Self catering holiday cottages in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland
Facts about Cottage Breaks in Thurso
A cottage holiday in or near Thurso is likely to appeal to those really looking to get away from it all. This is a remote part of Scotland where you can find unspoilt farmlands, a beautiful coast and much wildlife. Thurso is considered by many to be a gateway to Orkney due to Thurso’s proximity to the Orkney Isles and the ferries that link the two. In recent years Thurso has gained prominence as a surfing hotspot due to the strength of the waves in the Pentland Firth and the European surfing championships have been held here.
Attractions in and near Thurso include the coastline with wonderful beach and coastal walks. At Dunnet near Thurso there are around 2 miles of sandy beach and beach dunes. Around 15 miles from Thurso is the 5 star award winning Castle and Gardens of Mey which are open for visits between May to September. There are extensive gardens and parklands at the castle. Guided tours of the gardens can be booked with the head gardener. For more information on things to see and do in and near Thurso we recommend that you visit the Tourist Information Centre in Thurso on arrival. We hope you find the right cottage to rent and that you enjoy browsing for self catering accommodation in or near Thurso
3 bedroom Watermill, Northern Scotland.
Tucked away in a secluded setting by trees and a waterfall, this unique 3 bedroom cottage was originally a Watermill and is now a fabulous holiday home with modern and stylish accommodation from which you can discover a tranquil and stunning part of the Scottish Highlands.
Special features: free internet access.
Sleeps from 1 to 6 people in 3 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 2
Pet Friendly: Yes (2 dogs welcome)
Rating: Not assessed