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Fairburn Cottage provides a great base to explore this fascinating corner of the Northern Highlands.
Fairburn was built in the early 1960s and was purchased by the current owners in 2011. It has been sympathetically and tastefully renovated and is now available to enjoy for holidaymakers keen to explore this fascinating part of the Northern Highlands.
Further afield to the north you will come to the Caithness towns of Wick and Thurso which are interesting places to visit. John O’Groats is also about an hour or so away and is a good place to gaze over the Pentland Firth to the Orkney Islands a few more miles northwards. Click the picture for more about our Fairburn cottage.
One of the fantastic things about the apartment is its location right on the doorstep of some great skiing for all levels of ability.
The informal, alpine-style apartment is on the second floor of a three-storey block. It consists of a lounge-diner with windows on two sides. There is access to a large L-shaped balcony with sunshine most of the day and fantastic views across the mountains.
At a glance
Located with views over Moray Firth, this modernised cottage is an hour or so's drive from Inverness to the south and
John O Groats to the north.
Fantastic skiing in a beautiful location: The apartment is short walk from the Hornspitz chair lift and will whisk you into the heart of the Dachstein-west ski area.