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Rose Cottage in Lybster - Sleeps 5

Single-storey cottage situated two miles from Lybster on the road to Forse in Northern Scotland. Sleeps five people in three bedrooms.

Rose Cottage is a modern single-storey bungalow style cottage set on the North East coast, a remote part of Scotland, two miles from the village of Lybster.

The house sleeps five people and has three bedrooms, consisting of two doubles with doors to the garden and a single bed, along with a shower room. The cottage also has a kitchen and a sitting room with dining area.

Outside there's ample off road parking and a lawned garden with furniture.


All ground floor.

  • Three bedrooms:
    • 2 x double with doors to garden,
    • 1 x single.
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
  • Kitchen.
  • Sitting room with dining area.
  • Sun room.


  • Oil central heating.
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher,
  • 3D Smart TV with Freeview and 3D glasses, DVD,
  • WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs.
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent.
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent.
  • Ample off road parking.
  • Lawned garden with furniture.


  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking.
  • Shop and pub 2 miles.
  • Coast 1 mile.

Nearest Places in our Guide

More Property Details

  • Property Reference: 928818
  • HMG Ref: 535
  • Property Type: Bungalow
  • Number of Bedrooms: 3
  • Sleeps Suit: 5
  • Features:
  • Facilities: TV, Wifi, Dishwasher, Washing Machine
  • Location Features: Rural
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Week rental Starts: Saturday
  • Parking: For 2 Cars
  • Pets: 0
  • Nearby Castle

    • Forse Castle

      The castle stands on a peninsula about 50 metres above sea level overlooking the sea. It is surrounded on all sides by steep rocks and is cut off from the mainland by a natural ditch at the neck of the peninsula. It was inhabited until 1600s and is now ruined.

    Places to Visit

    • Hill o' Many Stanes

      Why are 200 stones aligned in a pattern in this field (and there were probably 600 to start with). What was there purpose? This is the most striking and most mysterious of the stone lines in Caithness. Just off A99 South of Wick and easy to visit. (signposted)