CABIN BY THE PIER
Home by the Sea
A stone's skiff from the shore, a unique modern cabin, close to the Orkney ferry route and the NC500, in the mould of the traditional salmon fishing bothy, which stood here for generations.
Built to the latest specification, Cabin by the Pier offers modern comforts to the discerning traveller. Set in a unique location, Rockfield is a close-knit hamlet on the South shores of the Easter Ross Peninsula.
With an open floor plan, and vaulted ceiling, the property is custom-built for two. Come here to write, to birdwatch, to star-gaze, to beach-comb or just to get away from the pressures of your everyday life. There is WiFi, but no TV.
For generations the local salmon fishers fished out of Rockfield and have witnessed spectacular sunrises.
Relax in comfort, and unwind. Open the curtains to a different world, looking across to the Moray Coast and the deserted Culbin Sands.
Home for Two
Enjoy the stunning views of the sunrise and the shore from the open plan living area of the cabin. Watch the birdlife during the day and at night, turn off the lights and soak up the peace.
Appliances include a hob, oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, mini freezer and washing machine. Everything you need to make Cabin by the Pier a home from home.
MODERN COMFORT IN A TRADITIONAL SETTING
In season, you can watch the local fishermen work their creels and you may even be able to swing a deal for a fresh crab or lobster.
Experience the beautiful Easter Ross scenery - walk to Wilkhaven and the Tarbatness lighthouse or to the Seaboard villages of Hilton, Balintore and Shandwick. Portmahomack, which is approximately 2 miles by foot to the North, is the only westward facing village on the East Coast, and has a well-stocked shop and eating facilities.
Take a day trip to the North Coast, the Black Isle, Loch Ness, Sutherland, Ullapool, Torridon, the Isle of Skye or the Orkney Islands.
The open plan design affords easy access to the kitchen and from the dining area you can sit and watch the sea traffic which passes the pier.