcome to explore. Three friendly cats live in the house and we have chickens and sheep in the field.
    Brora is a quiet friendly village surrounded by beautiful countryside, rolling hills and a sandy beach that runs for miles. It is a crofting community with livestock being very important. There are beautiful walks along the river Brora leading either to the harbour or Loch Brora.
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    Golspie, Sutherland, Britannia

    An ideal location, in one of the most scenic parts of the country. On the NC500 route and a short walk into Brora. The static caravan is placed with a view towards the sea and has its own private garden with decking to enjoy the sunshine after exploring the nearby attractions. The Lookout itself, is full with creature comforts for a home away from home. Brora itself boasts a beautiful beach, lovely walks and a host of eateries and shops to enjoy.
    You can see the Clynelish distillery from The Lookout!
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    Highland Council, Skotlanti, Britannia

    A warm welcome awaits at Burnside Cottage, a two bedroom, traditional, detached Highlang cottage, located on a private 6acre croft, with beautiful sea views across open countryside, and a small burn running along side of it, makes it the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday, and only 2miles north of the fishing village of Brora part of the NC 500 route.
    A two bedroom, detached cottage consisting of open plan living room/ kitchen, shower room with WC, private off road parking, garden with table and chairs, a very peaceful quiet location, and all within a 5minute drive of the award winning sandy beach of Brora.
    The Croft and accommodation lies two miles north of the small highland fishing village of Brora. With award winning beach, links golf course, river fishing, horse riding, distillery, heritage centre and small selection of eateries and shops. Easily access to hill, coast and forest walks including the Big Burn walk in Golspie.
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    Achrimsdale, Skotlanti, Britannia

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    Burnside Cottage
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    Burnside Shepherd Hut (En-Suite) is located in the small fishing village of Brora, part of the NC500 route through the Highlands, set on a private 6 acre croft, with beautiful sea views across the Moray Firth, with easy access to Hill and Coastal walks, golf, fishing, and the award winning Brora Beach, makes for a perfect base to explore this beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands.
    The Shepherd Hut, has uninterrupted sea views across open fields, and within walking distance of the award winning Brora beach, or a 5 minute drive, so if you're looking for peace and quiet, this is the place for you. Please note suitable for two adults and a child.
    In the village of Brora, less than 2 miles away, you will find a selection of, shops, restaurants, coffee shops, pub, golf , fishing on River Brora, Distillery, Heritage centre, Loch Brora, lovely harbour, and of course the award winning beach.
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    Achrimsdale, Skotlanti, Britannia

