Ardvreck Cottage is situated on the north-west coast of the Scottish Highlands in the village of Ullapool. This is an area well known to many climbers and hillwalkers for our munros and corbetts, with stunning scenery and super remote areas. The cottage is equipped for 6 people. It has 2 double rooms upstairs and a twin room downstairs. The bathroom is upstairs and has a shower over the bath. The sitting room is comfortably furnished and has a TV, DVD and music centre. The kitchen is fully equipped with cooker, washing machine and fridge/freezer. There is an utility room with dryer. The cottage has electric heating and a coal fire. There is a small garden at the rear of the cottage with a washing line and parking for 2 cars at the front. Local shops, facilities etc nearby.
Coillessan, located in Inverkirkaig, approximately 3 miles from the beautiful fishing village of Lochinver and a 2 minute walk from lovely pebbled Inverkirkaig Bay. Nearby is Achins Bookshop and the walk to Kirkaig Falls.
Coillessan has 2 bedrooms and sleeps 4. Bathroom with bath and shower and a well equipped kitchen. Telephone and Wi-Fi. Upstairs living and dining area complete with HD TV, Freesat and DVD, dining table and French doors leading onto a covered balcony, the ideal place to view the lovely scenery or watch the local wildlife.
Greenhill is an extended old crofters house set in private grounds with direct access down to the sea and spectacular views over the Summer Isles. The house has been owned by the same family for 4 generations and features 4 comfortable bedrooms, a sitting room with open fire, dining room, kitchen and bathroom with the original Victorian enamel bath. Greenhill provides an ideal base to explore Achiltibuie, Coigach, Lochinver and Ullapool.
A true jewel in the crown..stretching north from the shores of the Cromarty Firth. 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.
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.
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.
Bungalow, sleeps six, situated by the beach in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Next to the Bay of Clachtoll with its white sands and water warmed by the Gulf Stream, this is a stunning place to relax or explore the area. Shops, pubs and restaurants can be found in Lochinver only six miles along the coast.
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.
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.
Unapool House Cottages on a beautiful loch side location overlooking Loch Glencoul, are ideally situated for exploring Assynt and the whole of the north west of Scotland. Durness, Lochinver, Ullapool and Lairg are all easily within one hour's drive.
Osprey Cottage sits by the shores of the Cromarty Firth just a few metres from the shoreline. The spacious detached property, adjacent to owner's home, has been renovated and furnished to a high standard, and is ideal for bird watching. The many tourist attractions in the area are all within a short drive: beaches, hill and coastal walking, wildlife watching, distilleries, golf courses, castles and RSPB reserves.
Entrance hall with slate floor, well equipped kitchen/diner, spacious living room with beamed ceiling, double bedroom, shower room. Oak flooring throughout.
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.
Part of the Tarrel Farm Estate, on the Tarbet Peninsula, this holiday cottage enjoys a stunning location with sea views from both front and back of the property. Renovated to a very good standard, tastefully decorated and excellently equipped. A 15-minute walk to the beach with access to the coastal path. The village of Pothmahomack is 5 minutes' drive and has beach, shop, pub and two restaurants, while Tain has good amenities.
Assynt Cottage is a newly renovated, traditional crofthouse on the Stoer Penninsula near Lochinver, Sutherland. This exceptionally comfortable home has fantastic views of Sutherland's major mountains, the sea, and in the distance, the Western Isles. Recently renovated and decorated Assynt Cottage sleeps 4 (1 double, 1 twin) and sits in a large, private and enclosed garden. The house faces South and benefits from spectacular open views. The small fishing port of Lochinver is a 15 minute drive away and provides a range of facilities. Prices range from £430 to £595 per week including central heating, electricity and linen.
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.
Discover & explore this very special part of Assynt, with its breath taking scenery, magnificent mountains, lochs and quiet, unspoilt beaches, a wonderful location for the perfect relaxing getaway. This detached 2 bedroom cottage has been upgraded and furnished to a good standard; central heating, satellite TV, washing machine, private parking.
