Mary Ann's Cottage
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
HERITAGE HIGHLIGHTS: A time-capsule of crofting life
To the other side are stables for animals, a cart-storage area, and a barn. In front of the house is a small stone cubbyhole for keeping peat dry, and a rain barrel stands in one corner to collect water running off the roof. Water for drinking had to brought from a well far across the hillside, where you can see a small flag waving above the peat.
Mary Ann's Cottage is very well signposted off the A836 at Dunnet. Take the turnoff to Dunnet village and follow the signs, turning left at a point whee the road bends. There is a small parking area behind the cottage.
About Mary Ann's Cottage
Address: Ness Road, Dunnet, Caithness, Scotland, KW14 8YD
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Off the A836 in Dunnet village. Very well signposted. Small parking area behind the cottage.
Website: Mary Ann's Cottage
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
Castle of Mey - 4.9 miles (Castle)
Castle Lodge - 5.6 miles (Historic Building)
Caithness Horizons Museum & Art Gallery - 5.9 miles (Museum)
Caithness Broch Centre - 10.9 miles (Museum)
Keiss Castle - 10.9 miles (Castle)
Nybster Broch - 11.2 miles (Prehistoric Site)
St Mary's Chapel, Crosskirk - 11.5 miles (Historic Church)
Cnoc Freiceadain Long Cairns - 12.8 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Nearest Accommodation to Mary Ann's Cottage:
Nearby accommodation is calculated 'as the crow flies' from Mary Ann's Cottage. 'Nearest' may involve a long drive up and down glens or, if you are near the coast, may include a ferry ride! Please check the property map to make sure the location is right for you.