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Cladach at Pentland Firth Cottages, Thurso, Highlands

Cladach at Pentland Firth Cottages
Thurso
Highlands

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Spectacularly located overlooking the turbulent waters of Pentland Firth, and just 20 yards from a lovely sandy beach, these recently refurbished and very comfortable fishermen's cottages offer a cosy base from which to explore the far north and Orkney. The surrounding area is a haven for wildlife and perfect for bird watching, fishing and surfing. Served by a rail link (cycle hire is also available), Thurso is Britain's most northerly town whose seaward views are dominated by the cliffs of Dunnet Head and the Old Man of Hoy – its harbour offers a gateway to Orkney. The Castle of Mey is 8 miles. John O Groats 20 miles. Shops, pubs, restaurants and fishing tackle hire are in walking distance.

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