Cottage of the Week – Birdsong in Thurso

Birdsong seemed a good fit to officially see in the springtime. Whilst there are a host of fun activities in the warmer months – including the opportunity to gain a wonderful appreciation of nature – the property is a great year-round destination.

Set on the edge of the lovely historic town of Thurso, there’s a host of activities to enjoy. Visit the beautiful Orkney Islands, Dunnet Head, John O’Groats (the most northerly point of mainland Britain), the Castle of Mey and the bustling town of Wick.

If you fancy a spot of fishing you will find easy access to a lovely stretch of the River Thurso where you can fish for salmon and trout and bask in the glory of your surroundings. All you have to do is visit the local bookshop to arrange.

Birdsong is the perfect place to unwind. Set on a lovely working farm, you will find the property is wonderfully equipped to ensure your most important concern is relaxation. To ease you into holiday mode you will find a woodburning stove and high quality fixtures and fittings that perfectly complement the traditional yet stylish interior.

Along with the wonderful expansive surroundings there’s a large enclosed garden with BBQ. The immediate vicinity boasts a number of fantastic walks taking in a host of beautiful vistas, and, to make your friends and family back home immediately jealous, you will also find a Wi-Fi connection in the property for those very important check-ins and status updates!

To secure your own springtime paradise, take a look at Birdsong’s listing on cottages4you where you will find up to date availability and can make your booking online.

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