Brora is a quaint village situated in the highlands region of Scotland. It is a quiet place with a lot of history and a population of hard-working, kind hearted people who are open to visitors. It is a place with a lot of character and charm, and you will certainly take a liking to it not long after visiting for the first time.
It is placed along the North Coast 500 route, and has a lot to see and visit once there. Do not get mixed up as there are two NC500 Pods locations in Scotland, the other one being at Achmelvich Beach.
Brora Pods are new, exciting and a great destination for the whole family to visit. Let’s take a look at the NC500 Brora Pods in Scotland and see if they are worth staying at, and what makes them special.
Brora Beach is a rocky, long and stunning beach with a lot of fun to be had and memories to be made. If you are used to beaches in the United Kingdom, you would expect this to be the typical sea-side beach that we all know.
However, it is very different from the usual beach in Britain, with the sea being a beautiful aquamarine colour and the silky white sand giving the impression that you are in a country abroad rather than home here in the UK.
If you have never experienced the beauty that Scotland has to offer, this is a prime example. The coastline that Scotland owns is packed with stunning nature and a great blue sea with eye-candy that is unmatched in the world. Brora Pods in Scotland are located very close to the beach.
There are many attractions and activities for you to participate in whilst visiting the Brora Pods in Scotland. Here are some of our favourites for you to experience:
Whether it be whiskey or any other spirit, Scotland has a history of drinking and is famous for its delicious scotch whiskey. Learn more about this interesting history that Scotland has and visit the Brora Distillery. It would make a fascinating trip and would teach you about the iconic drink itself, scotch whiskey.
It started its work in the early 1800s and offers tours for you to explore the distillery and gain a better understanding of how they make all their delicious scotch. Although production has been stopped for over 30 years, the owner has announced their plans to refurbish the site and bring it back to a live and functioning distillery, which is exciting!
This vast, historic castle is very close to Brora and is certainly worth visiting. With it being around since the middle ages, this structure has been through a lot. It was opened to the public in 1973, after being used as a boarding school several years before.
It has some of the most stunning architecture in the whole of the UK, with it being classy in style and timeless in trend. There are 189 rooms for you to explore, and an incredible garden.
Brora Golf Club
If you would rather get active when away from home and involve yourself with some sport, then this is the perfect place for you. Brora is home to an 18-hole golf course for you and your family to participate in.
There is a lot of fun to be had here, and with it overlooking Brora Beach, you cannot go wrong with an exciting game of golf.
Visit Scotland and Explore the Unknown
If you have never been to Scotland, here is a perfect opportunity for you to visit. North Coast 500 Pods are the ideal place to stay when away from home, with enough appliances to feel comfortable, but being close to nature and far from the city.
If you haven’t already, take a look at our booking page where you can learn more about the Brora Pods in Scotland and decide whether you are ready for the trip of a lifetime.