Covid-19 Infection Precautions
In order to make The Brigs as safe as posssible for our guests we are following Government Guidlines to disinfect as well as clean properties at changeover. For the current season we are allowing an extra 24 hours between bookings to protect both our housekeeeper and incoming guests from any airborne infection.
We therefore ask departing guests to leave by 9.00 am at the end of their stay and new arrivals to come after 6.00 pm the following day. We anticipate returning to our usual Saturday to Saturday changeovers later in 2021.
Self catering holiday accommodation on the North Coast 500 tourist route, for up to 6 adults and three children - Sorry but No Pets
A spacious well equipped holiday home in the North West Highlands of Scotland enjoying an exceptionally quiet location at the end of a croft access track, with stunning views over Clashnessie Bay towards Handa Island and the hills of Tarbet, Arkle and Foinaven.
Direct views to the magnificent 80ft Clashnessie Waterfall.
10 minutes stroll to the quiet sandy beach.
Three well sized double bedrooms, one with three extra single beds for families.
Although we do not provide wheelchair ramped access the double bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor might suit those with limited mobility..
Linen, electricity (including heating), WiFi and anytime telephone calls to UK and many overseas landlines are included in the tariff.
The Brigs, overlooking Clashnessie Bay, Handa, Oldany Island and the Hills of Tarbet
The perfect base to enjoy Sutherland at its best
Hill and coastal walking, fishing, deer stalking, bird watching, sea trips and kayaking, sight seeing, photography, painting, soaking up the history and culture of the Highlands - all available locally.
Located 500 metres up an unmade croft access road, the cottage is uniquely situated to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the area. The views in all directions are stunning. Wildlife abounds. Foxes, badgers and deer can frequently be seen on the surrounding croft, buzzards soar overhead, and a wealth of stonechats, warblers, swallows, bunting, wagtails and wheatears visit in their seasons.
Clashnessie's 80 ft Waterfall
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