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Tain • Dates • Guests

Tain cottages

6 properties found

Castletown, The Highlands

Quarryside Farmhouse

6312

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7 nights

£561 - £910

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Thurso, The Highlands

North View Cottage

6322

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7 nights

£848 - £1,275

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John O Groats (6mls W), The Highlands

The Captain's House

631

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7 nights

£802 - £1,320

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Thurso, The Highlands

Bushta House

18983

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7 nights

£5,876 - £8,937

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Lybster (4mls S), The Highlands

Bulchatton Cottage

4212

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7 nights

£449 - £745

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Wick, The Highlands

Heather Cottage

8434

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7 nights

£882 - £1,594

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Self-catering holiday cottages in Tain

The small town of Tain on the scenic shore of the Dornoch Firth is Scotland’s oldest royal burgh, granted a royal charter in 1066. It is home to a championship length links golf course, where golfers can play against the beautiful backdrop of the Dornoch Firth. The landscape in this area is so outstanding that the panorama from nearby Struie Viewpoint (11.5 miles) is known as the ‘million-dollar view’. The town itself is packed with beautiful architecture and there are many places of interest to visit nearby, including the Glenmorangie distillery and visitor centre (2 miles) and Dunrobin Castle (19 miles).

Another unique highlight of the area is the sandbank known as the Gizzen Briggs, which lies at the entrance to the Dornoch Firth. When the wind and tide are right, the white-tipped waves over the sand bars create a roaring sound which can be heard in Tain.

Tain Links, the area to the north of the town centre, is a good place for a walk to appreciate the views, and to make the most of the children’s play area, skate park, boating pond and wildlife such as birds and seals which often make an appearance.

Tain is perfectly situated for exploring the northern Highlands, and with so much to see and do you’ll be glad of a comfortable base. Our welcoming Tain cottages are the perfect choice, with features ranging from wood burners to waterside views. Take a look at our self-catering accommodation in Tain and be prepared to fall in love with this characterful corner of Scotland.