It accommodates up to six guests, with two bathrooms.
The main living room on the first floor is of historic and cultural interest. As the meeting room for the town library, the public meeting to agree the formation of the now renowned championship Brora golf course was held here in 1891. With its high ceilings, superb original fireplace, deep comfortable sofas and Harris tweed soft furnishings, it emits a relaxing and luxurious ambience. The original wood flooring throughout the house adds to the charm. Brora is situated on the increasingly popular North Coast 500 route, renowned for its stunning scenery and numerous places of interest. In the immediate locality is the Brora golf course, within easy walking distance. Clynelish and Brora Distilleries are world renowned and offer fascinating tours to visitors. Brora is also situated on the John o Groats trail, which follows the coast for miles and provides superb walks with the chance to spot seals, dolphins and numerous bird life along the way. Brora’s large sandy beach is just a short walk away.
Kitchen / dining room . Large family sized room with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine, microwave.
Shower cubicle, toilet, basin, heated towel rail
Stairs to first floor
Main living room as described above.
One 4’ 6” bed.
Bathroom with bath, toilet, basin.
Stairs to Second floor
Two zip and link beds to make 3’ twins or super king.
Two zip and link beds to make twin 3’ or super king.
Garden at rear. Fully enclosed with high fence and a real suntrap. There is a well-kept lawn, flower borders surround. Outdoor dining table and chairs. Space in lane to park and drop off suitcases etc. Free unlimited parking available 2 minutes’ walk from property. Shed for bikes.
No pets. Bedding and towels provided. Minimum 4 nights stay. Electric storage heaters. Open fire. Initial supply of logs and coal. Wi-fi.