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Keoldale • Dates • Guests

Keoldale cottages

9 properties found

The Highlands, The Highlands

The Wee Housey

4232

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7 nights

£1,146 - £1,582

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Durness, The Highlands

54 Sangomore

10442

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7 nights

£1,219 - £2,158

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Kinlochbervie (1.8mls SE), The Highlands

Anam Cara Croft

2113

Our grading

7 nights

£670 - £989

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Kinlochbervie (3mls SW), The Highlands

The Uphouse

2113

Our grading

7 nights

£369 - £733

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Kinlochbervie (2.5mls NE), The Highlands

Corrachbeag

4212

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7 nights

£694 - £1,047

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Lairg, The Highlands

Badnabay Cottage

5311

Our grading

7 nights

£524 - £902

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Achfary, The Highlands

The Old Laundry - Achfary

9532

Our grading

7 nights

£1,320 - £2,704

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Lairg, The Highlands

Laxford House

11632

Our grading

7 nights

£927 - £2,038

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Lairg, The Highlands

Stack Lodge

13762

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7 nights

£408 - £5,182

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Keoldale

In the northern highlands near the Kyle of Durness and the Cape Wrath peninsula is Keoldale, where the mainland meets the sea at the very top of Britain. It is a remote place characterised by its rugged scenery and rare wildlife.

The Kyle bends around Keoldale before opening into Balnakeil Bay. The area of Cape Wrath and Durness has been designated a Special Landscape Area and is home to a number of interesting prehistoric remains. The Cape Wrath Ferry crosses the Kyle of Durness from the pier at Keoldale, allowing visitors to explore the spectacular scenery of Cape Wrath. Besides being home to the largest bombing range in Western Europe, Cape Wrath is a remote wilderness, with a lonely lighthouse and towering cliffs giving way to the open ocean. The area is a walker’s paradise, peaceful and secluded with nothing but breathtaking views and military paraphernalia to add interest.

There are walks on the Keoldale side of the Kyle of Durness too, with beautiful white sand beaches contrasting with the harshness of the rocky outcrops, and hills all around. There’s a rugged beauty which shows itself at any time of the year, whether the sky is heavy with dark clouds, or the sun is glinting off the clear water.

Our holiday cottages in Keoldale and the surrounding area provide a wonderfully peaceful retreat from the pace of normal life – your home from home where you can spend your days walking or relaxing, the choice is yours! Take your pick from our Keoldale cottages and start looking forward to your Scotland holiday.