Sea and loch fishing, sandy beaches, hill walking, bird and wildlife watching are just a few of the activities available. The area is a paradise for the keen photographer. Shop, Tea Garden and Hotel serving food 1 mile away at Drumbeg.
Enjoying a quiet yet central location within the historic town of Tain, this traditional cottage, one of a row, is furnished and equipped to ensure a comfortable and relaxing holiday and makes the perfect base for exploring the Northern Highlands. The town, which is set near the shores of the Dornoch Firth, enjoys a variety of amenities including shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes which are all within easy walking distance.
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.
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.
Balsfjord log cabin is situated on the north side of Inverkirkaig bay, overlooking the sea, three miles south of Lochinver. The local area contains some of the most beautiful scenery in Britain, dominated by steep, spectacular mountains, tranquil lochs and magnificent seascapes. There are fantastic opportunities for walking, bird watching, trout fishing on the many local lochs and salmon fishing on the rivers Inver & Kirkaig. Sleeps four people, strictly no pets please.
Above the road that runs along the rocky shoreline, this architect-designed cottage stands in its own hillside grounds with magnificent views of the Summer Isles and Ocean. In the village of Altandhu, it is within 4 miles of shops, inns and an acclaimed hotel and restaurant. The surrounding countryside offers excellent walking, many sandy beaches, activities including deep-sea, trout and salmon fishing and island boat trips. Ullapool is 26 miles away by road.
The property has a stunning open-plan living/dining-room with multi-fuel stove and rugs on antique pine floor. A very well-equipped kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom with whirlpool bath. An outdoor hot tub to relax and enjoy the spectacular views.
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.
Creigard offers stunning mountain and sea views along with spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Relax in our light, airy, comfortable, tastefully furnished and well-equipped 4 star accommodation.
Lochinver village, Culag Woods, Badnaban and Inverkirkaig beaches (ideal for bird and wildlife watching), Falls of Kirkaig and the awe inspiring Suilven Mountain are all within walking distance of our peaceful hilltop location. Assynt, within Scotland's first northwest Geopark is a haven for outdoor pursuits with a variety of unspoilt beaches along the wild coastline; a breathing space in a magnificent landscape.
Kirkaig Chalets are the perfect place to unwind from the stresses of everyday life situated in the small settlement of Inverkirkaig the Chalets have uninterrupted views of the tranquil bay of Loch Kirkaig. Three miles from Lochinver and 35 miles north of Ullapool. The chalets are a perfect base for a range of activities including hill walking, loch, river and sea fishing, wildlife and bird watching Ideal base for Suilven, Stac Pollaidh and all the other Assynt hills.
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.
This holiday cottage is situated in the rural village of Inchnadamph, a perfect get away from it all location. Traligill Glen, which leads to the impressive entrances of the largest cave system in Scotland, is a short walk from the cottage. The area has much to offer for the outdoor enthusiast, including hill walking, with Stac Pollaidh, Canisp and Suilven all close by, and several lochs for trout fishing (permits available locally). Boats can be hired in Lochinver for sea angling. Knockan Crag, a National Nature Reserve, is also nearby. For bird watchers, Handa Island is a great day out, with hundreds of breeding seabirds, or spot mountain hares and otters. Shop 12 miles, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
Runie Lodge was a school and schoolhouse but is now a quality holiday home. Furnished with style and providing luxury self-catering with spacious rooms. Original stone features, oak beams and woodburning stoves. Very large well equipped kitchen & rangemaster cooker. Roll top bath & view to river and mountains. 3 bedrooms sleeping 5.
This detached former mill enjoys a unique and secluded position beside a stream, in a sheltered cove, with sweeping views across Loch Broom and down to the pretty town of Ullapool and is a perfect holiday retreat. Experience a boat trip around the Summer Isles, a cluster of uninhabited isles, view the seals and admire the wild, rugged scenery of Wester Ross.
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.
