Set in secluded gardens and bounded by the spectacular Sutherland Hills, Braighlinne is a traditional whitewashed detached cottage, which has been beautifully renovated and restored, whilst retaining many original features. Originally a croft cottage, the property has a pretty lounge with deep leather sofas, a welcoming wood burner and original solid wood flooring. A second lounge with additional comfortable seating leads through to a bright, well-equipped kitchen/dining room. There is also a shower room on the ground floor.
Camuasnagaul is a tiny hamlet of crofts a few miles along the coastal road from Dundonnell in Wester Ross, Ullapool 24 miles. Nestling peacefully on the shore line of Loch Broom, this detached cottage enjoys an enviable position from which to view the changing tides and varying climatic changes across the mountains opposite. Designed and insulated ensuring a cosy holiday throughout all the Scottish seasons. An-teallach Mountain, 2 miles for climbers, hill walking, mountain biking.
The Salmon Bothy offers a really unique opportunity to "get away from it all" for a while! This recently refurbished fishermen's bothy was enhanced to provide cosy accommodation while retaining its original character. Sleeps two, as either a double or twin. This small seaside cottage is a great place to relax and a perfect base to explore the North and North West Highlands.
The Beach Hut is a self-contained, cosy, single storey holiday accommodation, which is tucked beside Wingfold, a small B&B. A perfect romantic getaway for active people, who like to explore the North-West Coast of Scotland by day, have a cosy dinner in or eating out in one of Ullapool's many pubs, cafes or restaurants (6 min slow walk to the centre). It has its own separate access and private outside sitting area; as well as shared use of the enclosed back garden and Wingfolds front garden, with its picturesque views over the Atlantic, the Summer Isles, the golf course and Ullapool River.
’Shore Cottage’ is a delightful fisherman’s cottage that has been renovated to a good standard to provide excellent holiday accommodation. Situated in the enchanting fishing village of Rockfield with its little harbour on the south east shores of the Moray Firth. Approached by a single track road, Rockfield seems untouched by time and remains a haven for wildlife. Dolphins are regularly spotted just off shore, together with otters and an abundance of sea birds.
Unst chalet is situated in the corner of Inverkirkaig bay, set in the county of Sutherland, a lovely and unspoilt part of the Scottish highlands. The Chalet is about 20 metres from the waters edge. Just outside of the chalet, there is a picnic bench set on a vantage point overlooking the bay, where you can dine alfresco at any time of day. Taking breakfast outside, accompanied by the sights and sounds of the bay, is a fine way to set you up for the day and leave behind the cares and worries of everyday life
Set in the Northern Highlands where the lochs are deep, the air clear and the long beaches perfect for meandering along, there is space and time to refresh the mind, indulge in passions and revive the spirits at Balnagown.
Enjoy a special holiday in this 4 star self catering cottage in Ullapool. Recently built to a high specification, Ailleag has 4 bedrooms and sleeps 7 comfortably. Regret no smoking. Quiet location backing directly on to Ullapool Hill, yet only 5 minutes walk from Loch Broom and the many shops, pubs and restaurants in this popular west coast resort.
Seaside House is a spacious, detached house situated right on the shore in the delightful seaside village of Balintore. With large rooms throughout and superb sea views, it is ideal for families and larger groups. There is a bright, contemporary kitchen/dining room with Aga cooker, and plenty of dining space for 10 people. The living room is on the first floor and it has high ceilings, open fireplace and large bay windows, taking full advantage of the panoramic views across the sea.
Exuding great charm and character, this traditional holiday cottage is set within the bustling town of Ullapool, on the shores of Loch Broom. Commanding marvellous panoramic sea views which stretch towards the mountains beyond, it is close to a wealth of family-orientated amenities and attractions - shops, pubs, restaurants, a shingle beach, museum, 9-hole golf course, sailing and fishing are all easily accessible. There is a nature reserve at Inverpolly (10 miles), and boat trips depart for the splendid scenery of the Summer Isles. Shops 400 yards.
