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Caithness self-catering holiday cottages

6 properties found
Lybster (4mls S), The Highlands

Bulchatton Cottage

4212

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7 nights

£449 - £745

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Thurso, The Highlands

North View Cottage

6322

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7 nights

£848 - £1,275

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John O Groats (6mls W), The Highlands

The Captain's House

631

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7 nights

£802 - £1,320

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Castletown, The Highlands

Quarryside Farmhouse

6312

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7 nights

£561 - £910

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Wick, The Highlands

Heather Cottage

8434

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7 nights

£882 - £1,594

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Thurso, The Highlands

Bushta House

18983

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7 nights

£5,876 - £8,937

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Holiday cottages & self-catering accommodation in Caithness

Take a peek at our favourite Caithness holiday cottages and start planning your Scottish holiday. Set in a rural outpost at the North-East tip of Scotland, the ‘flow country’ attracts visitors that love to go off-grid in search of escape from busy lifestyles. Marvel at geological wonders and stunning views from the peaceful shores of the North Sea with views towards the Pentland Firth and the Orkneys. Caithness is the ideal destination for nature lovers, artists and sporty pals. Whether you choose a beachside retreat or a cosy townhouse, you’ll find everything you need for a relaxed stay in your Caithness self-catering accommodation, from well-equipped kitchens and warming wood burners to the cosiest beds made for the sweetest of slumbers. 

Learn to surf at Dunnet Bay, or go gin tasting at the Dunnet Bay Distillery. Fish for your supper on Loch Watten, or cycle part of the John O’Groats trail to Land’s End in Cornwall! Take a drive on the North Coast 500 which covers the most remote corners of northern Scotland. Discover historic stone structures, including the Whaligoe Steps, the Grey Cairns of Camster, and the Achavanich Standing Stones. Amble around floral walled gardens of the Queen Mother’s Castle of Mey. Shop in Wick, and source Caithness artisan glass; nearby you’ll find the ruins of Old Wick Castle, Castle Sinclair and Castle Girnigoe. Or simply enjoy bucket-and-spade days on Durness, Achmelvish and Sandwood Bay beaches, all adding to the beauty of the Sutherland region.

Book Caithness holiday cottages for the most memorable of holidays in northern Scotland.