Set in a peaceful village, this semi-detached, 19th-century holiday cottage enjoys spectacular views of Beinn Eighe of the Torridon Hills, Britain’s first National Nature Reserve, which has some of Scotland’s finest mountain scenery. Its moorland and native Scots pine forest habitat overlooks Loch Maree and supports red deer, golden eagles, pine martens and wildcat. Smithy Cottage has its own secure garden and is 20 yards from the village shop and cafe. Five beautiful beaches locally. Inverewe Gardens are within easy reach, as is Skye.
If it's the ultimate in peace and seclusion you crave, The Torridon Boat House with its own road and jetty is one of the most romantic locations in Scotland.
This high quality, self contained, two bedroomed conversion offers stunning accommodation for up to four people. It sits just a few steps from the nearby loch where otters and sea birds call their home. And in common with everything else from The Torridon resort, the luxury, warmth and comfort of The Torridon Boat House is first class and a unique experience.
Spectacularly set close to a secluded shingle beach and private mooring, this detached property has an enviable location and is perfect for those looking for peace and quiet. The property is beautifully furnished and commands stunning sea views over Loch Shieldaig and the sea. Seals and otters are a common sight from the house, which is guaranteed to keep the whole family fascinated for hours.
Mansefield cottage is a quality detached four star bungalow on the edge of Kinlochewe village and close to Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve. Set within the breathtaking scenery of the Scottish highlands. The area offers many pursuits. If you enjoy climbing or walking you can chose coastal strolls or strenuous mountain climbs. Ideal for Touring or just enjoy the peace and tranquility. The spacious cottage with 2 bedrooms sleeps up to four. Lounge, large modern kitchen diner, luxury bathroom all having high quality furnishings and tasteful decor.
Anancaun Holiday Cottage is a semi detached modern bungalow which is set back from the road surrounded by fields. It has uninterrupted views of the majestic mountains rising above, yet is situated in the centre of the village of Kinlochewe. It is comfortably furnished and equipped for two people but a single room can be made available if two people do not wish to share or a third person wishes to stay. It provides the feeling of a 'home away from home' and our visitors return again and again.
Campbell House is the perfect choice for a self-catering break for couples, families and small groups. A traditional detached stone built house situated in the centre of the village of Shieldaig, overlooking the loch with amazing views across Shieldaig Island and beyond. Campbell House is traditionally and very comfortably furnished to a high standard with a warm and cosy feel. It accommodates up to five adults or a family of seven. It has central heating thoughout and a large enclosed back garden leading up the hillside to the Croft.
A beautiful house in an amazing location on the shores of Upper Loch Torridon. In the heart of Torridon's spectacular walking and climbing destination, the cottage is ideally suited for walkers to enjoy an amazing active holiday or just relax and soak up the views and local wildlife.
Bayview Cottage is immaculately presented, with every modern comfort. Cosy, lovingly-furnished sitting room with wood-burning stove, modern well-equipped kitchen, separate dining room with its own stove, central heating throughout. Three elegantly furnished bedrooms with breathtaking views, spacious bathroom and additional wet room shower.
Eleven Diabaig is a traditional 3 bedroom croft house, nestled on the hillside with stunning views over Loch Diabaig, Loch Torridon and the distant mountains of the Isle of Skye. Providing very comfortable accommodation for up to 6 people, it sits in its own secure garden and is perfectly located for exploring the stunning area of Torridon.
Three bedrooms, modern well-equipped kitchen with dining area, refurbished bathroom, cosy comfortable lounge with digital TV, and a sun room where you can watch the sunset over the sea.
In an outstanding elevated position on the shores of Upper Loch Torridon, this traditional croft house with its own garden commands wonderful views - to the front is the loch with the mountains beyond, and to the rear is the towering Ben Alligin, part of the spectacular Torridon range (NT). An ideal base for hill walking and climbing. Shops 5 miles, pub serving food 7 miles.
Reputedly the oldest house in the village (which is probably why it has the best position with the most stunning views!), Minch View has been thoroughly renovated during a programme that started in August 2008 and was finished in June 2010. The house has been completely re-furnished, with emphasis on real comfort and easy living. The bathroom is an attractive modern design and the fabulous kitchen has all mod cons, including a dishwasher (well, you are on holiday...).
West Home is a spacious, detached holiday bungalow, set in spectacular surroundings with Loch Torridon views from the picture windows in the living room. With generously proportioned rooms throughout, the property enjoys magnificent views of the surrounding Torridon Hills, with Liathach Mountain lying just beyond the enclosed lawned garden. The open fireplace provides a cosy and warm welcome for guests, and the well-equipped farmhouse-style kitchen offers a dining table that is perfect for group meals together.
