Welcome to Pentland Firth Self Catering Cottages

Two delightful Fishermen's Cottages in Thurso, Caithness

Bairlinnean & Cladach comprise two adjacent self catering fishermen’s cottages located in Thurso, the most northerly town in the North of Scotland. Both cottages have enclosed gardens to the rear with uninterrupted sea views to the Pentland Firth & Orkney Islands.

Whilst Bairlinnean is designed to comfortably accommodate four adults, Cladach is designed to accommodate two adults and two children, having twin single beds in the guest bedroom.

Each holiday let comprises a kitchen, dining room, living room (ground floor) and two double bedrooms, bathroom/shower (first floor). Both holiday cottages are fully furnished to a high standard

Thurso...

Thurso is the UK's most northerly town and is located in Caithness in the North of Scotland. The fishermen’s cottages are located in the old part of town on the coastline of the Pentland Firth. The cottage affords uninterrupted rear sea views of both the Pentland Firth and Orkney Islands and indeed it is possible to see the ‘Old Man of Hoy’ which is a famous Orcadian rock stack.

There is much to see in Caithness generally and the self catering cottages are a perfect base for walks both east and west. The Castle of Mey is some eight miles to the east and John O’Groats some twenty miles beyond that. To the west is the Kyle of Tongue, Durness and Cape Wrath. Additionally there are ferries available from Scrabster, Gills and John O’Groats to the Orkney Islands and beyond. In general terms, Caithness and Sutherland are areas of oustanding beauty with numerous unspoilt places to explore.