Established over 50 years we have cottages for families, pets and single people. Three miles south of Ullapool with good access to Seann a 'Bhraigh, Beinn Dearg and low impact walks at Farm to Leckmelm Gardens, Rhidorroch and beyond. STB reg 2 and 3 star, sleeps 1-6 in 5 unique cottages. On line booking available. Green tourism gold and winner of Visitscotland award for promoting environmental awareness to visitors.
Ard Choille is situated in the picturesque village of Lochinver and is within walking distance of all local amenities. Open all year round and heated throughout, the property comprises a fitted kitchen/diner with fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, cooker and microwave, sitting room with TV/DVD and a shower room. There are two bedrooms (sleeping up to 7 people), one with views over the harbour and the other with a view of the village and Suilven. Outdoor seating is provided in the garden. Rates include electricity, linen and towels. Breaks are from Saturday to Saturday and Short breaks are available in the winter months. Tariff ranges from £265 - £470.
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
Enjoying a secluded, 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.
Offering panoramic views in the unspoilt rolling farmland of Easter Ross, this unique and characterful detached cottage is perfectly placed for touring this scenic area. Gypsy Cottage offers bright and spacious accommodation and has been thoughtfully equipped. Features include exposed beams and a large stone open-fireplace. Only 2 miles to the beach at Balintore, where you can hopefully spot the bottlenose dolphins in the Moray Firth.
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. Dishwashe, washing machine, microwave, dvd and wifi. Parking on site .
Independent self-contained studio. Sleeps two - 1 good quality king size bed. Elevated location with breathtaking views over Loch Broom and to the mountains. The south facing conservatory provides a scenic and quiet sitting area overlooking the garden. Large and cosy main room. There is a well-equipped kitchenette and the bathroom has a full size bath with shower. Separate room with TV/DVD player and comfortable chairs. Outdoor deck.
Heating, linen, towels, cleaning, Wi-Fi included. Off-street parking, bike storage. Direct access to hill tracks. Local OS maps available.
An Caladh is a supremely comfortable and spacious home for up to 6 people in one of Scotland's most dramatic and beautiful areas. A detached 4 bedroom house in the small village of Kylesku in the North Western Highlands with stunning views over sea lochs and mountains. The house stands in an elevated position 50 yards from the water's edge of Loch Glencoul.
We hope that your experience here will prove to be one of a haven of peace and tranquillity, an opportunity for stillness, with time to reflect and dream.
Set in green pastures at the heart of the village of Clachtoll, Taigh an áilean is a former croft house built in 2007. It lies five minutes walk from the sandy beaches of Clachtoll and Stoer bays, and the Iron Age broch of An Dun. Clachtoll lies on the coast 6 miles north of Lochinver along a single track road with spectacular views of the mountains of Assynt. Reached from Inverness in under 2 hours it is a superb centre for walking, mountaineering, fishing, dining, geology, sealife and bird watching.
Modern 4 bedroom self catering accommodation, situated in the beautiful fishing village of Ullapool in Wester Ross. Spacious lounge with 42” screen TV, DVD library and cosy wood burning stove. Large, well-equipped kitchen diner with American-style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer. 4 bedrooms, 2 with en-suite showers, large family bathroom, off road parking, storage for bikes and outdoor gear. Linen, towels and WiFi included.
There are a wealth of things to do, see, taste and experience in Ullapool and the beautiful surrounding area, making Millview the ideal base for your holiday.
Ground floor: Living/dining room. Kitchen. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft), 1 twin. Both properties: Elec heaters, elec, bed linen and towels inc. Cot and h/chair on request. Freeview TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. Elec cooker. M/wave. W/machine. D/washer. F/freezer. Small freezer. Large, shared courtyard with sitting-out area and furniture. Parking (2 cars). Cycle store. No smoking.
Deriving its name from the gaelic; Clais An Easaidh meaning valley of the waterfall - Clashnessie is a small crofting community on the north coast of Assynt, a parish regarded by many as one of the most beautiful in Highland Scotland. Riverside is a former croft house, situated a few minutes walk from a spectacular sandy beach. The cottage makes an ideal base whether visiting the area for walking, fishing, sailing, bird watching or simply relaxing amongst some of the most dramatic scenery in the UK.
