One bedroom dog-friendly cottage in Berriedale on the Langwell and Braemore Estate in Caithness, Scotland.
On the most North-Eastern part of the North Coast 500 Scenic Route, Berriedale is a small fishing village on the East coast of Caithness and is the most Southern village in the county before crossing into Sutherland.
This recently renovated cottage backs onto the Berriedale river and is just a stone’s throw away from a secluded shingle beach. Sheltered by craggy cliffs, this small bay is the perfect spot to look out for sea birds and seals, and if you are lucky enough, you may even see dolphins swimming by.
High on the hillside above the cottages, you will notice two crenellated towers called the Duke’s Candlesticks, named after the Duke of Portland. Thought to date back to the mid-19th century, the towers were navigation beacons used to guide in the fishing boats.
Whether you are looking for holiday accommodation for a few days away or planning on staying a little while longer, Mill Cottage is perfectly positioned to discover the Langwell and Braemore estate.
- Double/Twin bedroom
- All bed linen and towels provided
Living & Relaxing
- Small sofa
- Free wireless broadband
- Dining table
Cooking & Dining
- Electric oven, grill, hob
- Microwave and toaster
- Range of utensils and accessories
- Washing machine
- Tea towels provided
- Short walk to the shingle beach
- Onsite parking
For further information and to book a stay, visit AirBnB.