Situated in a secluded setting surrounded by its own mature garden grounds, Montana is a large, detached cottage for up to eight guests. Tucked away down a quiet no through lane that leads down to the shores of beautiful Little Loch Broom, it is ideal for a truly ’get away from it all’ holiday. All four bedrooms are generously proportioned and very attractively presented with colour coordinated soft furnishings throughout.
We are family run and offer a selection of self catering cottages and chalets to let at stunning Ardmair Bay, 3 miles north of Ullapool. All properties allow for uninterrupted panoramic views of Isle Martin & the Summer Isles. Suitable for singles, couples, families and groups. Pets welcome. All properties have Wifi, linen, towels and some with cosy open fires. Available for short lets Nov - March, or weekly April - October.
The Haven is a traditional Black House which was built over 200 years ago. Recently modernised internally the cottage offers 2 bedrooms (one double & one double with bunk beds), Lounge with open fire and TV, shower room and well equipped fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine and dining area. The cottage boasts an envious location on the shore adjacent to a sandy beach with uninterrupted views across the Minch to the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides beyond....a truly magical Haven.
A relaxing and luxurious cottage retreat, with fantastic views, wi-fi, coal fire, central heating, superking beds, luxury bedding, TV and DVD, separate bath and shower. Beds can be singles or superkings. The kitchen is well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and fridge freezer, and a dining area. Open all year, pets welcome, short breaks at certain times of year (3 nights minimum).
The Gables cottage is situated in the crofting village of Polbain, 2 miles from Achiltibuie. Lots of local walks and mountains on your doorstep to enjoy!
Stac Polly cottage is located in the world renowned Geopark on the Achiltibuie peninsula. Situated on the south side overlooking the Summer Isles. Shop and the famous Summer Isles Hotel are close by.
Stac Polly cottage has been designed with comfort and luxury in mind and positioned to take in the stunning views. The upper floor is split between the fantastic galleried lounge and the generous sized master bedroom with sauna. On the ground floor there are 3 further bedrooms and a luxury kitchen dining area with doors that open up to the beautiful vistas. An outdoor hot tub to relax and enjoy the spectacular views
Postie’s Path Cottage is a semi-detached cottage situated in a quiet no-through road and is set in the pretty village of Ullapool. Backing onto open hillside and with lovely walks right on the doorstep, it provides bright holiday accommodation within easy walking distance of all the amenities of this renowned coastal village in the North West Highlands. The cottage is beautifully presented throughout, with deep leather sofas, colour co-ordinated soft furnishings in the spacious double bedrooms and a well-equipped kitchen and bathroom.
A unique one bedroom, architect-designed eco-cabin for two people situated in stunning scenery. A private and spacious alternative to Bed and Breakfast.
The cabin has a lounge / kitchen with bespoke, 3 metre high windows and wood burning stove, separate cosy double bedroom, bathroom with a walk-in shower and under floor heating, toilet and wash hand basin. A generous deck area has views to the tranquil sea loch and the wonderfully remote peninsula of Rubha na Breige.
Port a Mhinich is a unique and spectacularly situated property. Surrounded by mature trees with a fantastic view of Ullapool and Loch Broom. Within walking distance of all the local amenities, it provides a comfortable and luxurious haven at the end of a busy day spent walking, climbing or sightseeing. Dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, dvd and wifi. Parking on site.
Enjoying a private location with country views, Polgarrie House has been furnished for a comfortable and relaxing holiday. Just over a mile outside the pretty village of Edderton and within easy reach of Tain and Dornoch, the detached house makes an ideal base for exploring. Local activities include golf, mountain biking, kayaking, river and sea fishing along with many wonderful hill or beach walks. Visit John O’Groats, the Orkney Islands or the Falls of Shin Visitor Centre. Shop and pub 1.5 miles, restaurant 6 miles.