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    Firth View is a 150-yr old terraced cottage near THE SEA & Brora's beautiful mile-long BEACH as well as BRORA's links GOLF COURSE, where it's fairly easy to get a tee-off time. Other nearby courses are Golspie & ROYAL DORNOCH. Also close are LOCH BRORA & THE MOUNTAINS. DUNROBIN CASTLE is a 5-minute drive south & CLYNELISH WHISKY DISTILLERY a 2-minute drive north! Firth View is ideal for couples, solo and/or business travellers, & families. The bathroom is downstairs. Non-smokers only, please.
    Firth View (has fibre-optic internet!) is close to THE SEA (300m), the harbour (200m!), LOCH BRORA (4 miles), Brora's beautiful mile-long BEACH (1/2 mile), and the BRORA GOLF COURSE (same direction; 1/2 mile); which is a highly rated links designed by James Braid in 1923. It is still challenging to all standards, it is relatively easy for a visitor to get a tee-off time and the club atmosphere is relaxed. Other lovely links courses are Golspie (10 mins south) and famous ROYAL DORNOCH, formed in 1877, is only 20 mins away by car. DUNROBIN CASTLE (5 miles south) is the historic seat of the Earls and Dukes of Sutherland and hosts many activities including an impressive Falconry display. CLYNELISH WHISKY DISTILLERY (1.5 miles) One of the town's attractions that is well worth visiting; produces a fine, peaty single malt (that makes up most of Johnny Walker Black Label). CLYNE HERITAGE SOCIETY is a very active heritage group with archaeological digs ongoing around Brora. The area has a long industrial past, e.g. coal mining, salt panning, tweed production, distilling, electricity generation etc., and, of course, there's always been crofting and fishing. The village street lights were powered by the Brora Electricity Supply Company as early as 1913, fully 35 years before the arrival of mains electricity and soon the village acquired the name ‘the Electric City’. 5000 years before any of this were the NEOLITHIC SETTLERS; a good example of one of their BURIAL CHAMBERED CAIRNS is found on the shore of Loch Brora. BRONZE AND IRON AGE people have left their marks all over the area. Their characteristic ROUNDHOUSES (hut circles) are dotted around the landscape and many more remain to be discovered. There are 7 BROCHS dating from around 600BC to 100AD, which are uniquely found in the Highlands and Islands, but are concentrated in Caithness and East Sutherland. These familiar stone-built towers are somewhat enigmatic structures, as experts are still undecided as to their purpose – defensive or pure status! You’ll love Firth View because of the location (between the sea and the mountains and between Inverness and John-o'-Groats!), the ambiance (very cosy little stone cottage with everything you need for a comfortable stay), the neighbourhood (equi-distant between the sea and the centre of the village with it's small but well-stocked Co-op supermarket), the people (very friendly and helpful) but mostly the outdoors; the beautiful Brora Countryside and Seaside features every imaginable habitat, so a wide variety of wildlife can be seen, including OTTERS (on the River Brora seen anywhere between harbour mouth and loch) and SEALS (best views are on Brora beach where they regularly relax in their inimitable way). MORAY FIRTH BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS can also be seen making their way along the coast, often very close to the beach in small groups. Birds; Brora Beach displays a variety of ducks and waders, the species varying with the season including MALLARD, GOLDENEYE, LONGTAILED DUCK AND EIDER. The ARCTIC TERN is also a visitor and has become the emblem of Brora Golf. Loch Brora has Goldeneye and other ducks, CURLEW, REDSHANK, OYSTERCATCHER AND LAPWING. BUZZARDS are likely, and with luck GOLDEN EAGLE may be seen in winter. Loch Fleet forms part of a well-known nature reserve with a wealth of seaducks and waders. Here one may chance to see OSPREY fishing. WILDCATS (in local woods and in the hills, if you're lucky!) Deer; ROE DEER are widespread and may be seen wherever there is cover, RED DEER can commonly be seen on the hills around Loch Brora and Glen Loth. Other Mammals; HEDGEHOG, MOLES, SHREWS, VOLES, HOUSE and WOOD MICE, FOX, STOAT, WEASEL, RABBIT are all common. BROWN HARES are found on farmland and MOUNTAIN HARE on heather moorland. LONG EARED BATS in sheltered areas and GOATS are often to be seen on the Morvich Rock near Rogart. ACTIVITIES beyond wildlife spotting include: HORSE RIDING (Star Stables are in Brora and Highlands Unbridled are 20 miles down the coast, in Tain). WALKING/HIKING (endless possibilities; from sea trails and mountain hikes to gentle loch-side strolls), FISHING (from Sea Angling, loch fishing to Salmon and Sea Trout Fishing), local MOUNTAIN BIKING (run by Highland Wildcats in nearby Golspie, which features the longest descent in the UK from the summit of Ben Bhraggie - 1300' to sea-level - and the longest technical singletrack climb. There's a BOWLING AND TENNIS CLUB less than 1/2 mile away. Whatever the time of day or year there is a very good chance of seeing a group of enthusiasts out on the waves near the harbour entrance, SURFING and/or SWIMMING. When particularly high, the waves actually prevent the smaller fishing boats from leaving the harbour but do make great surf for sport! Nearest indoor pool is at the ROYAL MARINE HOTEL (1/2 mile) and the larger Sutherland Swimming Pool Complex is just 5 miles away in Golspie. The best beach with safe swimming is the mile or so along from the north of the Brora River, where KITE FLYING also seems to be popular.
    A small village halfway between Inverness and John O'Groats that offers everything you might need right there on your doorstep, with great transport links and yet from where it's very easy to find peace and solitude amongst the mountains, valleys and beautiful coastline.
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    Brora, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Lovely warm spacious home in the heart of the Helmsdale Village. Close to all local amenities - shops, restaurants, pubs and Cafe. Lovely sights within a stones throw - the harbour, the famous Helmsdale River, golf course and many walks for all fitness abilities. Comfortable well equipped accommodation for families, groups, couples or individuals. An ideal stopover on the North Coast 500 route for weary travellers to relax and unwind in a peaceful location.
    Historic house built in the early 1900's and fully modernised. I've tried to keep it as true to original as possible. Please bear in mind there is only 1 bathroom as en-suites weren't the rage when this was built! However, the shower pressure is excellent. The kitchen is large and boasts an 8 burner range cooker and American fridge freezer. Please cook or bake to your hearts content. There is super fast fibre broadband WiFi throughout the property. Netflix and Amazon Prime Video on some of the TVs.
    Helmsdale is a small friendly village set in a peaceful location with stunning views. There’s plenty to see and do - beach walks, gold panning, fishing, shooting, mountain and trail walks and a lot of wildlife around too. Helmsdale is a Sutherland coastal village steeped in history and with a strong maritime tradition. The village boasts a good level of local amenities for both visitors and residents. The area has an association with Viking history and attracts a great many tourists. The village is renowned for its gold panning at Kildonan and the Timespan visitor attraction depicts the regions diverse history.  The village has approximately 750 inhabitants and is one of the main centres of population in Sutherland. It also has an excellent links golf course and is in easy reach of the famous course at Royal Dornoch which lies to the south. The region is also renowned for its whisky production, with distilleries in Brora, Wick and Tain.  Slightly further afield the Falls of Shin and Dunrobin Castle provide an interesting day out. Touring and genealogy are other favourite pastimes, together with the prospect to visit nearby Scottish castles and other historic sites. These attractions combined with the varied natural scenic beauty of the surrounding area make it highly popular with a wide range of visitors and tourists. For the outdoor enthusiast the Highlands of Scotland are famous for spectacular scenery and rugged mountains, a reputation which is comfortably upheld by Helmsdale. The wonderful un-spoilt scenery of the famous coastline and surrounding hills combine to make this a most attractive area.  For walkers the beautiful Sutherland terrain offers varied degrees of challenge from the more leisurely hillwalking to more stretching mountaineering. A wide range of birdlife attracts the ornithologist and the area has a huge appeal to the naturalist. The local rivers appeal to large numbers of sports fishermen looking to net trout or salmon.
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    Helmsdale, Britannia

