4.7★ Sykes rating 7 Guests 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Cot available Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews our (5) stay (4) great (4) clean (4) comfortable (4) views (3) 9 Customer Reviews "Gorgeous spot overlooking the loch… we had a fabulous holiday." Paddle boarding and swimming directly in front of the cottage and watching the sea eagle above the island from the front room were particular highlights! Cottage comfortable and clean. We hope to return. Reviewed by Susan5.0★Aug 2023 "We had a wonderful stay with our daughter and son in law." The property was a delight, loved the seating in the lounge and the open plan to the kitchen with the lovely big table. And that view Reviewed by Eileen4.4★May 2023 "Fantastic location." Loved our stay in this delightful and cosy cottage. Reviewed by Huw5.0★May 2023 "Excellent place if pricey but so is everywhere these days." Only hitch was we were meant to get in at 4pm.We arrived at 6pm and the poor person doing changeover was in a panic as she had not long got there having been let down by a helper.We left for 45 mins ,returned ,eager to put our bags ,have a cup of tea ,etc after hours of driving. The helper left and we went in and finished off the changeover as there was clean linen and equipment readily available. We were delighted to meet the person and would gladly have let her stay on to finish with us also setting up.This is NOT a criticism ,we would love to return there one day.WE just want to say if hitches happen with changeover, best to inform and work with or around the clients.It would be a good idea to give the changeover person a mobile number of the guests to inform of any problems. Sharing and caring, matters more than exclusivity in the Highlands! Reviewed by Alison4.4★Mar 2023 "This house was fantastic." It was so comfortable and warm. Perfectly located and great for watching wildlife right from the front window. Reviewed by Gill5.0★Sep 2022 "The feedback we would like published is: “We had a wonderful stay in this beautiful cottage, with the most amazing views." It was comfortable, clean and well equipped. A beautiful spot in the Highlands and great for kayaking/paddle boarding from virtually outside the front door. Wildlife spotting fantastic too!” We did want to mention too that we were so impressed by the property, that we sought to book up again for next year. We were hugely disappointed to discover an approx £300 increase in price and aren’t in a position to commit to this currently… Reviewed by Susan5.0★Jul 2022 "What an amazing week we spent at Tigh en Leigh at the end of June." The house was very comfortable, clean, well equipped and so peaceful. We had a week of glorious weather and no midges! We were out and about every day but it was always a pleasure to return to the house and just spend the evenings relaxing watching the ever changing views. It was sad to leave but we look forward to returning soon. Thank you to the staff at LHH for your efficient customer service, the cleaner for making sure the house was spotless for our arrival and the owners for allowing us to share their holiday home. Sheila ElliotJul 2021 "Lovely as always." CoVid preparations seemed great A couple of observations The mugs are too small!!!!! We could have made use of a tea strainer A kayakers etc a hosepipe for washing down would have been great Thanks Jeremy NewnhamAug 2020 "Just spent two weeks in this fabulous property which is in a fabulous location." The lounge has stunning views: we could view sea eagles, seals, otters and unbelievable sun sets. The accommodation is of a high standard and provides excellent access to great Munro walking in Torridon, sea kayaking and numerous outstanding biking routes. Two of our party actually biked to the summit of Bealach na Ba!!! Dee KuczajNov 2018 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Single-storey Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin with basin, 1 x bunk with single Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin, WC Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail, WC Open-plan living area with kitchen/diner and seating Sitting room Electric heating with woodburning stove Electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher TV, WiFi, selection of books Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. In ren Travel cot and highchair available on request Ample off-road parking Enclosed rear garden with lawn, furniture and patio Pet-friendly, sorry, no smoking Shop 0.2 miles, pub 0.2 miles Note: Please bring own linen for travel cot The property Shieldaig 0.3 miles. Surrounded by trees and unspoilt views to the bay, Tigh en Leigh close to Shieldaig in Wester Ross, north east Scotland, is sure to captivate your adventurous side. Perfect for families seeking the ultimate countryside holiday, single-storey with all the convenience of home-from-home amenities, this cottage is surrounded by exceptional wildlife and stunning views that will make your holiday to Shieldaig, one to remember. After finding your way along the picturesque village lane, shrouded in unspoilt countryside, you will find off-road parking available at your convenience. Upon entering the house, a contemporary atmosphere greets you, cultivated by a fresh wooden décor, mixed with hints of a traditional cottage; all your needs are catered for with this elegantly styled open-plan living space sitting up to seven with a kitchen, diner and sitting area, drawing in natural light from generous windows and skylight, with the addition of the traditional wooden roof beams and an attractive woodburning stove. When mealtimes call, a spacious kitchen with all of the home-from-home amenities you will need aims to inspire you to create a masterpiece, and use the quirky wooden bench to serve up the perfect breakfast, if you need to relax after a long hike through the countryside, head over to the stylishly fitted sitting area, warming your evenings with a woodburning stove, or reclining in the peaceful separate sitting room fitted with a piano. A double bedroom allows for seaside views, whilst the twin room offers storage for all your belongings, as well as a refreshing basin, in keeping with the blue theme of the seafront, a final bedroom sleeps three on one single bed and a bunk bed, perfect for children. A crisply decorated bathroom allows for a relaxing soak, whilst a shower room offers a walk-in shower for a quicker refresh before heading out for dinner. Why not venture to the outdoor sitting area to take in the views whilst sipping your morning coffee? Despite its calm demeanour, the local and surrounding area of Shieldaig offers a rich variety of activities, be that watersports such as kayaking in the bay, along with other local activities at Shieldaig Outdoor Adventures to fuel your adventurous side and explore the wild coastline, or you can simply enjoy a family walk along the bay, stopping for a picnic where you can take in the fresh sea air. A short walk from the bay, you can lunch in one of the local cafes, bars and restaurants where you may be able to taste local produce, before stocking up on essentials at the local store, all within 0.2 miles. Close by you will find Applecross, another beautiful part of Scotland just waiting to be explored, with routes such as Beallach na Ba snaking down the mountainside, an impressive array of wildlife and varied terrain for all levels of hikers, be you just starting out for a gentle stroll, or looking for something more challenging, and the landscape here is sure to take your breath away. Soak up the beautiful scenery of Scotland with a stay at the stunning Tigh en Leigh, Shieldaig. EPC Rating: Band F EPC Rating: Band F Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200. View on map About the location SHIELDAIG Ullapool 60 miles Inverness 75 miles The village of Shieldaig is a scattering of largely whitewashed cottages and other buildings, set along the shore of Loch Torridon. Established around 1800, Shieldaig, the Gaelic name for Herring Bay, boasts lovely views and some of the nicest sunsets imaginable. Some of the original cottages still exist and have been joined by several more as the village expands. This area is a paradise for fishermen, hunters, walkers and photographers alike. Shieldaig comes complete with a small collection of tourist services, including a shop and a seafront hotel. Nearby Lochcarron is home to one of Scotland’s oldest 9 hole golf courses set beside the sea, as well the well known Lochcarron Weavers, where tartan is still woven. Other attractions within reach, include the Isle of Skye and the world famous National Trust gardens at Inverewe. Note: Though electricity is included in the rent, electric for charging cars is not included in the rental.