Dolphin View is a semi-detached, traditional stone house overlooking the sea in the delightful seaside village of Balintore. Just yards from the shoreline, it enjoys superb views across the bay. Dolphins, porpoises and a wide variety of seabirds are regularly spotted from the windows. The attractive living room leads through to a formal dining room, with access to the gardens via patio doors. There is a well-equipped kitchen/dining area.
Enjoying lovely uninterrupted views towards the beach, the waters of the inner Dornoch Firth and on to the distant Sutherland Hills, this lovely traditional property has been sympathetically renovated and provides a super base for exploring this wonderful part of the Highlands.
Beautiful self-catering cottage set in open farmland 2 miles from the coastal village of Portmahomack. The cottage has stunning views across both the Moray and Dornoch Firths towards the mountains beyond. The property sleeps 5 and has spacious living accommodation including open fire, colour TV/DVD/video, fitted kitchen with modern appliances, bath/electric shower.
Located in a quiet wooded valley with views over surrounding hills and woodland. Ruighe is a modern, well-equipped, 3 bedroom cottage with plenty of well furnished living space. Lochinver and the wonderful Achmelvich beach are just a short distance away and with scenic views around nearly every corner Ruighe is ideal for exploring Assynt and the Scottish Highlands or, if you prefer, you can watch deer, badgers and a wide range of birds from the garden. For off-season breaks check out our special prices and winter guarantee.
Rhidorroch House offers peace and tranquillity within the heart of Glen Achall on Scotland’s north-west coast. The large, Victorian house, surrounded by mature gardens, commands unbroken views up the glen. The location offers beautiful lowland walking and the hills of Assynt, Coigach and Dundonnell are within easy reach by car. Just four miles away the fishing village of Ullapool offers lively seafront shops, bars and restaurants. Rhidorroch House sleeps 14, making it ideal for groups and clubs as well as families and friends.
Bruaich Rainich, the name is Gaelic for Bracken Brae, is a traditional crofters family home. Built from local stone during 1923 by the Grandfather of the current owner. Set in a peaceful hollow beneath the hills in the village of Polbain near Achiltibuie, every window provides stunning views of the island of Tanera, Loch Broom and the Torridon Mountains beyond.
The house is spacious, sunny and comfortable. The original timber panelling and period furniture retain the Highland charm of days gone by, while soft furnishings and a modern kitchen provide creature comforts unheard of when the house was built.
Mid Dalnaclach is a beautifully presented cottage in a countryside setting, 5 miles from Tain. The cottage sleeps up to twelve people in five bedrooms which are a four poster king-size double, a double, two ground floor twin rooms and a second twin. There is also a ground floor shower room and a bathroom, an open plan living area with a kitchen with a breakfast bar, dining area and sitting area with a double sofa bed and a woodburning stove. There is also a snug/office with an open fire.
A lovely highland holiday cottage situated amidst the mountains, lochs and rivers of Assynt in north-west Sutherland – Just 2 miles from the beautiful village of Lochinver. Escape to the breathtaking beauty and enjoy the peace and tranquility of this highland cottage. We know you won’t forget it!
Canisp is a cosy, comfortably-furnished, modern bungalow 3 mls south of Lochinver, on its own 5 acre croft near Badnaban Bay. It has uninterrupted sea views and is an ideal base for exploring the unique scenery of Assynt and NW Sutherland. Open all year, Canisp is a perfect place to stay in any season or weather: ideal for walkers, photographers, anglers, bird and wildlife enthusiasts or those wishing to relax. Canisp offers dramatic sunsets, starry night skies and an opportunity for reflection.
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Achd is a traditional, detached, croft holiday cottage, standing alone within its own fenced garden area, with many original features, whitewashed stone walls, sloping ceilings and wood panelled walls in the bedrooms imparting much comfort and charm, and located just ½-mile from the village. There is much to do for the outdoor enthusiast (a free slipway for small boat landing is available) with several munros, low level walks, kayaking, sea angling and pony trekking.
