Only one hundred yards from the beach and thirty yards from the 12th tee of Brora Golf Course, these cottages can accommodate six people in each or up to 12, if taken together. READ MORE
Positioned a few minutes away from the centre of the village by car, these holiday lets also offer a central base for touring the Highlands. The Royal Burgh of Dornoch is only 15 miles away and Golspie six. Day trips to Ullapool, John O’Groats and Orkney may also be on your to do list and golfing itineraries taking in Royal Dornoch, Tain, Golspie and Brora
Golf Clubs are popular.
Brora is a small but beautiful Highland village equipped with all you’d need to really make your holiday, including a golf course frequented by Open Champion winners such as Peter Thompson and Paul Lawrie, The local working distillery produces both a Brora and a Clynelish malt whisky and both are internationally renowned. There is also a world-famous ice-cream shop – Capaldi’s.
And of course there’s the usual array of local shops including a pharmacy, newsagent and grocers.
Dalchalm is nestled just outside the village centre with easy and picturesque walks right on your doorstep. The well-lit and quiet streets mean it’s only the waves crashing that might keep you awake at night.
Scotland is celebrating the Year of History Heritage and Archaeology (#HHA2017) this year, and whilst the route may be famed for gorgeous sandy beaches, mountainous landscapes and sweeping coastal views, the NC500 also has a huge number of incredible historical sites of interest.
For those interested in Scotland’s prehistory, be sure to check out Caithness Broch Project’s fantastic map, which features 18 amazing archaeological sites you can expect to encounter along the way!