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Last updated: Tue 18th Sep at 1:29 am

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+ Lochaill Guest Ho North Brora Muir
Lochaill Guest Ho
01408 621157

The best far north B&B for fishing the River or Loch Brora and surrounding waters.

  Self Catering LocationRating
+ Borrobol Estate Holiday Cottages Sutherland
Borrobol Estate Holiday Cottages
01431 831264

Two traditional and tastefully decorated estate cottages in the Strath of Kildonan by the River Helmsdale. Perfectly situated for some of the far north's best wild brown trout lochs. A rowing boat and fishing on Loch Ascaig is included for each cottage. Three bedrooms and two bedrooms, sleeping up to ten if taken together.

+ Suisgill Estate Helmsdale
Suisgill Estate
01752 837351

Early Spring fishing available for two rods on the world famous river Helmsdale (Suisgill Beat) including s/c accommodation in cosy two bedroom cottage and minimum 2 days ghillie depending on date. See website for more details: or contact via email:

+ Loneacre Caithness
01556 504030

Loneacre is a recently built holiday cottage offering all modern comforts and finished to a high standard. The cottage with its own private garden is located on a family owned working stock farm. There are uninterrupted views across the stunning Caithness countryside and whatever the weather the changing colours and hues are a sight to see. Whether you are looking for outdoor pursuits, be it fishing on the Wick or Thurso, paintballing or quad bike trips there is plenty of choice in the area, or to explore the countryside with the wonderful variety of bird life particularly on the cliffs around coast which are spectacular hosting colonies of puffins, kittiwakes and guillemots. Sleeps 4 in 1 Double & 1 Twin bedroom. Maximum of 2 dogs welcome.

+ Altnabreac Cottages Thurso
Altnabreac Cottages
01556 504030

Altnabreac Cottages are set in one of the most wonderfully wild areas of Scotland providing a truly enchanting wilderness destination. The nearest corner shop is approximately fifteen miles away and access to the properties is along six miles of forest roads; alternatively you can catch a train to the request Halt at Altnabreach Station (450m), one of the most remote and little used stations in Britain. The scenery is startling and opportunities for outdoor pursuits are almost endless be it walking, mountain biking, fishing and of course enjoying the superb flora and fauna of this wild area. Wildlife abounds throughout the area both on your doorstep at the cottage or indeed along the rugged coast line which varies from superb sandy beaches such as Dunnet Bay or Melich Bay together with rugged coastal cliff walks. The cliff walks are worth investigating to savour the sights of puffins and kittiwakes together with the chance to see whales, dolphin and porpoises. With the coastline so near and together with the lochs and burns closer to the cottage water sports and angling are superbly catered for and brown trout fishing is available on the owner's loch, Loch Dhu.