This charming holiday chalet occupies a secluded position overlooking lovely Inverkirkaig bay, 3 miles south of Lochinver in Assynt, northwest Scotland. Situated amidst the breath taking coastal and mountain scenery which characterises this remote area with geopark status, the chalet provides an ideal base for the pursuit of various outdoor activities such as fishing, hill walking, kayaking and bird watching. For those who enjoy life at a slower tempo, the scope for pleasurable relaxation in stunning surroundings is unsurpassed.
Enjoying a peaceful and secluded setting, Canisp View benefits from views across a small loch on towards the rugged hills of Sutherland and makes a perfect holiday base. The beautiful, white sand Achmelvich beach and bay, 1.5 miles. Lochinver is an attractive village with shops, pubs/hotels and restaurants. It has a fishing port where boat trips can be arranged.
Enjoying a wonderful beachside setting just a few steps from the waters of the Moray Firth, this spacious, detached holiday property makes a super base for exploring this lovely part of the Highlands. Enjoy watersports, fishing, golf and mountain biking. Visit Dunrobin Castle, Tain, Dornoch, the Falls of Shin salmon leap or take a day trip to the beautiful west coast, the Orkneys and the Isle of Skye. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.
Situated on the edge of a hillside, amongst wild highland landscape with only the deer and foxes close by. This traditional highland cottage provides a perfect holiday retreat to relax and unwind from the pressures of everyday life. Good eating out places at Ullapool and Achiltibuie, splendid climbing all around, an abundance of plants and wildlife to enjoy, perfect peace and solitude. Shops and pubs 5 miles.
Badnaban is a small crofting township located near the picturesque fishing village of Lochinver, in the far North West Highlands of Scotland, an area renowned for its stunning scenery. This large, spacious, and very well appointed self catering cottage is set in a secluded spot with a lovely private feel and is ideal to get away from it all and relax in the peace and quiet of the Highlands. Alternatively it can also be used as a base to explore the exceptional beauty of the nearby surroundings and beyond.
Our luxurious pods are sited on our croft and have their own private front deck overlooking the breathtaking panoramic sea views. In a great location for outdoor activities such as hill walking, cycling, fishing or just the opportunity to relax and soak up the glorious settings.
Each pod has a double bed with storage, sofa bed, TV/DVD, Bose bluetooth speaker, kitchen/dining area, BBQ and outside seating. Linen, towels and WiFi included. The Little Abodes are a luxurious fully equipped way to glamp set in wonderful croft land!
Set beside the Achmelvich Beach to Alltanabradhan Mill footpath which passes through our estate (listed in the Ullapool and Assynt Walks), and just four miles from Lochinver, these luxury fully equipped STB 4* holiday cottages enjoy superb coastal and mountain views. Open all year, there are four two-bedroom cottages and one with three all en-suite bedrooms, payphone, and suitable for residents with mobility difficulties. All are fully equipped including jacuzzi baths and showers, Satellite TV, wireless broadband, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble drier, dishwasher, CD & DVD players, double-glazing and electric central heating. We accept well behaved pets by prior arrangement.
The House sleeps 6 guests across three bedrooms; 1 king size en-suite, 1 double and 1 twin. We welcome enquiries from larger parties as these can be accommodated by negotiation.
Split Rock Croft House is set on a traditional working croft in a stunning area of the north west Highlands of Scotland, near Lochinver and Clachtoll. Set on a peninsular jutting into the north Atlantic which boasts an amazing array of bird and sea life including basking sharks, whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, otters, gannets, puffins and oyster catchers.
Set in a quiet rural location, this cosy holiday cottage enjoys lovely views across open countryside towards Nigg Bay and the Cromarty Firth. An RSPB Reserve, sea trips, fishing, golf, castles and south, west and east facing beaches all within easy reach. Great for touring the scenic Highlands. Historic Cromarty is a short ferry trip (also accessed by road) with Inverness, the Highland Capital approx 45 minutes' drive.