Hello and welcome to Dunnet Head, Scotlands most northerly point. We are north of Moscow and Stavanger in Norway - but more easily accessible!
We have self catering and bed and breakfast accommodation and welcome groups of walkers and cyclists. Drying facilities and cycle storage are available. The walking and wildlife in the area is superb. Puffins visit the nest in their burrows on Dunnet Head from May to July, whales are often seen and there is a resident seal colony in Brough Bay behind the property.
Visitors can enjoy a wildlife walk with the Highland Ranger, Forestry Commission or RSPB, cycle in the nearby forests or on the quiet roads, or fish in the Dunnet Head lochs.A qualified guide is available for walking tours and tours of the WWII radar installations on Dunnet Head. We sell fishing permits for the Dunnet Head lochs to residents. We have a number of self guided walks available, both along the coast and inland.
The remains of the World War II radar installations are a source of interest for many a visitor, and we can arrange tours by appointment. The property overlooks the Pentland Firth and rock stacks in Brough Bay
We also have a spacious townhouse in Cómpeta, Andalucia, Spain, and can advise visitors on local walks, and things to see and do in the area.