A charming, semi-detached Highlands cottage in a lovely location, in the quiet village of Halkirk, 25 miles from John O'Groats, the most northerly point of mainland Britain.
This Highlands cottage offers a well-equipped fitted kitchen with dining area, a cosy sitting room with a large window to the outside decked area, and two comfortable bedrooms.
The single-storey accommodation means guests of all ages can enjoy this Highlands cottage, perhaps to take a walk or cycle ride in this beautiful area, or indulge in a spot of fishing on the Thurso River.
With the Orkney Islands within easy reach and surrounded by remote moorland, this welcoming Halkirk cottage provides a cosy, comfortable base from which to discover this lovely part of the Highlands.
For a real taste of Scotland there are distilleries aplenty and there are ample outdoor attractions to suit all tastes within easy reach of this cottage in the Highlands.
An ideal base to return to after an action-packed day, or simply for a peaceful rural retreat.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 5135, together they sleep 9.
All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x triple bunks (double on bottom, single on top). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area (seats 4). Sitting room (seats 4) with large window to deck.
About the location
Thurso 6 miles; Wick 16 miles; John O’Groats 25 miles.
Halkirk is a peaceful little village in Caithness, said to be the "first planned village in Scotland", surrounded by moorland and spectacular views and with excellent access both up North Sea and down to the Moray Coast. Halkirk offers a handful of amenities including small village pub, shop selling local produce and a hotel with restaurant. Halkirk is ideally placed for touring this remote and beautiful area of the Northern Highlands. It is also situated perfectly for a visit to John O'Groats, which is just 25 miles away and Durness, where Smoo Cave, Cape Wrath and the Durness Golf Course are well worth a visit. The daily ferry to Orkney is a 30 minute drive along the coast, and The Castle of Mey makes an interesting day out. With awe-inspiring views over the moorlands and glens, Halkirk is ideal for quiet retreat with walks and birdwatching. There are also several more amenities in Thurso just a short drive away.