The Sutherland railway and the station were built in the 19th century, today the original station has been caringly restored by the present owners initially as a family home and now made available to you as a quiet, comfortable holiday home, offering a quiet retreat or as a base for touring Sutherland and beyond.
You can find out more about the station and its history, you can look inside the station to see the comfortable accommodation, find out how to make a reservation and find out a little of what there is to do in Sutherland, Golspie and beyond by clicking though our website.
If you would like to find out more and reserve the station for your special break, then you can find out how to contact us too.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Station!
The village of Golspie is a traditional coastal village, with an award winning beach, on the shores of the Dornoch Firth in the shadow of Benn a’ Bhragaidh (394m). Golspie has a good range of local shops, services and amenities including a newly refurbished swimming pool complex with fitness suite, a renowned links golf course and good primary and secondary schools.
Loch and sea angling is available nearby, there is sailing in the bay and the Wildcat mountain bike trails are said to be the best in Scotland.
There are restaurants in the nearby villages of Brora and Dornoch. The national nature reserve of Loch Fleet is 4 miles to the south and just north of the village is its most famous landmark - Dunrobin Castle the family seat of the Earls of Sutherland. This fairytale castle dates from the 13th century and has been extensively remodelled by Sir Charles Barry the designer of the House of Commons.
The station now provides comfortable accomodation comprising:
- Entrance Hall
- Kitchen / Breakfast Room
- 4 Bedrooms
(1 en-suite and 1 adjoining en-suite dressing room)
- Family Bathroom
You can "Take A Look" inside and out throiugh this link or on the tab above.