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Broomhill House Helmsdale offers high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the Highlands of Scotland. An ideal stopover for a visit to Orkney or as a base for touring the north of Scotland. Broomhill House is an old croft house and was built in the mid 19th century. With double ensuite and twin ensuite bedrooms Sylvia Blance looks forward to welcoming you to the area.

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Helmsdale HotelsBroomhill House is just outside Helmsdale on the north side of the village and just off the A9 road.
Set into the hill the house looks over the sea and the Buckie coast can be seen from the house on a clear day.

Evening meals are available on request and private off road parking is provided.

The peace and tranquility of this rural part of the North of Scotland can be enjoyed from the conservatory or in the fresh air from the patio which overlooks the village.

Caithness and Sutherland has some beautiful scenery and as the most northerly counties in mainland Scotland offer unspoilt rural settings.
Visit the rest of Caithness and Sutherland from Broomhill House or take advantage of our location to nip over to Orkney.

Broomhill House Accommodation

Broomhill House offers a twin bedroom and a double bedroom, both with ensuite facilities. The twin bedroom is upstairs with the double ensuite downstairs. The ensuite bathrooms are in the turret which has recently been refurbished.

Both bedrooms have televisions and tea and coffee making facilities and guests can relax in their rooms or meet other guests in the lounge or conservatory.

The lounge on the ground floor also has a television and the conservatory offers another option. Seating is provided in the garden where the patio provides a sheltered spot overlooking the coast and village.

The house is centrally heated throughout and controlled from within the rooms. Drying facilities are also available.

Broomhill House's twin ensuite bathroom:
The turret was built in the 19th century but has been converted to provide an interesting location for the ensuite facilities.
The downstairs bathroom has a spa bath and shower and as shown here the upstairs twin bathroom has a large bath rather than a bath and shower.

Broomhill House Facilities

Broomhill House has two bedrooms with ensuite facilities. Guests can relax in their rooms or use the other facilities available to them.
There is a guest lounge which has a television or the conservatory provides another option.
A couple of comfy sofas are situated at either end of the conservatory and from there the views of the coast or the village can be enjoyed.

Evening meals are available on request and vegetarians are also catered for. A three course meal is provided; stay in and enjoy well cooked traditional Scottish fare.
Alternatively the village has a range of restaurants to choose from. Off road parking beside the turret is available and removes the worry of car security.

Broomhill house's patio and garden:
The patio and garden provide another option for guests. Behind the patio you see a small bothy that was used in the 19th century by the agricultural labourer employed by the owner of Broomhill House.

Today the location provides you with an ideal sun trap when the conservatory gets that little bit too hot. For the more energetic guest who has got caught in the rain whilst walking, or just those of you on longer trips, drying facilities are also provided. With prior agreement dogs can be accommodated.

LOCATION:Helmsdale Hotels
Broomhill House is in the Highlands of Scotland, the most northerly part of mainland Scotland. If you have arrived in Glasgow or Edinburgh then you need to travel to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, following the A9.

If you want to go via the coast then head for Aberdeen and follow the Buckie coast passing through places like Fraserburgh, Macduff, Elgin and Nairn before coming to Inverness.
This route is longer but it does offer quite different scenery from the A9 inland route

Once you have reached Inverness head for the main A9 road to Thurso. This will take you over the Kessock bridge and again up the east coast. On the A9 you will pass signs for Alness, Tain and once over the Dornoch bridge, Dornoch itself.

Both Tain and Dornoch are old towns and well worth a visit. If you are a golf enthusiast then all of the villages and towns enroute have very good golf courses.

Once you have passed the signs for Dornoch you will then come to the villages of Golspie and then Brora. These are not bypassed and you will go through the centre of them. Keep on the main road through each of the villages and about 2 miles before you come to Helmsdale you will go through Portgower (not on the map) before arriving at Helmsdale.

As you cross the new bridge into Helmsdale you will see the harbour on the right hand side. Continue up the hill on the A9 and you will pass the de-limit sign, Broomhill House is 200 metres beyond this on the left hand side of the road.

A range of activities are available to visitors to Helmsdale and cater for a variety of tastes.Within easy reach of Broomhill House are a variety of walking routes either along the coast, into the hills or through the village and the tracks and lanes of West Helmsdale and Gartymore.

If you are keen on outdoor activities then explore the countryside on foot. Access to rambling in the unspoilt beauty of the hills is easy from Broomhill House and views like this can be enjoyed in forty or so minutes.

Helmsdale offers a challenging 9 hole golf course, tennis courts, indoor bowls, a squash court and sea and river fishing. The villages of Brora and Golspie are within easy reach by car and the Caithness border is just ten minutes away.

For those of you who prefer the walk without the golf and like to walk in and around the village, then the tracks and lanes of West Helmsdale and Gartymore offer the opportunity to stretch those legs, appreciate the countryside and the views of the coast yet still stay close to the village.

When the time comes for a break, Helmsdale has a range of pubs and restaurants to choose from, many of them offering fish caught off the coast and landed at the harbour.

The surrounding areas are rich in archeaological remains and the sites of Brochs, Cairns and standing stones can still be appreciated throughout the area. Helmsdale also has a Heritage Centre and an Art Gallery where exhibitions are regularly held.

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