    CROFT STONES IS A FAMILY HOME WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEWS IT IS SOUTH FACING SO GETS THE SUN ALL DAY THE ROOMS ARE LARGE AND COMFORTABLE WE ARE ONLY A MINUTE FROM THE A9 WHICH IS ON THE NC500 THE HOUSE IS EQIDISTANCE BEBTEEN HELMSDALE AND BRORA THERE ARE HOTELS, CAFE, SHOPS WALKING FISHING, DISTILLERY, LOVELY BEACHES
    THE HOUSE IS ABOUT 300 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL SO HAS AN ALL ROUND VIEW TO THE MORAY COAST AND THE VILLAGES SOUTH LOOKS BEAUTIFUL AT NIGHT WHEN ALL THE LIGHTS ON THE COASTIGHT UP
    WE ARE IN A BEAUTIFUL PART OF SUTHERLAND AND BEING ON THE NC500 HAS GIVEN GUEST A TRUELY GREAT EXPERENCE
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    Loth, Skotlanti, Britannia

    Two level 3 bed room Detached house with living area and Kitchen on upper level over looking golf course 2nd and 17th greens with sea views. Private access to beach and golf course.
    Baby gate and 1 high chair in the upstairs living room /kitchen area
    Very quiet area next to golf course and Beach. Sids spice award Indian restaurant, Cocoa Skye Fantastic coffee shop. Capt Crabs pub.
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    Highland, Skotlanti, Britannia

    The Tall Pines Yurt has been lovingly built within the grounds of our home on the hill at Gartymore, Helmsdale, which is on the North Coast 500 route. It comprises a double bed, bed-settee, log burner, cooking area, toilet, shower, private garden with BBQ and outside furniture and a private parking area. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful location which has stunning views over the Moray Firth.
    Your stay will be a unique experience as this is a traditional Mongolian dwelling with double layers of insulation and a log burning stove to keep you warm and cosy. The yurt has its own private garden, with seating and BBQ area. There is also a bistro table and two chairs on the decked veranda.
    We live on the hill overlooking the Moray Firth. It is a very quiet, rural area with sheep and cattle in the fields in front of our property. There are plenty of places to walk nearby and if you are lucky you may even spot a few deer. At the bottom of the hill you will be able to access the beach and see the seals in the water. There is a path there which takes you into the village via the river estuary.
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