- By John
KW1 4YD, Scotland
- 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
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
- 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
- Tea and Coffee making
central heating throughout
- Comfortable TV Lounge
- Garden Room used as a
Dining Room and 2nd lounge
- Early Breakfasts (from
- Pets and Children welcome
- Free Wi-Fi
- 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
- We ask our guests to
arrive after 3.00pm and before10.00pm.
rooms overlook open countryside, the family room
has views across the Pentland Firth to Orkney.