Bhraggie House is situated in a wonderful location about one mile from the village of Golspie in a very quiet cul-de-sac. It has magnificent views from the lounge and both bedrooms which are overlooking the Moray Firth and deer and pheasants can often be seen in the morning in the fields in front of the house. Our aim is to give our guests the optimum comfort and can be assured of our personal attention at all times. Both are bedrooms are en-suite with tea/coffee making facilities – the larger bedroom also has a bed settee. Breakfast is served to fit in with the guest s schedule for the day and packed lunches are available on request. We also serve evening meals if desired and we aim to make the most of the local produce – venison and salmon are often on the menu. It is perfect for the golfer, angler, water sports enthusiasts, mountain bikers with the Wildcat Trails on Ben Bhraggie only a stones throw away, bowlers, photographers, artists, bird watchers, etc. to enjoy their pastimes amongst outstanding scenery. One can visit Dunrobin Castle and enjoy the falconry display in the grounds, walk up Ben Bhraggie to see the memorial to the 1st Duke of Sutherland, enjoy the nature reserve at Littleferry, walk through the beautiful Big Burn – just a few of the pleasurable things to do in Golspie. For the children there is a lovely sandy beach just one mile away.
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