Lochinver 6 miles.
On a pretty hillside, this modern detached cottage has lovely open views and comes with a gentle pace of life, located in the small, friendly community of Clachtoll, just six miles from the fishing port of Lochinver in the Scottish Highlands.
From your lovely cottage you will see sheep and horses grazing in neighbouring fields and the area is one of natural unspoilt beauty.
This cottage is warm and spacious and is ideal for a family or group of friends who want to be in a truly get away from it all location amongst fabulous scenery.
In the sitting room there are recliner sofas and a cosy woodburning stove to relax in front of at the end of an active day, whilst the kitchen/diner is a very sociable space with a large central dining table where great meals can be prepared and enjoyed.
Completing the accommodation are two comfortable bedrooms, a smart bathroom with freestanding bath and a utility room with WC.
The cottage occupies an elevated location and offers open views across Clachtoll, along with an enclosed and private garden where children can play safely.
Within easy reach is the rugged coastline and beautiful white sands of Clachtoll beach complete with its stunning mountain views, and Lochinver is a short drive away with good local services.
The area is ideal for touring with its quiet single track coastal roads ideal for exploring the small villages along the way and always have your camera at the ready as wildlife and marine life are abundant.
What a simply perfect holiday location.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility with WC. Sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Inverness 103 miles.
Set amongst the spectacular mountainous scenery of Assynt, Lochinver is a busy little fishing port with a regular fish market. The Visitor Centre houses a display on the history, geology and wildlife of the area. There is a pottery with craft shop and a range of other retailers. Lochinver also offers excellent fishing, while walkers flock to the line of distinctive and isolated mountains which run parallel to the coast. Heading north from Lochinver, and a couple of miles off the main road, is Achmelvich a tiny bay village with stunning white sands and turquoise blue water. The stunning views at the hamlet of Culkein, and the amazing seascapes at Stoer point make travelling the scenic west coast road a delight. A host of other natural attractions are within reach, such as Britain’s highest waterfall at Loch Glencoul, and the remote Kerrachar Gardens. A tranquil and picturesque base.