Situated in the picturesque coastal village of Ullapool, Ardmair House was built in the 19th Century and has been modernized to provide the perfect holiday retreat. Suitable for two families or a group the house sleeps 10-12 in 4 bedrooms. Lounge with cosy open fire, TV/video, kitchen with arge pine table in the eating area. 2 bathrooms, and secluded garden, safe for children and perfect for eating outside.
Easy walking to shops, restaurants, pubs, leisure centre. Ideally situated for walking, climbing, fishing, golf, shooting, sailing and excursions to the North and Hebridean Islands.
Situated on a quiet lane and overlooking open countryside, Barn Owl Cottage is a detached, single-storey cottage. Set in the grounds of the owner’s home, it has its own private garden and enjoys lovely views across fields to the hills beyond. It is situated in a small hamlet which lies between Portmahomack and Tain, in the heart of rural Ross-shire. This bright accommodation is beautifully presented throughout and provides an ideal base for couples.
Unique prime waterside location in Lochinver Bay, with breath taking views of spectacular mountain range, 10 minutes walk from Lochinver village and shops. Luxurious accommodation with every modern home comfort available, recently added for extra luxury are outdoor hot tubs in all properties, perfect for relaxing after spending your day walking, climbing or fishing.
Local family run, with a high standard of cleanliness.
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.
Killearn Cottage is a traditional fisherman’s cottage situated in the heart of the pretty seaboard village of Portmahomack. Built of local stone, this beautifully renovated, semi-detached cottage enjoys outstanding views from its elevated position over the Dornoch Firth and the Sutherland hills. It is just steps away from the stunning sandy bay and the charming seaside harbour. Killearn Cottage has been lovingly extended and modernised in recent times, and provides bright and spacious accommodation for up to six guests.
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
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 single bedroom doubles as a second living room 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.
Fisher’s Cottage is an original fisherman’s cottage, situated in the heart of the charming seaside village of Balintore. This traditional single-storey, stone cottage is set along a quiet lane, just a few yards from a stunning sandy beach and pretty harbour. Beautifully presented throughout, the bright, modern living room/dining room has a pretty cottage suite and colour-coordinated soft furnishings. The kitchen is at the rear of the cottage and is equipped with modern built-in units.
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. The property provides a perfect centre for a fishing holiday, with over 300 freshwater lochs in the area.
Strathcraig is a traditional Highland crofter's cottage in spectacular Assynt scenery, just 2 miles from the village of Lochinver. Set in a croft where you can see red deer, roam the woods, fish from the rocks, look out for the local wildlife. On the ground floor there is a cosy sitting room, a lovely dining room with a wood-lined fitted kitchen off, and a bathroom with shower. Bedrooms are upstairs and comprise one double, one twin and a small single. There's ample room in the porch for boots, coats, etc.
Ard Choille is situated in the picturesque village of Lochinver within walking distance of all local amenities. Open all year 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. 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 in the garden. Rates include electricity, linen and towels. Short breaks available in winter. Free WiFi. Tariff ranges from £330 - £495.
Loanan is a detached, single-storey cottage situated amidst dramatic scenery in the heart of picturesque Sutherland. Set in its own garden grounds that lead directly down to a tumbling Scottish burn, it offers peace and seclusion in a superb setting. The main living room is very attractively presented, with patio doors opening onto the garden and offering uninterrupted views across the hills towards Loch Assynt. There are two pretty cottage bedrooms, with colour coordinated soft furnishings throughout.
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.
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.
The White House is a beautifully presented, 19th-century terraced stone cottage, with garden grounds that lead directly down onto a stunning sandy beach. The main living area is on the first floor, where you can take full advantage of the superb sea views from the large picture windows. The living area is separated from the bright contemporary kitchen/dining room by a large breakfast bar. Patio doors lead out onto a large elevated decking area, which is ideal for alfresco dining.
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.
Rientraid Cottage is a traditional, detached house set in a spectacular location amongst one of Scotland’s most dramatic and rugged landscapes near Lochinver (18.5 miles) in Sutherland, with a stunning view out over Loch a’Chairn Bhain. The cottage is ‘off grid’ with a generator that provides electricity and no other houses for miles around making this is the perfect retreat for those with a sense of adventure that appreciate peace, quiet and magnificent scenery.
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.
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.
Charming Highland home with stunning open views of Suliven, located in the friendly community of Elphin between the fishing ports of Ullapool and Lochinver.
