|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
In the Highland village of Brora, there are two delightful Holiday Cottages available for let in the Crofting community of Dalchalm, which is a quiet area 2 miles north of Brora and adjacent to the 12th Tee of Brora Golf Course with easy access to the beach and countryside. Residents can pay for a Swim Lunch and enjoy the Leisure Club at The Royal Marine Hotel in Brora whilst appreciating the hotel's restaurants and cafe/bar.
The Paddock has three double bedrooms upstairs with an additional room downstairs with a sofa bed. Large sitting room, dining/kitchen room, shower room, utility room and a further bathroom upstairs.
Short breaks by arrangement
All linen and towels are included.
Travel The Road which Tells Scotland's Story!
Scotland is celebrating the Year of History Heritage and Archaeology (#HHA2017) this year, and whilst the route may be famed for gorgeous sandy beaches, mountainous landscapes and sweeping coastal views, the NC500 also has a huge number of incredible historical sites of interest.
For those interested in Scotland's prehistory, be sure to check out Caithness Broch Project's fantastic map, which features 18 amazing archaeological sites you can expect to encounter along the way!
Absolutely everything we were looking for to enjoy our family holiday. House is lovely and very spacious. Beach is a 5 minute walk and lots of aactivities to do in Sutherland - Dunrobin Castle was a favourite. WIll be back again!!
Great house, thank you we had a great time at the beach and spotting seals.
Brora (Scottish Gaelic: Brùra) is a village in the east of Sutherland, in the Highland area of Scotland. The village is on the A9 road and has a railway station on the Far North Line.
A small industrial village having at one time a coal pit, boat building, fishing, salt mining, fish curing, lemonade factory, Clynelish Single Malt distillery, wool mill, bricks and a stone quarry. Stone from the quarry was used in the construction of London Bridge, Liverpool Cathedral and Dunrobin Castle. The coalmine was the farthest north coalmine in the UK. A Government Radio Receiving Station was in operation between 1940 and 1986. First town in North of Scotland to have electricity thanks to its wool industry.This distinction gave rise to the local nickname of 'Electric City' at the time. Local football club Brora Rangers was founded in 1879 and moved to present stadium, Dudgeon Park, in 1922.
Home to Capaldi's Ice Cream shop, once famous throughout the Highlands for some of the finest ice cream in Scotland. It has recently been taken over by Ross-shire baker Harry Gow.
Lots of amenities including an 18 hole Links golf course designed by James Braid in 1923 for sum of £23. Bowling and Tennis, clean beaches and associated wild life.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.