Glendarroch House is special. Nestling in its own wooded glen, it offers exceptional peace, privacy, comfort and convenience when exploring this fascinating part of the Highlands. Otter, badger, deer and pine marten have visited the garden, eagles and red throated diver may be spotted.
Facing the famous mountains of Assynt, only minutes from the popular village of Lochinver and a short journey to the pristine sandy beaches and rugged coastline further north. A paradise for walkers, anglers and nature lovers, it provides a home from home for couples, families and friends.
Tigh Nuilt, Inverkirkaig (built in 1901 by the great-grandfather of the current owner) is available to let all year round. Set on the edge of Inverkirkaig bay, with a large sun-lounge which enjoys uninterrupted views onto the beach and bay.
Lounge with open fire, flat screen TV, DVD, Wii, separate dining room, well equipped kitchen, sun room with fabulous views, three bedrooms, bathroom and separate shower room, WiFi throughout.
Tarrel Lodge is single-storey, wooden, detached holiday lodge situated in open countryside just 2 miles from the charming seaside village of Portmahomack. Accessed via a private track amidst open fields it provides peace and tranquillity in a lovely setting. The main living area is open plan with the kitchen and dining area being well-equipped with plenty of room for up to 5 guests. The lounge area is warm and welcoming with fantastic features, such as electric fire and deep leather suites. There are three good-sized bedrooms and a shower room.
Swallow Byre is a newly completed renovation of a traditional barn. Situated just seven miles from the village of Lochinver the property is ideally located for exploring the Assynt Peninsula and its spectacular coastline. The property is ideal for two but can accommodate an additional one adult or two children with the use of a sofa-bed. The renovation has retained much of the original character of the building making this property somewhat unique.
Situated on a small lane just off the high street in the Highland town of Invergordon Shore Wynd is a traditional two storey end of terrace cottage. The accommodation is attractively presented throughout. The large living room has a deep leather sofa and chairs. The kitchen/dining room is small but well equipped, with contemporary built-in units. Upstairs are two pretty bedrooms with colour co-ordinated soft furnishings.The cottage is just a few yards from the centre of Invergordon.
A newly built luxury five star holiday home with outdoor hot tub peacefully nestled in the rocky hillside of Ardmair Bay, Ullapool, looking across to the spectacular mountain of Ben Mor Coigach and the Isle of Martin.
Dunvegan House is a spacious self-catering house set in the conservation area of the fishing village of Ullapool, in Wester Ross on the west coast of the Highlands of Scotland. Within walking distance to the harbour, numerous pubs, restaurants, music and art venues, shops, and leisure centre. A great location for hillwalking, boat trips, wildlife watching and touring the fantastic scenery of the area.
Dunvegan House has a lounge with Freesat, dining room, fully fitted kitchen, four bedrooms, bathroom and separate downstairs toilet, private parking, and large, private enclosed garden with BBQ and palm trees.
This holiday cottage, accessed by a rough track, is situated in the rural village of Inchnadamph, a perfect get away from it all location. This area is part of the first Geopark in Scotland, with its dramatic land/seascapes, geology and history. Traligill Glen, which leads to the impressive entrances of the largest cave system in Scotland, is a short walk from the cottage.
Shandwick Cottage backs onto a spectacular sandy beach and enjoys stunning views around the bay. This quaint fishing cottage has been thoughtfully and meticulously renovated, whilst retaining a wealth of traditional features, including solid wood flooring, exposed stone walls and cosy open fire. The second bedroom doubles as a second lounge upstairs, with panoramic views across the sea. The garden leads directly onto the broad sandy beach..The little fishing village of Shandwick offers a variety of local amenities, including restaurants, pub and local store.
Stunning pet friendly cottage renovated to a high standard. The living area in the converted barn has exposed stone walls and beamed cathedral ceiling, log burning stove, four double bedrooms sleeping up to eight, two bathrooms with roll top free standing bath, corner shower and second bathroom with large walk in shower.
