Wilson’s

Wilson’s

Sitting on the seafront at Golspie with stunning views across to Portmahomack this extended 3 bedroom self-catering cottage has a spectacular two-story glass extension that takes full advantage of the changing views of the sea. Whether it be a summer day or a winter’s day the peace and calm from sitting watching the ever-changing scenery is breathtaking.
The house is tastefully decorated with neutral colours, handcrafted driftwood pieces and a nautical theme throughout. There are three bedrooms a double (with en-suite) on the ground floor and a further 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. There is a cosy lounge with a multi-fuel burner and formal dining area overlooking the sea and a mezzanine area for even further vistas.
Parking is to the rear of the property as well as access to an enclosed garden.
The front of the house is situated on the main street, close to all local amenities and the rear of the property is set next to Golspie beach. The village is nestled below Ben Bhraggie, and if you venture up the lovely walk, you’ll find the monument of the Duke of Sutherland at the top and stunning 360-degree views across Sutherland and to the North Sea.
There are various other walks, including the Big Burn Waterfall and along the beachfront to the famous Dunrobin Castle. There are local gift shops, coffee shops, pubs, restaurants butchers, fishmongers and The Trawler Fish & Chip shop. Locally made Capaldi’s ice cream shop offers delicious treats to reward yourself after a long day exploring all Golspie has to offer.

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Easter Craigs

Easter Craigs

Easter Craigs is a comfortable 4-bedroom self-catering holiday home that is ideally situated as a base for a thoroughly relaxing vacation.

The house sits in an acre of woodland gardens in the peaceful surroundings of the crofting community of Backies and is south facing, catching any sun in the sunroom and the kitchen/dining room. Scenic and often spectacular views may be enjoyed from most rooms in the house, over the Dornoch Firth, Portmahomack and Tarbat Ness lighthouse, Ben Bhraggie and Dunrobin Glen, with clear days opening the vista to the Moray coast and even the distant Cairngorms.

The living room is connected to the sun and dining rooms by sliding doors and has a Nordic style open fireplace built from the red sandstone of the former croft house. There is an entrance lobby and boot room, and a hallway giving access to the living areas and stairs to the first floor. There is a good-sized bedroom with a daybed and desk on the ground floor that can be used for sleep, leisure and work purposes. There also are a shower and a utility room downstairs, with dish washer, washing and drying machines, and storage facilities. Upstairs, there are two spacious double bedrooms, a children’s room with a bunkbed, and a bathroom. An oil-fired boiler heats the central heating and the water.

The garden is laid out in terraces with lawn and flowers, shrubs and a majestic mature beech tree to the rear of the house. Remnants of the former croft house have been integrated into the garden, with hydrangea and succulents growing over the old stonework. At the front of the house is an extended woodland area with a small stream running through the lower part of the garden. Almost directly below the house runs a small spring, which trickles through the garden to the stream. There is plenty of outdoor space for children to explore, whilst the garden provides a home to a range of birds, mice and voles, and is visited by local roe deer and badgers. There is ample parking for three cars.

There are plenty of things to do locally, and Easter Craigs gives easy access to local beaches and golf courses, Golspie and the Big Burn walk, Dunrobin Castle and gardens, Brora, Loch Fleet, Ben Bhraggie’s foot and cycle paths, and Dornoch. The area has much to offer nature and bird lovers. Osprey, seals and seabirds can frequently be seen at Loch Fleet, and birds of prey circle above the house and along the hills behind it. Visitors can also explore local history, from the local Brochs to the stone carvings left behind by the Picts. Further afield, John O’Groats, Cape Wrath, the northern and Assynt hills and beaches, Handa Island, Lochinver, Ullapool and Inverness are all less than two hours’ drive away.

Please note, the location of this property is remote and does have single track roads leading up to it, check the map before booking.

The Apartment at Allt-Sagart

The Apartment at Allt-Sagart

The Apartment at Allt-Sagart is located on the ground floor and has been tastefully designed as a comfy and stylish one-bedroom, self-catering property.
The property sits on the NC500 route in the coastal village of Golspie.

The spacious accommodation has a large double bedroom with en suite, a fully fitted kitchen with seating and a comfy lounge with open fire. There is a w/c in addition to the en suite shower room.

The entrance hall has plenty of space for walking boots, coats, prams or dogs, perfect after walks on the beach.

The apartment is situated on the main street, close to all local amenities and across the street from Golspie beach. The village is nestled below Ben Bhraggie, and if you venture up the lovely walk, you’ll find the monument of the Duke of Sutherland at the top and stunning 360-degree views across Sutherland and to the North Sea.

There are various other walks, including the Big Burn Waterfall and along the beach front to the famous Dunrobin Castle. Capaldi’s ice cream shop offers delicious treats to reward yourself after a long day of exploring all Golspie has to offer.

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Anvil House

Anvil House

A self-contained 1 bedroom house, designed as self-catering accommodation, Anvil House is a listed building with quaint and quirky features. It has 1 spacious double bedroom, a lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The kitchen has a cooker, fridge and washing machine, while the lounge boasts a cosy wood burning fire and TV. Towels, toiletries and basic cooking essentials are in the house for guests use.

Golspie village is on the east coast of Sutherland and offers an award-winning beach, 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, railway station and also sits on the NC500 route, along with the A9 bus route.

There are lots of outdoor activities right on the doorstep, including; a top-class mountain biking trail suitable for all levels, the Sutherland Kart Track and Little Ferry Nature Reserve. Golspie is also renowned for its walking routes, with Balblair woods, the Big Burn, Ben Bhraggie and many more. If you venture up the Ben, you’ll find the monument of the Duke of Sutherland at the top and stunning views across Sutherland and to the North Sea.

Dunrobin Castle is found just north of Golspie and is one of Scotland’s must-see castles. Additionally, it is only a 15-minute drive south to the historic town of Dornoch and the Royal Dornoch Golf Course.

Golspie has all the local amenities that you could want from a small, community village.

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Thistle Apartment

Thistle Apartment

Thistle Apartment is a newly renovated property with all the home comforts you could wish for in a modern, stylish Highland home.

The apartment has 2 spacious bedrooms with the option of king-size or twin beds available, each has an en suite with towels and complimentary toiletries included. The open-plan lounge/kitchen has a comfy sofa, a dining table and chairs and a fully kitted-out kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine. There are TV’s in the lounge and both bedrooms and WIFI throughout the apartment.

Golspie village is on the east coast of Sutherland and offers an award-winning beach, 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, railway station and also sits on the NC500 route, along with the A9 bus route.

There are lots of outdoor activities right on the doorstep, including; a top-class mountain biking trail suitable for all levels, the Sutherland Kart Track and Little Ferry Nature Reserve. Golspie is also renowned for its walking routes, with Balblair woods, the Big Burn, Ben Bhraggie and many more. If you venture up the Ben, you’ll find the monument of the Duke of Sutherland at the top and stunning views across Sutherland and to the North Sea.

Dunrobin Castle is found just north of Golspie and is one of Scotland’s must-see castles. Additionally, it is only a 15-minute drive south to the historic town of Dornoch and the Royal Dornoch Golf Course.

Golspie has all the local amenities that you could want from a small, community village.

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