View Hill is a warm deceptively spacious cottage and ideal for guests who want a location amongst fabulous scenery. 3 bedrooms, sitting and dining room, sun porch, large kitchen, utility room, bathroom. Fenced lawned garden surrounds the cottage making it a wonderful safe play area for children and dogs. Fishing nearby, permits can be bought locally. Ample parking and covered area for bikes / motorbikes.
Situated in the heart of the royal burgh of Tain, Solus Na Madainn is a traditional, terraced, stone cottage which has been owned by the same family for many generations. The property has been lovingly restored by the owner in to an attractive cottage using a Scottish theme, whilst keeping many original features. Solus Na Madainn is Gaelic for ‘the morning light’ which streams through the pretty front windows. Enhanced by a cosy wood burner, it oozes charm and character.
Tucked away at the end of its own short, rough track, Eagle Cottage is a traditional detached white-washed stone cottage set on a working croft, in a stunning location with sea and mountain views. Looking out across Culkein Bay with Handa Island and the dramatic peaks of north west Sutherland clearly visible, Eagle Cottage provides cosy, warm accommodation with décor based around a seaside theme. On the ground floor there is a living room with an electric wood burner.
A wonderful self catering holiday lodge, set in the hillside of Baddidarroch, overlooking the small fishing village of Lochinver that sleeps up to 6 guests in perfect luxury.
Waterloo House has a spacious and sociable open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen, TV, WiFi, stargazing equipment, wood burning stove and picturesque views across the water. 3 ensuite bedrooms, underfloor heating, outdoor hot tub with outstanding views, two balconies, private garden with BBQ. Watersports and fishing on the loch, many cycle routes and walks in the area.
Set in its own grounds and enjoying fantastic views across the sea to the hills and mountain peaks beyond, Creagach is a spacious, contemporary, detached family house. This delightful, architect-designed accommodation is of a very good standard and has a truly spectacular setting on a working croft where sheep and beef cattle graze on the adjacent croftland. The property has a welcoming wood burner, and this eco-friendly house is heated by a ground source heat pump which provides underfloor heating throughout.
Three semi detached cottages on the shores of Loch Broom 3 miles south of Ullapool. Bright and modern wooden flooring throughout, double and twin bedrooms, bathrooms with shower and bath. Larger cottage has ensuite facilities. A working farm well behaved pets welcome, groups and families welcome. Great for armchair nature watching and shoreside walking. 3 star STB rated.
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 five guests. The living area is warm and welcoming with fantastic features, such as gas fire and deep leather suites. There are three good-sized bedrooms and a shower room.
Spacious, well equipped family holiday home comfortably accommodates 6 adults and 3 children. Secluded location at the end of a croft track within the North Assynt Estate. Direct access to hill lochs and a short walk from beach. The Brigs is midway round North Coast 500 route. Perfect for exploring the area or just relaxing in the garden, enjoying the stunning panorama of Clashnessie Bay, magnificent waterfall and surrounding unspoilt countryside.
Extras such as telephone calls, WiFi, power & linen included. Low season short breaks. See website for special offers.
Achard, Gaelic for high field, has extensive views over the spectacular scenery of this part of the west coast of Scotland. The cottage comfortably sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite) and has a large, well equipped, kitchen-diner and a utility room. The spacious lounge has panoramic views, cosy open fire, and Freeview TV.
Situated 10 miles north of Lochinver, on the Stoer peninsula, Achard is perfect for visiting Handa Island, the Old Man of Stoer, Smoo Cave, Sandwood Bay and touring the area. Plenty of walks, beaches and wildlife on the doorstep - Achard makes a great base for a relaxing holiday.
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.
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.
Arkle is a spacious bungalow, recently refurbished to a very high standard. Interior decoration is a natural palette, oak and slate flooring making it contemporary with a hint of the Highlands. Spacious and bright open plan lounge, well equipped kitchen with patio doors to decking and private garden, 3 bedrooms with washbasins, solid fuel stove and heating in all the rooms makes Arkle cosy in winter.
Situated on Market Street in the conservation area of the picturesque fishing village of Ullapool within easy walking distance of all the local amenities.
Situated high above Maiden Loch, Comraich is totally private, nestled in the landscape and surrounded by its wild garden. Short walk to Clachtoll Beach, 5 miles from Lochinver with shops, pubs & restaurants. A floor to ceiling window takes full advantage of the fabulous views over the loch to the sea and to Suilven and the Assynt mountains beyond.
The perfect base for walking, photography, fishing, wildlife watching, or just relaxing. Our comfortable, bright, well equipped cottage has 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, shower room, 2 utility rooms & living room.
