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Scotland Tower 2349 offers 28 bedrooms, comprising of 26 double/twins and 2 single bedrooms all with en-suite bathroom with showers, for up to 54 guests.
Offering the ultimate in luxury, privacy and security.
Located on the most northern area of the United Kingdom, this tower was built in 1476.
During your stay here, you will quickly learn how to use the place as your very own, and greatly enjoy the warmth of the Tower, the solitude of the great outdoors, and the huge Caithness skies.
Offering a very loyal and attentive staff and delicious local food, this tower is one of those very rare places where time stands still and the worries of the world seem to disappear.
With 26 double and twin bedded rooms as well as 2 single bedrooms, all with their own bathroom, it can easily accommodate up to 48 guests in great comfort.
The Main Tower sleeps up to 32 with 17 bedroom suites. Made up of 7 double suites, 8 double/twin suites, 2 single rooms. Each with ensuite bathrooms.
The Beach House sleeps up to 10 with 5 double/twin bedroom suites and 4 bathrooms.
The 1st Guest Cottage sleeps up to 4 with 2 double bedroom suites and 2 bathrooms.
The 2nd Guest Cottage sleeps up to 6 with 3 double/twin bedroom suites and 3 bathrooms.
The 3rd Guest Cottage sleeps up to 2 with 1 double/twin bedroom suite and 1 bathroom.
There are glorious views from the Morning Room towards the Skerries Lighthouse, which guards the dangerous tides and eddies of the Pentland Firth.
Here it's all about quality time, whether it be a meeting in the Tree House or a dinner in the Tower's Great Hall with drummers heralding in the beef or a pipe band parading on the lawn.
The Opera House is the perfect place for any sort of party, or musical entertainment.
The tower has a fine wine cellar and guests are made to feel so welcome here from the moment they arrive.
Features also include a Conference Room and Spa facilities
The far north of Scotland has a very special atmosphere and the night skies are quite amazing with occasional meteor showers and so far north that you get incredibly long hours of daylight in the summer months.
Nearby Activities include: Golf - Wick, Brora and Struie are all typical highland courses. Picnics. Hunting. Falconry. Fishing. Walking. Relaxing. Music and entertainment at the Opera House. The Northern Lights. John o’Groats. The Castle of Mey.
DISTANCES - 633 miles to London, 5 minutes to Wick airport, 2 hours to Inverness airport. Helicopter Landing area on the estate grounds.