Before creating firm roots in the North Highlands, it is of course recommended to visit in advance. These visits can help you understand the towns and villages if you’re still choosing which is the best one for you and our team are on hand should you like to ask questions or get any advice on specific places. Please just get in touch.
In The North Highlands, there are many accommodation types to chose from. The majority of providers are small, often family run businesses, there are town hotels, B&B’s, self catering opportunities as well as the more unique glamping possibilities.
If you’re travelling on an investigative mission to understand just where in the North Highlands you might call home, there are a range of opportunities available to view and book online or over the phone using these websites:
You can also explore the Tourism members list on the Caithness Chamber of Commerce website to see accommodation providers of all types as well as companies who can help you explore and give you that all important local knowledge.
On our sister site, Recruit North Highlands, you can read a special blog entry, The Road Less Travelled. It gives insight from a Caithness resident and business owner who relocated from Edinburgh to Caithness. The Braidwood family are now enjoying the benefits the area has to offer and welcoming visitors to their group getaway and retreat venue, The Highland Haven.
If you’re trying out the area before deciding to purchase or rent a property on a more permanent basis, there are a range of self catering short term let opportunities. These can often be found on AirBnB or by contacting hotels & BnB’s direct to discuss your needs. Should you like further information on short term rentals, please see the information on the property page, or just get in touch.