Looking for affordable,spacious and modern accommodation on one of Scotlands Highland Coast lines?
Then look no further than our Highland Scottish Caravan and Burnside Cottage.
Sittuated on an idyllic 6 acre Croft, just north of the small fishing village of Brora and only 50 minutes drive North of Inverness .
The Croft is owned and cared for by Lynne and Jim who after years of hard work decided to buy the croft and turn it into a self sufficient farm.
They now grow there own vegetables and plants , rear sheep and tend to the land on a daily basis.
The Caravan is set in a corner section of the Croft with its own private patio area where you can sit and listen to the gentle flow of the burn (river). The views are spectacular and you'll really feel a sense of getting away from it all - although your only 1.5 miles away from Brora village.
Burnside Cottage is located on the Croft, with it's own private seating area and car parking space.
Brora is home to a wonderful fishing harbour and long secluded sandy beach, and a great golf course which runs alongside the Award Winning beach all this is just a 5 minute drive away from the croft.
There are plentiful walks in the area and you'll really get a sense of the beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
The famous Wildcat Mountain bike Tracks in Golspie are just 7 miles away and were voted best in the UK.
Helmsdale famous for Salmon Fishing is just 7 miles away and is also home to the Timespan museum- with historical information about the traditional way of life in the Scottish Highlands.
Or why not enjoy visiting the most northerly point in the UK- John O Groats an hours drive north but with plenty to see and do along the way.
The Croft itself is great for kids, offering a safe place to play and explore with plenty of fresh air.
The local area offers a wide choice of ammenities, from local pubs, restaurants, take aways and cafe's to grocery stores,an ice cream parlour and many more.
There really is something for everyone........
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