Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage, Stay next to a Lighthouse and explore the far North of Scotland

Stay in a Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage

Stay in a Cottage at Noss Head Lighthouse. The Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage was fully redecorated and re-equipped in 2018 and it’s light in the summer and cosy in the winter. It’s a perfect base for couples, families or groups exploring the far north of the Scottish Mainland.

About the cottage

The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage

The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage

The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage was built about 60 years ago for Principal Lightkeeper and his family. Other buildings in the compound are Noss Head lighthouse, an engine room and stable block, and our neighbours in the Occasional Keeper’s Cabin next door and in the 19th Century cottage by the Lighthouse.
Accommodation

Accommodation

The Cottage has 3 bedrooms and up to 6 people can stay at any time of year.

Bedroom 1 has a Super-King bed or can be set up with Twins, Bedroom 2 has Twin beds and Bedroom three has adult-size bunks.
For families or groups

For families or groups

We have a well-equipped kitchen, a family room with large table for eating or playing games, and a living room. There is one bathroom with a toilet, bath and shower.

We also have comfortable parking for two cars outside.

The cottage has free wifi, a TV and Freeview.
Prices

Prices

Our minimum stay is 3 nights, and you can check in and check out on any day of the week, so you can book a long holiday, just a weekend or a midweek break.

2019 prices for a week range from £399 to £799
Dogs are welcome at an additional £20 per pet

Our bookings calendar calculates prices automatically based on the dates you choose.
Children and dogs

Children and dogs

Children and well-behaved dogs are welcome, but please supervise your children and keep dogs on a lead when they are outside as there is a low sea wall between the compound and the cliffs; our neighbour’s farm has sheep and cattle and there is an abundance of local wildlife and visiting birds that can easily be disturbed.

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