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Vacation rentals in Croick

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Croick

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Farm stay in Reay
The Annex at Borlum House Farm, Reay
In the heart of the Scottish Highlands and directly on the NC500 route, is Borlum House Farm, a lovingly restored 1700’s farm house in the sleepy little village of Reay. This couples retreat is warm and cosy, with a log burner, king size bed, and an open plan living room with farmhouse style kitchen, fully equipped and with all the modern necessities to make you feel at home. We look forward to welcoming you. The Lodge is also available for guests to book.
$104 per night
Cottage in Strathy,
Cathel's Cottage - Outstanding Views
Cosy remote cottage on the North coast with beautiful views of the Orkney Isles from the front door. Perfectly situated for exploring Sutherland to the West and Caithness to the East. The cottage consists of a kitchen/ livingroom on the ground floor with a double bedroom and separate bathroom (shower only) up stairs. Access by spiral stairs. Wood burning stove in the living area (fuel supplied)
$92 per night
Cottage in Thurso
Ivy Cottage, Reay, Self-Catering, NC500
Ivy Cottage is a newly renovated, cosy and welcoming cottage. It is beautifully quaint, ideal for two guests to stay . Situated right on the Northcoast 500 route it is perfect for a comfortable stopover on your way or for a full week’s self-catering holiday with everything the beautiful North coastline has to offer and explore!
$85 per night

Other great vacation rentals in Croick

Cottage in Highland Council
The Steading, Melvich
$159 per night
Farm stay in Armadale
Croft House, Armadale Bay on NC500
$137 per night
Cottage in Highland Council
Coastal Cottage with Spectacular Views
$117 per night
Apartment in Strathy
Magical Lighthouse studio with stunning sea views
$117 per night

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