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Caithness And Sutherland

Caithness, in the Highlands, is home to some of the most important heritage sites in Scotland including The Achavanich Standing Stones and the Grey Cairns of Camster. Find your perfect holiday cottage in Caithness and Sutherland today with Discover Scotland.


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Caithness And Sutherland

Caithness, together with Sutherland, occupies Scotland’s North Coast. The area is home to some of Europe’s most rugged and unspoilt coastline. Thurso and Wick are the main settlements in the region. Thurso East is popular among surfers and offers some of the best conditions in the UK. Further South, in Sutherland, you’ll find some of the world’s best and most challenging links golf courses including Brora and Royal Dornoch.

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The Dornoch Whisky Festival

The Dornoch Whisky Festival hosts an exciting and relaxing programme of whisky related events including tastings, masterclasses and dining experiences.

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Lyth Arts Centre | Wick

Lyth Arts Centre (LAC) in Wick is the UK’s most northerly mainland arts centre. Each year, from March to December, LAC present a programme of live performances from touring companies and visual arts including theatre, dance, family events and comedy.

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Achavanich Standing Stones | Caithness

Achavanich is an unusual megalithic structure near Loch Stemster in Caithness dating back over 4000 years.

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Grey Cairns of Camster | Lybster

The Grey Cairns of Camster are neolithic chambered cairns north of Lybster, near Caithness. The cairns are believed to have built nearly 5000 years ago.

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The Castle of Mey | Thurso

Stunning Castle of Mey is the most northerly inhabited castle in Scotland. The castle was formerly the property of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother until 1996 when she gifted it to the trust.

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John o’Groats | Caithness

The iconic ‘end of the road’, John o’Groats is a small coastal village famous as one end of mainland Britain’s two most inhabited points.

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