Open plan kitchen with electric double fan oven and electric hob, Rayburn range cooker with a further two ovens, integrated dishwasher and washer/dryer, large American style free standing fridge/freezer, conservatory, large enclosed garden with BBQ and seating area.
Located 300m from the sea, with stunning panoramic views of the coastal and mountain scenery of Assynt, Meall Dubh is an ideal location for walking and enjoying the local beaches. Meall Dubh is a traditional stone built croft cottage, recently renovated to modern standards and has all modern amenities, including broadband internet. With 2 log burners and plenty of heating, the cottage is a really cosy and comfortable place to stay in any season or weather.
The ideal place to get away from the stresses of everyday life, Comraich Cottage stands alone above the Maiden Loch with fabulous views across the sea to the mountains. The perfect base for walking, photography, wildlife watching, exploring this spectacular part of the Highlands or just relaxing.
The cottage has three bedrooms, bathroom and shower room, open plan living area with large picture window, well-equipped kitchen, two utility rooms and a wild garden.
Bisgeos Cottage is situated in the quaint old fishing village of Shandwick. The property has been superbly renovated to provide excellent holiday accommodation. This holiday property enjoys fantastic views of the sweeping sands and the sea beyond and dolphins can be seen off-shore. Boat trips are available and are a great way of exploring the coastline. The small fishing village of Shandwick and Balintore offer a good variety of local amenities. Golf, mountain-biking, riding and surfing are all enjoyed in the area.
Lochside is a detached, single-storey cottage, set right on the shores of a pretty Highland loch with the rugged hills of Sutherland acting as a dramatic backdrop. With spacious rooms throughout, it is an ideal property for families and groups. The stunning white sand bay of Achmelvich is just 1½ miles away. The nearby village of Lochinver is a thriving small fishing port with a natural harbour, local shops, pubs/hotels and restaurants.
Waterfront Cottage is a modern, well equipped self-catering cottage (built in 1994), in a cliff-top position above Loch Broom, just outside the thriving village of Ullapool. Availability Calendar on owner's website. The Cottage sleeps 6 (1 double, 2 twins - all ensuite), and has wifi broadband amongst many other facilities. Oil-fired central heating via a Stanley Range and an open fire in the lounge. Double glazing throughout. Outstandingly beautiful mountain and sea views, which can be enjoyed from every room. Quiet, private location, yet within 15 mins walk of Ullapool centre. A perfect base for walking in the spectacular Wester Ross and Sutherland mountains and coastal regions. Local owner (a landscape photographer and keen hillwalker), who offers photography holidays based at the cottage.
Located two miles south east of Drumbeg, the single storey accommodation is comfortable and well equipped and includes two bedrooms, a fitted kitchen, dining room and sitting room with multi-fuel stoves, and a large lean-to play area for the children for rainy days. The pretty orchard garden is a wonderfully peaceful place to spend the evening, dining or simply relaxing.
This is a magnificent imposing Baronial mansion house, built in 1809, surrounded by mature woodland. The house faces north east and has an open view across fields, whilst the views from the drawing room and dining room, as well as the two main bedrooms look east/south east towards the Cromarty Firth.
Ardvreck is a pretty terraced cottage in a quiet part of the town of Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands. This delightful property can sleep six people in two double bedrooms and a ground floor twin room and has a family bathroom. The cottage also contains a well-equipped kitchen and a cosy sitting room with dining area complete with an electric flame-effect fire. Outside the property there is roadside parking and a private patio area with furniture.
This attractive, single-storey holiday cottage was formerly the forester’s cottage on a Highland country estate. Situated close to a hamlet it is tastefully refurbished.to provide attractive accommodation in a quiet setting. There are woodland and riverside walks leading down to the shores of the Cromarty Firth, home of a large colony of seals. Easy access to the Black Isle with its pretty fishing villages and attractive coastline. Golf, fishing, hill walking, mountain biking and numerous water sports are all available in the area. Shop and pub 1 mile.