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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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