Trilleachan (The Oystercatcher)
Your route to the North coast
If you were thinking that a quick stay in Brora would be enough, then think again. With a huge wealth of heritage, history and culture to explore, you may forget what you came here for. Lying in the East of Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands the two stunning beaches in Brora boast miles of golden sands, extending along the picturesque coastline. Whether you want to explore the rock pools or try spotting dolphins, minke whales and seals it really is a nature lover's paradise.
GOLF. Brora is a golfer’s paradise. Trilleachan overlooks the first tee and 18th green of the Brora Golf Course (which is an acclaimed James Braid designed course) to the beach and sea.The club house is 100 metres from the apartment, and golfers staying at Trilleachan benefit from 10% discount on green fees (Subject to availability, booking essential) . Tain, Golspie, Dornoch and Castle Stuart and Bonar Bridge golf courses are in easy reach.
You may be a nature lover, or have a love of sports, or even looking for a peaceful retreat to hear the waves crash onto the shore, you are truly spoilt for choice in this eclectic but very traditional Highland Fishing village.
The area around Brora is steeped in history, and there are Iron Age Brochs, the story and artifacts of the Jacobite rebellion in 1746 at Culloden (I hour’s drive away), and historical evidence of the Highland Clearances with sites of clearance villages and Dunrobin Castle to explore on your doorstep.
A short trip along Strath Brora to Loch Brora leads you to stunning scenery where Ospreys, Eagles, otters and Deer are often seen.
Brora is an ideal centre from which to explore the Northern Highlands. A beautiful drive to the amazing west coast takes approx 90 minutes. Ferries to Orkney leave from the north coast, making trips to Orkney an easy option. The Orkney Bus picks up passengers in Brora -making a day trip to Orkney a real possibility.
The Apartment enjoys some superb views over the ever-changing sea and comes equipped to a high standard ensuring your comfort while you enjoy your time here. A large kitchen with high end appliances provides a great space to entertain your friends and family. Go all out with some lovely local produce. Both bedrooms enjoy sea views, so we suggest you don’t rush your morning coffee and just enjoy the sea air.
The village of Brora is on the NC500 and well situated for walking, fishing, cycling as well as visiting local distilleries Brora, Clynelish and not forgetting The Lost Brora Distillery.
The apartment is easy walking distance to beach, local shops, supermarket, bus and train services north to Wick and Thurso and south to Inverness.
The famous Salmon Fishing rivers that flow through Brora and nearby Helmsdale are easily accessible. Permits are available to fish the public parts of these rivers. Trout fishing on Loch Brora may be able to be arranged through Loch Brora Angling Association.
Freesat TV in lounge
White goods & Appliances:
Fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, cooker, toaster, microwave, iron, ironing board, hairdyers
Heat & power usage
Linen & towels
Wifi internet connection
Christmas Decorations – Included for festive weeks
Accessibility – all rooms accessible and front entrance flat.
Parking for up to 2 cars
£100 Breakage Deposit
Kingsize bedroom with en-suite shower room
Twin room with en-suite bath room.
Zip and link beds can be made into all double or all single
Large lounge/ Kitchen with open plan dining area
Nearest shops – Co-op 5 minute walk
Online grocery delivery – Tesco, Asda
Brora village – 5 min walk.
Brora train station – 2 min walk.
Inverness Airport – 90 min drive
Walking/biking/Golf– from front door.