Nestling in a charming countryside location, with an elevated position overlooked by the spectacular hillside of Loch Duich, this traditional croft house lies peacefully, boasting a delightfully appointed interior.
The tranquil waters of the loch can be enjoyed from the front garden which gracefully accompanies the cottage on a steeped hill.
Wander up the path and into a homely set of rooms, to the left is the cosy lounge, sporting a lovely selection of seating and a heart-warming open fire.
The TV comes with a DVD player and games console for some light evening entertainment.
The dining room to the right of the hallway is a lovely spot to gather at mealtimes, there is also additional seating for you to relax take in the calming ambience.
From here the kitchen rests to the rear of the property in a corner of the room, amply equipped with modern appliances and neutrally designed to ease you into your stay.
The kitchen is also helpfully accompanied by a ground floor cloakroom.
A staircase takes you to the first floor which boasts a ‘coomed’ ceiling adding to the uplifting, characterful feel of the cottage.
The bathroom is brightly decorated with tiling around the bath, completed to a quality standard with luxurious wooden flooring.
Allow yourself to fully relax and enjoy a good nights' rest in one of two bedrooms, they both offer fabulous scenery out over the loch and rolling hillside with lovely furnishings completing the ensemble.
Although Letterfearn is a small and quaint village, it is set amongst some of the most breath-taking landscapes of the Scottish Highlands.
Explore the marvellous walking country surrounded by glorious wildlife or take a trip over to the Isle of Skye, with its Dunvegan Castle and gardens, Neist Point, the most westerly point of the island and even The Storr, a rocky hill on the Trotternish peninsula.
Glenelg is close by with is stunning highland back drop it is a magnificent place to enjoy watching local wildlife and be part of a great community.
Or why not visit Eilean Donan Castle, sitting proudly on its own island accessed by the original stone built bridge, enjoy the views of the surrounding atmospheric hills whilst enjoying a coffee and cake in its very own cafe it is possibly the most photographed castle in Scotland, just a little further along is the small former fishing village of Dornie just a short walk from the castle, on a well known road to the Isle of Skye you view Skye's spectacular bridge one of the many interesting places to visit making Dornie a great place for exploring.
There is much to be enjoyed with the whole family from this traditional cottage in a wonderful part of Scotland.