Plockton 3 miles.
A spacious, semi-detached cottage set in the hamlet of Achnandarach and surrounded by fabulous highland scenery, on the west coast of Scotland.
The small hamlet of Achnandarach, translated as 'forest wind', is a tranquil area set close to a sandy beach and bursting with wildlife.
With views stretching across the land towards the Isle of Skye, this contemporary Highland cottage is very well appointed and offers an ideal holiday setting for a group of friends or family who want to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the area.
This Plockton cottage provides thoughtfully designed accommodation set all over the ground floor with three lovely bedrooms, one benefiting from en-suite shower facilities.
The large open-plan living accommodation is homely and welcoming with a well-equipped kitchen, a generous dining area and very comfortable sitting area with cosy multi-fuel stove and double doors leading to a small, private patio.
Just a few miles away is the pretty, popular village of Plockton, a bustling, friendly community set around a sheltered bay, providing excellent facilities for shopping and dining out on the seafront.
Why not book a place on Calum's Seal Trips, and venture out onto the calm waters of Loch Carron to experience a wildlife cruise with a difference?
Your Plockton cottage is ideally placed for visiting each corner of the West Highlands, and for further exploration, the Skye Bridge is just a short drive away, offering easy access for discovering this magical Island.
The romantic Eilean Donan Castle is a must see, again just an easy drive from your Plockton Cottage.
This cottage will ensure you and your loved ones a perfect Highland holiday.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with multi-fuel stove. Utility.
About the location
Kyle of Lochalsh 6.7 miles; Dornie 11 miles.
Plockton is often described as the Jewel in the Highlands due to its charming seaside location, pretty cottages and surprising tropical atmosphere, caused by the mild climate, with palm trees thriving along the seafront. The sheltered waters of Plockton attract small yachts throughout the year and the village caters well for its visitors with a selection of quality cafes and pubs all looking out across the bay. There’s also a small general store for convenience alongside the few gift and craft shops, whilst the active village community host events and art exhibitions throughout the year. Plockton is a popular tourist resort due, in no small part, to the TV series Hamish Macbeth, which was filmed there, but also because of its charm and the friendly ambience it offers, which sees tourists return year after year.