Cottages in Dornoch, Golspie and Lairg

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Burnside, Lairg

Burnside Lairg


6 Milnclarin Way is a wonderful detached cottage that can be found resting in the village of Lairg, Scotland. Hosting four bedrooms including a ground-floor king-size, a twin (zip/link, can be a king-size) with an en-suite shower, and two singles, this cottage can sleep a total of six guests. The first floor is complete with a bathroom, whilst the ground floor is home to a shower room. The interior is complete with a kitchen/dining room, a separate dining room and a utility room, as well as a sitting room.

Braevaal, near Lairg

Braevaal near Lairg


Braevaal is an attractive, whitewashed cottage, 1.5 miles from the village of Lairg in the Scottish Highlands. The cottage can sleep four people in two bedrooms, comprising a double and a twin, together with a family bathroom. The cottage also contains a kitchen with sitting area and woodburning stove, a utility and a dining room with comfy seating.

Taigh Cruinneachadh (Gathering Place), Dunbeath

Taigh Cruinneachadh (Gathering Place) Dunbeath


Taigh Cruinneachadh is a detached property situated on the outskirts of Dunbeath.

Benmore Cottage, Lairg

Benmore Cottage Lairg


Benmore is a modern and comfortable cottage located overlooking the delightful village of Lairg located in the Northern Highlands of Scotland. Equipped and furnished to a high standard, the cottage was upgraded in 2011 to provide a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore the far North.

The cottage is available from Spring through to early Winter, providing a perfect holiday destination for those interested in outdoor activities including walking, climbing, mountain biking, fishing, nature watching or for those simply wishing to relax with stunning loch and forest views.

The Decoy, near Dornoch

The Decoy near Dornoch


The Decoy is a wooden cabin located near Dornoch in the Scottish Highalnds. It has two bedrooms including a king-size double and a double room with a child's single bunk above it. It also comes with an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburning stove. Outside is ample off road parking and a decked area with furniture. The Decoy is a charming cottage ideal for families or friends looking to explore this wonderful part of Scotland.

Rowanberry Bothy Retreat, by Invershin

Rowanberry Bothy Retreat by Invershin


Very cosy, stone built bothy, lovingly restored to accommodate 2 people. Stacker beds can be utilised as one large double or two singles. Small kitchenette with microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle etc. Wood burning stove. Newly installed toilet and shower. All linen provided along with continental breakfast. Perfect location for walking, fishing and hill climbing. You can be sure of a warm Highland welcome.

Blue Pine Lodge, Dornoch

Blue Pine Lodge Dornoch


2 Heatherwood Park is a contemporary lodge resting on the outskirts of Dornoch in the Highlands of Scotland. The all-ground-floor property as two bedrooms, a double and a twin, sleeping a total of four guests. The bedrooms are accompanied by a shower room and an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Outside is a decking with seating and off-road parking for one car. Choose 2 Heatherwood Park for your net family escape to the Highlands.

Traditional Highland Lodge, near Lairg

Traditional Highland Lodge near Lairg

12 + 1

Surrounded by silver birch trees and wild honeysuckle, and on a warm night with a light breeze, the fragrance is idyllic, just like this Highland lodge itself.

Built in 1882, this traditional late Victorian shooting lodge is situated in its own grounds, surrounded by mixed woodlands. In recent years it has been fully refurbished, whilst at the same time it retains its warmth and charm of yesteryear.

Glenmuir Cottage, Dornoch

Glenmuir Cottage Dornoch


Glenmuir Cottage is a stone-built property tucked away in the lovely, seaside town of Durnoch, in Scotland. It boasts two family rooms with double and single beds, sleeping up to four people. The interior also includes a shower room, ground floor cloakroom and an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. To the outside is off-road parking for one car and a large, lawned garden to the front with seating. Glenmuir Cottage offers a refreshing break to the coast.

Kerrisdale, Dornoch

Kerrisdale Dornoch


Kerrisdale is a semi-detached cottage located in the village of Dornoch in Scotland. Hosting three bedrooms; a king-size double, triple room, and a single, along with a family bathroom and shower room, this property can sleep up to five people. Inside you will also find a kitchen, dining room , sitting room and a sun room. To the outside is off road parking and an enclosed lawned garden with a gravelled area and furniture.


Granny's Cottage Dunbeath


Granny's Cottage is a stone terraced cottage set in the small village of Dunbeath within driving distance of John O'Groats. This cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double and one twin, as well as a bathroom. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with electric fire. Outside there's ample off road parking, a front lawned garden with furniture and a rear courtyard.

Aultibea Holiday Cottage, Rogart

Aultibea Holiday Cottage Rogart


Aultibea Holiday Cottage in Rogart near Golspie for Sutherland self catering. This beautiful holiday cottage is situated in a peaceful setting in the countryside just outside the small village of Rogart near Dornoch, close to both the Golspie and Brora villages with plenty of services and activities. It is well-equipped, and in an ideal location for a country holiday with stunning views and lots of intriguing wildlife or just to use as a central base for wider Highland trips.

St. Aethans, near Bonar Bridge

St. Aethans near Bonar Bridge


St. Aethans is a bungalow situated close to the Scottish Highlands village of Bonar Bridge. It hosts 2 bedrooms, both of which are king-size, as well as a family bathroom, the property is able to sleep 4 people. Inside, also find a kitchen, a dining room, a sitting room with a woodburning stove and a conservatory. To the outside there is plenty of off-road parking, lockable storage and access to lawn and woodlands. St. Aethans is a homely holiday home, ideal for that much-needed break away.

Tweed, Golspie

Tweed Golspie


Tweed is a lovely first-floor apartment resting in Golspie, Scotland. Hosting two bedrooms, including a king-size and a twin room, along with a shared bathroom, this property sleeps up to four guests. There is an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is a patio area with seating and a lawned garden with seating, as well as off-road parking for two cars. Tweed is a great base for a break in the highlands in the charming village of Golspie.

Glaven, Bonar Bridge

Glaven Bonar Bridge


Glaven is a detached cottage located in the village of Bonar Bridge in Caithness and Sutherland. Hosting three bedrooms; a king-size with en-suite, a double, and a twin, along with a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to six people. Inside you will also find a cloakroom, kitchen/diner, utility, sitting room with log burner, a snug, and a garage/games room. To the outside is off road parking for two cars, and a rear garden 1/3 of an acre, with patio areas and furniture.

Tartan, Golspie

Tartan Golspie


The Flat is a lovely ground-floor apartment nestled in Golspie, Scottish Highlands. Hosting two bedrooms: one king-size and one twin, sleeping a total of four guests with a family bathroom. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside has a courtyard patio area with furniture, as well as off-road parking for two cars. The Flat is a wonderful choice for a countryside break to the Scottish Highlands.

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