Quality chalets set amongst magnificent scenery, with coastal sea and mountain views. A choice of properties from a luxury 1 bedroom chalet with whirlpool spa bath or a quality 2 bedroom chalet, sleeping 4 persons. Each chalet has its own balcony with garden furniture. We also have a 2 bedroom cottage with Jacuzzi bath and stunning views over the bay/harbour. Very well appointed, fully equipped with all modern conveniences, making this an ideal 'home from home'. Open all year.
Exceptional highland lodge beside the river with spacious rooms, stone features, oak beams and wood burning stoves, the lodge has a timeless atmosphere and is the ideal location to relax and unwind.
Arrive to home baking, high ceilings, tall windows and basket of logs. The heart of the home is the spacious kitchen, equipped to a high standard for creative cooks. Chandeliers, elegant lamps, soft duvets and quality bed linen all add to a restful night’s sleep, and a roll top bath too! Enclosed safe garden for children and dogs.
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.
Sail Mhor View sits in lovely countryside, on the scenic Wester Ross coastal route. There are four bedrooms here, one king-size double with en-suite, and three twins with hand basins, as well as a family bathroom. A fitted kitchen, dining room and sitting room with terrific views complete this cosy Scottish retreat. Outside, there is an enclosed garden, and plentiful off road parking. Sail Mhor View truly is a superb base for family, friends or walkers looking to lose themselves in this stunning part of Scotland.
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!
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.
Rhuntotan cottage sleeps two people, all pets are welcome including horses (max two). Minimum stay 3 nights. Walk over the moors behind the cottage to the beach. Parking in front of the cottage. Quiet location.
Cagarabh is a traditional, detached croft cottage situated amidst stunning scenery on the dramatic north west coast of Sutherland. This cosy cottage is well presented throughout, with a pretty lounge, fitted kitchen/dining room and bathroom on the ground floor. There are two attractive bedrooms on the first floor which enjoy stunning views across the open hills to the sea beyond. Cagarabh is situated on a quiet no-through single track road in the tiny crofting township of Culkein Drumbeg.
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.
Sealladh Sitheil (Peaceful outlook) is a recently renovated croft house available for self-catering holiday rental. It sleeps 4 to 6.
Situated in Badenscallie in the majestic scenery of the Coigach peninsula, 20 miles north of Ullapool and 2 miles south of Achiltibuie, the house offers tranquility and magnificent views over the summer Isles, only 100yds from the beach, with miles of unspoilt rugged coastline to explore or head off uphill to the impressive Ben Mhor Coigach. Wildlife abounds for the observant with whales, seals, porpoises, eagles, deer, otters and much more or simply relax and let the ever changing light, sunsets or northern lights wash over you.
A new and luxury holiday home in the rugged and wild area of Assynt. Sleeps up to 8 (+ cot), with stunning sea and mountain views. Cosy, spacious and airy, this holiday home is ideal for families or groups of couples, including disabled access. Right on your doorstep you have rugged mountains, wooded valleys, rushing rivers, sandy beaches, lochs, dramatic cliffs and remnants of times passed.
20 yards from the shore of Loch Kirkaig - fully refurbished in a tasteful blend of traditional and contemporary style.
Large sunroom overlooking the bay (with glorious sunsets) with dining and seating areas and high end hifi. Separate lounge with log burner, 55” freeview tv, blue ray and high end hifi. Dining kitchen with all new appliances and large dining table. 3 double bedrooms.Two bathrooms. Large exotic garden with outdoor eating/seating areas and stream running to bay. Lochinver (shops, pubs, restaurants) 2.5 miles. Ideal base for exploring,walking, cycling, boating etc.
Cruachan Holiday Home self catering accommodation is located in Lochinver, near the North Coast 500 (NC 500), with a view to the ocean, in the Assynt district of Sutherland. In some ways a holiday spent at Cruachan Holiday Home, located in Lochinver, feels as if you have gone back to a simpler time. Keep toasty with the wood fire stove while reading a good book.Enjoy one of many hikes through the woods, along streams and rivers or walk to the Inverkirkaig shore and listen to the crashing waves.
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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Badagyle Cottage faces South East across Loch Badagyle to Ben Mor Coigach and three miles from the bottom of Stac Polly footpath. This cosy cottage has an oil Rayburn with drying pulley, a multi fuel stove and double glazed throughout. Stunning location in a National Scenic Area, Geopark and Special Area of Conservation. 5 miles to Achiltibuie, 17 miles to Ullapool. Well equipped kitchen. Freeview TV/DVD.
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.
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.
Seahorses is spectacular! Not only does it occupy a prime location on this popular coastline but the position commands panoramic views across the sea and towards Quinag, one of the iconic Assynt mountains so beloved by hill walkers.