Set in a tiny hamlet only 300 yards from the rocky shoreline at the end of a crofting strath grazed by sheep and cows this is the perfect spot for a relaxing ‘get away from it all’ holiday.
With its wooden and terracota tile flooring lack of television reception and cosy multifuel stove heating it provides a wonderful opportunity to step back into a more peaceful traditional way of life.
Lovely beaches and a stunning coastline are a joy for walkers and nature lovers to explore in all weathers the region’s dolphin, whale and seal watching boat trips are popular and day trips might include visits to the Castle of Mey – home of the late Queen Mother – and to John O’Groats. Shop and pub serving food 3 miles.
Cosy sitting room with multi fuel stove (runs CH) with wooden floor. Kitchen with dining area. Cloakroom/WC. Sun porch with dining area and sea view.
Steep stairs to first floor: Bathroom/WC (shower over bath). Double bedroom with sloping ceilings.