Surrounded by acres of spectacular scenery, on the edge of the world famous Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, with superb views of Beinn Eighe, Ruadh Stac and Slioch, these four timber chalets are a perfect base for hill walkers, mountaineers, wildlife and nature enthusiasts, photographers and those seeking peace and tranquility. The chalets are within walking distance of the village shop, post office, hotel, pub and garage. Each of the four chalets is cosy and well equipped with modern comforts and set in its own secluded area.
We are delighted to offer to you our highland home in the most beautiful and untouched parts of Scotland. Greenhill has been extensively upgraded to a very high standard. It has a central heating system and two multi-fuel stoves. It is an ideal base to explore the mountains of Torridon, the shores of Loch Maree and the sandy beaches of Gairloch. The Steading has a wood burning oven and pool table. The Kinlochewe Hotel is a ten minute walk from Greenhill and offers an excellent selection of beers and malts.
Willowbrae is a beautifully presented two-storey detached holiday cottage situated in the picture postcard village of Shieldaig. The cosy cottage living room and separate dining room, both with woodburners, proffer a warm welcoming ambience. There are stunning views across the sea-loch of Torridon to the hills beyond. With two attractive double bedrooms, a bathroom and well-equipped kitchen, Willowbrae will appeal to couples and small families wishing to explore the unspoilt beauty of Wester Ross. The surrounding area is a haven for wildlife.
Ceol Na Mara is situated at the north end of Shieldaig village, close to the shore and commands stunning views over the loch towards Shieldaig Island. The comfortable, well-appointed house sleeps eight and is the perfect holiday base.
The area is a haven for wildlife with sea eagles visiting Shieldaig Island, otters fish and play just off shore and pine martens are occasionally spotted. Ideal house and location for exploring the Torridon and surrounding mountains.
Whether you just want to relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery or pursue more adventurous activities in the Torridon mountains or on the sea, The Corran in Shieldaig is the perfect holiday location. Corran Cottages can offer you the choice of two 5 Star properties.
The Cottage is a traditional highland cottage which has been carefully extended and modernised to sleep up to 6 in 3 bedrooms. Pier House is an attractive newly built house with spacious living accommodation and 3 large en suite bedrooms sleeping up to 7.
Midwest is a traditional stone built croft cottage, renovated and extended to provide a comfortable holiday home for up to 5 people. With panoramic views looking south across Loch Torridon, it is an ideal base for discovering Wester Ross and the Highlands of Scotland. The cottage is situated about 4 miles west of the village of Torridon in one of the most spectacular mountain ranges of Scotland, It is a paradise for those who enjoy hill walking, climbing, fishing, watching wildlife or simply getting away from it all.
The Narrows is a spacious and well-appointed family holiday home, sitting in a prime lochside location with breathtaking views over Loch Torridon to the mountains and beyond. Situated in the north west Scottish Highlands, it provides a truly get-away-from-it-all experience with dramatic mountain and loch views. This area has so much to offer in the way of outdoor activities, with all levels of walking from munro-bagging to low level coastal routes.
Kathleen's Croft is a charming white-painted croft house on the west coast of the Highlands of Scotland, in the small village of Annat. Overlooking Loch Torridon and the majestic splendours of the Torridon hills, this cottage is cosy and comfortable, warm and charming, and has views to die for! A real home from home for 2-6 people. Exposed beams, wooden floors, rugs and carpets, soft colours and gorgeous thick lined curtains…..lovely!
Facing south and commanding stunning views across Loch Torridon this location is so amazing it will be difficult to leave this lovely retreat. When you do, classic walks such as the Horns of Alligin and the Liathach ridge traverse are on the doorstep. One of the best rock climbing crags in the country at Diabaig can be easily accessed while winter climbers will enjoy being close to the hot spots of Liathach and Beinn Eighe. Only a short drive is required for the classic Slioch horseshoe and the Fisherfield 6.
Cairn Shiel is a modern bungalow which stands in a private and prime location within the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, which is renowned for its variety of wildlife, magnificent scenery and mountain trails; an ideal base for a variety of outdoor activities, wildlife and landscape photography, touring the North West Highlands, or simply relaxing in majestic surroundings. The house has commanding views on all sides, including Beinn Eighe and Slioch, with Liathach, Beinn Alligin and the Torridon Mountains close by. Pine Martens visit the house regularly.