Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Caithness
Thrumster House is an elegant Victorian laird's house, set in about 20 acres of policy woodlands, at the heart of the estate.
There are two bedrooms which are used for b&b; one twin room with bathroom, and one double with en-suite shower. These are arranged around the gallery which surrounds the main hall.
The house was designed to host parties of friends who would meet to enjoy all the activities associated with a family-run country estate. We maintain the old-world ambience of a traditional sporting holiday in relaxed and friendly surroundings. The farm and gardens provide a ready supply of fresh quality food, to supplement game from the estate and a wide range of delicious fish and shellfish from the neighbouring port of Wick.
Throughout the 19th century, Thrumster was the home of the Innes family, whose crests adorn the upper walls of the vaulted hall. This most interesting and colourful family became dispersed all over the world, but their history is fully documented in the vast body of correspondence which is held in the house.
Single occupancy £50 and double room £95.