Upper Gills, Canisbay
By John O'Groats
Caithness, KW1 4YD, Scotland
Tel/Fax: 01955 611449    email: bartonsandy@hotmail.co.uk
A warm welcome awaits you from your hosts 
Ron and Sandy Barton.  
we are situated 3 miles to the west of John O'Groats.
We offer en-suite farmhouse bed and breakfast 
accommodation including early breakfasts
We have panoramic views across the Pentland Firth and the island of Stroma to the  Orkney islands.
A working croft set in 10 acres, Highland and  Jersey cattle, Jacobs sheep, horses, ducks and geese, plus a small herd of beef cattle .
We are just a few minutes from the Castle of Mey, the late Queens Mother's Caithness residence.  The castle and gardens are open to the public from May to September, entry charge is £10.00
Convenient for the both Orkney ferries:
         The John O'Groats seasonal passenger ferry from JOG to Burwick (Orkney)
         the all year round car/passenger ferry from Gills to St Margarets Hope (Orkney)
A good centre for exploring Caithness, a haven for wildlife and nesting birds  on the cliffs at Duncansby Head, many coastal walks and historic sights to enjoy
We are members of the Scottish Tourist Board, and are Graded 3 stars, we are also in the Rough Guide.
All rooms are en-suite
Tea and Coffee making facilities
 Full central heating throughout 
Comfortable TV Lounge
Garden Room used as a Dining Room and 2nd lounge
Early Breakfasts (from 7.30am)
Pets and Children welcome
Free Wi-Fi available
Bencorragh has a non smoking policy.  We have three bedrooms, one twin, one double and one family room (which can sleep up to five people and contains a cot for our youngest visitors).
We ask our guests to arrive after 3.00pm and before10.00pm.
 Two rooms overlook open countryside, the family room has views across the Pentland Firth to Orkney.

                                                                  Television Lounge                                                                                                                            Garden room used as 2nd lounge and dining room

Sample  Breakfast Menu

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Bencorragh House is 3 miles to the west of John O'Groats, overlooking the island of Stroma and the Orkney Islands.
The area is one of outstanding natural beauty. is a haven for a great many varieties of bird life.  There are many breeding birds to be seen in spring and early summer.  Later in the season there are usually a large number of Hawks around and also Geese gathering for their winter migration.