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Please note: Whilst displays of the aurora are common in John o' Groats, obviously the chances of seeing them are dependent upon solar conditions and the prevailing weather. The further north you are, the better your chances of witnessing the aurora. On the British mainland, in John o' Groats, you are as far north as it is possible to be and your chances
Links House is a Scottish manor home in the great country house tradition. The original building was constructed as the manse to the Dornoch Free Church in 1843 at the direction of the Reverend George Rainy Kennedy. Today, over 170 years later, Links House enters a new chapter in its history as a bespoke luxury boutique hotel. Our newly-constructed
After having lived and travelled in different places, we decided it was about time to achieve the long time dream of having a guesthouse. We decided on the Highlands as it encompasses the wilderness and freedom that we've only found in vast far far away provinces but close from home. Opening with our little boy has been a rewarding and successful challenge
Following our recent renovations and refurbishments, we have now created 13 rooms at the hotel. Each has all of the modern day comforts, including full ensuite bath or shower rooms, tea & coffee making facilities, remote controlled televisions, wi-fi internet connectivity, etc. Our brand new luxury accommodation with an extra large bedroom, within the
The Lovat Arms Hotel welcomes you to Fraser Country. This stylish family owned hotel is situated in the beautiful bustling village of Beauly, some 12 miles from the Highland capital Inverness. Clan Fraser of Lovat is the principal clan in the area and their local history extends back to the 13th Century. The wide rectangular market square, once the
Coig na Shee offers bed and breakfast accommodation that we'd want to stay in ourselves. This means getting everything right, and also by paying attention to the smallest detail, such as crisp white bed linen, huge cosy towels, pampering toiletries, leaf and herbal teas, fresh coffee with a cafetire. It's impossible to be totally sure of the origins
Black Sheep Hotels brings together experience and expertise through its collection of Highland country hotels, strategically located to showcase the true spirit & beauty of the Scottish Highlands. Our hotels provide an opportunity to explore the outdoors and experience the local culture and heritage. We care for our guests through our innovative approach
The Macdonald family have been farming on the Black Isle in the Scottish Highlands since 1927, and on the west coast since 1840. Ewan and Shaun are the two brothers currently in charge of the farming enterprise. We have around 2500 sheep and 250 cattle, and grow malting barley, wheat and oil seed rape. We diversified into holiday homes in 2005 having
This fine and rambling Highland lodge, with its origins in the late Georgian era, was the home of the Davy family for over a century. George Baynton Davy (1838-1907) was from Nottinghamshire, England and moved to Scotland after his marriage to Martha MacKay, the daughter of a local lawyer from Fort William. George had inherited money from his father
The Highland Club Direct properties are situated within a historic abbey just a stone's throw from the infamous Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. St. Benedictine's Abbey itself dates back to around 565 AD, and the luxury holiday accommodation housed within has retained much of its historic charm and traditional archways. Surrounded by the rolling
The Torridon is a place like no other. It's where glamour and homeliness blend in one of the world's greatest wildernesses. Our location in the vast, natural playground of the Scottish Highlands is a gloriously refreshing antidote to city living or stressful lives. Reconnect with family and friends and let the kids run free. Lose track of time as you
With origins in the eighteenth century the hotel was originally built as a stopover for passengers travelling by stage coach along the old A9 to Inverness and the North of Scotland. The facilities and atmosphere experienced in the hotel together with the hospitality and welcome extended by our staff make the Duke Of Gordon the ideal place to stay when
We are Adrian and Carol-Anne Craigs. Below, you'll find a few words about ourselves, to help you get to know us and feel more at home when you visit. I look after the home, and I'll be the one that you probably see most of during your time here. I have worked in the hospitality industry all my life, working in local hotels for the last 15 years, and
Our cottages aren't just holiday homes. They're part of a living estate. Behind the scenes, our team work hard to make sure we preserve our heritage and make sure you get the most out of your stay. Our moorland management means guests can hear the call of ground nesting birds in the spring, see a patchwork of purple heather in late summer and watch
Situated by the edge of Loch Broom on the outskirts of Ullapool, The Sheiling enjoys spectacular views of mountains and lochs. The Sheiling comprises six letting bedrooms, double and twin-bedded, all with en-suite facilities - some with bath, some with shower. All rooms have a hospitality tray. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, and two of
We dreamed of running a Guest house for a number of years and after our daughter studied in the university in 2019, our dream started to grow arms and legs. We love the Isle of Skye. When we made our decision to move away from Edinburgh. It is the first place jump into our mind. My husband Tam who used to be a Taxi driver in Edinburgh, worked most of
Snowgoose Mountain Centre & our on site hostel, bunkhouse and self catering accommodation have been run by John & Tina Cuthbertson for the past 30 odd years. John is a highly experienced and qualified mountain and paddlesports instructor who offers guiding services, adventure activity holidays & courses with skills based instruction in canoeing, kayaking
Since we first opened our doors, Kinloch has promised and delivered heartfelt, family hospitality to guests from around Scotland, the UK and the globe. Our aim is to provide an escape that is as unpretentious as it is luxurious. We are rooted in our heritage and our community through the culinary bounty that Skye provides. Learn more about our exceptional
The present property was built in 1860 as the out buildings once part of the original Flichity Inn, which was destroyed in 1964. The property stood derelict for some time and was purchased by John Trotter of Achneim in the early eighties and called 'The Grouse & Trout' and has now been tastefully converted to provide quality accommodation and dinning