An extended and modernised former crofter's 'butt an ben' in a spectacular position overlooking a white sandy beach with the Orkney Islands visible on a good day. This remote corner of Scotland is renowned for its dramatic scenery, rare flora and fauna, bird watching, game fishing and hill walking. Immediate local recreational pursuits available include golf (1 hole is across the Atlantic), cave exploration, visiting the Cape Wrath lighthouse, the most northerly point of mainland Scotland, salmon & sea trout fishing, stalking and not least the nationally renowned wild brown trout in the five lochs around Durness. Located about a mile from the cottage Durness enjoys 24 hour fuel and a shop 6 days a week.
Post Code: IV27 4QD
Security Deposit £150
Short breaks are welcome outside peak periods
That cottage ? Wow!! The cottage was immaculate and in a great location, it virtually has its own private beach. The man who owns that cottage knows what he is doing as it has everything that you might need. Martin, Bedford October 2016
A great retreat from life's hustle & bustle, we can recommend Sangobeag, a great holiday cottage in the far North of God's own Country. Allen's from Cumbria
Accommodation for 6 on two floors: Sun lounge/Dining room/Kitchen; Sitting room with open fire; fully fitted Kitchen; Utility room; 3 Twin bedrooms all ensuite (a total of 2 Shower rooms and 2 Bathrooms).
Services: * Electric heating * Open fire (no fuel provided) * Bed linen and towels are provided * Washing machine and Drier * Dishwasher * Fridge * Freezer * Electric cooker plus Electric Aga * Microwave * Payphone * Mobile reception variable * TV with DVD player (note there is no TV signal) * Wifi * CD player * Parking * Enclosed garden with patio * Dogs welcome (Maximum of 2, allowed on ground floor only) * Small garage/Store * Shops and eating out 2 miles *
Extras: £20 per dog/week.
|Sangobeag||£509 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.