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Laundry Road


Sutherland, IV27 4DE

Owner Contact Details:

Jeanette Johnston


Station Road


Sutherland KW10 6SR



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Broom and Burn Holiday Cottages, Lairg

2 bedroomed self-catering accommodation in Lairg, sleeps 4 – in a central location with wonderful views of Loch Shin

Broom and Burn Cottages are spacious, comfortable self catering holiday homes in Sutherland, perfect for visitors wishing to discover, explore or revisit this special part of the Highlands of Scotland. Set in 3 acres of their own land with an attractive burn (stream) running into Loch Shin, guaranteeing the peace and freedom you are looking for in a Scottish Highland holiday.  

Burn Cottage has a Four Star Self catering grading from the Scottish Tourist Board.  The two identical cottages are fully equipped with every home comfort and have ample storage space.

Each cottage has one double and one twin bedroom, and sleeps up to four adults, with a cot and mattress also available.

The well-appointed kitchen, dining area and large living room open through patio doors to a tranquil view over the small village of Lairg to Loch Shin and the hills of Sutherland.

The Peace of the Highlands...

Broom and Burn Self catering Cottages are located on a quiet side road, just off Lairg’s main street. A short, easy walk (less than 5 minutes) takes you to the shops including a bank, mini-supermarket, restaurant and cafe..

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Why Milnclarin Holiday Homes?

The name Milnclarin was chosen as this is the name of the original croft land on which the cottages now sit. We have not managed to establish a direct Gaelic translation for the word Milnclarin, but the “Mill” part certainly relates to a meal mill which was on the west of the site just down from the Church, and the millstones were turned by water drawn from a small stream or burn which still runs down the north boundary of the croft land.”. Our ancestor Alexander Graham settled in Lairg around 1800 as crofter and miller at Milnclarin.  The mill fell into disuse around 1885, but the land on which the cottages sit has now remained in our family for over 200 years.