This lovely cottage oozes laid back charm. Beautifully decorated in subtle muted tones with natural materials such as oak floors, original artwork and preloved finds, the cottage offers Highland holiday comfort at its best; a space to kick back, relax and unwind.
Downstairs the open plan living space is bright, sociable and practical. The newly fitted kitchen with integrated appliances; hob, oven, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer and microwave, is modern and well equipped with every utensil you should need and crockery from Highland Stoneware pottery. The dining area with oak table, window seat and picture window overlooking Lochan Ordain is ideal for entertaining or a romantic meal for two. In the Living area slouchy sofas and a warm and welcoming wood burning stove (logs provided) make relaxing easy. The house is well equipped with satellite TV, wifi, bluetooth speakers and digital radios. For quiet days and evenings there is a selection of board games and books.
Upstairs there are two gorgeous bedrooms, a kingsize master and twin. Both rooms have new comfortable beds with Egyptian cotton bedlinen, Anta cushions and throws. Hairdryers provided.
Downstairs shower room with walk in shower, underfloor heating and heated towel rail.
French doors from the Living space lead onto a secluded south facing patio with seating and barbecue. A safe enclosed garden for children and dogs to play and a shed for secure storage of bikes and walking equipment. Walk from the door and explore the native woodland croft or follow the waymarked path to Lochinver or Achmelvich beach.
Travel cot and high chair available on request
Bed linen and towels provided (beach towels on request)
Lots of parking
There is lots to do! Visit the wonderful unspoilt white sandy beaches nearby, Achmelvich (2 miles), Clachtoll (5 miles) and Clashnessie (7 miles) are the closest but with some exploring you can find many more secluded gems.
Walk along the coast or across the moors, the choice of routes is endless and wherever you go there are stunning views and you may not see another person all day. Check out www.walkhighland.co.uk for great information on routes.
Climb spectacular mountains to see the most beautiful views, with walks or climbs of all grades - Suilven, Stac Pollaidh, Cansip and Quinag to name just a few.
Fish for brown trout in hill lochs or for salmon in the rivers (permits required).
Visit prehistoric bone caves, a Pictish broch, ruins of 15thC Ardvreck castle and many more historic sites.
Take boat trips from Lochinver along the coast; or to Handa Island (owned by the Scottish Wildlife Trust) for some bird watching, nearly 100,000 seabirds including puffin gather here to breed; or to the Summer Isles, minke whale, dolphins, basking sharks and seals are not uncommon sightings; or to see the waterfall at the head of Loch Beag one of the highest in Europe. Try out Sea Kayaking, Norwest Sea Kayaking run trips in area, no experience necessary but booking essential.