Laidhay Croft Museum 2024

Laidhay is a 200 year old rush thatched Caithness longhouse just north of Dunbeath, and is a typical example of the older style of Caithness croft dwellings. The museum incorporates the modified longhouse of the main building – the dwelling, with the stable and byre at each end, the detached barn with the original cruck roof and a cart shed to the south. There is also a modern shed, built to contain the museum's large collection of farming implements.

Contacts

Operator: Laidhay Preservation Trust

Address: Inver Dunbeath Caithness KW6 6EH

  • Telephone: 01593 731 270
  • Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Open Days & Times

Easter-Sep Daily 1000-1600. Visit website for more details.

Travel

  • By Bus: X98, X99
  • By Rail: Helmsdale / 13 miles

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Part disabled access

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